"U.C. Hindu Girl Keeps Pledge To Dying Kin"
Oakland Post-Enquirer article from Saturday, January 10, 1925 entitled, “UC Hindu Girl Keeps Pledge to Dying Kin”. The article tells the story of Prabha Chandra, a graduate of University of California, who promised her dying brother she would return to India to teach instead of stay in the US.
Medical Co-eds From Far-away Lands
Newspaper clipping featuring portraits of Premola Shahane Poona, Saniyeh Habboob, and Mary Markuze, three students at the Woman's Medical College of Philadelphia.
Three Little Maids at Medical School
Newspaper clipping featuring a photograph of Premola Shahane Poona, Saniyeh Habboob, and Mary Markuze, three students at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania taken between 1928 and 1929.
"East India Store Section," Honolulu Advertiser (1937)
Four-page advertisement insert from the June 3, 1937 edition of the Honolulu Advertiser, marking the opening of the Watumull Building on 1162 Fort Street. Includes several short articles about G.J. Watumull and J. Watumull, advertisements for the stores, products, and boutiques housed in the building, as well as photographs of the East India Store interior and its employees.
"A Voice for the 400 Million"
Newspaper clipping of an article by Mary Braggiotti in the August 9, 1943 edition of The New York Post titled "A Voice for the 400 Million." The article features Sardar J.J.