Letter from Taraknath Das to Godha Ram Channon
Letter from Taraknath Das to Godha Ram Channon dated August 28, 1950. Das informs Channon that he is continuing to work for an end to Partition and shares his plans to distribute both a pamphlet and article on Kashmir.
Letter from Gobind Behari Lal to Godha Ram Channon
Letter from Gobind Behari Lal to Godha Ram Channon dated November 8, 1952. In it, Lal addresses Channon’s son Prakash regarding a complaint he made that, because Lal failed to mention his father’s role in the Ghadar Party and related revolutionary movements, he did not introduce him properly at a recent dinner party.
Letter from Swami Ashokananda to Godha Ram Channon
A letter dated October 21, 1949 from Swami Ashokananda to Godha Ram Channon, Secretary of Pand Jawahaelal Nehru’s Reception Committee. The typed letter enclosed a $25 check to help cover expenses of the reception. The letter also contains a handwritten reply from Channon thanking him and asking for representatives of Ashokananda to help with the reception.
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.
Letter from Mrs. Husain Nasri to Godha Ram Channon
A letter dated July 22, 1946 from Mrs. Husain Nasri, Chairwoman of American Wives of India, to Godha Ram Channon, Chairman of India Famine Relief Committee. The letter was in regards to both organizations soliciting funds and holding benefits for India famine relief. Nasri apologizes for soliciting funds from the San Francisco area, where Channon’s organization was fundraising.
Letter from M.K.M.A. Kader to Godha Ram Channon
Letter from M.K.M.A. Kader to Godha Ram Channon, providing Channon with news of the Indian independence struggle (mentioning the political machinations of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhas Chandra Bose, as well as the arrest of revolutionary Magoor Dad Khan and his subsequent imprisonment in Lahore Fort).
Letter to Godha Ram Channon
Letter to Godha Ram Channon from unknown writer; the writer states he agrees with Channon that money should be raised for Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, but that the present situation makes this unlikely.