Yesteryears of Henry M. King

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    Philip L. Carroll brings to life the recollections, memories and poems of his late uncle Henry M. King in this unique and fascinating collection.Henry M. King was born in India in 1911 in the Garrison town of Allahabad. At that time, in the British Military Zone, the British Raj was strong and the Indians with whom Henry came in contact were a source and inspiration for many stories and writings. With rich and colorful vitality and detail, Henry also recounted his days as a boarder at Lawrence College in Ghora Gali. During his intriguing life, his keen and insightful interest in his surroundings is evident in his memoirs. Henry M. King remained in India until November, 1947.

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    Number of Pages: 94
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781622126989
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    Publisher: SBPRA

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