"Obituary: Sanhya L. Bose"
Obituary of Sandhya L. Bose, wife to the late Dr. R.C. Bose. Mrs. Sandhya Bose died on June 11, 1989 at her home in Foulkeways at Gwynedd, PA. Mrs. Bose was born December 3, 1907 in India. It should be noted Mrs. Bose’s name is spelled incorrectly in the original document.
"Honoring the Memory of Anandibai Joshee, M.D."
Event program for a commemoration of Dr. Anandibai Joshee, the first woman from India to receive a degree in medicine in the United States, hosted by The Association of Indians in America, Inc. and the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania on April 24, 1976.
Asian Americana 014 - Kala Bagai
"What was it like for a South Asian woman immigrating to the US in the early 20th century, and how did she build a community over her lifetime? And why name a street in Berkeley after Kala Bagai — especially since she may not have spent much time living there, if she did at all?"
V. V. ('Sugi') Ganeshananthan Oral History Interview
V. V. ('Sugi') Ganeshananthan is an Ilankai Tamil American fiction writer and scholar based at the University of Minnesota. Her first novel is titled Love Marriage and her second novel was forthcoming at the time of this archived interview. Sugi discusses her upbringing and experiences being in Tamil American spaces.
Pradeepa Oral History Interview
Pradeepa is a Sri Lankan Tamil artist and multimedia creator, as well as a social activist, hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota and based in Colombo, Sri Lanka at the time of this interview. She left Sri Lanka as a young child and grew up as an asylum seeker at constant risk of deportation in the United States.
Fram Haveliwala Oral History Interview
The interview was conducted as part of SAADA's ACFP 2021-2022. This interviewee described his migration experience to the United States from Karachi, Pakistan. As a very young child, his migration experience was described based upon family conversations and memories he remembers of coming to Houston, Texas.