Letter regarding Vaishno Das Bagai
Report written in 1989 that provides information about Vaishno Das Bagai and his involvement with the Gadar Party in San Francisco, California. The report was written by Bagai's son Ram, and includes information from an interview with Govind Behari Lal on February 22, 1962.
Letter from Elliot Einzig Porter to Ram Bagai
Letter from Elliot Einzig Porter to Ram Bagai dated January 14, 1989. In the letter, Porter inquires about a few details regarding Vaishno Das Bagai's life, including a curio shop in Berkeley that Vaishno Das Bagai might have ran, and a reference in the Hindusthanee Student. to "Mr. and Mrs. V.D. Bagai."
Letter from Ram Bagai to Elliot Einzig Porter
Letter from Ram Bagai to Elliot Einzig Porter dated January 24, 1989. Bagai enclosed two sets of documents with the letter: a set of documents regarding Vaishno Das Bagai's nativity, and a set of personal documents including Vaishno Das Bagai's suicide notes.
Pioneer Indian in the USA Passes Away
Obituary for Mahesh Chandra Bansal, who died on December 13, 1981. The obituary lists Bansal's participation with the Gadar Party, his work in fighting for citizenship rights for Indians in America, and his role as a founding member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles Gurdwara.
Letter from Ram Chandra to Mahesh Chandra
Letter from Ramesh Chandra to his brother Mahesh, dated March 9, 1967. The envelope is labeled "Ramesh's last letter." In the letter, Chandra writes about his deteriorating health.
Pioneer Indian Dies in L.A.
Article from the February 1982 issue of The India Reporter reporting on the death of Mahesh Chandra Bansal. The article describes details of Bansal's life, including his arrival in the U.S. in 1910, his education at Berkeley and Stanford, his involvement with the Gadar Party, his marriage to Kala Bagai Chandra.