Talk on India Set for City
Newspaper clipping from unknown publication, entitled "Talk on India Set for City." The article says that Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn, an engineering graduate student at the University of Oklahoma who had a previous degree from the University of New Delhi, was set to give a speech on the results of India's independence at the Cushing Hotel the next day.
Internationals Set Meeting
Newspaper clipping from unknown publication, entitled "Internationals Set Meeting" and dated April 12, 1957. The article says that per club president Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn, the University of Oklahoma's International Club would soon hold a meeting, adding that the club would also host its yearly "banquet of nations" in May and join the Easter pageant in Lawton.
Banquet of Nations Admission Ticket
Admission ticket for the University of Oklahoma's Banquet of Nations, hosted by the International Club. The event was held on May 10, 1957 at the McFarlin Memorial Methodist Church in Norman, OK; the ticket is priced at 50 cents.
Foreign Student Employees
Clipping from a newspaper called the Recorder, dated August 16, 1956, with the headline "Foreign Student Employees." The photo depicts Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn, Aboullah Teak, Amarsit Singh, and Gin Su Chey, who are all described as foreign students attending Fresno State College and working at the Del Monte cannery.
Consul To Visit OU Thursday
Clipping from the Norman Transcript dated October 1, 1958, with the headline "Consul To Visit OU Thursday." The article describes the planned visit of Indian Consul General Rakjumar Raghunath Sinha to the University of Oklahoma, where the International Club led by Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn would receive him.
OU Chemist Granted $18,700 for Project
Clipping from unknown newspaper with the headline "OU Chemist Granted $18,700 for Project." It details a grant awarded to associate professor Dr. Robert H. Perry from the National Science Foundation, and mentions Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn as Perry's graduate assistant.
Page from Scrapbook
Page from Sharanjit Singh Dhillonn's scrapbook. It is a handwritten note purporting to detail the story of a maharaja in the United States. Dhillonn often jokingly claimed to be a maharaja during his college years, dressing the part at costume parties and writing press releases announcing his travels to and from the University of Oklahoma.