Biography of L. Vaishno Das Bagai
A 2-page biography of Vaishno Das Bagai that narrates his background in Peshawar, his migration to the U.S. in 1915, and his involvement in the Gadar Party. The biography indicates that in Peshawar, Bagai was friends with K.R. Sabarwal and Pandit Ram Chandra, the editor of Gadar.
Business Card of Vaishno Das Bagai
Business card for Vaishno Das Bagai, indicating his position as the Executive Vice President of The India Co., Inc. located in San Francisco.
Bombay Inn Business Card
Business Card for the Bombay Inn restaurant in San Francisco, described as "The Only Place in the West Where Genuine Indian Curry is Served." The back of the card provides a menu.
A photograph sent to Ram Bagai and family on December 1967 from Abnashi Ram. The back of the photograph contains the following note: "Back row, left to right -- Ramesh Chandra, Abnashi Ram, 3 unknown, Mr. Bagai, Ram's father. Beneath Mr. Bagai is Mr. Nasri -- I think -- Gertrude's husband and I think the second from the left is Mr. Kitchlew of Chicago."
Letter from Kala Bagai to Ram Bagai
A letter from Kala Bagai to her son, Ram, describing her personal memories of her husband, Vaishno Das Bagai, from his nationalist interests as a teenager to his migration to the U.S. in 1915. The biography mentions that Bagai was helping the Gadar party even while in India, and goes into greater detail about Bagai's association with Ram Chandra, the editor for the Gadar.