Rabindranath Tagore Collection, ca. 1900-1965, ca. 1910-1940
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British Missionary in India. From the description of Letter : London, to Laurence Housman, [193-] Aug. 28. (Bryn Mawr College). WorldCat record id: 25374712 1896-1899 missioner with the Pembroke College mission at Stoke Newington; 1900 fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge; 1904 joined the Cambridge Brotherhood, Delhi; 1908 fellow of Punjab University; 1913 joined Rabindranath Tagore's Institution at Santiniketan; 1914 went to South Africa to help bring about th...
Sir Rabindranath Tagore was an eminent scholar and prolific Indian writer in the latter half of the Nineteenth-Century and first half of the Twentieth-Century. The youngest of eleven children, he was born in Calcutta, India on May 7, 1861. His father, the Great Sage (Maharishi) Devendranath Tagore, cofounded the Brahma Samaji religious reform movement. Rabindranath's family, though Brahmin, was not considered ritually "pure"; however they were wealthy, landed, and brilliant. At an e...
Epithet: Indian poet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x00014a ...
Professor. Dr. Arthur Romeyn Seymour was recognized as an ourstanding and dedicated teacher of foreign languages. He received his Ph. D. in foreign languages from the University of Wisconsin in 1907. In 1926, he became a professor of French at Florida State College for Women and served as Head of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages until 1946. In the late 1920s, the Seymours traveled to China and reorganized the curriculum of Tung Lu University. He died January 2,...