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"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.
Date: 1930 to 1939
Subject(s): Jehan Warliker
Location: 1862 E. 101st Street, Suite 209, 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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