Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. & Mrs. Mahesh Chandra
Letter from Taraknath Das to Mr. and Mrs. Mahesh Chandra, dated November 26, 1939. In the letter, Das enclosed copies of an article written by him, reprinted for "wide circulation among influential Americans so that the question of Indian Freedom may be made an international issue."
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull dated February 25, 1944. Das informs Watumull of a bill proposed by Senator William Langer to grant citizenship to Indians residing in the U.S. The bill, he writes, was introduced on December 15, 1943, but Das did not learn of it until February 1944, when Senator Langer sent him a copy of the proposed bill directly.
Letter from Taraknath Das to U.S. Senate Immigration Committee
Letter dated September 12, 1944 from Taraknath Das, Ph.D., Department of History at the College of the City of New York, to U.S. Senate Immigration Committee. Das writes in support of the naturalization of Indians who reside in the US. Das wrote that he obtained American citizenship in 1914 and believes the current American immigration laws are discriminatory.