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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. These slides are broken down into several categories, ranging from "Prehistoric geology" to "Paintings." Also included are "moving pictures" of Bombay, filmed from Malabar Hill; Taj Mahal at Agra. The end of the pamphlet describes two other lectures Hivale was able to recite: "Is there a Conflict Between Oriental and Occidental Civilizations?" and "The Woman of New India."
Date: 1920 to 1929
Subject(s): Bhaskar Hivale
Location: 16 Wright Street, Cambridge, MA
Holding Institution: University of Iowa
Collection: Redpath Chautauqua Collection
Item History: 2011-12-08 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)
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