Biography of Fazal Mohamed Khan
Biography of Fazal Mohamed Khan, who was born in Punjab in 1907 and settled in California in 1923. With his business partner Namet Khan, Fazal Khan became a successful farmer-businessman specializing in the farming of rice. His farming operation was hampered by legal restrictions that prevented Muslims from owning land; in 1946, these restrictions were removed.
Letter from American Consul to Vaishno Das Bagai
Letter from American Consular Service to Vaishno Das bagai, dated December 15, 1920. The letter reads, "At the request of the Deputy Commisioner of the Northwest Frontier Province, Peshawar, I send you herewith certificates regarding your nativity."
Greetings and Happy New Year from the Chandras
Bulletin titled "Greetings and Happy New Year from the Chandras" from Kala Chandra, dated January 1958. In the bulletin, Chandra describes her whereabouts from the past year, including her travels to Europe and to India, her first trip there for "about twenty years." The letter details Chandra's impressions of India since its independence.
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.