Letter from Godha Ram Channon to the City Editor, San Francisco Chronicle
Letter from Godha Ram Channon to the city editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. The letter informs San Francisco Chronicle of the arrival of Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, the then Indian ambassador to the United States, in San Francisco and invites their photographers and reporters to the reception at the airport and then to the function arranged in her honor.
Letter from Godha Ram Channon to Amrose N. Diehl
Letter dated July 31, 1949 from Godha Ram Channon to Mrs. Amrose N. Diehl thanking her for an invitation to a cocktail party in honor of Ambassador of India to the U.S., Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit.
Postcard from M.K. Joshi to Godha Ram Channon
Postcard dated July 20, 1949 from M.K. Joshi of International House to G.R. Channon in response to a dinner invitation in honor of Mrs. Pandit. Joshi wrote he and a friend, Mr. H.N. Shah, would attend.
Letter from Godha Ram Channon to Unni Nayar
Letter dated August 4, 1949 from G.R. Channon to Colonel Unni Nayar, Public Relations Officer of Indian Embassy. Channon wrote about a previous meeting with Col. Nayar and Mrs. Pandit in San Francisco.
List of members of the Reception Committee to welcome Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Vijaya Lakhshmi Pandit on Friday, July 22 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA.
Letter from V.S. Pradhan to Godha Ram Channon
Typewritten letter dated June 28, 1949 from V.S. Pradham, Secretary of the Hindustan Students Association of America, Berkley Chapter asking for clarification on the arrival and dinner times for the reception of the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Mrs. Pandit. Channon handwrote a reply below the letter with the details requested.
"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.
Letter from Godha Ram Channon to Mr. & Mrs. Kirpalani
Letter dated July 7, 1949 from Channon to Mr. & Mrs. Kirpalani inviting them to a dinner given by the Reception Committee of Northern California Indians in honor of Mrs. V.L. Pandit the Indian Ambassador to the U.S. The dinner was scheduled for July 22, 1949 at 6:30pm.