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The daughter of American painter George de Forest Brush relates her many adventures, which took her from her Parisian birthplace to New England via Italy, with side trips to the Holy Land and war-ravaged Germany. Along the way she would tragically lose her first husband and a stepson, meet ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, receive a commission from the Guardian, and count dozens of noted believers among her acquaintances. Enriched by a selection of her own artistic work and letters to her and her family from those who knew and loved her, this memoir is an engaging snapshot of the American Bahá’í community in the 20th century and of life and travel in those times.