Jogesh Chander Misrow, "Usha Songita: Songs of the Dawn" (1919)
Published in Chicago, Usha Songita: Songs of the Dawn (1919) is a collection of poetry written by Jogesh Chander Misrow, a Stanford and University of Washington graduate who served as an interpreter for the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The poetry includes an introduction by Julian B. Arnold, a lecturer and entertainer more famously known as the son of Sir Edwin Arnold.
Creator: Jogesh C. Misrow
Contributor: Julian B. Arnold
Location: 233 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, IL
Item History: 2012-02-10 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)
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