Can Indians Get Together? / India's Day of Reckoning
Booklet published and distributed by the New York-based India League of America with reprints of two essays by Jawaharlal Nehru: "Can Indians Get Together?" first printed in the July 19, 1942 edition of the New York Times, and "India's Day of Reckoning," first printed in the April 1942 issue of Fortune.
Self-Determination for India
Booklet titled Self-Determination for India, published by the India Home Rule League of America. The booklet includes several political cartoons by Herbert Cole, dated 1918, and a long essay on the cause of Indian self-determination.
India's Revolution: Its Challenge and Meaning
Booklet titled India's Revolution: Its Challenge and Meaning by Lillian Symes, published by the U.S. Socialist Party. The booklet contains an advertisement for The Call, the official weekly newspaper for the Socialist Party.
Har Dayal - A Stalwart Champion of Peace is Gone
Essay titled "Har Dayal: A Stalwart Champion of Peace is Gone" by Anup Singh. The essay appears in the April 1939 issue of the journal New History, edited by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab and Julie Chanler.
The Failure of British Rule in India
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled The Failure of British Rule in India. The pamphlet contains a printing of a speech given by U.S. Senator Joseph I. France delivered in the Senate on October 14, 1919.
Letter from Friends of Freedom for India to Dr. D.S. Jordan
Letter to D.S. Jordan from the Friends of Freedom for India signed by President Robert Morss Lovett and Secretary Agnes Smedley, dated July 21, 1919. The letter describes the recent arrest and possible deportation of four Indians -- D.K. Sarkar, Gobind Behari Lal, Baghwan Singh, and Santokh Singh -- in addition to Gopal Singh and Taraknath Das, who were earlier arrested for deportation.
Letter from Josephine B. Bennett to Friends of Freedom for India Members
Fundraising letter from the Friends of Freedom for India signed by General Secretary Josephine Bennett, dated June 1, 1921. The letter discusses the expansion of branches to Boston and Philadelphia, and publicity work in the Hearst Papers, as well as news items in Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chicago, New York, and Boston.