Letter from Anup Singh to Ellen Starr Brinton



DESCRIPTION
Letter from Anup Singh to Ellen Starr Brinton, dated March 18, 1941 responding to Brinton's letter from March 14.. Singh served as the director of the India Research Bureau for the ILA. The letter details publications sold by the League.

ADDITIONAL METADATA
Date: March 18, 1941
Subject(s): Ellen Starr Brinton
Type: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: Anup Singh
Location: 17 East 48th Street, New York, NY

TRANSCRIPTION
My dear Miss Brinton;

I enclose the other numbers of INDIA TODAY up to date, with the exception of the May and December issues, of which there are no more copies.

As your name is already on our mailing list I do not understand what happened to the other numbers. However, I suppose a few copies do go astray each month. We have also on hand reprints of various articles on India by Eric Beecroft of the University of California, also a reprint of the article by Jawaharlal Nehru which originally appeared in the Atlantic, entitled INDIA’S DEMAND AND BRITAIN’S ANSWER. These may all be had at ¢10 a copy. You can also order through the League, Jawaharlal Nehru's autobiography, TOWARD FREEDOM, and my own biography of him, NEHRU: THE RISING STAR OF INDIA. TOWARD is $4.00 a copy, and NEHRU: THE RISING STAR OF INDIA is $1.75.

Sincerely,

Anup Singh

PROVENANCE
Holding Institution: Swarthmore College
Collection: Peace Collection at Swarthmore College
Item History: 2012-08-11 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)

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