The India Liberator (October 1917)
The October 1917 issue of The India Liberator (Vol. 1, No. 2), published from Berkeley, California and edited by Ishwar Chandra. The issue features a cover article on Annie Besant, her imprisonment and subsequent release by the colonial Indian government.
The Surest Secrets of Success
Pamphlet titled The Surest Secrets of Success of Firmest Foundations of Happiness by Ishwar Chandra, published in 1916 by the Sure Success Service based in San Francisco.
Letter from Ishwar Chandra to Mr. & Mrs. Wright
Letter from Ishwar Chandra addressed to the Wright family, dated October 5, 1910. In the letter, Chandra mentions that he is responding to a letter the Wrights had sent from Nowgong, India on July 6, 1910, which was forwarded by Chandra Shekhar Misra.
India's Three Greatest Dangers
Hand-written essay titled "India's Three Greatest Dangers" by Ishwar Chandra, written in 1917. Chandra uses the Nalanda Club based in Berkeley, California as his address.
Letter from Ishwar Chandra to his Uncle
Letter from Ishwar Chandra to his uncle, dated June 1916. The letterhead indicates that Ishwar Chandra was part of the Panama Pacific International Exposition. 21 pages long, the letter goes into considerable detail about Chandra's life in the U.S., his family, and the general features of life in the U.S.