Har Dayal, "India in America" (1911)
Article from the July 1911 issue of Calcutta-based Modern Review written by Har Dayal, one of the founders of the Gadar Party. Dayal describes the lives of Indians in the United States, with an emphasis on four classes of persons: "the Sikhs, the Swamis and the Students, with the Spies as an abnormal gang." The article is signed off "Berkeley, (Cal.), U.S.A., April 28, 1911."
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (June 11, 1912)
In this letter dated June 11, 1912, Har Dayal discusses plans to publish a "radical," "propagandist" magazine to Stanford professor Van Wyck Brooks. Dayal mentions support received after a meeting from Dr. Hugel, Dr. Newcomer, and Dr. Sabine. Dayal also mentions possible titles for the magazine included The Radical Student, The University Radical, and The New World.
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (July 12, 1912)
Letter from Har Dayal to Professor Van Wyck Brooks dated July 12, 1912, written from Stanford University. Dayal describes going to the city, and meeting John D. Barry who intends to publish a small magazine in the style of Elbert Stubbard's Philistine.
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (August 4, 1912)
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks, dated August 4, 1912 and posted from San Francisco (c/o Dr. H.M. Beck). Dayal mentions visiting Hindu farmers in Stockton, and having agreed to deliver a course of weekly lectures in San Francisco on social revolution. The first lecture was published in the Bulletin.
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (December 23, 1913)
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks, written on December 23, 1913 and posted from Berkeley, California. Brooks appears to have been visiting England, and Dayal asks about the people he is meeting. Dayal writes about the time he met Winston Churchill that October, who he found "a very mediocre kind of person." He also urges Brooks to meet Peter Kropotkin, if he has a chance.
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (February 10, 1913)
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks, dated February 10, 1913 and posted from Berkeley, California. Dayal responds to Brooks, who is going to England. Dayal also mentions that he has written a short essay on Jesus, on the suggestion of Bulletin editor John Barry.