Remey, Charles Mason, 1874-1974
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Pictorial Ownership 98x100 mm FROM THE ARCHITECTURAL BOOKS OF CHARLES MASON REMEY. Image of the Baha'i temple, within a circular frame containing 9 roundels with other famous buildings. Remey was an architect who espoused the Baha'i faith, and was commissioned in 1899 to design the Baha'i temple on Mount Carmel. During his life he was one of the most important and influential figures associated with Baha'i.
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