Letter from Agnes Smedley to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Letter from Agnes Smedley to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee dated January 18, 1920. Smedley describes the recent activities of the Friends for Freedom of India, and efforts to organize meetings with various intellectuals and politicians.
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.
Letter to Friends of Freedom for India Members
Letter from the Friends of Freedom for India signed by Secretary Agnes Smedley and President Robert Morss Lovett, dated November 2, 1920. The letter promotes a National Convention in New York City on December 5, 1920, in order to promote the cause of Indian independence.
Letter from Agnes Smedley to Friends of Freedom for India Members
Letter from Agnes Smedley on behalf of the Friends of Freedom for India, dated November 20, 1920. The letter promotes a concert to be held on January 8, 1921 at Rand School Auditorium, for which the proceeds will be "devoted for the furtherance of the cause of India's independence." Included on program is Basanta Koomar Roy, who was to speak on "Oriental and Occidental Music."
Letter from Clara B. Spence to Dr. Marshall
Letter dated November 16, 1905 by Clara B. Spence, addressed to Dr. Marshall at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, requesting Dr. Marshall to accept an enclosed check to pay an outstanding debt and add credit to the account of Chumpa Sunthanker, one of the first women from India to earn her degree in medicine in the United States.