The United States of India (December - January - February 1928)
The December-January-February 1928 edition of the The United States of India (Vol. 5, Nos. 6-8) focuses primarily on American writer Katherine Mayo's Mother India, an expose of the social practices of colonial India, which was deemed as a work of pro-British propaganda.
Ashar Singh FBI Record
FBI Record for Ashar Singh dated June 5, 1935. The file indicates three arrests: October 15, 1915 for "assault with intent to commit crime against nature"; July 15, 1934 for "reckless driving"; and May 27, 1935 for "drunk driving."
After Indian-American Banquet, Phoenix, Arizona 1951
Photo from Amelia Singh's personal collection. Singh writes, "A group of USC students came to perform an Indian song and dance program in Phoenix, Arizona. Afterwards, my father brought them to our house. Pictured are my brother Albert; my sister Ramona; a dancer from Norway; Satya, a dancer; me, Amelia; Satya Pal Dosaj, a tabla and sitar player; a dancer from Holland.
Premla Shahane playing sitar
Three-quarter length portrait of Premla Shahane playing a sitar and looking down, sitting in front of a building on the University of Chicago campus, located in the Hyde Park community area of Chicago, Illinois.