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C. M. R
Mason Remey, Charles
R, C. M.
Remey, C. W.
Remey, Charles M.
Remey, Charles Mason
Abbott, Jacob (1803-1879)
ʻAbd ul-Bahā ibn Bahā Ullāh, 1844 (1921)
Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)
Lincoln Collection (Library of Congress)
Lincoln, Robert Todd (1843-1926)
Marangella, Joel Bray (1918-)
Mason, Charles (1804-1882)
Remey, George Collier (1841-1928)
Remey, Mary Josephine Mason (1845-1938)
Architectural compositions in the Indian style; designs for temples and shrines
Architectural design for El Mashriquʾl [sic]-Adhkár (the Baháʾí Temple) to be built upon Mount Carmel in the Holy Land.
Bahá'í movement. -, The
Bahá'í revelation and reconstruction. -, The
Bahai movement; a series of nineteen papers upon the Bahai movement, The
Bahai movement for universal religion, brotherhood and peace; a sketch of its history and teaching, The
Bahai revelation and reconstruction; a general brief treatise upon the history and the spiritual, social and economic principles of the religious movement, with special regard to the application of these principles to, and there [sic] influence on, the coming peace of nations and the tranquillity and welfare of humanity, The
Bahai teaching; quotations from the Bahai sacred writings and several articles upon the history and aims of the teaching
Charles Mason Remey family papers
comprehensive history of the Bahá'í movement. -, A
Constructive principles of the Bahá'í movement. -
Constructive principles of the Bahai movement; a summary of the history, object and institutions of the Bahai religious teachings
covenant ..., The
Daily observations of the Baha'i faith : made to the Hands of the Faith in the Holy Land
Five preliminary architectural sketches for the temple of the Mashrak-el-Azkar, which the followers of the Bahai movement are to build upon the shore of Lake Michigan at Chicago
History of Hannibal, the Carthaginian
History of King Alfred of England
History of King Charles the Second of England
History of Madame Roland
History of Pyrrhus
History of William the Conqueror
Houses in which the Remey family, their forebears, and their children have lived.
Illustrated description of a design in the Persian-Indian style of architecture for the first Mashrak-el-Azkar (Bahai temple) to be erected in America.
Indian style of architecture, a brief sketch of its history and development, with a design for a temple, The
Life and letters of Charles Mason, Chief Justice of Iowa, 1804-1882;
Life and letters of Mary Josephine Mason Remey, wife of Rear Admiral George Collier Remey, daughter of Chief Justice Charles Mason, 1845-1938;
Life and letters of Rear Admiral George Collier Remey, United States Navy, 1841-1928;
Mashrak-el-Azkar, descriptive of the Bahai temple and illustrative of an exhibition of preliminary designs for the first Mashrak-el-Azkar to be built in America, showing nine varying treatments in different styles of architecture.
national church and shrine of the United States of America, The : to be built in the city of Washington ...
national church and shrine of the United States of America to be built in the city of Washington, The : the general design of the edifice, the organization of the foundation, outline of the plan of the work: a call to the builders, endowers and founders
neue Zeitalter Die Bahai-Offenbarung, Das
new day; the Bahai revelation, a brief statement of its history and teaching, The
nonagonal temple in the Indian style of architecture, A : explained by reproductions of drawings and illustrations of a model supplemented by a written description and a brief introductory treatise upon the Moslem architecture of India
Notification of the appointment of Mason Remey Guardian of the Baha'i faith by the late Guardian of the Faith ... Shoghi Effendi Rabbani : sent to the Government of Israel ... from Washington D.C., U.S.A., 15 May 1960.
Observations of a Bahai traveller, 1908.
Proclamation to the Bahá'ís of the World
Prospectus; a series of five lectures upon the universal religious and social principles of the Bahai movement.
record of the service of the U.S.S. Remey from documents assembled by Charles Mason Remey., A
Remēum, The ; place of commemoration and sepulture of the family of Rear Admiral George Collier Remey, United States Navy, and his wife Mary Josephine Mason, their descendants, forbears & friends.
Remey family of the United States of America, 1654-1957., The
Reminiscencent [sic] of Colonel William Butler Remey, United States Marine Corps, 1842-1894, and Lieutenant Edward Wallace Remey, United States Navy.
Reminiscences of his boyhood; life at the United States Navy Yard, Washington, D. C., 1884-1886
Reminiscences of his childhood, 1874-1884
Reminiscences of the summer school Green-Acre, Eliot, Maine; of seasons there, of happenings there, and some of the people who went there and the things they did.
series of twelve articles introductory to the study of the Bahá'í teachings, treating briefly of the revelation of Bahá'u'lláh, history, organization, religious and secular doctrines and institutions., A
series of twelve of the preliminary architectural designs for a mausoleum for the Remey family., A
Seven articles upon the Bahai religious movement ...
Suggestions for the arrangement of a bibliography and reference indexes of the Bahá'í teachings, with practical explanations of how to build up Bahá 'í index systems
Through warring countries to the mountain of God; an account of some of the experiences of two American Bahais in France, England, Germany, and other countries, on their way to visit Abdul Baha in the Holy Land, in the year 1914.
Universal Consciousness of the Bahá'í revelation, The : a brief treatise introductory to the study of the Bahá'í religion the object of which is the attainment of the Universal Consciousness by all human kind through the spiritual oneness of the people of all religions, races, nations and classes
wardrobe of Gertrude Heim Remey, 1888-1932, placed in the Museum of Textiles and Clothing in the New York State College of Home Economics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, The
world order of Baháʾuʾlláh continues to unfold, The