Mahatma Gandhi: A Memorial Service
Booklet for the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Service, held on February 1, 1948 at The Community Church in New York City. The service was presided over by Ministers Donald Harrington and John Hayne Holmes. The booklet also contains a typed note with a poem titled "Mahatma Gandhi" written by Winifred Rawlins.
"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.
Card from American Friends Service Committee
Small card featuring a woodcut of Gandhi, and a quote from him. Inside the card reads, “A gift from Vivian Thind has been made in your name for the work of the American Friends Service Committee, and will be used to help meet the needs of the world’s people burdened by poverty, injustice and war. The woodcut of Gandhi was the work of Quaker artist Fritz Eichenberg.
Another American Gift to India
Newsclipping from June 18, 1935 newspaper, featuring a review of the film Gandhi. The title of the review reads “Another American Gift to India: Slandering Ghandhiji in a Picture.”
Relevance of Gandhi
Newsclipping from the October 2, 1981 issue of India Abroad, featuring an editorial titled “Relevance of Gandhi,” by Dr. Manmohan Mehra.
Mahatma Gandhi Freedom Lecture at Williamsburg
Newsclipping from the March 15, 1982 issue of India News. The feature article is titled “Mahatma Gandhi Freedom Lecture at Williamsburg,” which reports on Indian ambassador K.R. Narayanan’s lecture at William and Mary College on February 21, 1982.