Stories about 'Abdu'l-Bahá

‘Abdu’l-Bahá visited William Jennings Bryn who later became the forty-first Secretary of State of the United States

Mahmud's Diary
September 21, 1912
Omaha, NE

Abdu’l-Bahá had soup prepared especially for Him for lunch. The Master instructed us to have lunch at the hotel. In the afternoon after tea, the Master left for Lincoln to visit Mr. [William Jennings] Bryan, the [future] Secretary of State of the United States, and said:

During Mr. and Mrs. Bryan’s last visit to Haifa, we were, while in ‘Akka, in great danger, and the enemies were rebellious and increasingly perverse in those last days, thus he was unable to see us. So now we are going to see him.