Read: John Henry Wilcott

Formatted by William K. Walker for posting at Mirrored from with permission of both author and editor.

Ed. note: I've disturbed Mr. Drong's text as little as possible, with one exception: I broke the original article into sections and created a table of contents. This does not imply any lack of diligence on Mr. Drong's part. I just needed to divide the text into a series of smaller web pages that were manageable for people with slow Internet connections. -W.K.W.

Copyright © 1998

                 Table of Contents
        Part 1: Early Years
               "`Abdu'l-Bahá says little about destiny,
               but teaches much about will."
        Part 2: Montana and Marriage
               "A man can be a Bahá'í much easier when
               he understands all of God's work."
        Part 3: Faith and Hard Times
               "Now, dear Sister, you know
               times are very bad."
        Part 4: Insight
               " upright man who had a
               meaningful insight into the world."
        Bibliography and Acknowledgements

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