Researchers should also consult Record Group 360 for the William McElwee Miller and the Isabelle Haines Nicholson Miller missionary personnel files, cassette tape 599 (1-4) and transcript of interviews with Miller by Alan C. Thomson in 1979, cassette tape 616 of an interview with Miller by Robert Shuster of the Billy Graham Center in 1988, and the society's electronic catalog for Miller's library of books on the history of Christianity and mission work in Iran.
On 1 July 1881 Viscount Cardwell's wholesale reorganisation of the British Army brought into existence Priness Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Both had existed as separate regiments even before their official incorporation into the British Army and on the face of it, this seemed a highly improbable union, Being separated both geographically and historically - they had never even served together in the same theatre. Yet, as history has shown, this unlikely combination proved to be a tremendous success. William McElwee tells the story of this most famous of regiments which has served with distinction in World War I (1914-1918), World War II (1939-1945), and beyond.
I did an Excite search on "William McElwee Miller" and turned up 54 hits. If one looks only at references to his books, and ignores all the Baha'i sites as well, hits more than any other, and about as often as and combined. Doesn't seem unbalanced when that is what he's principally known for.
William McElwee Miller Collection of Bābī Writings and Other Iranian Texts; 1846-1923, Manuscripts Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
|Great pipes. Photograph by William McElwee 1998-05-25|