Advertisement for India China Store in San Francisco
Advertisement for India China Store in San Francisco, run by G.R. Channon. Among the items advertised are “India Art Goods,” jewelry, and foods. A color picture of Mahatma Gandhi was given free to anyone who brought in this advertisement.
Letter from Alfred Cantor to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated July 19, 1949 from Alfred Cantor of Paramount Flag Company to G.R. Channon of India China Trading Company in response to a previous letter regarding an incorrect invoice. Cantor acknowledged the mistake and enclosed a corrected invoice.
Postcard from M.K. Joshi to Godha Ram Channon
Postcard dated July 20, 1949 from M.K. Joshi of International House to G.R. Channon in response to a dinner invitation in honor of Mrs. Pandit. Joshi wrote he and a friend, Mr. H.N. Shah, would attend.
Letter to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated July 31, 1949 to ‘Uncle Channon’ from ‘Hari’, who thanked Channon for the invitation to a dinner in honor of Ambassador Pandit. The nephew then requests the names and addresses of Hindu farmers who might be able to contribute money to an Independence Day celebration hosted by students.
Postcard to Godha Ram Channon
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.
Letter from V.S. Pradhan to Godha Ram Channon
Typewritten letter dated June 28, 1949 from V.S. Pradham, Secretary of the Hindustan Students Association of America, Berkley Chapter asking for clarification on the arrival and dinner times for the reception of the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Mrs. Pandit. Channon handwrote a reply below the letter with the details requested.
Letter from M.S. Sigera to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated July 5, 1949 from M.S. Sigera to G.R. Channon in response to a previous letter. Sigera agreed that the dinner could be moved to the Palace Hotel. Sigera mentions that the drafting committee would have time to complete the address sometime between July 19-22, 1949.
Letter from S.K. Kirpalani to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated July 5, 1949 from S.K. Kirpalani, Consul General of India, to G.R. Channon in regards to the arrival of the Indian Ambassador to the U.S., Mrs. Pandit, to San Francisco. Kirpalani wished Channon to spread the news to other local Indians so the Ambassador could be greeted by many people.