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Letter of 21 October 1955
21 October 1955
To Arthur Irwin1
Dear Bahá’í Brother:
The teaching of the Indians is of the utmost importance. Although much contact work has been done, yet the Red Indian believers are very few in number. The Guardian would be very happy indeed to see a large number of the Indian race become Bahá’ís, so that the Indians may be properly represented within the Faith.
He deeply appreciates your spirit of devotion, and assures you of his prayers for the abundant success of your labours for the Faith.
With warm Bahá’í greetings,
[From the Guardian:]
May the Beloved bless, guide and sustain you, and enable
Your true brother,
|1.||Arthur and Lily Ann Irwin—among the first believers who
to the establishment of the Bahá’í Faith in native communities.
Arthur passed away in 1994; see his obituary in The Bahá’í