|A booklet about the two visits of 'Abdu'l-Baha to Bristol, 1911 & 1913.
Researchers: Carole Huxtable Lulham & Siva Kalappadi
The authors of this research first met at a Bahá’í Summer School in Somerset, England, in 1997 – at that time, Siva, a mature student from Singapore, was studying in Bristol, and Carole was living in Torquay, and had spent her entire Bahá’í life in the West country.
During a visit to Bristol later that year, they walked along Royal York Crescent in Clifton, where ‘Abdu’l-Bahá had stayed on both visits, as a guest of Wellesley Tudor-Pole, in his Clifton Guest House at numbers 16 & 17 Royal York Crescent.
Later conversations made them realise that there was not a comprehensive account of these visits. They agreed to start researching, so that a complete record could be made available in one publication.