"Body Is Cremated on Funeral Pyre" (1906)
An article from the November 3, 1906 edition of the Oregonian recording the alleged "first Hindoo funeral and cremation ever solemnized" in the United States. The funeral was held for Rauma Singh, who died in Astoria from consumption.
Bahi Jodh Singh, "The Message of the Sikh Faith"
An undated booklet titled "The Message of the Sikh Faith" written by Bahi Jodh Singh, Professor of Divinity at Khalsa College, Amritsar, edited by Teja Singh, a member of the Ghadar party. The booklet was published by the Pacific Coast Khalsa Diwan in Stockton, California.
Indian Christian Student (Vol. 5, No. 3)
The Indian Christian Student (Vol. 5, No. 3) was the official bulletin of the Union of Christian Students of India in America, whose mission was to "promote fellowship and Christian helpfulness among Indian Students in America and also to interpret India to America." Published for 1919-20, this particular issue (Vol. 5, No. 3) featured several short essays and poems.
Swami Abhedananda, "India and Her People" (1906)
Published by the Vedanta Society in New York, India and Her People (1906) by Swami Abhedananda featured six of the author's lectures delivered before the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences on or around 1906.
Brochure for Aquarius, a painting by Mary Neal Richardson described as an interpretation of the "Spirit of the New Age: A Prophetic Optomistic [sic] Revelation of the Meaning of the Present Changing Conditions Through the Universal Symbolism of Nature." The document contains quotes from various press outlets on the painting.