The Guru Govind Singh Sahib Educational Scholarships (1912)
A notice for the Guru Govind Singh Sahib Educational Scholarships, written by Sirdar Jawala Singh on January 1, 1912. The notice explains that the scholarship will be tenable for 3 years, commencing August 1912; the scholarship will include free board, lodging, expenses covered, and a small amount of pocket money for three years; and that all scholars will reside at a hostel to be called the “Guru Nanak Deva Vidyarthi Ashram,” Berkeley, and lead a simple and abstemious life. Applications were to be sent to Mrs. Bertha L.C. Pope (the wife of Berkeley Professor Arthur Pope) at 2708 Virginia Street, Berkeley.
Date: January 1, 1912
Creator: Sirdar Jawala Singh
Location: Moorland, CA
Item History: 2011-10-25 (created); 2013-08-27 (modified)
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