On Madame H.P. Blavatsky's life and work, the Blavatsky
has published many of the writings of the late Theosophical historian
Walter A. Carrithers, Jr.
"If Madame Blavatsky (HPB) was the most influential
occultist of the
nineteenth century, Walter Carrithers was her sustained twentieth century
champion against the charges of fraud."
See more of Mr. Price's comments.
Mr. Carrithers' major titles include:
The Truth About Madame Blavatsky 1947.
Obituary: The "Hodgson Report" on Madame Blavatsky
The "Hodgson Report" on Madame Blavatsky. 1969.
The Founding of the Theosophical Society 1975.
"Jiddu Krishnamurti and The Return of Madame
See also Appendix Letter from Walter A. Carrithers, Jr. to
See also The Writings of Walter A. Carrithers, Jr.
for other titles from Mr. Carrithers' pen.
See also Death
of an American Theosophical Historian (p. 16)
by John Cooper for information on Mr. Carrither's life and work.