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Bahá'ísm Today

AuthorWilhelmina Bain
Title of item
Bahá'ísm Today
Parent publication   The Otago Witness
City of this publication
Dunedin, NZ
Date of this edition 1913-08
Permission public domain
Scanned 2013-05 by Mike Thomas
Posted 2013-05-29 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Newspaper articles
Abstract Short, early overview of the Bahá'í Faith, among the first published in New Zealand.
Notes Wilhelmina Bain, an early feminist and peace advocate, was interested in the Bahá’í Faith in the early years of the twentieth century; see wilhelmina_bain_biography. She received a tablet from ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and published a significant article in The Otago Witness in late 1908. In 1913 she published the following articles in the same newspaper, spread over two issues. These articles were located in the Turnbull Library microfilm section in 2013. They were published within weeks of Margaret Stevenson’s (the first New Zealand Bahá’í) meeting with Dorothea Spinney, in August 1913.
Tags Newspaper articles
Locations New Zealand
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