Photograph of Vaishno Das Bagai and Others
A photograph of Vaishno Das Bagai and others. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph identifies others in the photograph, including Ramesh Chandra, Abnashi Ram Premi, and claims the picture was taken in the early 1920s.
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 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.
"Nose Diamond Latest Fad Arrives Here From India"
Newspaper article from September 1915 issue of San Francisco Call & Post reporting on the "nose diamond fad" from India and describing Kala Bagai's arrival in the United States with her family. The photograph in the article is of Kala Bagai with her son Ram (who is incorrectly identified as Kala's daughter).
Pamphlet titled Our Flag, published in 1952 by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India. The pamphlet narrates the evolution of the Indian National Flag, and provides illustrations of several Indian flags that preceded it, as well Indian military flags.
Biography of Vaishno Das Bagai
A typed biography of Vaishno Das Bagai, written by Ram 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.
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."