Brochure for Aquarius, a painting by Mary Neal Richardson described as an interpretation of the "Spirit of the New Age: A Prophetic Optomistic [sic] Revelation of the Meaning of the Present Changing Conditions Through the Universal Symbolism of Nature." The document contains quotes from various press outlets on the painting.
Advertisement for Publications of the Vedanta Society
Advertisement for publications of the New York-based Vedanta Society from the April & July 1914 issue of The Hindusthanee Student. Publications include Gospel of Ramakrishna, Sayings of Ramakrishna, Raja Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Karma Yoga, My Master, Bhagavad Gita, Harvard Address, and Chicago Address.
Booklet titled Islamic Culture by Marmeduke Pickthal published by the San Francisco-based Moslem Society of U.S.A. An English translator of the Quran, Pickthal narrates his interpretation of Islamic Culture. Elsewhere, the booklet contains descriptions and prices of the various other publications by the Moslem Society, as well as its mission statement.
Biography of Fazal Mohamed Khan
Biography of Fazal Mohamed Khan, who was born in Punjab in 1907 and settled in California in 1923. With his business partner Namet Khan, Fazal Khan became a successful farmer-businessman specializing in the farming of rice. His farming operation was hampered by legal restrictions that prevented Muslims from owning land; in 1946, these restrictions were removed.