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The Excellency of Mt. Carmel
|Author||George Napier Whittingham|
Title of item
| The Excellency of Mt. Carmel|
|Parent publication || The Home of Fadeless Splendour: The Diary of a Pilgrimage to Palestine|
Publisher of this ed.
|London: Hutchinson & Co.|
|Date of this edition|| 1921|
|Permission|| public domain|
|Typed|| 2012-09 by Bobbi Lyons|
|Posted|| 2012-09-30 by Jonah Winters|
|Classified in|| Book excerpts|
|Abstract|| Chapter 10, "The Excellency of Mt. Carmel," describes the author's visit to Haifa and gives an overview of the Baha'i Faith.|
|Notes|| This entire book is online in a variety of formats at archive.org. Also available as a Microsoft Word document. Another version of this book seems to have a slightly-expanded version of this section, and the pagination change 233-238.|
The original book included a full-page photograph of Abdu'l-Baha receiving the insignia of knighthood, which can be seen at archive.org.
Though the Table of Contents includes "Visit to Abdul Baha Abbas," p. 224 notes that "the opportunity did not arise."
This book has a foreword by, and is dedicated to, Wellesley Tudor Pole (1917).
|Tags|| Introductory; Mount Carmel|
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|Edit quality||high: carefully proofread and edited|
|Format quality||high: well formatted|
|2014-02-15 11:44 EST. See previous versions [archive.org].|| |
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