Booklet titled Islamic Culture by Marmeduke Pickthal published by the San Francisco-based Moslem Society of U.S.A. An English translator of the Quran, Pickthal narrates his interpretation of Islamic Culture. Elsewhere, the booklet contains descriptions and prices of the various other publications by the Moslem Society, as well as its mission statement.
Indian Independence Celebrations
Program for Indian Independence Celebration exhibition organized by the Students Association of India in Los Angeles and held on August 13, 1949. The contents of the program describe the initial conception of the exhibition, and the back page provides a list of participants.
L.A. hails India's new sovereignty
Newspaper clipping from January 26, 1950. The article, titled "L.A. Hails India's New Sovereignty," discusses a celebration for Indian independence held at the Armenian Center in Los Angeles, and sponsored by the Students' Association of India, India Cultural Society, and American Wives of India.
The Story of the Oriental Peoples -- Japan, China, India
Booklet titled The Story of the Oriental Peoples -- Japan, China, India, written by Florence Natalie Heacock in collaboration with Walker Brown. The booklet was published by the Los Angeles City School District Division of Psychology and Educational Research in 1929. The booklet contains epigraphs from Confucius and Rudyard Kipling, a foreword by Assistant Superintendent Helen Watson Pierce.
The India Liberator (October 1917)
The October 1917 issue of The India Liberator (Vol. 1, No. 2), published from Berkeley, California and edited by Ishwar Chandra. The issue features a cover article on Annie Besant, her imprisonment and subsequent release by the colonial Indian government.
The Surest Secrets of Success
Pamphlet titled The Surest Secrets of Success of Firmest Foundations of Happiness by Ishwar Chandra, published in 1916 by the Sure Success Service based in San Francisco.
The Appeal of India to the President of the United States
Booklet titled The Appeal of India to the President of the United States, published by the Gadar Party. The booklet contains letters to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, and makes several analogies between U.S. history and the cause for Indian independence.
The India Liberator (September 1917)
The inaugural issue of The India Liberator (Vol. 1, No. 1), edited by Ishwar Chandra and published in September 1917 from Berkeley, California. The issue contains reports on Indian nationalist leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak and several polemical articles on the British rule of India.