Young India (May 1919)
The May 1919 issue of Young India (Vol. 2, No. 5) was titled "India in Revolt," and features editorials and longer articles reporting on events in India as well as the U.S. Articles under the following titles are included in this issue: "Recommendations for Repressive Legislation" by Lajpat Rai, "Is British Imperialism Gone Made?" by J.
Young India (September 1919)
The September 1919 issue of Young India (Vol. 2, No. 9) contains essays by Lajpat Rai and J.T. Sunderland, poetry by Mayce Seymour and Lucian B. Watkins, Amy Dudley, and several news items. The last page includes a list of dailies, weeklies, and monthlies from which Young India gathers its news.
The Hindustanee (May 1, 1914)
The May 1, 1914 issue of The Hindustanee (Vol. 1, No. 4), the official organ of the United India League, published from Vancouver, British Columbia. The front page features a photograph of the U.P. Famine Relief Fund Committee from Vancouver. The issue contains articles on the United Provinces famine, relief efforts organized from Canada, and visits to Canada by Bhai G.T. Assomull.
The Aryan (May 1912)
May 1912 issue of The Aryan, a journal described as "The Only Hindu Paper in Canada." The majority of the articles within describe the activities of the Sikh Canadian population and Immigration policy, though some reports from India also exist.
Canada and India
The January-February 1917 edition of India & Canada (Vol. 3, No. 1), subtitled "A Monthly Journal of Information and Conciliation" published several new sitems reporting on Indians in Canada, the U.S., South Africa, and Trinidad.
India and the Present World Crisis
Essay titled "India and the Present World Crisis" by Taraknath Das, reprinted from Amerasia, October 1939. A handwritten note at the top reads "With the compliments of Taraknath Das."
A Protest Against the Torture of War Prisoners in India
Bulletin titled "A Protest Against the Torture of War Prisoners in India," which presents an open letter to the Delegates at the Conference on Limitation of Armaments and on Far Easter Questions. The letter is dated December 7, 1921 and signed by Sailendra N. Ghose, Taraknath Das, Sarat Mukerji, Noni Gopal Bose, and Haridas Gayadeen.
The Failure of British Rule in India
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled The Failure of British Rule in India. The pamphlet contains a printing of a speech given by U.S. Senator Joseph I. France delivered in the Senate on October 14, 1919.
India's Three Greatest Dangers
Hand-written essay titled "India's Three Greatest Dangers" by Ishwar Chandra, written in 1917. Chandra uses the Nalanda Club based in Berkeley, California as his address.
What Do We Want?
Book titled What Do We Want? by M.N. Roy, published in 1922 by Edition De La Librarie J.B. Target.