New York: The New History Foundation, 1937. First edition thus. Hardcover. x, 126 pp., illustrated with 5 full-page plates from photographs; octavo, original black cloth with paper title label. Very slight rubbing to covers, else fine. Item #22746
Abdul Baha (1844-1921) was the eldest son of Baha'u'llah, who founded the Bahai faith in 1863. Abdul Baha was appointed by his father to succeed him and he was head of the Bahai from 1892-1921. Mirza Ahmad Sohrab was Abdul Baha's secretary from 1912 to 1919 and traveled with the Master from Palestine to Egypt and on to North America and Europe, recording his lessons and acting as his interpreter.