Maxwells of Montreal Vol. 2
Middle Years 1923–1937
Late Years 1937–1952
by Violette Nakhjavani and Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
Completing the story of the Maxwells, including the pilgrimages of May and Mary Maxwell in the early years of the Guardian's ministry; their contributions to the advancement of the Bahá'í Faith in Canada, the United States, France and Germany; the marriage of Mary Maxwell to Shoghi Effendi; and Sutherland Maxwell's crowning achievement as architect of the Shrine of the Báb.
Maxwells of Montreal Volume 1
Early Years 1870–1922
by Violette Nakhjavani
Beginning with their childhood years, this is the story of May Bolles and Sutherland Maxwell; their youth, their meeting and courtship in Paris; their marriage;their first pilgrimages; the birth of their daughter and the historic visit of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá to their home in Montreal in 1912.
MillyA Tribute to The Hand of the Cause of God Amelia E. Collins
by Abu’l-Qásim Faizí
Abu’l-Qásim Faizí, has made no attempt to give a biographical history of Amelia Collins. But it is against the setting of her high rank and her distinction as a Bahá’í that this moving tribute to her, as Mr Faizí came to know her in Haifa, must be read.
O My Brother!
by Madeline Hellaby
For William Hellaby, a Unitarian minister, acceptance of the Bahá'í Faith would bring loss of home and livelihood for a family with three young children. This thoughtful, challenging and touching account by Madeline Hellaby, relating how she and her husband investigated the Faith, is of interest not only to Christians but to anyone who is interested in the nature of moral decision-making.