Amelia Collins, later named a Hand of the Cause of God (standing third from left), is pictured in Esslingen, Germany, 1933 with a Baha'i group that includes two pioneers to Bulgaria: Marion Jack (seated second from left) and Louisa Mathew Gregory (seated third from left).
Light shines through the door leading to the living quarters of 'Abdu'l-Baha in Marion Jack's 1908 painting of a scene at the House of 'Abdu'llah Pasha, Acre.
Baha'is who were later named Hands of the Cause of God are pictured at Eliot, Maine, United States, circa 1926, when Marion Jack (standing center in dark gown) was present. Those later elevated to the rank of Hand of the Cause include Mary Maxwell (later Madame Ruhiyyih Rabbani), seated second from the right; Paul Haney (partially obscured in back row to the right of man in eastern-style hat); Louis Gregory, standing second from right next to his wife, Louisa, who was the first Baha'i pioneer to Bulgaria. May Maxwell, a prominent Baha’i and mother of Mary Maxwell, stands at the left in dark gown with hands together. Physician and educator Dr. Susan Moody is seated to the left of Mary Maxwell. Stanwood Cobb, a Baha'i author, is wearing a suit and is standing near the left of the group.
Marion Jack, pictured in pre-war Germany.
Marion Jack, aged about 18.
Baha'is of Sofia, 1932. Marion Jack is seated fourth from left in the second row, next to Lina Benke, who, with her husband, George Adam Benke, is holding a photograph of 'Abdu'l-Baha. Two Baha'is in the front row are displaying a representation in calligraphy of Baha'ullah's name.
At the grave of George Adam Benke in 1932...Hand of the Cause of God Martha Root (1872-1939), right, Marion Jack (center), and an unknown mourner.
Resting place in Sofia of George Adam Benke (1878-1932), a Baha'i pioneer to Bulgaria.
Ornate sculptures in the dense vegetation on the way to the immaculate lawn cemetery where Marion Jack is buried.
"Immortal heroine.." An extract from the tribute to Marion Jack by Shoghi Effendi is inscribed on the headstone of her grave.
Painting by Marion Jack of the Shrine of Baha'u'llah, 1931.
"A place of visitation"....At the graveside in Sofia of Marion Jack, Baha'is pray for the progress of her soul.
Bouquets for a heroine... Stana Radoslavova, the chairman of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Bulgaria (right), and Melody Donnelly, a member of the Plovdiv Baha'i community, place flowers at the resting place of Baha'i pioneer Marion Jack.