"The Call of the Martyrs"
Bulletin of the Hindustan Gadar Party Memorial Committee (Vol. 3, No. 10) dated August 1967, with a front page story on Bhagat Singh Thind.
Shaheed-e-Azam Kartar Singh Sarabha
Two-page document on the life of Kartar Singh Sarabha written by Baba Sohan Singh Bhakna and published by the Gadar Heritage Foundation in 2003. Bhakna narrates the life of Kartar Singh Sarabha, a Ghadar Party founder, who migrated to the U.S. in 1912. The document details the formation of the Ghadar Party, from its origins in Oregon and Washington.
Martyrs' Day Commemoration
Advertisement for "Martyrs' Day Commemoration" held on November 21, 1998 and presented by the Gadar Memorial Steering Committee and Consulate General of India. The program included an homage to Gadar member Bud Dillon, a poetry reading, and lecture by journalist P. Sainath.
Letter from Jani Gant at UNICEF to Ram Bagai
Letter from Jani Gant of UNICEF to Ram Bagai, dated October 25, 1982. The letter is an answer regarding inquiries pertaining to the premiere of Gandhi on December 7, 1982 at the Plitt Century Plaza Theatre.
"Peace Shrine Honoring Gandhi Will Be Dedicated Sunday"
Clipping from the August 18, 1950 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner containing the article "Peace Shrine Honoring Gandhi Will Be Dedicated Sunday." The article describes the opening of the Self Realization Fellowship Church of All Religions in Pacific Palisades, California.
Gadar (November/December 1992)
The November/December 1992 newsletter of the Gadar Memorial Center, located in San Francisco. The newsletter contains short announcements about events at the center, as well as an original essay about Gadar leader Kartar Singh Saraba and a republished essay from a 1920 issue of Gadar.
Gadar (August 15, 1993)
The August 15, 1993 issue of the newsletter of the Gadar Memorial Center. The issue commemorates Indian independence as well as the 80th anniversary of the Gadar Party. Also included is an essay on Subhash Chandra Bose and an image of Ghadar Dhandora, published by the Gadar Party in Nanking, China on May 15, 1930.
Pamphlet for Gadar Memorial
Pamphlet for the Gadar Memorial located on 5 Wood Street, San Francisco, California. The pamphlet goes into details about the story of the Gadar Party, from its origins in 1913 to its evolution over the course of the 20th century.
"Martyrs' Day Commemoration" Flyer
Flyer announcing a Martyrs’ Day Commemoration on November 21, 1993 hosted by the Gadar Memorial Steering Committee, the Punjabi People’s Cultural Association, and South Asians for Collective Action.
"Shaheed Bhagat Singh Martyrdom Day" Flyer
Flyer distributed by the Gadar Memorial Steering Committee and the Consulate General of India a memorial for Shaheed Bhagat Singh on March 28, 1993. The memorial included a panel discussion titled “Relevance of Freedom Movement to Present Crisis in India” followed by a screening of Anand Patwardhan’s “Ram ke Naam”, a documentary about the destruction of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya.