List of members of the Reception Committee to welcome Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Vijaya Lakhshmi Pandit on Friday, July 22 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA.
"Peace After a Change of Heart"
A newspaper article written by June Hogan in regards to the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit’s stance on non-violence and defending India. The Ambassador stated in a press conference that if attacked, India would resort to force to defend itself, despite the country’s heritage of nonviolence.
"India's Enjoy Cites Danger in Asia"
Newspaper article from unknown writer and publisher on the arrival of and statements made by Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit in San Francisco. Ambassador Pandit spoke about communism being a threat in Asia. The article also covered the events she attended with in California.
Notes from meetings of the Reception Committee organized to prepare for the visit of the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Mrs. Pandit. Included are lists of attending members and their addresses. Meetings took place on May 28th, June 12, and June 26 in Sacramento and San Francisco, CA.
S.K. Patil's Business Card
S. K. Patil was a former mayor of Bombay and a former Minister of Railways in India. Abnashi Ram had in his possession a copy of S. K Patil’s business card, which details his Marine Drive address and work address in New Delhi, as well as both telephone numbers.
Letter re: Godha Ram Channon's Trip to India
A copy of a speech given in honor of Godha Ram Channon and the work he did for the Indian independence movement. The speech highlights aspects of Channon’s efforts and celebrates his returning visit to India after 40 years of living abroad.