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  1. Account of How I Became a Bahá'í and My Stays in Paris in 1901 and 1937, An: Written at the Request of Mrs. Laura Dreyfus-Barney, by Agnes Baldwin Alexander (1958). Alexander's account of her acceptance of the Bahá'í teachings in Rome in 1900 and subsequent meetings with the Bahá'í group in Paris. Biographies. [about]
  2. History of the Bahá'í Faith in Japan 1914-1938, by Agnes Baldwin Alexander (1977). An account of the Bahá'í Cause in Japan, China, Korea, and the Hawaiian Islands, prepared by request of the Guardian. Books. [about]
  3. Lango: Language Organization, by Antony Alexander and Robert Craig (1996). Lango (Language Organization) is an attempt to simplify English to serve as an international language. Books. [about]
  4. Modern Wayfarer in Persia, A, by Constance M. Alexander (1931). Two-page overview of Bábí history, and passing mention of the Bahá'ís in Tabriz. Book excerpts. [about]
  5. Notes of Shoghi Effendi's Words, by Agnes Baldwin Alexander (1937-05-12). Notes from the dinner table in Haifa, May 11 1937, taken before Alexander's departure the following day. Pilgrims' notes. [about]
  6. Notes on the Annual Bahá'í Convention, by Agnes Baldwin Alexander (1949-04-28). [needs abstract] Research notes. [about]
  7. Notes Taken in the Presence of Shoghi Effendi, by Agnes Baldwin Alexander (1937). Notes from a pilgrimage in spring, 1937. Two editions of the notes are presented in parallel. Pilgrims' notes. [about]
  8. Significance of the Four Year Plan, The, by Andrew Alexander, in Solas, 4 (2004). A look at the central documents of the 4 Year Plan (1996-2000) and their relevance to the new century. Understanding these International Plans helps the Bahá'í community evolve and expand. Includes overview of the role of these Plans in Bahá'í history. Published Articles. [about]
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