Letter from A.R. Forbush to Bhagwan S. Gyanee
Letter dated May 28, 1935 from A.R. Forbush, Assistant to the Executive Director of the National Emergency Council, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Forbush writes that the President was interested in reading his letter relating to the cultural needs of the country. The message indicates that Gyanee's letter was forwarded to L.R.
Letter from L.R. Alderman to Mr. Gyanee
Letter dated June 3, 1935 from L.R. Alderman, the Director of the Education Division of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee, suggesting an interview in Washington D.C. or New York City. Alderman was responding to a letter that Gyanee had addressed to President Roosevelt.
Facts About India
A short pamphlet titled Facts About India published by the New York-based American League of Freedom in June 1932. Contains various details and statistics about India, including population and percentages for different religious and caste communities.
The Crisis In India
Published in 1942, The Crisis in India contains two essays first published in New York-based Fellowship: the first by Haridas Mazumdar, detailing Gandhi's political strategies during World War II; the second by Gandhi's secretary Mahadev Desai.
Bhagwan Singh Lecture on July 15, 1942
A lecture delivered by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee on July 15, 1942 as part of a summer conference. The topic for the lecture is on experimental psychology. In the 10 minute audio clip, Gyanee summarizes and reiterates the three important lessons from the lecture the evening prior and introduces the subject of experimental psychology.
Advance Summaries of Addresses Delivered at India Independence Day Dinner
A document from the India League of America excerpting speeches being given during the India Independence Dinner hosted in honor of Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit on January 26, 1945 in New York City. The document excerpts speeches by Pandit, Pearl S. Buck, Lin Yutang, Elsa Maxwell, Francis J. McConnell, and Sirdar J.J. Singh.