Maud Ralston, "The India Society of Detroit" (1911)
Article from September 1911 issue of Modern Review written by Maud Ralston on the India Society of Detroit. Ralston explains that the membership of the India Society of Detroit is primarily Hindu students at the University of Michigan, earning a technical education.
Letter from Sadhu Grewal to Concorde Brodeur
Letter from Sadhu Grewal to Concorde Brodeur, in which Grewal acknowledges receiving news of the death of Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Grewal asks Brodeur, who served as Gyanee's secretary, whether she planned to continue helping the "Gyan Bhavan" or return to the U.S.
Letter from U.S. Attorney in Detroit to U.S. Attorney in San Francisco
Telegram from the U.S. Attorney in Detroit to the U.S. Attorney in San Francisco dated December 21, 1917 informing the U.S. Attorney in San Francisco that William Jarosch, who was wanted as a witness in the 1917 Hindu German Conspiracy Trial, would arrive in San Francisco on Wednesday that week.