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Tuesday, January 14, 2014
January 14th in Baha'i History
The Archives Building - Haifa, Israel
May Maxwell 1870: May Ellis Bolles, later known as May Maxwell, is born in Englewood, New Jersey. Click Here to read the story of May Maxwell's Seeing the Master for the First Time
Harry & Bahiyyah Ford
1954 – The Passing of Harry Ford, Pioneer to South Africa
Grieve at passing of devoted pioneer Harry Ford, whose death will enrich the spiritual development of foremost center of South Africa. Praying for progress of soul in the Kingdom. (Shoghi Effendi, Citadel of Faith, p. 163)
Click here to see a brief history of the Faith in South Africa
The House of ‘Abdu’lláh Páshá - White building in Center of the shot
Some of the most poignant, dramatic and historically significant events of the Heroic Age of the Bahá’í Faith are associated with the house of ‘Abdu’lláh Páshá, which derives its name from the Governor of ‘Akká who built it and used it as his official residence during his term of office, from 1820 to 1832. It stands just inside the north-western corner of the sea wall of ‘Akká, in the close neighborhood of the citadel where Bahá’u’lláh was confined.
Please click on the link above to get a fitting overview of the events that took place in this historic property.