Irene Mott Bose Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Husband, Net Worth

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Irene Mott Bose (Irene Mott, Mrs. Vivian Bose)

Last Updated: 28 May, 2023 | Views: 178

Age: 75

Profession: Social Worker

Famous For: Leader In Village Welfare Services At Nagpur, India

Higher Education: Columbia University

Irene Mott Bose Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
18 Sep, 1899 (75 Years 03 Months 4 Days)
Birth Country
United States
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Birth District
Birth Sign
Died on
22 Dec, 1974

Irene Mott Bose Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (profile/biography):
Irene Mott Bose, better known by her alias Mrs. Vivian Bose (18 September 1899 – 22 December 1974), was an American-born social worker and author living and working in India. She was also the spouse of Indian Supreme Court Justice Vivian Bose.
Irene Mott Bose Early Life and Education:
 •   Irene Mott was born in Wooster, Ohio. Her father was a Christian pastor and author who received the 1946 Nobel Peace Prize. 
 •  Her older brother John Livingstone Mott was awarded the Kaisar-i-Hind silver medal in 1931. Frederick Dodge Mott, her younger brother, was Canada's delegate to the World Health Organisation and worked in healthcare planning.
 •   After earning her degree from Vassar College in 1922, Irene Mott went to Columbia and Harvard Universities to pursue additional public health and health education courses.
Irene Mott Bose Career:
 •   Mott moved to India shortly after receiving her undergraduate degree to serve with her brother, a missionary among cotton mill workers. 
 •   In Nagpur, she established a social worker training programme, a school, a small hospital, and more. 
 •   From 1969 to 1973, Mott and her husband conducted an anthropological study of the Rabari people of Kutch, a nomadic community.
 •   The Monkey Tree (1956) and Totaram (1933) are two children's novels about India written by Bose. 
 •   The 1961 American school reader Roads to Everywhere featured a passage from Totaram under the title "When Totaram Washed the Elephant." 
 •   Irene Mott gave some of her father's papers to the Cambridge Centre for South Asian Studies, which later also archived her own files.
Irene Mott Bose Personal life:
 •   In 1930, Mott married Judge Vivian Bose. Christopher was their son, and Leila was their daughter. The Boses family drove from India to Albania when Christopher was a little child, with her sister and his sister. Mott passed away in 1974 at the age of 75. 
 •   An American Memsahib in India: The Letters and Diaries of Irene Mott Bose 1920-1951, a compilation of her letters and journals, was released in 2006. The Walter Fairservis Papers at Penn Libraries contain 13 folders containing images and other items connected to Irene and Vivian Bose's studies of the Rabari people.

Irene Mott Bose Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 157 cm
In Meters 1.57 m
In feet Inches 5'2"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 52 Kg
In Pounds 121 lbs
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Hair Color

Irene Mott Bose Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
John R. Mott
Mother's Name
Leila Ada White Mott
Judge Vivian Bose
Frederick Dodge Mott
Eleanor Mott Ross

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