Alain Locke: Faith and Philosophy



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381 Lewis, When Harlem Was in Vogue, 90.

382 Marcia A. Smith, Black America, A Photographic Journey: Past to Present (San Diego: Thunder Bay Press, 2002): 165

383 Lewis, When Harlem Was in Vogue, 93.

384 Qtd. in Mark Helbling, “Alain Locke: Ambivalence and Hope,” Phylon 40.3 (1979): 291, citing Opportunity 2 (May 1924): 143.

385 Lewis, When Harlem Was in Vogue, 93–4.

386 Lewis, When Harlem Was in Vogue, 94–5.

387 Jeffery Stewart, qtd. by Sheila Folliott, “The Renaissance.” Online: .

388 Helbling, “Alain Locke: Ambivalence and Hope,” 299.

389 Christopher Buck, “Alain Locke.” American Writers Supplement XIII. Edited by Jay Parini. Farmington Hills, MI: Scribers Reference/The Gale Group, forthcoming (2004).

390 David Levering Lewis, When Harlem Was in Vogue (New York: Penguin, 1998), xxviii.

391 Jeffery Stewarrt, qtd. by Sheila Folliott, “The Renaissance.” Online: .

392 Jeffery Stewarrt, qtd. by Sheila Folliott, “The Renaissance.” Online: .

393 Jeffery Stewart. Qtd. in PBS Online News Hour Online Forum, 20 February 1998, “Harlem Renaissance: An exhibit in San Francisco explores the artistic and cultural legacies of the 1920s and 30s.” Online: .

394 Jeffery Stewarrt, qtd. by Sheila Folliott, “The Renaissance.” Online: .

395 Molesworth, “Alain Locke and Walt Whitman,” 176.

396 Johnny Washington, Alain Locke and Philosophy: A Quest for Cultural Pluralism (New York: Greenwood Press, 1986), xxv.

397 Fraser, “Another Pragmatism,” 16.

398 Posnock, Color and Culture, 198.

399 “Official List of Believers of Washington, D.C. As passed by the Spiritual Assembly. September 1925.” NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

400 Stockman, “The Bahá’í Faith in America: One Hundred Years,” 14.

401 “The Seventeenth Annual Convention and Baha’i Congress,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 6 (1925): 2.

402 “The Seventeenth Annual Convention and Baha’i Congress,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 6 (1925): 3.

403 Morrison, To Move the World, 155.

404 Morrison, To Move the World, 155.

405 Morrison, To Move the World, 156.

406 Morrison, To Move the World, 156.

407 Holley to Parsons, 9 Aug. 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 169.

408 Holley to Parsons, 9 Aug. 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 169.

409 Parsons to Holley, 13 Aug. 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 169–70.

410 Holley to Parsons, 19 Aug. 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 170.

411 Parsons to Holley, 21 August 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 170–71.

412 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6.

413 Gregory to Parsons, 24 Oct. 1925, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

414 Southern Regional Teaching Committee (Louise D. Boyle, Agnes Parsons, Louis Gregory), “Report of the Southern Regional Teaching Committee” (15 April 1926), 74. Courtesy of Gayle Morrison, e-mail communication, 17 Oct. 2002.

415 Morrison, To Move the World, 151.

416 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6.

417 Gregory to Parsons, 13 Feb. 1926, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

418 Holley to Locke, 28 January 1926, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

419 Holley to Locke, 17 August 1926, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

420 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6. Cf. Morrison, To Move the World, 151, who states that this tour occurred in 1925.

421 Holley to Locke, 28 January 1926, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace). In a later letter, it is clear that this trip must have taken place prior to August, as Locke was in Paris at that time. Holley to Locke, 17 August 1926, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

422 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6–7.

423 Robert Stockman, The Bahá’í Faith in America: Early Expansion 1900–1912 (Oxford: George Ronald, 1995), Appendix One: “Evolution of the Term ma˙fil-i-raw˙ání in the Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, 394–96.

424 Office of the Secretary Records, National Bahá’í Convention Files, Box 4. Courtesy Gayle Morrison. e-mail communication, 11 Oct. 2002.

425 Gayle Morrison, e-mail communication, 11 Oct. 2002.

426 Southern Regional Teaching Committee (Louise D. Boyle, Agnes Parsons, Louis Gregory), “Report of the Southern Regional Teaching Committee” (15 April 1926), 73-74.

427 Southern Regional Teaching Committee (Louise D. Boyle, Agnes Parsons, Louis Gregory), “Report of the Southern Regional Teaching Committee” (15 April 1926), 73–74.

428 Southern Regional Teaching Committee (Louise D. Boyle, Agnes Parsons, Louis Gregory), “Report of the Southern Regional Teaching Committee” (15 April 1926), 74.

429 Morrison, To Move the World, 320–21.

430 Alain Locke, “The Negro Poets of the United States,” Anthology of Magazine Verse 1926 and Yearbook of American Poetry. Sesquicentennial edition. Ed. William S. Braithwaite Boston: B.J. Brimmer, 1926): 143. In The Critical Temper of Alain Locke: A Selection of His Essays on Art and Culture. Ed. Jeffrey C. Stewart (New York and London: Garland, 1983), 43.

431 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6. See also Louis Gregory, “Eighteenth Annual Convention of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 12 (June–July 1926): 4.

432 Morrison, To Move the World, 124. See entry in index on 387, which says that Louis Gregory “helps form first Spiritual Assembly in South.”

433 Southern Regional Teaching Committee (Louise D. Boyle, Agnes Parsons, Louis Gregory), “Report of the Southern Regional Teaching Committee” (15 April 1926), 73.

434 Alaine [sic] Locke, “Impressions of Haifa,” in Bahá’í Year Book, Volume One, April 1925–April 1926, comp. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada (New York: Bahá’í Publishing Committee, 1926) 81, 83. Morrison, To Move the World, 151 and 343, n. 18. Holley to Locke, 29 December 1925; Holley to Locke, 28 January 1926, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace). “Impressions of Haifa” was first published in Star of the West 15, 13–14.

435 From a letter dated 12 March 1926 written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi to the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada Publishing Committee, “References to Dr. Alain Locke in Letters Written on Behalf of Shoghi Effendi,” Attachment, The Universal House of Justice to Buck, 16 July 2001.

436 Morrison, To Move the World, 164.

437 Morrison, To Move the World, 164.

438 Qtd. by Morrison, To Move the World, 164–65 and 345, n. 1, citing National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States [Horace Holley, secy.] to Parsons et al, 13 November 1926, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA.

439 Alain Locke and Montgomery Davis, eds. (1927). Plays of Negro Life: A Source-Book of Native American Drama. New York and Evanston: Harper and Row, 1927. “Decorations and Illustrations by Aaron Douglas.”

440 Du Bois to Moorland, 5 May 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-26, Folder 8 (Du Bois, W. E. B. 1921–1929).

441 Harris, Philosophy of Alain Locke, 296–97, who gives the year 1928 rather than 1927.

442 Louis Gregory to Holley [National Spiritual Assembly], 28 Dec. 1926, Interracial Committee Correspondence, Office of the Secretary, National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada Records, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 165 and 345, n. 2.

443 Special Committee on Racial Amity to National Spiritual Assembly, 8 Jan. 1927, Interracial Committee Corespondence, NBA. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 165.

444 “National Committee on Race Amity Appointed,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 16 (March 1927): 5; “Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly 1927–1928,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 19 (August 1927): 4. Morrison, To Move the World, 166 and 346, n. 4. Morrison to author, e-mail dated 19 June 2002.

445 Gregory to Parsons, 10 July 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

446 Morrison, To Move the World, 159–62.

447 Morrison, To Move the World, 183.

448 Louis Gregory to Holley [National Spiritual Assembly], 28 Dec. 1926. Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 165.

449 Morrison, To Move the World, 167–68.

450 Morrison, To Move the World, 176–77.

451 Morrison, To Move the World, 176.

452 Parsons to Holley, 2 February 1927, Boyle to Holley, 1 February1927, quoted in Morrison, To Move the World, 168–69.

453 Qtd. by Morrison, To Move the World, 168.

454 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA. Excerpts published in “Inter–Racial Amity Conferences,” Baha’i News Letter, no. 22 (March 1928). Qtd. in Morrison, To Move the World, 172.

455 Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, The Oneness of Mankind: Teachings Compiled from the Utterances of Bahá’u’’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, comp. Mariam Haney and Louis G. Gregory (New York: Bahá’í Publishing Committee, n.d.). Cited by Morrison, To Move the World, 173 and 346–47, n. 18.

456 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

457 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

458 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

459 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

460 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

461 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 2.

462 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 3.

463 National Committee on Inter–Racial Unity, Gregory, secy., to National Spiritual Assembly and all Local Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada, 23 February 1927, Inter-Racial Committee Correspondence, NBA, 3.

464 Shoghi Effendi to the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States and Canada, 12 April 1927. Originally published in “Letters from Shoghi Effendi,” Baha’i News Letter, no. 18 (June 1927): 7–8. Reprinted in Shoghi Effendi, Bahá’í Administration: Selected Messages 1922–1932. 7th rev. ed. (Wilmette, IL: Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1974), 129. Qtd. by Morrison, To Move the World, 173 and 347, n. 20.

465 Morrison, To Move the World, 173.

466 Morrison, To Move the World, 165.

467 Holley to Locke, 17 March 1927; Holley to Locke, 20 March 1927; Holley to Locke, 30 March 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace); and Box 164-112, Folder 21 (“Cultural Reciprocity”).

468 Holley to Locke, 17 March 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace); and Box 164-112, Folder 21 (“Cultural Reciprocity”).

469 Holley to Locke, 20 March 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

470 Holley to Locke, 30 March 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

471 Holley to Locke, 20 April 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

472 Holley to Locke, 20 April 1927; Holley to Locke, 16 June 1927; Holley to Locke, 13 February 1930, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

473 “Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly 1927–1928,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 19 (August 1927): 4; Bahá’í Archives of Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Ms. Anita Chapman.

474 Gregory to Parsons, 10 July 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

475 Morrison to author, e-mail dated 19 June 2002.

476 Morrison, To Move the World, 182.

477 Wilhelm to Locke, 14 June 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-93, Folder 9 (Wilhelm, Roy C.)

478 Wilhelm to Locke, 14 June 1927, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-93, Folder 9 (Wilhelm, Roy C.)

479 Gregory to Parsons, 7 Sept. 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

480 “News of the Cause,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 10 (Feb. 1926): 6.

481 Program, Bahá’í Archives of Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Ms. Anita Chapman.

482 Gregory to Parsons, 1 October 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

483 Morrison, To Move the World, 181.

484 Alain Locke, “A Bahá’í Inter-Racial Conference,” The Bahá’í Magazine (Star of the West) 18.10 (January 1928): 315–16.

485 Gregory to Parsons, 1 Oct. 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

486 Deb Clark, “The Bahá’ís of Baltimore, 1898–1990,” Community Histories. Ed. Richard Hollinger. Studies in the Bábí and Bahá’í Religions, vol. 6 (Los Angeles: Kalimát Press, 1992), 130 and 148, n. 78.

487 Alain Locke, “The High Cost of Prejudice,” Forum 78 (Dec. 1927): 505. Qtd. in Ernest D. Mason, “Alain Locke on Race and Race Relations,” Phylon 40.4 (1979): 342–50.

488 This apocryphal account is included here to assure the reader of the integrity of the research conducted for this book, even if that research brings to light unexpected or undesirable results.

489 Harris, The Philosophy of Alain Locke, 296.

490 Harvey, “The Philosophical Anthropology of Alain Locke,” 21.

491 Alaine [sic] Locke, “Impressions of Haifa,” in The Bahá’í World: A Biennial International Record, Volume II, April 1926–April 1928, comp. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada (New York: Bahá’í Publishing Committee, 1928; reprint, Wilmette: Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1980), 125, 127. Original manuscript in Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-115, Folder 29 (“Impressions of Haifa” [typescript]).

492 “Washington, D.C.” for 1928–1929. NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

493 Gregory to Parsons, 28 December 1927, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

494 Gregory to Parsons, 23 January 1928, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

495 Gregory to Parsons, 29 July 1928, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

496 Gregory to Parsons, 15 November 1928, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

497 Gregory to Parsons, 29 July 1928, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure sent 22 Aug. 2001.

498 “Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly 1929–1930,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 32 (May 1929): 4. See also “Interracial Amity Committee, “Baha’i News Letter No. 40 (April 1930): 10–12, and Morrison, To Move the World, 186.

499 Holley to Locke, 26 June 1928, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

500 “Washington, D.C.” for 1928–1929. NBA. Courtesy of Roger Dahl, Archivist.

501 From a letter dated 22 February 1929 written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi to Mrs. Parsons, “References to Dr. Alain Locke in Letters Written on Behalf of Shoghi Effendi,” Attachment, The Universal House of Justice to Buck, 16 July 2001.

502 “Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly 1929–1930,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 32 (May 1929): 4. Members: Louis Gregory (Chairman), Shelley Parker (Secretary), Agnes Parsons, Louise Boyle, Mariam Haney, Dr. Zia Bagdadi, Dr. Alain Locke, Loulie Mathews, Miss Alice Higginbotham.

503 Locke to Parsons, 23 April 1929, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA.

504 Locke to Parsons, 30 December 1929, Agnes Parsons Papers, NBA.

505 Alain Locke, “Impressions of Haifa,” in The Bahá’í World: A Biennial International Record, Volume III, April 1928–April 1930, comp. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada (New York: Bahá’í Publishing Committee, 1930; reprint, Wilmette: Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1980) 280, 282.

506 Holley to Locke, 13 Feb. 1930, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-36, Folder 47 (Holley, Horace).

507 Ruhi Afnan (on behalf of Shoghi Effendi) to Locke, 15 February 1930; Afnan (on behalf of Shoghi Effendi) to Locke, 5 July 1930; Shoghi Effendi to Locke, 5 July 1930, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-10, Folder 2 (Afnan, Ruhi).

508 Louis Gregory, “Interracial Amity Committee” [1929–1930 Annual Report], Baha’i News Letter, No. 40 (April 1930): 10–12.

509 Louis Gregory, “Interracial Amity Committee” [1929–1930 Annual Report], Baha’i News Letter, No. 40 (April 1930): 10–11.

510 Gregory, “Interracial Amity Committee,” 12.

511 Gregory, “Interracial Amity Committee,” 12.

512 Morrison to author, e-mail dated 19 June 2002. I am indebted to Dr. Morrison for the considerable research time she spent in verifying the memberships of these seven committees on which Locke served.

513 “National Bahá’í Committees: 1931–1932,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 53 (July 1931): 2; Louis Gregory, “The Annual Convention,” Bahá’í News, no. 52 (May 1931): 3; Locke to Gregory, 6 June 1931, Louis Gregory Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Bahá’í Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure with letter dated 16 February 2001; Morrison, To Move the World, 349, n. 29.

514 Locke to Gregory, 6 June 1931, Louis Gregory Papers, NBA. Courtesy of Roger M. Dahl, Archivist, National Archives, Bahá’í National Center, enclosure with letter dated 16 February 2001.

515 Bahá’í Archives of Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Ms. Anita Chapman.

516 Alain L. Locke, “Educator and Publicist,” Star of the West 22.8 (November 1931) 254–22. [Obituary of George William Cook, 1855–1931].

517 Haney to Locke, 25 September 1931, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-33, Folder 49 (“Haney, Mariam”).

518 Alain Locke, “Unity through Diversity: A Bahá’í Principle,” in The Bahá’í World: A Biennial International Record, Volume IV, April 1930–April 1932, comp. National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of the United States and Canada (New York: Bahá’í Publishing Committee, 1933; reprint, Wilmette: Bahá’í Publishing Trust, 1980), 372–74. Reprint in Leonard Harris, ed., The Philosophy of Alain Locke (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1989), 133–38.

519 Mrs. Oliver La Farge to Locke, 29 December 1931, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-43, Folder 50 (La Farge, Oliver).

520 “Committee on Inter-Racial Amity,” Bahá’í News, No. 64 (July 1932): 2.

521 “The Seventeenth Annual Convention and Baha’i Congress,” Baha’i News Letter, No. 6 (1925): 3.

522 Morrison, To Move the World, 192. See also “Annual Reports of the National Committees of the National Spiritual Assemblies of the United States and Canada 1931–1932,” Bahá’í News.

523 Morrison, “To Move the World: Promoting Racial Amity, 1921–1927,” 18 and n. 39, citing Bessey Bearden, “New York Society,” Chicago Defender, 5 March 1932, part 2, p. 1, col. 1.

524 Du Bois to Locke, 10 Sept. 1935, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-26, Folder 8 (Du Bois, W. E. B. ???).

525 Locke to Du Bois, 8 Oct. 1935, Alain Locke Papers, MSRC, Box 164-26, Folder 8 (Du Bois, W. E. B. ???).

526 “Meeting of the Board of Directors and the Advisory Board for the Encyclopedia of the Negro, circa 1930s.” Photograph online:
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