Mahatma Gandhi "Champion of Liberty" Stamp
On January 26th, 1961, the United States Postal Service issued 120 million 4 cent stamps and 40 million 8 cent stamps honoring Mahatma Gandhi in the "Champions of Liberty" series. The US was the second country in the world to issue a stamp honoring Mahatma Gandhi after India.
World Significance of Mahatma Gandhi
Pamphlet published by the Friends of Freedom for India titled World Significance of Mahatma Gandhi. The content is an essay by John Haynes Holmes, Minister of the Community Church of New York City, first published in Unity (April 6, 1922).
A Report on the Memorial Meeting
Report on a meeting organized by the India League of America on February 7, 1948, held in honor of Gandhi, who was assassinated that January. The report contains excerpts from speeches by Sirdar J.J. Singh, Sheikh Mohammad Abdulla, M. Asaf Ali, Warren R. Austin, N.
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.
I Talked With Gandhi
Excerpts from the May 1949 issue of New Outlook (Vol. 2, No. 4), published by the Los Angeles-based organization New Century Foundation. The issue contained a cover story titled "I Talked with Gandhi," which features an interview of the journalist Louis Fischer by television reporter J. Frank Burke.
India-America Society Bulletin (October-November-December 1968)
The October-November-December 1968 issue of the India-America Society Bulletin (Vol. 6, No. 1) featured mainly quotations from Gandhi. A short editorial note is included by R. Lal Singh, the President of the India-America Society. The editor of the bulletin is Sushila Janadas, a popular Indian dancer in the U.S. in the 1940-50s.