Madina Baha'i Rodney Kelep outside the local Baha'i institute. Inside, the ceiling is covered with nine pointed stars made from seashells, and each window's upper frame is carved with traditional motifs.
Six members of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Papua New Guinea at the Baha'i International Convention, Haifa, Israel, 1998.
Eight members of the first National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Papua New Guinea, 1969.
A group of Baha'is including the members of the first Local Spiritual Assembly of Madina.
Rodney Hancock at the jubilee celebrations in Papua New Guinea, 2004.
Rodney Hancock, on a trip to Australia from Papua New Guinea, 1956.
First local all-girl Baha'i teaching team in Papua New Guinea. (Left to right) Jenny Homerang (New Ireland), Thelma Lundeng (New Ireland), Rose Elias (New Ireland), Lingling Hosea (Kimbe), and Poigo Willie (Kimbe). July 1982.
A Baha'i children's class in Daga Compound, Alotau Milne Bay Province, 1986.
Papua New Guinean Baha'is Kairi Api and his wife, Kivau (center), with family members at Mapaio, 1984.
Baha'is with a banner for a Baha'i gathering in the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea, 1993.
Madame Ruhiyyih Rabbani, a Hand of the Cause, and Violette Nakhjavani with a Baha'i who hosted them at Aumu village, 12 July 1984.
Local Baha'is meet with Sirus Naraqi (left, rear), a member of the Continental Board of Counsellors for Australasia, at their village in Papua New Guinea.
Apelis Mazakmat, the first Papua New Guinean to become a Baha'i.
Violet Hoehnke with children in Papua New Guinea, 1954.
Tamun Kosep, a traditional chief and treasurer of the first Local Spiritual Assembly of Madina, (center), flanked by Rodney Hancock (left), and Jalal Mills, with other Baha'is at the jubilee festivities.