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"Mohammad Ali"

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. Ali's lecture titles are given throughout the pamphlet, including "India's Millions," "Wit and Wisdom of the Far East," and, "The Hope of India." Several reviews are given, as well as a photograph of the author dressed and posing.

Lecture Circuits

Date: 1910 to 1919
Subject(s): Mohammad Ali

Holding Institution: University of Iowa
Collection: Redpath Chautauqua Collection
Item History: 2011-12-08 (created); 2013-08-27 (modified)

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