Freedom for India Now!
Pamphlet titled Freedom for Indian Now! published by the New York-based Post War World Council, featuring writings by Pearl S. Buck, Lin Yutang, Krishnalal Shridharani, Arthur Garfield Hays, A. Philip Randolph, Anup Singh, Roger Baldwin, and Norman Thomas. The pamphlet contains speeches, messages, and excerpts from a meeting of the Post War Council on August 6, 1942. The editor Mary W.
India's Right To Freedom
Booklet titled "India's Right to Freedom" published by the British Information Services in 1942. The text includes statements and excerpted speeches from Minister from the War Cabinet Stafford Cripps, Secretary of State for India Leopold S.
Can Indians Get Together? / India's Day of Reckoning
Booklet published and distributed by the New York-based India League of America with reprints of two essays by Jawaharlal Nehru: "Can Indians Get Together?" first printed in the July 19, 1942 edition of the New York Times, and "India's Day of Reckoning," first printed in the April 1942 issue of Fortune.
India Independence Day
Program for India Independence Day Dinner held in New York on January 26, 1945, and hosted by the India League of America. The guest of honor the dinner was Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit; also in attendance was Sirdar J.J. Singh, Pearl Buck, Lin Yutang, Elsa Maxwell, Francis J. McConnell, and William Shirer.
India and the War
Booklet titled India and the War by S. Chandrasekhar, published in 1941 out of New York. An inscription in the opening page reads "with kind regards to Mr. Ram Bagai Tripati Chandrasekhar N.Y. City June 1941."
Memorandum on Proposed Legislation
Memorandum on Proposed Legislation to Authorize the Naturalization and Admission Into the United States Under a Quota of Eastern Hemisphere Indians of India, presented by Sirdar J.J. Singh, President of India League of America. The document contains an assortment of statements by vested interests (U.S.
Har Dayal - A Stalwart Champion of Peace is Gone
Essay titled "Har Dayal: A Stalwart Champion of Peace is Gone" by Anup Singh. The essay appears in the April 1939 issue of the journal New History, edited by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab and Julie Chanler.
India in Revolt
Book titled India in Revolt by Henry Judd, published in 1942 by the Workers Party of America in New York. The introduction is written by Max Shachtman, leader of the Socialist Workers Party and later the Workers Party. The title page is stamped with the San Francisco address for the publication "Labor Action."
Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. & Mrs. Mahesh Chandra
Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. and Mrs. Mahesh Chandra, dated November 26, 1939. In the letter, Das enclosed copies of an article written by him, reprinted for "wide circulation among influential Americans so that the question of Indian Freedom may be made an international issue."