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"Martha L. Root"

  1. My Visit to Temple University, by Martha L. Root, in Bahá'í Magazine, 22 (1931-09). On Martha Root's visit to Temple University in Philadelphia in 1931 to talk about the Bahá'í peace principles. Essays and short articles. [about]
  2. Táhirih's Message to the Modern World, by Martha L. Root, in Bahá'í World, Vol. 8 (1938-1940) (1941). Transcript of a radio address from Sunday April 21, 1940, telling the story of Ṭáhirih, describing her as the foremost woman of her generation known across Persia for her beauty, intelligence, and courage, who gave her life for the emancipation of women. Notable Talks. [about]
  3. Tahirih, The Pure, Iran's Greatest Woman, by Martha L. Root (1938). Life story of Tahirih, the "heroine" of the Faith of the Bab. Biographies. [about]
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