Bhaskar P. Hivale, "A Travelogue on India"
Pamphlet from the 1920s titled "A Travelogue on India" used to promote the lectures of Bhaskar P. Hivale for the Circuit Chautauqua. The pamphlet describes Hivale's lecture, which included 73 colored slides, 2500 feet film, Hindu music and exhibit.
"Bhaskar Pandurang Hivale: New India"
Advertisement from the 1920s promoting the lectures of Bhaskar Pandurang Hivale on topics ranging from Oriental and Occidental conflict, "A Trip to India," and "What a Child Can See in India." As mentioned in the advertisement, Hivale was a Ph.D. student at Harvard, and graduate of Bombay and Andover Theological Seminary.
Pamphlet describing the lectures of Mohammad Ali, born in Punjab as the son of Dr. Sadiq Ali, the physician of the Maharaja of Kapurthala. The Maharaja, incidentally, attended the 1893 Chicago World Fair. According to the biography provided, Ali arrived in the U.S. in 1900, where he would found the headquarters for his tea and cocoa importing company in Detroit, Michigan.
"Nirmal Ananda Das: India"
Pamphlet describing the lectures of Nirmal Ananda Das, a University of Calcutta and University of Edigburgh graduate, who would present lectures on the Circuit Chautauqua.
"Basanta Koomar Roy: A Lecturer with a Prophetic Message" (1913)
Pamphlet advertising the lectures of Basanta Koomar Roy, described on the cover page as a "Lecturer with a Prophetic Message." Lectures given include "Rabindranath Tagore," The Awakening of India," "Hindu Literature," "Hindu Manners and Customs and Social Reform," "Education in India," "Woman Suffrage," "The Feminist Movement in the Orient," "India and America," "India and Ireland," among other t
"Sakharam Pandit: High Caste Brahmin Teacher and Lecturer from India" (1910)
Pamphlet advertising the lectures of Sakharam Pandit, described as "High Caste Brahmin Teacher and Lecturer from India." The lecture advertised was to be held at Wisconsin Dells Chautauqua on July 8, 1910. Inside the pamphlet are more advertisements for lessons, lectures, and engagements, with an address given for the School of Applied Philosophy and Oriental Psychology."