Here's Letter To The World From Suicide
Article titled "Here's Letter To The World From Suicide" from the March 17, 1928 edition of the San Francisco Examiner. The article reports on the suicide of Vaishno Das Bagai, and reprints the letter he left for newspapers.
An Indian Merchant's Suicide in U.S.
Newspaper clipping from the May 22, 1928 issue of The Hindustan Times, featuring an article titled "An Indian Merchant's Suicide in U.S." The article documents the suicide by Vaishno Das Bagai, who ended his life in "patriotic protest against racial discrimination," and includes excerpts from his suicide letter and a letter from Brij Mohan (V. D.
"U.C. Hindu Girl Keeps Pledge To Dying Kin"
Oakland Post-Enquirer article from Saturday, January 10, 1925 entitled, “UC Hindu Girl Keeps Pledge to Dying Kin”. The article tells the story of Prabha Chandra, a graduate of University of California, who promised her dying brother she would return to India to teach instead of stay in the US.