|05-09-2015, 08:22 AM||#1|
Joined: Apr 2011
Prelude to the Guardianship
On Feb. 17th 1921 Shoghi Effendi wrote to Dr. Esslemont about the paper he planned to share on the Baha'i Faith at the Oxford University Asiatic Society. Part of it says:
"They have now written to Prof. Browne & presumably they have intimated to him the nature of the subject & the name of the speaker. I presume he will be present but notwithstanding the attitude he will probably take in the discussion I have decided not to modify the tone of my speech & have preserved my quotations of his account when he visited Baha'u'llah in Acre."So was Browne present for this talk? Also, did Browne and Shoghi Effendi ever correspond?