India's Freedom in American Courts
Published by the Friends of Freedom for India, "India's Freedom in American Courts" was a pamphlet that described court cases in which Indian anti-imperialists and other allies in the U.S. were put on trial for violating "neutrality laws," and threatened with deportation. The case involved Ghadar activists Sailendranath Ghose, Taraknath Das, Bhagwan Singh, as well as Agnes Smedley, Mr. and Mrs.
Letter from Agnes Smedley to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Letter from Agnes Smedley to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee dated January 18, 1920. Smedley describes the recent activities of the Friends for Freedom of India, and efforts to organize meetings with various intellectuals and politicians.
Advertisement for Lectures by B.S. Thind and Bhagwan Gyanee
Advertisement in January 29, 1933 edition of the New York Times for lectures by Bhagat Singh Thind and Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Thind's lecture is titled "Soulful Science of Sikh Saviors." Gyanee's lectures are titled "Technocracy," "Is There Any Religion Without an Idol?," and "Women's Problems."
Five Free Lectures by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Advertisement for five free lectures by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee at the Hotel St. George in New York. The lecture topics are described as follows: "Humanology," "Dreams, Their Symbols and Meaning," "The Science of Healing," "The Mystic Power of Suggestion," "Your Emotions," and "Powers and Possibilities of the Pineal Gland."
Six Free Lectures on "Humanology"
Advertisement for six free lectures by Bhagwan Singh Gyanee, to be held at Carnegie Hall. The lecture subjects are titled as follows: "India's Cultural Contribution to the World (Illustrated)," "Though Materialization," "The Law of Vibration," "The Secret of Perpetual Youth," "Complexes and How to Conquer Them," and "Powers and Possibilities of the Pineal Gland."
Letter from Friends of Freedom for India to Dr. D.S. Jordan
Letter to D.S. Jordan from the Friends of Freedom for India signed by President Robert Morss Lovett and Secretary Agnes Smedley, dated July 21, 1919. The letter describes the recent arrest and possible deportation of four Indians -- D.K. Sarkar, Gobind Behari Lal, Baghwan Singh, and Santokh Singh -- in addition to Gopal Singh and Taraknath Das, who were earlier arrested for deportation.