William McElwee Miller collection of Bābī writings, 1832-1919.

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Miller, William McElwee,. William McElwee Miller collection of Bābī writings, 1832-1919.

William McElwee Miller collection of Bābī writings, 1832-1919.

Consists of 46 bound volumes of Babi texts in Arabic and Persian composed or copied between 1832 and 1891 into a number series of 44 octavo and two quarto bound books. This collection was bought by Miller from Saʻid Khan Kurdistani (Dr. Saeed Khan). See the notes in William McElwee Miller papers, Box 4.

3 linear ft. (46 v.)

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Bāb, ʻAlī Muḥammad Shīrāzī, 1819-1850

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Princeton Islamic Manuscripts.

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Miller, William McElwee,

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William McElwee Miller (1892-1993) was a Presbyterian clergyman and missionary in Iran from 1919 to 1962, the author of two books on Bahaism and the translator of a third work. From the description of William McElwee Miller collection of Bābī writings, 1832-1919. (Peking University Library). WorldCat record id: 156029108 ...