English and European-language Books

English and other European-language books and printed material currently available (wherever possible, the PDFs provided are in a searchable format):


Barney, Laura Clifford. God’s Heroes. 1910  – A play based on the life of the Báb by an early American Bahá’í  (English)

Cheyne, Thomas Kelly. The Reconciliation of Races and Religions. 1914 – A book largely about the Bahá’í Faith by a distinguished British Biblical scholar

Dreyfus, Hippolyte. The Universal Religion: Bahaism – Its Rise and Social Import. 1909 – An introduction to the Bahá’í Faith by the first French Bahá’í  (English)

Hall, Parvine (Mrs Mary Basil Hall). Drama of the Kingdom. 1933 – A play by an early British Bahá’í  (English)

Herrick, Elizabeth. Unity Triumphant. 1923  – An introduction to the Bahá’í Faith by an early British Bahá’í  (English)

Nicolas, A.-L.-M. Massacres des Babis. 1936 – Accounts of various Bábí and Bahá’í persecutions in Iran (French)

Pinchon, Florence. The Coming of the Glory. 1928 – An introduction to the Bahá’í Faith by an early British Bahá’í (English)

Universal Principles of the Bahai Movement, 1912 – Excerpts from the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh and `Abdu’l-Bahá on the basic principles of the Baha’i Faith

Views of Acca, Haifa, Mt. Carmel and Other Places – Early photographs of the Holy Land and believers (English and Persian)


For citing these electronic edition: Sandy, UK: Afnan Library, 2017

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