Looking back in Wonder, Philip Hainsworth, p197
Dear Bahá’í Brother,
Your letter of July 12th has been received by the beloved Guardian, and he has instructed me to answer you on his behalf.
He appreciates the difficulties with which you are faced, in trying to give your ideas to him from such an isolated point.
You should write your views to Mr Banání. If he finds the officials are proving difficult or hesitant, then the Guardian would urge that you make a special trip to Kampala, so that you can go with Mr Banání, and do your utmost to arrange for this permission.
The Guardian attaches great importance to this project. Any service you can perform in connection with it will be deeply valued by him.
With warm Bahà’i greetings,
May the Almighty bless, guide and sustain you always, aid you to extend the range of your meritorious services, and win great victories in the days to come.
Your true brother, Shoghi.
1955-08-13 to Philip Hainsworth re concerns about construction of Uganda Temple