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  1. Eshraghieh and Mahmoud Rabbani Collection, by Bosch Bahá'í School library (1998). Arabic and Persian books, tablets, and manuscripts held at the Bosch Baha'i School library. [about]
  2. I Daniel: index, by Bruce Limber (1999). An index to the contents of Robert Riggs' book I, Daniel. [about]
  3. Index to Ad'iyyih-i-Hadrat-i-Mahbúb (1994). Index of the contents of an Arabic and Persian Baha'i collection of prayers and scripture. [about]
  4. Indexes of Books, and Miscellaneous Sections of the Writings Not Yet Included Elsewhere Online, by Brett Zamir (2005). All of the published Sacred Writings are available online, but these items are usually scanned without inclusion of indexes, reference tables, and other content. This is a list of links to them [about]
  5. Indexes of Tablet names, diacritics, and transliteration: Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, by Adib Taherzadeh, in Revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, Volumes 1-4 (1982). Indexes only, useful for (1) referencing the diacritics and transliteration of Tablet names, and (2) knowing in which books Taherzadeh discusses which tablets. [about]
  6. Indexes to Bahá'í World volumes: Obituaries, chronologies, contents, illustrations, in Bahá'í World (2013). Seven separate indexes for Bahá'í World, in PDF, Word, and Excel versions. [about]
  7. Leiden List: Bibliography to the Tablets of Bahá'u'lláh, by Sen McGlinn (2009). [about]
  8. Loom of Reality: A Partial Inventory of the Works of the Central Figures of the Bahá'í Faith (2020). A catalog of almost 25,000 works attributed to the Báb, Bahá’u’lláh, or Abdu’l-Bahá, which are accessible to the public either in published form, in manuscripts held in archives, or in digital images, texts and translations found on the Internet. [about]
  9. Major Themes of the Creative Word: Series of Books for Deepening and Studying, by Melanie Smith and Paul Lample (1987). Five activity books "designed to draw the student into a study of the profound concepts found in the Bahá’í Revelation." Youth Can Move the World, The Significance of Bahá’u’lláh’s Revelation, Spiritual Conquest of the Planet, The Covenant, etc. [about]
  10. Obituary: James Heggie, by Graham Hassall, in Bahá'í Studies Review, 9 (1999). [about]
  11. Organizing Digital Collections: The Case of the Baha'i Academics Resource Library, by Dharlene Valeda (2001). Library Science analysis of the Baha'i Library's content and architecture, observations about online information retrieval, and ways to structure digital libraries. [about]
  12. Persian/Arabic Bahá'í Books in the Library of Ahang Rabbani (1999). Private library of Persian and Arabic sacred writings and other Baha'i-related material. [about]
  13. Searchable online catalogues for US National Bahá'í Library and Louhelen Library, by Roger M. Dahl and Lewis Walker (2014). Overview of and links to online catalogues for two American Baha'i archives. [about]
  14. Star of the West Volume 1, in Star of the West, Vol. 1 (English text only). [about]
  15. Thief in the Night: Index. Older, alternate index to the one provided in the newer digital versions of this book. This copy is one Sears himself would sometimes share with people. [about]
  16. Topical Index of Articles, Editorials, and Reviews Published in World Order (2014). Listing of articles from issues 1 through 38, 1966-2007, organized by topic. [about]
 
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