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Outposts of a World Religion by a Bahá'í Traveler

AuthorLoulie Mathews
Title of item
Outposts of a World Religion by a Bahá'í Traveler
Subtitle of item
Journeys Taken in 1933-1935, Accompanied by Edward R. Mathews
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Date of this edition n.d.
Permission Fair use (see notes on copyright)
Scanned 2004-11-07 by Richard Stamats
Posted 2004-11-23 by Richard Stamats
Formatted 2004-11 by Richard Stamats
Classified in Historical documents
Abstract Autobiography of trips to New Zealand, New Guinea, Australia, Hawaii, and South America teaching the Faith.
Notes The original document is part of the Archives of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Loulie A. Mathews, author of Not Every Sea Hath Pearls, lived north of Colorado Springs at Temerity Ranch in Pine Valley where the Bahá'í International School was hosted.

This document in its original form is 30 pages of which 28 are typewriter set text and 2 front pages are type set. No copyright or publication dates are included.

Tags E. R. Mathews; Loulie A. Mathews (Loulie Mathews); Travel teaching
Locations New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Australia; Hawaii; South America
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