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.
A Hindu Miracle Man Will Cure Lum (1941)
An episode from "Lum and Abner," an American radio comedy that aired as a network program from 1932 to 1954 and was created by co-stars Chester Lauck (who played Columbus "Lum" Edwards) and Norris Goff (Abner Peabody). Set in the fictitious town of Pine Ridge, the show regularly played on "hillbilly" humor.
The United States of India (March 1925)
The March 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) contains several essays including C.F. Andrews on "Lord Curzon on India," and a few exclusive pieces of writing by Mahendra Pratap (spelled alternatively as Mahindar and Mahandar): "America! Wake Up!
The United States of India (April 1925)
The April 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) opens with "News and Notes" items on the death of Sun Yat Sen, "Hindu-Moslem Unity," and Anarchists of India. As with the previous issue, Mahendra Pratap, who had been visiting San Francisco, contributes heavily to the issue.
The United States of India (May 1925)
The April 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) includes contributions from Mahendra Pratap, in an essay titled "Present Civilization and Its Place in the History of Our World," "A Letter to the New York World, and a "Letter to Mahatma Gandhi." In two of these pieces, Pratap signs off as "M.
The United States of India (June 1925)
The June 1925 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 2, No. 9) includes the following articles: "America's Interest in India's Independence," "How the Island of Cyprus Became a British Colony" (originally published in the Gaelic American), "India -- A Military and Naval Base for British Imperialism," "Memorandum on Opium" by C.F.
Letter from Har Dayal to Van Wyck Brooks (December 8, 1934)
Written from England, Har Dayal's December 8, 1934 letter to Van Wyck Brooks addresses Brooks' support of socialism in the U.S. Dayal admits that he does not "think much" of Communist parties outside Russia, and reports on the activities of socialists and liberals in the U.K. and their campaign against "War & Faciscm." Dayal also mentions a few people by name: Dr.