Hindu Immigration Hearings (1914)
Part 1 of the “Hindu Immigration Hearings” that took place before the U.S. Congress House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization on February 13, 1914. Attending the hearing were R.F. Patterson (the widow of former consul general in Calcutta), Anthony Caminetti (Commissioner General of Immigration), Denver S.
German Plots and Intrigues
Pamphlet titled German Plots and Intrigues: In the United States During the Period of Our Neutrality by Earl E. Sperry and William M. West, published in July 1918. Chapter Four covers Germany's effort to incite revolution in India, with details about the Hindu-German conspiracy and the Berlin Committee.
Bill To Permit All People From India Residing in the U.S. to Be Naturalized (1945)
Transcript for the 1945 U.S. Senate hearing to discuss Bill S. 237, which would permit all people from India residing in the United States to be naturalized. The meeting was held on April 26, 1945, and the Bill was introduced on January 10, 1945 by North Dakota Senator William Langer. The transcript record statements made by Edward J.
Letter from K.S. Luong to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Letter dated January 13, 1943 from the K.S. Luong, secretary of the Chinese Embassy in Washington to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. The letter acknowledges the receipt of Gyanee's letter addressed to Madame Chiang Kai-shek, the First Lady of the Republic of China.
Letter from Bill Clinton regarding achievements of Fazlur Khan
Letter dated June 15, 1998 from President Bill Clinton honoring the achievements of Fazlur Khan. Clinton writes, "Drawing on the richness of his Bengali background and the vigor and energy of American culture, Fazlur Khan pushed the boundaries of modern architecture and dramatically changed the physical landscape of the great city of Chicago."
Letter from Louis McH. Howe to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Letter dated March 28, 1933 from Louis McH. Howe, secretary to President Roosevelt, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee . The letter reads, "The President has asked me to take appreciate acknowledgment of your very kind letter and to tell how grateful he is for your congratulations and your good wishes."
Letter from Mrs. Roosevelt's office to Bhagwan Singh
Letter dated November 28, 1933 from the secretary to President Roosevelt to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee . The letter reads, "Mr. Roosevelt asks me to thank you for your interest in writing, and to express her regret that her time in New York was so short that it was impossible to see you."
Letter of Introduction for Bhagwan Singh Gyanee from Stella Hanau
Letter dated November 22, 1935 from Florence Rose, secretary for the National Committee on the Federal Legislation for Birth Control, to Stella Hanau, introducing Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Rose writes that Gyanee plans to conduct a lecture-series dealing with ethical problems, and also that he was of great assistance to Margaret Sanger during her Indian visit.
Letter from A.R. Forbush to Bhagwan S. Gyanee
Letter dated May 28, 1935 from A.R. Forbush, Assistant to the Executive Director of the National Emergency Council, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Forbush writes that the President was interested in reading his letter relating to the cultural needs of the country. The message indicates that Gyanee's letter was forwarded to L.R.
Letter from L.R. Alderman to Mr. Gyanee
Letter dated June 3, 1935 from L.R. Alderman, the Director of the Education Division of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee, suggesting an interview in Washington D.C. or New York City. Alderman was responding to a letter that Gyanee had addressed to President Roosevelt.