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Dear Co-worker: Messages from Shoghi Effendi to the Benelux countries , pp106-7

Jeanne Boekhoudt, 13 January 1952

Dear Bahà’i Sister:

Your letter of October 18th, 1951, with enclosure, has been received, and the beloved Guardian has instructed me to answer you on his behalf.

He is most happy to hear of the success which attended the Conference, and that there are now seven believers in The Hague.

He sees no objection to your migrating to New Zealand if you can arrange to do so; and suggests that, if you do go out there, you try and settle in a place where your services are most useful to the Faith.

Pending your possible departure for New Zealand, he hopes that you will do all you can to assist in the establishment of a local assembly in The Hague; and assures you of his loving prayers for the success of your Bahai services. With warmest greetings, R. Rabbání

P.S. Mr. Maxwell is much better.

Assuring you of my loving prayers for your success in the service of our beloved Faith and its institutions. Your true brother; Shoghi

1952-01-13 to Jeanne Boekhoudt re poss pioneer to NZ

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