"Our Congressman From India"
September 1958 article from the Washington Diplomat entitled “Our Congressman From India," profiling US Representative Dalip Singh Saund. The article discusses a 1957 speech Saund gave and details his successful campaign against Jacqueline Cochran Odlum the year before.
Saund Flipped For Coin
Clipping from an unknown newspaper entitled “Saund Flipped for Coin.” In a lighthearted photo, US Representative Dalip Singh Saund was held upside down by Vincent Scarpino and Roger Bittmann at the dedication of an IRS office in Riverside, CA. The caption describes them as “shaking him down” for any remaining change after paying his taxes there.
Rep. Dalip Singh Saund on United Nations Day
U.S. Representative Dalip Singh Saund raising the United Nations flag on United Nations Day with a troop of American Girl and Boy Scouts in Palm Springs, CA. Dated October 24, 1960.
Rep. Dalip Singh Saund with Constituents
U.S. Representative Dalip Singh Saund speaking with constituents from the 29th Congressional District of California, following a 1960 debate with his opponent Charles H. Jameson in Riverside, CA.
Rep. Dalip Singh Saund in the U.S. Capitol
U.S. Representative Dalip Singh Saund pictured in two separate images. The left depicts Saund walking the halls of the U.S. Capitol in 1958. On the right, Saund (along with fellow representative B.F. Sisk, presidential aide Mike Mantos, and Senator Clair Engle) stands with an oversized letter from California Governor Edmund Brown; the letter appeals to President John F.
Rep. Dalip Singh Saund with Family
U.S. Representative Dalip Singh Saund vacationing with his family in California in 1958. Pictured are Saund's son (Dalip Jr.), daughter-in-law (Dorothy), daughter (Ellie), wife (Marian), and grandson (Eric).