The Life of Dr. Anandabai Joshee
Published in 1888, The Life of Dr. Anandabai Joshee by Mrs. Caroline Healy Dall is a lengthy biography about Joshee, the first Indian woman to earn a medical degree in the U.S. Joshee was the cousin of Pandita Ramabai, who herself traveled to the U.S. in the 1886 and published the Marathi travelogue United Stateschi Lokastithi any Pravasvrutta (1889).
Image of Anandabai Joshee, known as the first Hindu woman to receive a Degree of Doctor of Medicine in any country, from Pandita Rambai's The High-Caste Hindu Woman (1888).
Impressions of Norwich University
An essay by Taraknath Das titled "Impressions of Norwich University" in the February 1909 issue of The Vermonter. Das recollects his experiences as a cadet at Norwich, after being a student at the University of California Berkeley and becoming interested in different educational systems. Das also explains why he initially was drawn to Norwich.
Taraknath Das -- A Cosmopolitan Leader
Essay titled "Taraknath Das -- A Cosmopolitan Leader" written by Stuart A. Rice and published in the December 1910 issue of Cosmopolitan Student. Rice profiles Das, describing his college activities and his publications. The essay contains a photograph of Das.
Memories of Norwich University
Essay from the May 1960 issue of the Norwich Record titled "Memories of Norwich University" by Alleen F. Hedges, who worked as a stenographer for William Arba Ellis. Hedges briefly discusses Taraknath Das in the essay.
Letter from Taraknath Das to H.R. Roberts
Letter from Taraknath Das to H.R. Roberts dated March 15, 1910. Das mentions an article written about him in the Montpelier Evening Argus, which contains a few minor misrepresentations, and updates Roberts on his activities at the University of Washington.