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Archivist

I have always loved history but as I was not interested in teaching I became an archivist at the National Bahá’í Archives, United States. But I ended up also doing my own research in American Bahá’í History and have published in World Order and the ABS Journal several articles and book reviews. I found myself on the first Wilmette Institute Board and helped to start the Wilmette Institute archives course to help train Bahá’ís working in local and national Bahá’í Archives.

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