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|1955. 15 Aug
||The passing of Mabel Hyde Paine (b. 7 December 1877 in Rockville, CT, d. 15 August 1955 in Urbana, IL). She was buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Urbana. [Find a Grave]
Mabel Paine was a Bahá'í teacher and an author. She is remembered as the compiler of The Divine Art of Living that was first published by the Bahá'í Publishing Committee in Chicago in 1944 and saw numerous reprints and revisions until the four revisions. It is still in publication. [BEL 4.114 - 4.117]
See also Paine, Mable Hyde; Obituary by Garrett Busey.
|Rockville, CT; Urbana, IL
||In Memoriam; Mabel Hyde Paine
|1977. 16 Aug
||The passing of Annamarie Honnold (b. 23 December 1914 in Urbana, Illinois) in Kennet Square, PA, USA. She was an American Bahá'í author, teacher and United Nations representative. Her mother became a Bahá'í a year after her birth and in 1921 the parents and their two daughters, Annamarie and Margaret Rosa, went on pilgrimage and met 'Abdu'l-Bahá.
Her publications were:
1982 - Vignettes from the Life of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
1986 - Divine Therapy: Pearls of Wisdom from the Bahá'í Writings
1994 - Why They Became Bahá'ís: First Generation Bahá'ís By 1963
In 1972 she published Glimpses of Early Bahá'í Pilgrimages, a discussion of early pilgrimages based on the resulting pilgrim's notes. Includes text from a variety of memoirs.
|Urbana, IL; Kennett Square; Pennsylvania; United States
||In Memoriam; Annamarie Honnold
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- Paine, Mabel Hyde: Obituary, by Garreta Busey, in Bahá'í News, 583 (1979-10). Paine (1877-1955) was an American Bahá’í teacher and author. [about]
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