India-America Society Bulletin (October-November-December 1968)
The October-November-December 1968 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 6, No. 1) featured mainly quotations from Gandhi. A short editorial note is included by R. Lal Singh, the President of the India-America Society. The editor of the bulletin is Sushila Janadas, a popular Indian dancer in the U.S. in the 1940-50s.
Gandhi Today (Autumn 1986)
The inaugural issue of Gandhi Today, a quarterly magazine of the Gandhi Foundation based in New York. The issue features essays from Yogesh Gandhi, Ram Bagai, Don Howard Sheldon, Stephen Hay, Ann Medlock, Elaine Seiler, Priscilla Prutzman, Michael Nagler, and Vasant Merchant.
"The Forgotten Mahatma"
Clipping from January 15, 1981 edition of India Tribune, featuring the article "The Forgotten Mahatma." The article describes the results of a survey conducted in India that questioned Indian students on basic facts regarding the life of Gandhi.
Message of the East (Spring 1948)
The 1948 Spring issue of the Vedanta Quarterly (Volume 37, No. 1), issued by the Vedanta Centre in Boston, Massachusetts, subtitled the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial issue. The issue contains essays by Swami Paramananda, Gayatri Devi, Verrier Elwin, and Olive Sharma.
"Is Mahatma Gandhi The Greatest Man Of The Age?"
Pamphlet titled Is Mahatma Gandhi the Greatest Man of the Age? by Kirby Page, published in 1930. The Pamphlet contains four chapters, each dealing with the Indian nationalist movement and Gandhi's role as a nationalist leader.
The Trial of Gandhi
Pamphlet titled The Trial of Gandhi, published by the Sacramento-based Muslim Association of America, containing a reprint of article originally published in Young India.
A Brief Study of Mahatma Gandhi
Pamphlet titled A Brief Study of Mahatma Gandhi written by Rajaram Vinayak Gogate. The pamphlet contains a reprint of Gogate's essay from the December 1926 issue of the American Federationist.
Gandhi: The Man and His Message
Pamphlet titled Gandhi: The Man and His Message written by Dalip Singh Saund. The pamphlet provides a short biographical sketch of the life of Gandhi, comparing the Indian nationalist leader to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Giuseppe Mazzini.