Civic Reception to Dr. Tarak Nath Das
Letter from Naresh Nath Mookerjee, Deputy Mayor of Calcutta, to Taraknath Das dated September 10, 1952 welcoming Das home to a free India after forty-seven years in exile.
"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.
Letter from Godha Ram Channon addressed to "Joe," dated August 2, 1947. The letter includes English translations of Urdu letters sent to Joginder Singh, as well as copies of the original Urdu letters themselves.
Letter from Godha Ram Channon addressed "To My Countrymen." In it, Channon urges the recipients to read the enclosed letter, written by Mumtaz Kitchlew in Urdu, advocating for a united India against Partition.
Letter from Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit to M.A. Rauf
Letter of introduction dated September 24, 1952 from Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit to M.A. Rauf. on behalf of Godha Ram Channon. Channon was traveling from India to San Francisco via Tokyo, Japan, where Indian Ambassador M.A. Rauf was stationed.
"India Consul Calls For U.S. Aid to Meet Red Threat"
Newspaper clipping of a continuation of an article titled "India Consul Calls for U.S. Aid to Meet Red Threat." The article discusses the U.S.’ failure to deliver on promises to provide aid to India and to invest in the newly independent nation.
"Mediator in Sino-Japanese Conflict"
Newspaper clipping of an article titled "Mediator in Sino-Japanese Conflict: India With Her Eastern Culture is Best Suited, Says Pt. Kunzru." In it, Dr. Hriday Nath Kunzru, president of the Servants of India Society, argues that India is best suited to mediate the Sino-Japanese conflict, but first Indians need control over their own foreign policy.