Information About The American Wives of India
Booklet titled "Information About the American Wives of India," printed in Los Angeles in 1949. The booklet contains brief notes about the history of the organization, which was founded by Gertrude Nasri in 1946 to assist famine relief for Bengal.
"American wives of India, active group"
Newspaper clipping from the February 15, 1949 issue of Daily News, a Los Angeles publication, featuring an article about the American Wives of India. The article is written by Dorothy Dietz and describes the aims and origins of the organization. Leona Bell (Parr) Bagai served as the vice-president, and Kala Bagai Chandra was a member.
Publicity Materials for Ruth St. Denis
Publicity materials for dancer Ruth St. Denis, sent from the Los Angeles-based organization American Wives of India to Mrs. Wm. Towe in Cincinnati, Ohio on November 4, 1946. The contents include two advertisements for a benefit program for India by Ruth St. Denis and her associates at Wilshire-Ebell Theater on November 14, 1946.
India-America Society Bulletin (December 1964)
The December 1964 issue of India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 3, No. 1), edited by Tara Bagai. The issue includes a list of new officers, a short message from President Hugh Darling, announcements and book reviews.
India-America Society Bulletin (July 1963)
The July 1963 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 2, No. 1). The issue reports that the society has gained tax deductible status, and includes news of several past events, including a visit from S. Radhakrishnan, the President of India. A list of executive board members is also included in this issue.
"Peace Shrine Honoring Gandhi Will Be Dedicated Sunday"
Clipping from the August 18, 1950 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner containing the article "Peace Shrine Honoring Gandhi Will Be Dedicated Sunday." The article describes the opening of the Self Realization Fellowship Church of All Religions in Pacific Palisades, California.
Correspondence between Ram Bagai and M.R. Ahuja
"Correspondence between Ram Bagai and M.R. Ahuja, the Indian Consul General in San Francisco, that took place eight years after Bagai opened “Gyandev of India” in New York City. After 1943, Bagai showed Gyandev at various cinema art houses, Indian-American cultural events, and universities, including the University of Hawaii in 1951.