Curtiss Aviation School Students, including Mohan Singh
The 1912 class at the Glenn Curtiss Aviation School on North Island, near San Diego. Milwaukee's John Kaminski (in white shirt and tie) is second from the left. Unlike the previous year's class was almost entirely comprised of students from the military, the Kaminski's class was a disparate, international group.
The Hindusthanee Student (February 1917)
The February 1917 issue of The Hindusthanee Student (Vol. 3, No. 5) was a special "Woman's Number," published from the Nalanda Club in Urbana, Illinois. The officers responsible for the issue were all women (J.E. Glasgow, C. Donworth, M. Austine Stanley, Frieda Hauswirth, and Helinz C. Washburne), and the issue itself contains articles written by two South Asian women: P.
The Hindusthanee Student (May 1917)
The May 1917 issue of The Hindusthanee Student (Vol. 3, No. 8) was published from the Nalanda Club in Urbana, Illinois. The issue contains the following articles: "Indian Students Abroad" by Rafidin Ahmed, "Challenge of Today" by Sudhindra Bose, "Ideals and Obligations" by K.D. Shastri, "Supply Trained Men" by N.S.
The United States of India (July 1923)
The inaugural issue of The United States of India, dubbed "A Monthly Review of Political, Economic, Social and Intellectual Independence of India," was published in July 1923 from the Gadar Party headquarters in No. 5 Wood Street, San Francisco. The title "Pacific Coast Hindustani Association" was used in place for Gadar Party.
The Hindusthanee Student (March-April 1917)
The March-April 1917 issue of The Hindusthanee Student (Vol. 3, No. 6-7) was published from the Nalanda Club in Urbana, Illinois, and introduces the first "Woman's Section" within the journal. The issue contains the following articles: "Progressive China," "Hindu Sociologist in America," part two of "On the Contributons of India to Human Civilization" by J.
Letter from A.W. Mangum, Jr.
A letter dated September 8, 1907 from Adolphus W. Mangum, Jr. (1876-1924), a soil scientist working in the Puget Sound area, to his mother in North Carolina. Mangum describes his reaction to the Bellingham riot in great detail. A partial transcription reads as follows:
Young India (January 1918)
The inaugural issue of Young India, the official organ of the New-York based India Home Rule League of America (IHRLA) was published in January 1918. The IHRLA was founded by Lala Lajpat Rai, who resided in the United States from 1914-1919.
Young India (February 1918)
The February 1918 issue of Young India (Vol. 1, No. 2) begins with an editorial on the world war, and its potential effects on the cause for home rule in India.