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"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. The biographical narrative describes Warliker's "living as a peasant, meditating with the Yogis" before coming to the realization that an industrialism and education were the only hope for India. The lecture subjects include "My Country -- India," "Occultism," and "Famous Indian Personalities." Warliker was represented by the Cleveland-based Alber Bureau.

Lecture Circuits

Date: 1930 to 1939
Subject(s): Jehan Warliker
Language: English
Location: 3608 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH

Holding Institution: University of Iowa
Collection: Redpath Chautauqua Collection
Item History: 2011-12-08 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)

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