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Rhinelander was a white socialite born into a prominent New York family.
Jones was the biracial daughter of a working class couple.
Historians have speculated that their unusual marriage was one of the first of its kind.
Some of the first people of Spanish/ Mayan heritage were the product of a truly incredible marriage.
In spite of the Bahá’í faith’s innermost message of “Oneness of Mankind,” many people of the faith living in Washington, D. adhered to the attitude of racial segregation that was rampant during the time.
With Bahá’í leader Abdu’l-Bahá declaring his staunch support for interracial marriages, Louis and Louisa were married in 1912 in New York, becoming the first interracial Bahá’í couple.
Their sons Ian and Tshekedi later became significant political figures as well.