Letter from Godha Ram Channon to San Francisco Newspapers
A letter from Channon to the City Editors of San Francisco Newspapers, including the Examiners, Chronicle, News, Call & Bulletin, inviting photographers and journalists to attend the welcome reception at the airport on July 19, 1949 for Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Pandit. They were also invited to a dinner in her honor held on July 22, 1949.
Letter to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated August 22, 1941 to Mr. Channon regarding song lyrics he had requested. The sender indicated that it was difficult to write the words in English. Lyrics on page two.
"Science and Technology"
Article reprinted from ‘The New Republic’, September 20, 1943, page 394. The article is in regards to how the U.S. takes advantage of the Indian national scientists who make contributions to the U.S. war effort and economy, but how it refuses to allow Indians to become U.S. citizens.
"Vande Mataram" with Translation
Copy of ‘Vande Mataram’ with English translation. Printed by the Consulate General in San Francisco. ‘Vande Mataram’ is a poem from Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's 1882 novel Anandamath and is a hymn to the motherland.
Notes from meetings of the Reception Committee organized to prepare for the visit of the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Mrs. Pandit. Included are lists of attending members and their addresses. Meetings took place on May 28th, June 12, and June 26 in Sacramento and San Francisco, CA.
Letter from Hem Chandra Gupta to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated December 26, 1946 from Hum Chandra Gupta, Advocate High Court, New Delhi, to Godha Ram Channon. The letter is regarding a potential import/export trade partnership between Gupta and Channon for Indian goods including ladies’ bags, and sandalwood, silver, ivory, and brass goods. A price list for various goods is attached.