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.
Folk Dances Of India
Set of postcards titled "Folk Dances of India," sent from Somnath Dar, the Consulate General of India in San Francisco, to Rani Bagai. The set has a note pasted from Dhar to Bagai that reads, "It was sweet of you to send me that nice letter which I have kept. Your Mom's letter was read by Asha also. You may like to keep this folder."
Sangeet: An Approach To Indian Music
Article from the July 27, 1968 issue of Saturday Review titled "Sangeet: An Approach to Indian Music," by Raghava Menon. The article describes the key features of Indian classical music, and describes it to Western music.
Gandhi Movie Flyer
Flyer for 1982 biopic Gandhi, which includes a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
"'Gandhi': A Majority of One"
Clipping from the March 8, 1981 edition of the Los Angeles Times, containing the article "'Gandhi': A Majority of One" by Tyler Marshall. The article describes the making of the 1982 biopic Gandhi, with quotes from director Richard Attenborough and Ben Kingsley.
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.