"Sarath Kumar Ghosh"
Pamphlet advertising the lectures of Sarath Kumar Ghosh, described as a "native Prince of India who interprets the lives and the ideals of his people from the standpoint of a European education.
Mystery of Dollar Ebell Lecture Topic
Newspaper clipping announcing a lecture by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee on the "Mysticism of the American Dollar," in which Gyanee planned to provide an "interpretation of the symbols of the great seal of the United States." The lecture was to be held at Ebell Hall in Oakland, California.
Lecture series by Bhagwan Gyanee
Advertisement for three lectures by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee on October 23-25 in Ebell Hall, Oakland. The names of the lectures are "After Death-What?," "Mental Magnetism in Healing and Its Relationship to the Riddle of Life and Death," and "Behind the Screen of the Invisible Universe."
Mr. S.G. Pandit's Lecture Subjects
A subject listing of lectures by Sakharam Ganesh Pandit (1875-1959) that range from "Proofs of the Existence of the Soul" to "The Worlds or 'Lokas' of Hindu Scriptures." The listing also includes the charges for the lectures, and Pandit's address in Chicago, handwritten across the page.
Poster for a mass meeting organized by the Friends of Freedom for India to "demand general amnesty for political prisoners," and "protest against deportation of Hindu political prisoners." The speakers listed include Robert Morss Lovett, Dudley Field Malone, Norman M. Thomas, Peter Golden, Henry Jaeger and Frank P. Walsh. The date listed is April 10 (year unspecified).
The Non-Violent Army of Satyagraha
Essay by Haridas Mazumdar on Satyagraha, non-violence, and resistance to conscription. Mazumdar writes, "100,000 young men between the ages of 21 and 35 can bring about a profound non-violent revolution in the United States of America and, indeed, in the whole world."