Request for Support for Famine Relief Activities
Letter dated February 25, 1946 from President of the India League of America J.J. Singh and Richard J. Walsh, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The letter discusses the formation of a Famine Emergency Committee in response to famine in Bengal, and requests donations.
Letter from J.J. Singh requesting support for Mundt amendment
Letter from J.J. Singh, President of the India League of America, requesting support for Congressman Karl E. Mundt's amendment to the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation (UNRRA) bill, which would include famine stricken areas of Bengal and Assam under the UNRRA's scope. The letter requests funding to carry on this kind of work.
India and America
Pamphlet by J.J. Singh, president of the India League of America, titled "India and America" and dated June 1947. The pamphlet contains nine articles by Singh, written between September and November 1946, and published in various Indian newspapers.
Memorandum on Proposed Legislation
Memorandum on Proposed Legislation to Authorize the Naturalization and Admission Into the United States Under a Quota of Eastern Hemisphere Indians of India, presented by Sirdar J.J. Singh, President of India League of America. The document contains an assortment of statements by vested interests (U.S.
Telegram from J.J. Singh to G.J. Watumull
Telegram from J.J. Singh to G.J. Watumull dated March 7, 1944 regarding a bill proposed by Senator William Langer that would permit approximately 3,000 natives of India who entered the U.S. prior to July 1, 1924 to become naturalized U.S. citizens. Singh informs Watumull that he has written to Clara Luce to introduce a similar resolution in the House.
Letter from J.J. Singh to Senator Tom Stewart
Letter dated September 12, 1944 from J.J. Singh, President of India League of America, to Senator Tom Stewart, Chairman of the Senate Immigration Sub-Committee. Singh requested to testify in front of the committee during their hearings on September 13, 1944 in regards to Bill S. 1595, which if passed would permit Indian nationals to become naturalized U.S. citizens.