"Nehru's Sister L.A. Visitor"
Newspaper clipping from the February 27, 1947 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner. The clipping features an article about the visit of Krishna Nehru Hutheesing, Prime Minister Nehru's sister, and her husband Raja Hutheesing to L.A.
"The Knot Was Really Tied"
Newspaper clipping from Daily News with a wedding photograph of Bhupesh Guha and Ananka Rameses. Guha was a prominent Indian dancer in the U.S.
Private Benefit for India Famine Relief & Misc. Documents
Program for a private benefit for famine relief in India, organized by the American Friends Service Committee. Speeches and performances by Gertrude Nasri, Eric Johnson, Ram Bagai, P.K. Bhattacharya, K. Ray, Millard Sheets, Bhupesh Guha and Sushila Janadas.
Remembrance in Loving Memory of Brij Mohan Bagai
Remembrance program for Brij Mohan Bagai, who died on March 12, 1968 in Los Angeles, California. On the back of the remembrance program is a handwritten note that reads, "Brij became quite religious the last few years of his life and wrote these poems and had them made into stickers and he would paste them on all his letters. We produced a few of them here.
"Great Music of India" Record Promotional Flyer
Promotional flyer for the 1958 album titled Great Music of India. According to the flyer, the album was packaged with a "free package of… enchanting Indian Incense" and a 20-page illustrated booklet with translations and background information about the music and sheet music for the Indian national anthem.
"Pioneer Immigrant, Engineer, Dies at 82"
Newspaper clipping featuring an article titled "Pioneer Immigrant, Engineer, Dies at 82." The article reports on the death of Syed Sirajuddin Kadri, who came to the U.S. in 1933 at the age of 19. Kadri went on to study at the University of Michigan, and moved to Los Angeles.