Stories about 'Abdu'l-Bahá

A relaxing afternoon with ‘Abdu’l-Bahá

Agnes Parsons' Diary
August 7, 1912
Dublin, NH

Not having written for a few days I have been unable to recall details. Miss Rebecca Caldwell stopped for a little before 4 o’clock and we went down to the other house to take ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, by appointment, to motor. He asked us to come in, took us on the veranda and then gave us delicious tea, served by Siyyid Assad’ullah. Then we, with Dr. Fareed to translate, had a beautiful drive, going first in the direction of Jaffrey, turning off towards Petersboro, then up through Dublin on the right side of the lake to old Marlboro Road, then home through Kidder’s place.

We found the believers from the hotel, Miss Lamb, Mrs. Merritt, waiting. Mrs. Huidekoper was here, but as we were late, she couldn’t wait. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacVeagh came a little later. Talk as always delightful.