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.
Letter from Secretary of Mr. Roosevelt to Bhagwan Singh
Letter dated February 7, 1933 from Louis McH. Howe, secretary to President Roosevelt, to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee . The letter reads, "I wish to acknowledge your recent letter to Mr. Roosevelt. As you know, he is always interested in having the views of those who are giving thought to the problems of our country, and I shall bring this correspondence to his attention at the first opportunity."
Letter from Sid Schwartz to Bhagwan Gyanee
Letter dated October 15, 1935 from Sid Schwartz, Director of WOR's The Listener Speaks to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee. Schwartz invites Gyanee to the studio on October 20 to broadcast a talk.
Request for Support for Famine Relief Activities
Letter dated February 25, 1946 from President of the India League of America J.J. Singh and Richard J. Walsh, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The letter discusses the formation of a Famine Emergency Committee in response to famine in Bengal, and requests donations.
Letter from Bhagwan Singh to Bande Mataram magazine
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to the editors of Lahore-based Bande Mataram journal. In the letter, Gyanee includes a subscription fee and provides his own commentary about the paper. Gyanee provides his opinions on Hinduism, Mohammedanism, atheism, and the independence movement.
Letter from Anup Singh to Ellen Starr Brinton
Letter from Anup Singh to Ellen Starr Brinton, dated March 18, 1941 responding to Brinton's letter from March 14.. Singh served as the director of the India Research Bureau for the ILA. The letter details publications sold by the League.