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An Uncommon Canadian

Following the turmoil of the Great Depression and the Second World War, and the early development of the Bahá'i Faith in Canada, came a story of a man of humble beginnings who with his own trials and testings and an indominatable spirit, emerged as one of the foremost Canadian Bahá'i servants of his time.
In the words of the Universal House of Justice, Fred Graham became a "devoted servant," an "inspiring teacher" and an "exemplary believer".