Independence Day Parade Letterhead
Letterhead for the Pakistan Independence Day Parade Committee of Greater Chicago, 1994. Includes the names of the Officers, Executive Board Members, and Patron Members.
Advance Summaries of Addresses Delivered at India Independence Day Dinner
A document from the India League of America excerpting speeches being given during the India Independence Dinner hosted in honor of Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit on January 26, 1945 in New York City. The document excerpts speeches by Pandit, Pearl S. Buck, Lin Yutang, Elsa Maxwell, Francis J. McConnell, and Sirdar J.J. Singh.
Newsletter for the South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association dated October 1994. The newsletter features an article by Priyamvada Sinha, which discusses the barring of the South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association from the Indian Day Parade.
Indian Independence Celebrations
Program for Indian Independence Celebration exhibition organized by the Students Association of India in Los Angeles and held on August 13, 1949. The contents of the program describe the initial conception of the exhibition, and the back page provides a list of participants.
L.A. hails India's new sovereignty
Newspaper clipping from January 26, 1950. The article, titled "L.A. Hails India's New Sovereignty," discusses a celebration for Indian independence held at the Armenian Center in Los Angeles, and sponsored by the Students' Association of India, India Cultural Society, and American Wives of India.
India becomes a Republic on Thursday, January 26th, 1950
Invitation to a banquet in Los Angeles that took place on January 26th, 1950, celebrating India becoming a Republic. The banquet was organized by Manek Anklesaria, Gertrud Nasri, Frank Chookolingo, and sponsored by India Cultural Society, India Student Association, and American Wives of India.
India Independence Day
Program for India Independence Day Dinner held in New York on January 26, 1945, and hosted by the India League of America. The guest of honor the dinner was Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit; also in attendance was Sirdar J.J. Singh, Pearl Buck, Lin Yutang, Elsa Maxwell, Francis J. McConnell, and William Shirer.
Letter from Indian Students' Association
Letter from Indian Students’ Association at the University of Washington (Seattle) dated August 15, 1947. It reads, "Sincerest Greetings on this historic day, August 15th, 1947 -- India’s Independence Day! At the dawn of this new era, let us all resolve to build a better India, stronger India and a prosperous India! Jai Hind."