Hindustan Revolution Right Here
Newspaper clipping of article "Hindustan Revolution Right Here" from the February 21, 1917 issue of the San Francisco Examiner. The article describes the ousting of Hindustan Gadar editor Ram Chandra from the Gadar party.
Ram Chandra - Editor Hindustan Gadar
Clipping featuring two photographs of Har Dayal, and captions written in Urdu and English. The English text reads "Ram Chandra, Editor Hindustan Gadar" and provides an address.
Har Dyal Jailed For Great Britain
Clipping of a newspaper report from the March 28, 1914 edition of The San Francisco Call, entitled "Har Dyal Jailed for Great Britain."
India in Revolt
Gadar Party publication titled India in Revolt by Ed Gammons, which includes several reports on the Gadar Party and events pertaining to the Indian freedom movement. Includes headlines like "Gadar Party Honors President De Valera," . The last page includes a report on the deportation cases against Taraknath Das, Gopal Singh, Bhagwan Singh, D.K. Sarkar, Santokh Singh, and S.N.
Letter from L.H. Hughes to Mrs. Annette Adams
Letter from L.H. Hughes to Annette Adams, Assistant U.S. District Attorney dated September 18, 1917. In the letter, Hughes inquires about the whereabouts of Santokh Singh (misspelled Santogh) and writes that he is "interested in some litigation for some local Hindus." Singh was arrested in connection with the Hindu-German conspiracy.
Letter from United States Marshal to John Preston
Letter dated December 31, 1917 from United States Marshal to John W. Preston regarding a German national living in Fresno, California who did copywork for Ram Chandra on Ghadar Party-related documents and provided information useful to the 1917 Hindu German Conspiracy case.
Letter from Edward White to United States Attorney
Letter dated December 28, 1917 from Edward White at Angel Island Station to the U.S. Attorney regarding a telegrammed request from a District Intelligence Officer in Vancouver, Canada for information on Ram Chandra and Dewa Singh.