June 1920: Shoghi Effendi applied for admission to Oxford University

Consonant with his total dedication to the service of his grandfather, Shoghi Effendi's great aspiration had been to become a perfect English translator of the Baha'i writings. His letter of 11 June 1920, applying for admission to Oxford University, made this intention clear: "My sole aim," he wrote, "is to perfect my English, to acquire the literary ability to write it well, speak it well and translate correctly and eloquently from Persian and Arabic into English." 
(The Baha’i World 1996-1997)

June 1996: Four NSAs in America meet for the first time

On 29 and 30 June 1996 four National Spiritual Assemblies in the Americas-- Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, and Suriname met together for the first time, in Paramaribo, Suriname, to discuss cooperative efforts and other subjects of mutual concern. 
(The Baha’i World 1996-1997)