"Peace After a Change of Heart"
A newspaper article written by June Hogan in regards to the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit’s stance on non-violence and defending India. The Ambassador stated in a press conference that if attacked, India would resort to force to defend itself, despite the country’s heritage of nonviolence.
"India's Enjoy Cites Danger in Asia"
Newspaper article from unknown writer and publisher on the arrival of and statements made by Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit in San Francisco. Ambassador Pandit spoke about communism being a threat in Asia. The article also covered the events she attended with in California.
"Other Nutty Professors"
Newspaper clipping of a letter to the editor titled "Other Nutty Professors" by Mumtaz Kitchlew from the Chicago Tribune, dated July 15, 1951.
"A Voice for the 400 Million"
Newspaper clipping of an article by Mary Braggiotti in the August 9, 1943 edition of The New York Post titled "A Voice for the 400 Million." The article features Sirdar J.J.
"Visits in Valley"
Newspaper clipping of a photograph from the November 26, 1950 edition of a California newspaper. The photograph features Mulk Raj Ahuja, Consul General of India, and his wife surrounded by other Indian leaders during their visit to California’s Imperial Valley.
"Indian Leader Urges U.S. Aid, Understanding"
Newspaper clipping of an article titled "Indian Leader Urges U.S. Aid, Understanding: Top Congress Party Official Visiting S.F. Says Two Nations Have Much In Common." The article quotes Harekrushna Mahatab, Secretary General of the Congress Party, emphasizing the need for better American understanding of India.
"At Home And Abroad -- Nehru And Communism in Asia"
Newspaper clipping of an article by Raymond Lawrence from The Oakland Tribune (California) dated November 2, 1949. Lawrence discusses Nehru’s “mixed socialist” economic policies and Indian attitudes toward communism.
"Pickets at Dutch consulate"
Newspaper clipping dated July 30, (year unknown). Clipping states, "Representatives of the Negro people and the peoples of Greece and India will participate in the picket line before the Dutch consulate [...] to protest the Dutch attack on the Indonesian Republic [...]." Godha Ram Channon is named as the picketing representative of the National Committee for India’s Freedom.