"A Night in India," Indian-American Banquet, Phoenix, Arizona 1951
Postcard announcing an Indian-American Banquet organized by the Self-Realization Fellowship and Indian Communities of Phoenix and Casa Grande. The event took place at the Phoenix Woman's Club on December 8, 1951. During the event, a group of students from the University of Southern California performed an Indian song and dance program.
After Indian-American Banquet, Phoenix, Arizona 1951
Photo from Amelia Singh's personal collection. Singh writes, "A group of USC students came to perform an Indian song and dance program in Phoenix, Arizona. Afterwards, my father brought them to our house. Pictured are my brother Albert; my sister Ramona; a dancer from Norway; Satya, a dancer; me, Amelia; Satya Pal Dosaj, a tabla and sitar player; a dancer from Holland.
Jiwan Singh and daugher Amelia
Photo from Amelia Singh's personal collection. She writes, "My father, Jiwan Singh, and I in our front yard. Phoenix, Arizona, 1951."
Dinner for Tiger Joginder Singh
Photo from Amelia Singh's personal collection. She describes the scene as follows: "Dinner held at our home in Phoenix for Tiger Joginder Singh, a wrestler from India who performed in Phoenix and other cities. Left to right: three Local Punjabi men; my brother Albert; his wife Carmen; my mother, Joginder Singh; me; my father; Jit Singh; my brother Adam."
Amelia Singh in San Elizario, Texas
Photo from Amelia Singh's personal collection. She describes the photo: "My father put me, Amelia, on his work horses. San Elizario, Texas, in the late 1930s."