"Jehan Warliker, Prince Seesodia of India"
Two-sided advertisement from the 1930s promoting lectures by Jehan Warliker. The biography included describes Warliker as "Prince Seesodia," born in India but raised in England from childhood after the death of his mother.
"Jehan Warliker of the Princely Clan of Seesodia"
Pamphlet from the 1930s promoting lectures by Jehan Warliker. The pamphlet is different than other Warliker advertisements in that it presents a poetic arrangement of text describing his lectures and various "facts" of India, from "the birthplace of mysticism and the occult" to the "foundation of Western Culture." The closing page includes a biography, and a Cleveland address.