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Letter of 3 May 1938
To Siegfried Schopflocher1
Dear Mr. Schopflocher,
He has noted with deep satisfaction in your last letter that the sum which you had pledged to contribute to the National Fund has been fully paid, and he has every hope now that, as a result of your most generous donation, the National Spiritual Assembly will be in a position to meet its financial obligations with regard to the Temple, and that the ornamentation work on that beautiful Edifice will henceforth progress without the least interruption.
The Guardian is also pleased to hear of the remarkable results Lorol2 is obtaining during her teaching travels to various parts of the States, and particularly in California. Her great zeal, and the talents she is displaying in the teaching field are indeed assets to the teaching force in America, which the friends cannot but value and fully utilize.
With loving remembrances and all good wishes to her and to your dear self,
Yours sincerely in His service,
[From the Guardian:]
I cannot refrain from adding a few words in order to assure you of my special, most loving, and fervent prayers for you, that in the course of this year and those following your services will acquire still greater prominence, effectiveness, and wider range, and thus ennoble the unique record that will ever remain associated with your name in the annals of the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh.
Your true and gratified brother,
|1.||Siegfried Schopflocher—known as the “Temple Builder” because of his great contributions to the completion of the first Mashriqu’l-Adhkár of the West, appointed a Hand of the Cause of God in 1952, died in Montreal in 1953. For a review of his “numerous, magnificent services” see The Bahá’í World Vol. XII, 664–666, In Memoriam. [ Back To Reference]|
|2.||Florence Evaline (Lorol/Kitty) Schopflocher—an early Montreal
believer who travelled to 86 countries on behalf of the Cause. Her
life and travels are described in The Bahá’í World |