The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Sripati Chandrasekhar Papers, 1879-2001

MSS-189

Size: 78 linear feet

Provenance: Gift of Sheila Chandrasekhar, San Diego, California, 2002

Access: open

Collection Summary: International demographer, economist, sociologist, and scholar (1918-2001). Included in the collection is  Dr. Chandrasekhar’s correspondence, research files, publications, and photographs.  See the finding aid for a complete list.

Subjects: Medicine and Health, Sripati Chandrasekhar

Processing Note:

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

Completed by: Kimberly Brownlee, David Chelminski, Mary Koslovsky, & Bea Bridenbaugh, 2002-2007, updated by Tamara Jones, October 2009, updated by Mariah Startzman, November 2011, Kisora Thomas, February 2014.

 

 

 

 

NOTE:  This collection is located at the NWOBD

 

Table of Contents

Biographical Sketch 1
Brief Chronology of Dr. Chandrasekhar's Life 3
List of Family Members 6
Scope and Content Note 7
Conservation Note 11
Series Descriptions 12
Box and Folder Inventory 19
Correspondence
General/Professional, arranged chronologically 19
General/Professional, arranged by subject 28
Personal/Family 29
Notable Correspondents 30
Biographical files
Press clippings 32
Press releases 33
Events 33
Awards, certificates, honorary degrees, and other honors 34
Curriculum vitae 34
Travel material 35
Miscellaneous biographical and personal material 35
Autobiographical material 36
Works of Dr. Chandrasekhar
Papers, articles, speeches, manuscripts 39
Book reviews, press summaries, and publishers' blurbs 62
Photographs, Photographic Materials, & Audio-visual material
Photographs 63
Photo albums 70
Audio-visual material 70
Printed Material
Newspaper clippings 71
Newsletters 78
Pamphlets and booklets 84
Reprints 89
Government publications 92
Conference materials 96
Journals and magazines 102
Newspapers 105
Maps 105
Foreign language material 106
Career Files 106
Indian Institute for Population Studies and Population Review 107
Research Files
Abortion 109
Alaska 109
Birth Control and Family Planning 110
Hindu View of Population 112
India 113
Indian Diaspora 115
Miscellaneous subject files 116
Population (general) 119
Women 121
Ann Downes Chandrasekhar's papers 125
Exhibit Material 126
Bibliography of Dr. Chandrasekhar's writings 127

Biographical Sketch

         Dr. Sripati Chandrasekhar was a well-known international demographer, economist, sociologist, and scholar.  He spent his life advocating population control for his native India, because he believed that was the best way to improve the country's economy and protect its fragile hold on democracy.  He struggled to educate the Indian people on family planning methods, particularly striving to spread the word to the remote villages throughout the country.  He supported abortion for women and sterilization for men, and promoted artificial birth control methods and the use of contraceptives such as the pill and IUD.  Many of his views were considered controversial, and he often faced considerable opposition, particularly in rural areas of the country where large families were seen as an economic necessity.

         Chandrasekhar, or Chandra as he was known to friends, was born in 1918 in Rajahmundry, India, one of six children of Sripati Sarangapani and Bavanula Rajamma Rao.  He attended Vorhees High School in Vellore, India, and Madras Presidency College, where he wrote his first paper on India's population problems.  "From then on," Chandrasekhar said, "I lived and breathed demography."  In 1938 he graduated with a B.A. in economics, followed by an M.A. the next year.  In 1940 he traveled to New York City and attended Columbia University and New York University, where he studied demography, sociology, and statistics.  In 1944 he earned a Ph.D. in Sociology from New York University, having written his dissertation on India's population problems.       

         After completing his education, he lectured on India's economic and social problems at The University of Pennsylvania, and in 1945 worked as an expert in Indian demography for the U.S. Office of Strategic Services.  From 1945 to 1947 he traveled around the U.S. promoting India's political independence from Great Britain.  In June 1947 he married Ann Downes, an American Quaker from New Jersey, and shortly thereafter returned to India to accept an appointment as professor and chair of the Economics Department at Annamalai University.  In 1948 he went to Paris and served as director of demographic research for UNESCO.  In 1950 he started the Indian Institute for Population Studies (IIPS) and from 1951 to 1955 was professor and chair of the Economics Department at the University of Baroda.  Beginning in 1953, Chandrasekhar spent two years at the London School of Economics as a Nuffield Fellow in demography, and attended international conferences.  From 1956 to 1957 he focused his efforts again on the IIPS, and the next year traveled through communist China studying its population and social and economic trends.  From 1959 to 1960, Chandrasekhar lectured in various countries around the world, returning to the United States as a visiting professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh in 1961, and lecturing across the country in 1962.  From 1964 to 1965 he served as visiting professor of Demography at the University of California-Riverside and delivered National Science Foundation lectures. 

         In April 1964, Chandrasekhar was elected to the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of India's parliament) as a member of the Indian National Congress Party representing Madras.  In this capacity he was able to promote population control measures on the parliamentary level.  He was so successful in getting his message heard that three years later Prime Minister Indira Gandhi appointed him Union Minister of Health and Family Planning.  As Minister he launched a massive campaign to promote smaller families and proposed a "cafeteria approach" to birth control for women.  Eventually his campaign included advocating for compulsory sterilization for men with large families, but this measure was unsuccessful as it was considered too drastic.  He also advocated delaying the age of marriage, improving education for girls, and letting women join the workforce.

         Chandrasekhar often met with world leaders to discuss and advise them on the issues of population control, and to gain support for India's programs.  In January 1968 he met with U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, who assured him that although the country was cutting back on foreign aid, it would continue to support India's family planning program.  That same year he was elected chairman of the International Association for Voluntary Sterilization.

         From 1971 to 1975 Chandrasekhar taught sociology and demography at various U.S. institutions, including the University of California-Los Angeles.  In 1975, he returned to India and became Vice Chancellor of Annamalai University.  He spent the last 20 years of his life traveling around the world teaching, lecturing, and attending conferences on population control. 

         For his life's work, Chandrasekhar saw the average number of babies born to Indian women reduced from six to three, but better living conditions and improved health care resulted in longer life spans, effectively nullifying the reduction in the birth rate. Today, India's population level remains dangerously high. 

         Chandrasekhar died June 14, 2001, in San Diego, California.

References:

Brownlee, K., & Johnson, D.  (2004).  The Papers of Dr. Sripati Chandrasekhar.  Population Review, 43(2).

Chandrasekhar, Sripati.  (September 2001).  Current Biography, 62(9), 86.

Martin, D.  (23 June 2001).  Sripati Chandrasekhar, Indian demographer, dies at 83. New York Times (Late New York Edition), pp. A11.

 

Brief chronology of Dr. Chandrasekhar's life

Nov. 1918

Born, Rajahmundry, India.

1938

Graduated, Madras Presidency College with a BA in economics.

1939

Graduated, Madras Presidency College with an MA in economics.

1940

Studied demography, sociology, & statistics at New York University and Columbia University.

1944

Earned PhD in sociology from New York University, his dissertation on India's population problems.

1944-45

Lectured on Indian economic and social problems, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Pennsylvania & Asia Institute in New York City.

1945

Worked for Office of Strategic Services in Washington, DC, as an expert in Indian demography.

1945-47

Traveled U.S. lecturing for India's political independence for Pearl Buck's East-West Association.

1947

Returned to India. Appointed Professor & Chair of Economics Department at Annamalai University.

1948

Directed demographic research for UNESCO in Paris, France.

1950

Returned to Annamalai University, started IIPS.

1951-55

University of Baroda, Professor & Chair of Economics Department.

1953-55

Nuffield Fellow in demography at London School of Economics Attended conferences in Sweden, Italy, Austria, & Japan.

1956-57

Directed IIPS. Traveled at home and abroad lecturing.

1958-59

Traveled through communist China, studying the population situation as well as social and economic trends.

1959

Delivered a lecture series in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

1960

Granary Fund of American Foundation sponsored lectures at universities in Middle East and Africa.

1960

Lectured in U.S.

1961

Visiting professor of economics, University of Pittsburgh.

1962

Lectured in U.S.

1964-65

Visiting professor of demography, University of California Riverside, and delivered National Science Foundation lectures. Received Watumull prize for distinguished work in demography.

Apr. 1964

Elected to the Rajya Sabha, upper house of India's parliament, as a member of the Indian National Congress Party representing Madras. Promoted population control measures to parliament.

Mar. 1967

Appointed Minister of Health and Family Planning by Indira Gandhi. Launched massive campaign to promote smaller families and proposed "cafeteria approach" to birth control to women (that is to offer them all possible means). Eventually advocated compulsory sterilization for men with large families, but this was considered too drastic. Advocated later marriage age, for education for girls, and letting women into the work force.

1967

Led Indian delegation to WHO conferences in Switzerland and Mongolian People's Republic. Addressed Public Relations World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Nov. 1967

Appointed State Minister in Ministry of Health, Family Planning, and Urban Development.

Jan. 1968

Met with U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, who promised that although the U.S. was cutting back on foreign aid, it would continue to support India's family planning program.

1968

Elected Chairman of the International Association for Voluntary Sterilization.

1969

Received Kaufman Award. Addressed International Red Cross conference in Switzerland. Received M.D. honoris causa, Academy of Medical Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.

1970

Addressed Second World Food Conference in the Netherlands.

1971

Appointed Distinguished Fellow, Battelle Memorial Research Center, Seattle, Washington. Lectured in U.S. and Canada.

1972-73

Appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor of Sociology, California State University, San Diego, California.

1974

Addressed United Nations Third World Population Conference, Bucharest, Rumania.

1974-75

Appointed Visiting Professor of Health and Family Planning, School of Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles.

1975

Appointed Vice Chancellor, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu, India. Appointed Regents Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara. Spoke at Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo.

1976-78

Attended conference in New Zealand, and delivered lectures in Hawaii and Malaysia.

1979

Held joint appointment as Visiting Professor, University of California School of Public Health, Berkeley, and Department of Sociology, California State University, Hayward.

1980

Appointed Lucie Stern Trustee Professor of Sociology, Mills College, Oakland, California.

1984-85

Appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor of Asian Demography, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

1985-86

Appointed Visiting Professor of Sociology, University of Texas, El Paso.

1987-88

Lectured in Mauritius and Ireland.

1989-90

Appointed Fellow, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, India.

1991-92

As Chairman of the Indian Medical Education Association in the U.S., traveled to Nepal with a delegation of Indian physicians resident in the U.S. to "gift-invest" a medical college for Nepal.

1994-96

Appointed Visiting Distinguished Professor of Demography and Sociology, University of North Texas, Denton.

2001

Died in San Diego, California.

 

List of Family Members

Maternal Grandfather:

Bavanula Rangah Rao

Parents:

Sripati Sarangapani

Bavanula Rajamma Rao

Wife:

Ann Downes Chandrasekhar

Daughters:

Radha Chandrasekhar Ahlstrom

Her husband: Harlow G. "Hal" Ahlstrom

Prema Chandrasekhar

Sheila Chandrasekhar

Brothers & families:

Sripati Bhaskara Rao (Bacchi)

His wife: Susheela __________

S. Rammohan Rao

His daughters:

Leela

Bhanushri

Rajyashri (Raji)

Vijayashri (Vijji)

Sripati Ranganadha (Ranji)

His wife: Sitalakshmi (Sita)

Sisters & families:

Kanthi Lakshmi Reddy

Her husband: Dr. Vithal Reddy

Her daughter: Padma Kaila

Saro Shridevi ("Akka")

Ann Chandrasekhar's

Anne Miller

Family:

Chauncey D. (Chan) Downes

Scope and Content Note

            This collection was donated to the Canaday Center by Dr. Chandrasekhar's family in 2002.  It includes correspondence, biographical files, Dr. Chandrasekhar's writings, photographs, printed material, career files, files of the Indian Institute for Population Studies (IIPS) and the journal Population Review, and research files.  It also includes a small collection of the papers and personal materials of Mrs. Ann Chandrasekhar, Dr. Chandrasekhar's wife, and a small amount of material set aside for use in exhibits.

            The correspondence files cover the years 1938 to 2000, with a large concentration occurring during the late 1960s and 1970s.  The vast majority of the correspondence documents his day-to-day business and professional life.  In addition, there is a section of personal correspondence, limited to Dr. Chandrasekhar's family members, that offers a glimpse into his personal life.  Finally, because Dr. Chandrasekhar communicated with many well-known personalities during his life, a separate section was created for this material. 

            The biographical files contain a wide variety of material documenting Chandrasekhar's life and work, and cover the period from 1918 to 2001.   This is where the researcher will find the notes, essays, and snippets he had begun recording in preparation for writing his autobiography.  Material such as press clippings and releases, and his curriculum vitae, provide additional detail.  Items such as his awards and honorary degrees, diaries, appointment calendars, travel itineraries, and mementos allow a personal and sentimental glimpse into his life. 

            Throughout his entire life Chandrasekhar was a prolific writer, publishing over 30 books and hundreds of articles.  The collection’s series of Dr. Chandrasekhar's works contains a large amount of this material, some of it in published and printed format, while some remains in typescript and manuscript format.  In addition to book manuscripts and articles, this section contains the text of speeches and addresses, conference papers, and other material he wrote during the years 1937 to 1996.  It also includes books reviews, press summaries, and publishers' blurbs about his writings.  Much of his written work covers the topics of population control, family planning, and birth control.  However, he also wrote about many other subjects, including migration, Indian culture and history, environmental and health issues, and food production and nutrition.  There is a tribute to Indira Gandhi, an article about Chandrasekhar's meeting with Mahatma Gandhi, several articles on China's population, and even a typescript of a short article he submitted to Reader's Digest's "Life in These United States." 

            The photographs and photographic materials include numerous images of Chandrasekhar at various ages, and recall some of the major events in his life, people he met, and places he visited.  Friends, family, and acquaintances are also represented here, including several well-known personalities.  In addition to photographs of his wife, children, and siblings, there is a photograph of Chandrasekhar's father, Sripati Sarangapani Naidu.  Among the significant events in his life documented here are his meeting with President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968, receiving the Kaufman Award and his visit to Hungary, both in 1969, and numerous speeches and addresses he delivered.  Well-known personalities represented in the photographs include Indira Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Zakir Husain (autographed), Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Margaret Sanger, and former Michigan Governor George W. Romney.  The series also contains photo albums documenting special events in his life.  The Audio-visual material contains a reel of 16 mm film showing Chandrasekhar's February 12, 1969, appearance on the Today Show, during which Joe Garagiola and Hugh Downs interviewed him on the subject of India's family planning program.  This section also contains a reel-to-reel audio recording of his speech at the Population Crisis Committee, held in Washington, DC, on January 12, 1968.

            The printed material is composed of published and professionally printed matter Chandrasekhar gathered in the course of his research.  This section includes newspaper clippings, newsletters, newspapers, article reprints, pamphlets, government publications, conference materials, journals and magazines, and maps, and covers a range of subjects too numerous to list. 

            The career files series contains various files from Dr. Chandrasekhar's terms as Union Minister for Health and Family Planning, Vice Chancellor of Annamalai University, and Member of India's Parliament.  It covers the period from 1968-1979, and includes correspondence, committee and association files, and files on scattered topics pertinent to his various positions.

            The series on the Indian Institute for Population Studies (IIPS) and Population Review document the history of IIPS from 1950-1981, and the journal for the years 1949-1950, and 1955-2000.  It is composed of editor's files, office files, correspondence, and government reports and communiqués.  This is where the researcher will find material such as unpublished manuscripts submitted to Population Review, promotional materials, and IIPS membership lists. 

            The research files are composed of research notes and remnants of material not placed elsewhere in the collection.  This material was divided into the following topics:  Abortion, Alaska, Birth Control and Family Planning, Hindu View of Population, India, Indian Diaspora, Population (general), and Women.  There is also a section of Miscellaneous subjects containing notes and remnants on various topics.

            The series of Ann Downes Chandrasekhar's papers includes a small amount of personal correspondence not associated with her in her capacity as secretary for the IIPS.  It also includes a fragment of her written autiobiography; and a section of personal material composed of a small amount of poetry, and a single "diary" that served more as a daily appointment calendar and record of household finances.

            Finally, the Exhibit material series is composed of items set aside for use in future exhibits.  It contains two issues of Population Review, several of Dr. Chandrasekhar's books, and labels used in past exhibits.  Research copies of all of these items, excluding the labels, can be found elsewhere in the library's collections.

There is much overlap in this collection, so researchers will want to look at all areas of the finding aid in order to determine whether they are seeing all that it contains on a particular subject of interest.  For example, a researcher interested in abortion should not only check the "Research Files" section on "Abortion," but also the subsections on "Birth Control and Family Planning" and "Miscellaneous Subject Files," as well as the series "Printed Material."

In addition to Dr. Chandrasekhar's personal papers, his family donated his extensive personal library.  These books are currently being evaluated and cataloged.

Series List

S1

Correspondence

1938-2001

16.5 linear ft.

 

Researchers should be aware that small amounts of correspondence also exists in other series in the collection, such as the series on the Indian Institute for Population Studies and Population Review, and Career Files.  This series occasionally contains the correspondence of others that Dr. Chandrasekhar, for whatever reason, acquired.  A small amount of the correspondence is written in the languages Tamil and Teluga.

 

Subseries A:  General/Professional correspondence

Arranged chronologically

 

Documents Dr. Chandrasekhar's daily business and professional life.  These files frequently contain various types of material in the form of attachments to the correspondence.  This subseries is further subdivided into two sections.  The first, and largest section, is arranged chronologically.  The second section is arranged by subject.  The researcher should know that there may be additional correspondence on these subjects interfiled in the chronologically-arranged section of General/Professional correspondence. 

Subseries B:  Personal correspondence

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent's last name

 

Contains letters and greeting cards to and from Dr. Chandrasekhar's immediate family members.  Immediate family members include Mrs. Chandrasekhar, his children, his siblings and their spouses, and his nieces.  There is a small amount of correspondence from persons who are possible, but unconfirmed, relatives at the end of this subseries.

 

Subseries C:  Notable correspondents

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent's last name

 

Dr. Chandrasekhar communicated with many well-known personalities, and this subseries contains their correspondence.  Represented here are communications between Dr. Chandrasekhar and such noteworthy figures as Indira Gandhi, Zakir Husain, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Henry Kissinger, Pearl Buck, Margaret Sanger, and Al Gore.  Also represented here are organizations such as the Ford, Rockefeller, and Watumull Foundations.

 

 

S2

Biographical material

1937, 1941-2000

8 linear feet

 

Subseries A:  Press clippings

1948-88, 1990, 1992-97, and undated

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains newspaper clippings that mention Dr. Chandrasekhar personally.

 

Subseries B:  Press releases

1952, 1959-71, 1973-78, 1981, 1984-85, 1993, and undated

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains press clippings that mention Dr. Chandrasekhar personally

 

Subseries C:  Events

1941-47, 1951-98, and undated

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains invitations, announcements, flyers, posters, programs, etc., relating to Dr. Chandrasekhar's speeches, lecture tours, and other events he was asked to attend.

 

Subseries D:  Awards, certificates, honorary degress, and other honors

1942, 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967-70, 1976-78, & miscellaneous

Arranged alphabetically by title of award or honor

 

Contains awards bestowed upon Dr. Chandrasekhar during his lifetime.

 

Subseries E:  Curriculum Vitae

ca. 1949, 1974, ca. 1977-79, 1990, 1995, 1999-2000, and undated

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains copies of Dr. Chandrasekhar's curriculum vitae through the years of his career.

 

Subseries F: Travel material

1943, 1957, 1960, 1962, 1965-71, 1975-78, 1983, 1988-96, and undated

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains travel itineraries and schedules.  Neither the itineraries nor the schedules are complete.

 

Subseries G:  Miscellaneous biographical and personal material

Scattered dates

Arranged alphabetically

 

Contains miscellaneous personal items such as Dr. Chandrasekhar's Parliamentary Railway Pass; a record of his meeting with U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson; his

 

address books and rolodex; a survey map of his land in Madras, India; business cards, biographical sketches and poems, testimonials, etc.

 

Subseries H:  Autobiographical material

 

Section 1.  Appointment calendars and personal diaries

1937, 1954, 1956-57, 1960-61, 1964-82, 1984, 1987, 1990, 1992-95, and 2000

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains Dr. Chandrasekhar's daily appointment calendars and personal diaries

 

Section 2:  Autobiographical notes and essays

Scattered dates

Arranged alphabetically by topic

 

Contains notes, "snippets," autobiographical essays, and other material Dr. Chandrasekhar collected in preparation for writing his autobiography.  Includes both manuscript and typescript material.  Arranged alphabetically by the heading Dr. Chandrasekhar assigned to the material, with the exception of two large sections of "miscellaneous" and "typescript" material.

 

 

S3

Works of Dr. Chandrasekhar

1937-47, 1949-71, 1974-82, 1974-87, 1994, 1996-97, and undated

7.5 linear feet

Arranged alphabetically by title of work

 

Contains copies of many of Dr. Chandrasekhar's writings, and includes papers, articles, speeches, and book drafts.  Also includes reviews, press summaries, and publishers' blurbs of some of his books.

 

 

S4

Photographs, Photographic Materials, and Audio-visual material

1925, 1930's-1990's, and undated

3.75 linear feet, plus 4 reels and 3 VHS videotapes

 

Subseries A:  Photographs

1925, 1930's-1990's, and undated

Arranged alphabetically by subject

 

Contains numerous photographs of Dr. Chandrasekhar throughout his lifetime.  Also includes photographs of family members (including his father, Sripati Sarangapani Naidu), friends, and acquaintances.  Among the notable people represented in this series are Indira Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Zakir Husain, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, and Margaret Sanger.   The photographs also cover many of the events in Dr.

Chandrasekhar's life and places he visited.  Unfortunately, a good many of the photographs are unidentified.

 

Subseries B:  Photograph albums

1967-70, 1977-78, and 1992

Arranged chronologically

 

Contains photo albums documenting special events in Dr. Chandrasekhar's life

 

Subseries C:  Audio-visual material

1968-69; 4 reels plus 3 VHS videotapes

 

Contains a reel of 16 mm film showing Chandrasekhar's February 12, 1969, appearance on the Today Show, and three copies of the recording on VHS videotape.  Also contains three reel-to-reel audiotapes that record his speech at the Population Crisis Committee, held in Washington, DC, on January 12, 1968.

 

 

S5

Printed material

1931-32, 1934, 1937-38, 1941-2000

18 linear feet

 

Subseries A:  Newspaper clippings

1941-2000 and undated

Arranged alphabetically by subject

 

Contains clippings on subjects of interest to Dr. Chandrasekhar.  Many items are undated and from unidentified sources.  Also contains scattered magazine articles.  Includes photocopies of newspaper clippings

 

Subseries B:  Newsletters

1879-82, 1931-32, 1934, 1938, 1941, 1944, 1949-2000

Arranged alphabetically by title

 

Contains newsletters from various organizations and on various topics.

 

Subseries C:  Pamphlets and Booklets

Various dates

Arranged alphabetically by subject

 

Contains pamphlets and booklets on subjects of interest to Dr. Chandrasekhar

 

Subseries D:  Reprints

Various dates

Arranged alphabetically by subject

 

Contains reprints on subjects of interest to Dr. Chandrasekhar.  Also includes some magazine articles.

 

Subseries E:  Government Publications

1955-56, 1958-59, 1961-66, 1968-79, 1986-87, 1992, 1996, and undated

Arranged alphabetically by title

 

Includes publications from the governments of India, Australia, and the United States

 

Subseries F:  Conference Materials

1937-38, 1940, 1944, 1949, 1952-78, 1980, 1984, 1968-88, 1992, 1994, 1996, and undated

Arranged alphabetically by name of conference

 

Contents of folders vary.  Includes materials such as proceedings, reports, information bulletins, addresses, papers presented, lists of participants, programs, constitutions, brochures, registration material, schedules, resolutions, notes, and minutes.  A special notation is made to indicate in which of the conferences Dr. Chandrasekhar was a participant.

 

Subseries G:  Journals and Magazines

1948-49, 1951, 1955-63, 1966-81, 1983-86, 1988-94, 2000, and undated

Arranged alphabetically by name of journal or magazine

 

Contains issues of various journals and magazines that Dr. Chandrasekhar saved.

 

Subseries H:  Newspapers

1965-66, 1972-76, 1981, 1985, 1991-93, 1997-99, and undated

Arranged alphabetically by name of newspaper

 

Contains scattered issues of various newspapers that Dr. Chandrasekhar saved.

 

Subseries I:  Maps

No dates

Arranged alphabetically by subject of map

 

Contains various maps that Dr. Chandrasekhar saved.

 

Subseries J:  Foreign Language Material

No dates

Arranged alphabetically by type of material

 

Primarily consists of material written in the Indian languages Tamil and Teluga, but also includes scattered material written in various other languages.  Additional foreign language material in other places in the collection because, for various reasons, it was possible to file it in its appropriate place.  For example, foreign language correspondence that had a discernable date was filed chronologically with general correspondence if there was a discernable date written on it

 

 

S6

Career files

1968-79

Arranged alphabetically

 

Contains various files from Dr. Chandrasekhar's terms as Union Minister of State for Health and Family Planning, Vice Chancellor of Annamalai University, and Member of India's Parliament.  Includes correspondence, committee and association files, and files on other scattered topics.

 

 

S7

Indian Institute for Population Studies (IIPS) and Population Review files

1949-2000

Arranged alphabetically by subject

 

Contains editor's files, office files, correspondence, and government reports and communiqués.  Includes unpublished manuscripts, promotional material, and membership lists.  The interested researcher should also check the general correspondence files for material related to this series. 

 

 

S8

Research files

No dates

22 linear feet

Arranged alphabetically by topic within the individual subseries

 

Contains notes, working drafts, typescripts, photocopies of articles, and other miscellaneous research materials on the following topics/subseries:

 

A.  Abortion

B.  Alaska

C.  Birth control and family planning

D.  Hindu view of population

E.  India

F.  Indian Diaspora

G.  Miscellaneous subject files

H.  Population

I.   Women

 

 

S9

Ann Downes Chandrasekhar's papers

1947, 1952, 1954-56, 1958-59, 1961-75, 1977-78, 1980-85, 1987-89, 1993, 1997-2000, and undated

.5 linear feet

Arranged chronologically (correspondence)

 

 

S10

Exhibit material

 

Contains examples from the collection set aside for use in future exhibits, as well as labels from past exhibits

 

Box and Folder Inventory

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

S1.  CORRESPONDENCE

 

 

 

 

 

A.  General/Professional Correspondence

 

 

 

1

1

1938-40

 

2

1941-42

 

3

1943 (includes application materials for admission to Oxford)

 

4

1944-45

 

5

1946

 

6

1947

 

7

1948-49

 

8

1950, January-June

 

9

1950, July-December

 

10

1951

 

11

1952

 

12

1953, January-June

 

13

1953, July-December

 

14

1954, January-March

 

15

1954, April-June

 

16

1954, July-September

 

17

1954, October-December

 

18

1955, January

 

19

1955, February

 

20

1955, March

 

21

1955, April

 

22

1955, May

 

23

1955, June

 

24

1955, July

 

25

1955, August

 

26

1955, September

 

27

1955, October

 

28

1955, November

 

29

1955, December

 

30

1956, January-March

 

31

1956, April-June

 

32

1956, July-September

 

33

1956, October-December

 

34

1957, Jaunary-March

2

1

1957, April-June

 

2

1957, July-September

 

3

1957, October-December

 

4

1958, January-March

 

5

1958, April-June

 

6

1958, July-September

 

7

1958, October-December

 

8

1959, January-March

 

9

1959, April-June

 

10

1959, July-September

 

11

1959, October-December

 

12

1960, January

 

13

1960, February

 

14

1960, March

 

15

1960, April

 

16

1960, May-June

 

17

1960, July-August

 

18

1960, September-October

 

19

1960, November-December

3

1

1961, January

 

2

1961, February

 

3

1961, March

 

4

1961, April

 

5

1961, May

 

6

1961, June

 

7

1961, July

 

8

1961, August

 

9

1961, September

 

10

1961, October

 

11

1961, November

 

12

1961, December

 

13

1962, January

 

14

1962, February

 

15

1962, March

 

16

1962, April

 

17

1962, May

 

18

1962, June

 

19

1962, July

 

20

1962, August

 

21

1962, September

 

22

1962, October

 

23

1962, November

 

24

1962, December

 

25

1963, January-February

 

26

1963, March-April

 

27

1963, May-June

 

28

1963, July-August

 

29

1963, September

 

30

1963, October

 

31

1963, November

 

32

1963, December

4

1

1964, January

 

2

1964, February

 

3

1964, March

 

4

1964, April

 

5

1964, May

 

6

1964, June

 

7

1964, July

 

8

1964, August

 

9

1964, September

 

10

1964, October

 

11

1964, November

 

12

1964, December

 

13

1965, January

 

14

1965, February

 

15

1965, March

 

16

1965, April

 

17

1965, May

 

18

1965, June

 

19

1965, July

 

20

1965, August

 

21

1965, September

 

22

1965, October

 

23

1965, November

 

24

1965, December

 

25

1966, January

 

26

1966, February

 

27

1966, March

 

28

1966, April

 

29

1966, May

 

30

1966, June

 

31

1966, July

 

32

1966, August

 

33

1966, September

 

34

1966, October

 

35

1966, November

 

36

1966, December

5

1

1967, January

 

2

1967, February

 

3

1967, March

 

4

1967, April

 

5

1967, May

 

6

1967, June

 

7

1967, July

 

8

1967, August

 

9

1967, September

 

10

1967, October

 

11

1967, November

 

12

1967, December

 

13

1968, January

 

14

1968, February

 

15

1968, March

 

16

1968, April

 

17

1968, May

 

18

1968, June

 

19

1968, July

 

20

1968, August

6

1

1968, September

 

2

1968, October

 

3

1968, November

 

4

1968, December

 

5

1969, January

 

6

1969, February

 

7

1969, March

 

8

1969, April

 

9

1969, May

 

10

1969, June

 

11

1969, July

 

12

1969, August

 

13

1969, September

 

14

1969, October

 

15

1969, November

 

16

1969, December

 

17

1970, January

 

18

1970, February

 

19

1970, March

 

20

1970, April

 

21

1970, May

 

22

1970, June

 

23

1970, July

 

24

1970, August

 

25

1970, September

 

26

1970, October

 

27

1970, November

 

28

1970, December

7

1

1971, January

 

2

1971, February

 

3

1971, March

 

4

1971, April

 

5

1971, May

 

6

1971, June

 

7

1971, July

 

8

1971, August

 

9

1971, September

 

10

1971, October

 

11

1971, November

 

12

1971, December

 

13

1972, January

 

14

1972, February

 

15

1972, March

 

16

1972, April

 

17

1972, May

 

18

1972, June

 

19

1972, July

 

20

1972, August

 

21

1972, September

 

22

1972, October

 

23

1972, November

 

24

1972, December

 

25

1973, January

 

26

1973, February

 

27

1973, March

 

28

1973, April

 

29

1973, May

 

30

1973, June

 

31

1973, July

 

32

1973, August

 

33

1973, September

 

34

1973, October

 

35

1973, November

 

36

1973, December

8

1

1974, January

 

2

1974, February

 

3

1974, March

 

4

1974, April

 

5

1974, May

 

6

1974, June

 

7

1974, July

 

8

1974, August

 

9

1974, September

 

10

1974, October

 

11

1974, November

 

12

1974, December

 

13

1975, January

 

14

1975, February

 

15

1975, March

 

16

1975, April

 

17

1975, May

 

18

1975, June

 

19

1975, July

 

20

1975, August

 

21

1975, September

 

22

1975, October

 

23

1975, November

 

24

1975, December

 

25

1976, January

 

26

1976, February

 

27

1976, March

 

28

1976, April

9

1

1976, May

 

2

1976, June

 

3

1976, July

 

4

1976, August

 

5

1976, September

 

6

1976, October

 

7

1976, November 1-14

 

8

1976, November 15-30

 

9

1976, December 1-14

 

10

1976, December 15-31

 

11

1977, January

 

12

1977, February

 

13

1977, March

 

14

1977, April

 

15

1977, May

 

16

1977, June

 

17

1977, July

 

18

1977, August

10

1

1977, September

 

2

1977, October

 

3

1977, November

 

4

1977, December

 

5

1978, January

 

6

1978, February

 

7

1978, March 1-14

 

8

1978, March 5-31

 

9

1978, April

 

10

1978, May

 

11

1978, June

 

12

1978, July

 

13

1978, August

 

14

1978, September

 

15

1978, October

 

16

1978, November

 

17

1978, December

11

1

1979, January

 

2

1979, February

 

3

1979, March

 

4

1979, April

 

5

1979, May

 

6

1979, June

 

7

1979, July

 

8

1979, August

 

9

1979, September

 

10

1979, October

 

11

1979, November

 

12

1979, December

 

13

1980, January

 

14

1980, February

 

15

1980, March

 

16

1980, April

 

17

1980, May

 

18

1980, June

 

19

1980, July

 

20

1980, August

 

21

1980, September

 

22

1980, October

 

23

1980, November

 

24

1980, December

 

25

1981, January

 

26

1981, February

 

27

1981, March

 

28

1981, April

 

29

1981, May

 

30

1981, June

 

31

1981, July

 

32

1981, August

 

33

1981, September

 

34

1981, October

 

35

1981, November

 

36

1981, December

 

37

1982, January

 

38

1982, February

 

39

1982, March

 

40

1982, April

 

41

1982, May

 

42

1982, June

 

43

1982, July

 

44

1982, August

 

45

1982, September

 

46

1982, October

 

47

1982, November

 

48

1982, December

 

49

1983, January

 

50

1983, February

 

51

1983, March

12

1

1983, April

 

2

1983, May

 

3

1983, June

 

4

1983, July

 

5

1983, August

 

6

1983, September

 

7

1983, October

 

8

1983, November

 

9

1983, December

 

10

1984, January

 

11

1984, February

 

12

1984, March

 

13

1984, April

 

14

1984, May

 

15

1984, June

 

16

1984, July

 

17

1984, August

 

18

1984, September

 

19

1984, October

 

20

1984, November

 

21

1984, December

 

22

1985, January

 

23

1985, February

 

24

1985, March

 

25

1985, April

 

26

1985, May

 

27

1985, June

 

28

1985, July

 

29

1985, August

 

30

1985, September

 

31

1985, October

 

32

1985, November

 

33

1985, December

 

34

1986, January

 

35

1986, February

 

36

1986, March

 

37

1986, April

 

38

1986, May

 

39

1986, June

 

40

1986, July

 

41

1986, August

 

42

1986, September

 

43

1986, October

 

44

1986, November

 

45

1986, December

 

46

1987, January-June

 

47

1987, July-December

 

48

1988, January-June

 

49

1988, July-December

13

1

1989, January-June

 

2

1989, July-December

 

3

1990, January-June

 

4

1990, July-December

 

5

1991, January-June

 

6

1991, July-December

 

7

1992, January-June

 

8

1992, July-December

 

9

1993, January-March

 

10

1993, April-June

 

11

1993, July-September

 

12

1993, October-December

 

13

1994, January-March

 

14

1994, April-June

 

15

1994, July-September

 

16

1994, October-December

 

17

1995, January-June

 

18

1995, July-December

 

19

1996, January-March

 

20

1996, April-June

 

21

1996, July-September

 

22

1996, October-December

14

1

1997, January-June

 

2

1997, July-December

 

3

1998, January-June

 

4

1998, July-December

 

5

1999

 

6

2000

 

7

2001

 

8

Undated

 

9

Undated

 

10

Undated

 

11

Undated

 

12

Undated greeting cards

 

13

Undated greeting cards

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence by subject and correspondent

 

 

 

 

14

Asia's Population Problems (book)

 

15

Aspen Institute

 

16

Baroda University, Professor of Economics

 

17

Bowling Green-Toledo visit, December 1975

 

18

Burma

 

19

Center for Scholars and Writers, New York Public Library

 

20

China visit

 

21

Colloquial Tamil Self Taught (book)

 

22

Dunedin, New Zealand, meeting

 

23

Gauhati University

 

24

The Granary Fund, 1958-1962

15

1

International Seminar on Fertility Control

 

2

Kaufman Award, July-November 1969

 

3

Lecture tour, 1942-43

 

4

Letters for novel

 

5

Magsaysay Award (also includes application and informational materials)

 

41

Meeting with U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1968

 

6

Nagarathar Endowment Memorial Lectures, University of Malaya, August 2, 1978

 

7

Nagarathars and Sri Lanka/Ceylon visit

 

8

National Humanities Center Fellowship

 

9

National Seminar, Law and Population in India

 

10

Nobel Peace Prize

 

11

Pathfinder Fund

 

12

Ramachandran, Tara

 

13

Readings in Economic Development (book)

 

14

Tata, J.R.D., businesses, institutes, etc.

 

15

Ulan Bator

 

16

World Assembly of Youth, July/August 1964, Amherst, MA, 1963-64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.  Personal/Family Correspondence

 

 

 

 

17

Ahlstrom, Harlow G. "Hal," 1976-77 & 1980

 

18

Ahlstrom, Radha Chandrasekhar, 1960-79

 

19

Ahlstrom, Radha Chandrasekhar, 1982-2000 & undated

 

20

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1947 & 1951

 

21

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1955

 

22

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1957

 

23

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1958

 

24

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1960

 

25

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1961

 

26

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1962

 

27

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1963-64

 

28

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1965

 

29

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1966

 

30

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1967-68

 

31

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1969

 

32

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1970

 

33

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1971

 

34

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1972-75

 

35

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1976

 

36

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1977-78

 

37

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1980-84

 

38

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1986-89

 

39

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, 1990-94

 

40

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, undated

16

1

Chandrasekhar, Prema, 1960-63, 1965-66, 1969, 70-71, 1975-78, 1980, 1982-84, 1986-87, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1998-99, & undated

 

2

Chandrasekhar, Sheila, 1965, 1969, 1971-74, 1976-78, 1980-82, 1984-85, 1987-99 & undated

 

3

Downes, Ann Miller, 1955-58, 1960-61, 1963, & undated

 

4

Downes, Chauncey B. "Chan," 1954, 1957, 1963

 

5

Kaila, Padma, 1974-76, 1980, 1990, 1992-94, 1998-99, & udated

 

6

Rajyashri, S., 1975, 1978, 1984-85

 

7

Ranganadha, Sita, 1956, 1969-72, 1974-85, 1989-90, & undated

 

8

Ranganadha, Sripati, 1953, 1959

 

9

Ranganadha, Sripati, 1960-61, 1963, 1965, 1967-69

 

10

Ranganadha, Sripati, 1970-72, 1975, 1977-79

 

11

Ranganadha, Sripati, 1980-89 & undated

 

12

Ranganadha, Sripati, 1990-99 & undated

 

13

Ranganadha, Sripati, 2000-01

 

14

Rao, Bhanu Shri, 1975-80, 1982-83, & 1985

 

15

Rao, Leela, 1962, 1972-73, 1978, 1982, 1984, & undated

 

16

Rao, S. Rammohan, 1953, 1956, 1959, 1968-72, 1974-78, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1994, 2000-01, & undated

 

17

Rao, Sripati Bhaskara "Bachi," 1947, 1954-57, 1960-64, 1968-69 & undated

 

18

Reddy, Kanthi Lakshmi, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1985, 1997, 1999, & undated

 

19

Reddy, Vithal, 1971-72

 

20

Shridevi, S., 1951-52, 1954-55, & 1957-59

 

21

Shridevi, S., 1961-69

 

22

Shridevi, S., 1970-79

 

23

Shridevi, S., 1980-85, & 1988-89

 

24

Shridevi, S., 1990-91, 1993-97, & 1999

 

25

Shridevi, S., undated

 

26

Sripati, Vijayshri (Vijji), 1976, 1982, 1985-91, 1993-94, 1996, & 1998

 

27

Sushiladevi, Sripati, 1958-59, 1967, 1969, 1975, 1978-80, 1993, & 1996

 

28

Unidentified possible relatives

 

 

 

 

 

C.  Notable Correspondents

(Note:  ^ indicates the file contains correspondence to the person only)

 

 

 

 

29

Asimov, Isaac (American writer), 1980

 

30

Buck, Pearl S. (American novelist), 1946

 

31

Bunker, Ellsworth (U.S. Ambassador), 1961, 1965

 

32

Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan (Astrophyisicist & Nobel Prize Winner 1983), 1991, 1995, & undated

 

33

Church, Frank (U.S. Senator), 1965

 

34

Clinton, Bill (U.S. President), (copy of 1994 letter to Dr. Krishna R. Dronamraju and thank-you note)

 

35

Clinton, Hillary Rodham (U.S. First Lady &  Senator), 1995 ^

 

36

Cranston, Alan (U.S. Senator), 1985, 1990

 

37

Desai, Morarji (Prime Minister of India), 1968-69 & 1977-78

 

38

Deukmejian, George (Governor of California), 1992

 

39

Ford Foundation, 1955, 1957, 1960, 1962, 1965-70, 1974, 2000, & undated

 

40

Fuller, Buckminster (inventor, engineer, and writer), 1974

 

41

Galbraith, John Kenneth (economist and American Ambassador to India), 1963 & 1984

 

42

Gandhi,  Indira (Prime Minister of India, also includes correspondence from Mrs. Gandhi's secretaries and aides on her behalf), 1966-71, 1973, 1975-76, 1980, & undated

 

43

Gandhi, Rajiv (Prime Minister of India), 1984-85 ^

 

44

Ginsburg/Gaines, Irving D. (Former student, this correspondence helps to explain a program conducted at the University of Pennsylvania in the early 1940s in which U.S. military students were taught about Indian language and culture.  Dr. Chandrasekhar was involved in this program, and the interested researcher will also want to consult related correspondence from Leo Schoenbrun in this collection), 1971 & 1993

 

45

Giri, V.V. (Acting President of India & Vice President of India), 1968 & 1971

 

46

Godfrey, Arthur (radio and television personality), 1971 ^

 

47

Gore, Al (U.S. Vice President), 2000

 

48

Harriman, W. Averell (American government official), 1961

 

49

Husain, Zakir (President & Vice-President of India), 1953, 1956, 1958-1968 & undated

 

50

Huxley, Julian (Director General, UNESCO), 1954-56, 1961-62

 

51

Johnson, Daniel M. (University of Toledo President, includes correspondence between Dr. Johnson and George C. Denniston, President, Population Dynamics; Donald A. Collins, President, International Services Assistance Fund; and G. Thomas Tanselle, Vice President, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fund.  Also includes Johnson's business card from the University of North Texas, Denton), 1993-95, 1997-2000

 

52

Kaufman, A.R. (Kaufman Rubber Co., also includes correspondence with Mrs. Jean H. Kaufman and officers of the Kaufman Rubber Co.), 1955-56

 

53

Kaufman, A.R., 1957

 

54

Kaufman, A.R., 1958-59

 

55

Kaufman, A.R., 1960-64

 

56

Kaufman, A.R., 1966-71, 1973, 1979, & 1981

17

1

Kissinger, Henry A. (American government official), 1963 & 1968

 

2

Lewis, Samuel L. (spiritual teacher, Sufi order), 1967

 

3

Menon, V. Krishna (Indian politician), 1956 ^

 

4

Moynihan, Daniel P. (Member, U.S. Presidential Cabinet, & U.S. Senator), 1974

 

5

Narayanan, K.R. (President & Vice President of India), 1997-98

 

6

Nehru, Jawaharlal (Prime Minister of India), 1959-60, 1962-63

 

7

Nixon, Richard M. (U.S. President), 1972

 

8

Pandit, Vigayalakshmi (Member of Indian Parliament), 1966

 

9

Percy, Charles H. (U.S. Senator), 1973-74, 1981, 1983, 1990-93

 

10

Radhakrishnan, Sarvepalli (President & Vice President of India), 1947, 1949-51, 1954-56, 1959-1968

 

11

Rao, P.V. Narasimha (Prime Minister of India), 1991 & undated ^

 

12

Reddy, Neelam Sanjiva (President of India), 1963-64, 1977-80

 

13

Richards, Ann W. (Texas governor), 1994 ^

 

14

Rockefeller Foundation (includes correspondence from John D. Rockefeller & his agents), 1950, 1958, 1968-70, 1972, 1974, 1983

 

15

Romney, George (Chairman of American Motors Corp., Michigan governor, U.S. presidential candidate, & Secretary, Dept. of Housing & Urban Development), 1972

 

16

Rusk, Dean (U.S. Secretary of State), 1968 & 1982

 

17

Russell, Bertrand (British philosopher and peace advocate), 1962

 

18

Sanger, Margaret (American women's rights activist, includes business card), 1947, 1956-56, 1958

 

19

Sastri, Lal Bahadur (Prime Minister of India, includes correspondence from his secretary), 1964

 

20

Schiff, Karenna Gore (daughter of former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore), 2000

 

21

Schonbrun, Leon  (Former student, this correspondence helps to explain a program conducted at the University of Pennsylvania in the early 1940s in which U.S. military students were taught about Indian language and culture.  Dr. Chandrasekhar was involved in this program, and the interested researcher will also want to consult related correspondence from Irving D. Ginsburg/Gaines in this collection), 1962, 1964-65

 

22

Shekhar, Chandra (Prime Minister of India), 1991, 1995

 

23

Shriver, Eunice Kennedy (American activist), undated

 

24

Shriver, Sargent (Director, Peace Corps), 1966

 

25

Sihanouk, Monique (wife of Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodian leader and representative to United Nations), 1969

 

26

Singh, Charan (Prime Minister of India), 1979

 

27

Singh, Giani Zail (President of India), 1982

 

28

Wadia, Sophia (Indian writer), 1938 & 1947

 

52

Watumull Foundation (Primarily from Ellen Watumull, Co-founder, but includes scattered correspondence from other agents of the Foundation), 1953-71 & undated

 

29

Wiesel, Elie (Holocaust survivor, author, and professor), 1996 & undated

 

 

S2.  BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

 

 

 

 

 

A.  Press Clippings

 

 

 

17

30

1948-57 (bound volume)

 

31

1941-44

 

32

1946-47 & 1949-50

 

33

1951-54

 

34

1956-58

 

35

1959-60

 

36

1961

 

37

1962

 

38

1963

 

39

1964

 

40

1965

 

41

1966

 

42

1967, Jan.-Mar.

 

43

1967, Apr.-June

 

44

1967, July

 

45

1967, Aug.

 

46

1967, Sept.

 

47

1967, Oct.-Dec.

 

48

1968, Jan.-Mar.

 

49

1968, Apr.-June

 

50

1968, July-Sept.

 

51

1968, Oct.-Dec.

18

1

1969, Jan.-June

 

2

1969, July-Dec.

 

3

1970

 

4

1971-75

 

5

1976

 

6

1977

 

7

1978-80

 

8

1981-85

 

9

1986-88 & 1990

 

10

1992-97

 

11

undated

 

 

 

 

 

B.  Press Releases

 

 

 

 

12

1952, 1959-66

 

13

1967

 

14

1968

 

15

1969

 

16

1970

 

17

1971, 1973-75

 

18

1976

 

19

1977

 

20

1978, 1981, 1984-85, 1993

 

21

undated

 

 

 

 

 

C.  Events

 

 

 

 

22

1941-47

 

23

1951-60

 

24

1961

 

25

1962

 

26

1963

 

27

1964

 

28

1965

 

29

1966

 

30

1967

 

31

1968

 

32

1969

 

33

1970

 

34

1971

 

35

1972-75

 

36

1976

 

37

1977

 

38

1978

 

39

1979-89

 

40

1990-98

 

41

Undated

 

 

 

 

 

D.  Awards, certificates, honorary degrees, and other honors

(* indicates box is on oversize shelf)

 

 

 

77*

 

1

Address of Felicitation presented to Dr. Sripati Chandrasekhar by the Members of the Mylapore Academy, April 14, 1967

77*

2

Address of Welcome to Dr. S. Chandrasekhar, J.K.K. Rangammal Higher Secondary School and Girls' High Schools, February 23, 1978

19

1

Alpha Kappa Delta, membership certificate, April 24, 1942

 

2

Founder Fellow, Tamil Nadu Academy of Sciences, 1976

 

3

Greetings, Soviet Red Cross, December 16, 1968

 

4

Honorary Degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, and Citation, University of Redlands, June 6, 1965

 

5

Honorary Degree, Doctor of Laws, Punjabi University, March 4, 1977

77*

 

3

Honorary Degree, Doctor of Literature, Kurukshetra University, March 6, 1969

19

6

Honorary Degree, Doctor of Science, University of the Pacific, February 2, 1970

 

7

Indian Red Cross life membership, 1969

 

8

Kaufman Trust Award, July 9, 1969

 

9

Miscellaneous certificates

 

10

Register of Graduates, University of Madras, May 14, 1958

 

11

Rotary Club of Madras, Certificate of Appreciation, May 3, 1963

 

12

Watumull Memorial Prize, February 24, 1965

 

13

Welcome Addresss, Government Arts College for Women, February 2, 1977

77*

 

4

Welcome Address, Private Medical Practitioners' Association of India, December 31, 1967

 

 

 

 

 

E.  Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

20

1

ca. 1949

 

2

1974

 

3

ca. 1977

 

4

ca. 1978

 

5

ca. 1979

 

6

1990

 

7

1995

 

8

1999

 

9

2000

 

10

undated

 

 

 

 

 

F.  Travel itineraries and tour schedules

 

 

 

 

11

1943

 

12

1957

 

13

1960

 

14

1962

 

15

1965

 

16

1966

 

17

1967

 

18

1968

 

19

1969

 

20

1970

 

21

1971

 

22

1975

 

23

1976

 

24

1977

 

25

1978

 

26

1983

 

27

1988

 

28

1996

 

29

Undated

 

 

 

 

 

G.  Miscellaneous personal material

 

 

 

19

14

Application materials

 

15

A Bibliography of Sripati Chandrasekhar's Writings, editorial copy

 

16

Biographical poems and writings

 

17

Biographical sketches

 

18

Biographical sketches

 

19

Biographical sketches

 

20

Blueprints for proposed additions to house in La Jolla, California

 

21

Brief record of meeting with Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson

 

22

Business cards & miscellaneous identification cards

 

23

Caricature

 

24

Cartoons

 

25

Family members, miscellaneous

 

26

Literary citations

 

27

Madras land, plot map

 

28

Passport (photocopy), 1984

 

29

Railway Pass, Parliament of India, April 1964-April 1970

 

30

Rajya Sabha Who's Who, 1968

 

31

Stamp Collection

 

32

Studies on Demography, reviews

 

33

Testimonials

 

 

 

21

 

Address books and Rolodex

 

 

 

 

 

H.  Autobiographical Material

 

 

 

 

 

Daily appointment calendars and personal diaries

(* indicates box is on oversize shelf)

 

 

 

20

30

Calendar, 1956

 

31

Calendar, 1960

 

32

Calendar, 1961

 

33

Calendar, 1964

 

34

Calendar, 1965

 

35

Calendar, 1967

 

36

Calendar, 1968

 

37

Calendar, 1969

 

38

Calendar, 1970

 

39

Calendar, 1971

 

40

Calendar, 1973

 

41

Calendar, 1974

 

42

Calendar, 1976

 

43

Calendar, 1977

 

44

Calendar, 1980

 

45

Calendar, 1981

 

46

Calendar, 1982

 

47

Calendar, 1990

78*

 

Calendar, 1993

20

48

Calendar, 1994

 

49

Calendar, 1995

 

50

Calendar, 2000 (June-Aug.)

 

51

Diary, 1937

 

52

Diary, 1954

 

53

Diary, 1957

 

54

Diary, 1964-65

22

1

Diary, 1966

 

2

Diary, 1969

 

3

Diary, 1970

 

4

Diary, 1971

 

5

Diary, 1972

 

6

Diary, 1975

 

7

Diary, 1976

 

8

Diary, 1978

 

9

Diary, 1979

 

10

Diary, 1980

 

11

Diary, 1984

 

12

Diary, 1987

 

13

Diary, 1992

 

 

 

 

 

Autobiographical Notes and Essays:

 

 

 

19

34

Aging

 

35

Arriving in Karachi

 

36

Astrology

 

37

Baroda University

 

38

Bioscope

 

39

Canada

 

40

Cattle

 

41

Childhood

 

42

China

 

43

China trip, 1958

 

44

Choking

 

45

Chronology, 1935-92

23

1

Ear Boring Ceremony

 

2

Essays, Notes, & Snippets, 1918-1992 (bound)

 

3

Essays, Notes, & Snippets, 1978-1994 (spiral notebook)

 

4

Essays, Notes, & Snippets

 

5

Father

 

6

Father's pseudonym; attitudes on alcohol, smoking, Christianity, card playing, clothing, school, etc.

 

7

First Day at School

 

8

Flying to Kabul

 

9

Gandhi, Indira

 

10

Gandhi, Mahatma

 

11

Government and Birth Control

 

12

Great Britain

 

13

Harlem Church

 

14

Heimlich, Henry

 

15

Hindu boyhood

 

16

India history

 

17

India Trip, 1992

 

18

Indian Political Parliamentary life

 

19

Indian Red Cross Society

 

20

India's Water Resources

 

21

Introduction

 

22

Kaufman Trust Award

 

23

La Jolla, California

 

24

Liberia visit

 

25

Madras City

 

26

Madras Presidency College, 1935-38

 

27

Madras Xiam College, 1956-57

 

28

Mary's Trick at Vellore Bazaar

 

29

Memory

 

30

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

31

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

24

1

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

2

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

3

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

4

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

5

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

6

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

7

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

8

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets

 

9

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

10

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

11

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

12

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

13

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

25

1

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

2

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

3

Miscellaneous Notes and Snippets, bound

 

4

Mother

 

5

1940

 

6

1970

 

7

Obaidulla of Vellore

 

8

Our home

 

9

Radha

 

10

Railways/Railroads

 

11

Religious conversion

 

12

Role of Telegrams in Indian Life

 

13

School elocution prize

 

14

Shanghai

 

15

Simon Commission

 

16

Singh, Sadhu Sundar

 

17

Singh, Sirdar Jagjit

 

18

Student Days in Madras

 

19

Switzerland

 

20

Tables of Contents, Topic Lists, and Chapter Abstracts

 

21

Tamil Separatism--Tamil Tigers

 

22

Tokyo to San Francisco

 

23

Toys

 

24

Tribute to Mrs. Ellen Watumull

 

25

Typescripts

 

26

Typescripts

 

27

Typescripts

 

28

Typescripts

 

29

Typescripts

 

30

Typescripts

 

31

Vellore

 

32

Visitors

 

33

Vorhees High School

 

34

Wellesley College

Box

Folder

S3.  WORKS OF DR. CHANDRASEKHAR

 

 

 

 

 

A.  Papers, Articles, Speeches, etc.

 

 

 

25

35

Abortion, undated draft and undated typescript

 

36

Abortion, a socio-medical problem, Hindu Sunday Magazine, June 8, 1969

 

37

Abortion in Ancient India, undated typescript

 

38

Abortion in India, undated typscript

 

39

Accomplishments of India's Family Planning Programme, n.d.

 

40

Address:  All India Local Bodies' Officers Conference, Open Session, Trivandrum, India, October 1, 1968

 

41

Address:  Association for Moral and Social Hygiene of India, November 1968

 

42

Address:  Award of Diplomas to the Post-Graduates in Planning and Housing, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, April 1, 1968

 

43

Address:  Central Conference of Private Medical Practitioners, New Delhi, India, December 31, 1967

 

44

Address:  Conference of Heads of Christian Hospitals on Family Planning, New Delhi, India, February 5, 1968

 

45

Address:  Conference of Regional Representatives of Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere, New Delhi, June 17, 1968

 

46

Address:  Congress of Asian and Pacific Society of Haematology, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, India, November 14, 1967

 

47

Address:  Decennial Celebrations of the Chromepet Public Health and Maternity Centre, Madras, December 10, 1967

 

48

Address:  Diamond Jubilee Celebration of the Trained Nurses Association of India, New Delhi, August 1, 1968

 

49

Address:  Fifth Convocation of the Indian Academy of Medical Sciences, Bombay, India, December 2, 1967

 

50

Address:  Fifth Meeting of the National School Health Council, New Delhi, February 7, 1968

 

51

Address:  First All India Public Relations Conference, April 24, 1968

 

52

Address:  Foundation Laying Ceremony of the Vocational Rehabilitation Centre, Indian Red Cross Society, Madras, December 19, 1968

 

53

Address:  Fourteenth All India Obstetrics and Gynaecological Congress, Nagpur, India, November 26, 1967

 

54

Address:  Fourteenth Meeting of the Central Council of Health, New Delhi, India, October 1967

 

55

Address:  Fourth Meeting of the Central Family Planning Council, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, India, October 6-7, 1967

 

56

Address:  Golden Jubilee of the Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, India, October 21, 1967

 

57

Address:  Graduation Ceremony for the Nurses, Midwives, Laboratory and X-Ray Technicians of the Holy Family Hospital, New Delhi, December 31, 1967

 

58

Address:  Inauguration of the Coimbatore Chapter of the Nutrition Society of India, Coimbatore, India, March 14, 1968

 

59

Address:  Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, November 11, 1967

 

60

Address:  Indian Junior Chamber, Calcutta, November 7, 1967

 

61

Address:  International Homoeopathic Congress, New Delhi, October 22, 1967

 

62

Address:  Lions Club of Greater Delhi, New Delhi, July 27, 1969

 

63

Address:  Lions Club of Indraprastha, New Delhi, July 25, 1969

 

64

Address:  National Seminar on Rehabilitation of the Handicapped, Trivandrum, India, December 4, 1967

 

65

Address:  Red Cross & St. John Branch Secretaries' Meeting, Indian Red Cross Society, Madras, India, December 19, 1968

 

66

Address:  Seminar on Hospital Administration, Vigyan Bhawan, April 6, 1967, outline

 

67

Address:  Seminar on Organised Sector--A Most Strategic Front for India's War on Population, Indian Junior Chamber, Calcutta, August 23, 1969

 

68

Address:  Seminar on the Form and Size of the Human Community, New Delhi, December 30, 1967

 

69

Address:  Sixth Meeting of the Central Family Planning Council, Bhopal, November 6, 1969

 

70

Address:  Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College, Coimbatore, India, February 26, 1978

26

1

Address:  Student Nurses Association of India, Fourth Bienniel Conference, Lady Hardinge `Medical College & Hospital, New Delhi, October 9, 1969

 

2

Address:  T.B. Sanatorium, Kasauli, Founder's Day Celebrations, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, May 21, 1969

 

3

Address:  Tenth All India Nature Cure Conference and Annual Session of the All India Nature Cure Federation, Bhimavaran, May 18, 1969

 

4

Address:  The Tuberculosis Association of India 30th Annual General Meeting, New Delhi, India, April 18, 1969

 

5

Address:  Training Course Personnel of Christian Medical Association of India Family Planning Project, reprinted from The Journal of the Christian Medical Association of India, March 1969

 

6

Address:  Twelfth All India Conference on Moral and Social Hygiene, Bangalore, India, November 22, 1968

 

7

Address:  Twenty-third National Conference on Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases, The Tuberculosis Association of India, Bombay, January 1968

 

8

Address:  Twenty-eighth All India Surgeons Conference, Patiala, Punjab, India, December 27, 1967

 

9

Agriculture Must Be Put on War Footing, Free India, August 30, 1964

44

53

Alaska's Population--A Century of Growth 1880-1980

 

54

Alaska's Population and Agricultural Resources

 

55

Alaska's Population with special reference to Eskimos and other Natives:  A Demographic Study

26

10

American Friends of India:  Pearl Buck's Work, The Hindu (Madras), August 25, 1947

 

11

The Amery-Wavell Plan for India, Asia and the Americas (New York), August 1945

 

12

The Ananda Coomaraswamy I Knew, The Hindu, August 28, 1977

 

13

Anarkali:  A Mughal Episode, The Hindu, August 13, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

14

The Antiquity of Tamil, The Hindu, December 28, 1980

 

15

Are we Ready to Declare War on Malnutrition? n.d.

 

16

Are World Resources Adequate?  Unidentified galley proof

 

17

Asia, from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1974

 

18

Asian Demographic Patters, undated typescript

 

19

Asian Migration and the Role of the Churches, address to World Council of Churches, Migration Conference, Leysin, Switzerland, June 11-16, 1961

 

20

Asia's Demography:  The New Patterns, undated typescripts

 

21

Asia's Population

 

22

Asia's Population Explosion, The Illustrated Weekly of India, August 20, 1961

 

23

Asia's Population Problem, chapter in Wint, G. (ed.).  (1969).  Asia Handbook.  Hammondsworth:  Penguin Books, 1969

 

24

Asia's Population Problem, undated typescript

 

25

Asia's Population Problems and Solutions, chapter from S. Chandrasekhar, Asia's Population Problems, 1967

 

26

Attitudes of Baroda Mothers Towards Family Planning, Third International Conference on Planned Parenthood, n.d.

 

27

Battle of Wandiwash, The Hindu, January 29, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

28

Beginnings of Indian emigration to Malaya and Singapore, undated manuscript/draft

 

29

Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education, Assam Tribune, August 15, 1969

 

30

Besant's Pamphlet on Checking Population, The Hindu, November 16, 1980

 

31

Better Nutrition for Citizens of To-morrow, The Hindu Weekly Magazine, May 4, 1969

 

32

Between Two Worlds, Literary Guide:  A Rational Approach to the Modern World, August 1955

 

33

A Bibliography on Circumpolar Populations, n.d.

 

34

A Billion Indians by 2000 A.D.?, The Hindu (Madras), January, 26, 1977; unidentified newspaper or magazine; and typescript

 

35

Birth Centenary I: The Philosophy of a Doctor, The Statesman (Calcutta), November 15, 1978

 

36

Birth Centenary II: Annie Get Your Gun, The Statesman (Calcutta), November 16, 1978

 

37

Birth Control Crusaders:  The Trial and After, The Hindu, November 8, 1980

 

38

Birth Control:  Early Crusaders, The Hindu, November 2, 1980

 

39

Birth Control in India and People's Republic of China:  A Comparison of Policy, Organization, and Communication Strategies, research proposal

 

40

Birth-Place of a Prophet:  Sriperumbudur, The Hindu, April 6, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

41

Black Hole Tragedy:  Holwell and His Monument, (unidentified newspaper), September 9, 1940

 

42

Book Reviews (various)

 

43

The Bradlaugh-Besant Trial, n.d.

 

44

A Brief History of Australia's Immigration Policy with Special Reference to India's Nationals, undated typescript

 

45

A Brief History of Immigration from India to America, bound typescript, July 1985

 

46

A Brief History of Immigration from India to America, typescript

 

47

A Brief History of Mauritius (1500-1985) with Special Reference to the Immigration of Indentured Laborers from India to Mauritius (1834-1910), undated typescript

 

48

Call from Canada, The Hindu, June 23, 1985, (first of a three-part series on immigration from India to Canada).

 

49

Can India Afford a Billion People?:  India's Population Crisis, Shri D.V. Krishna Rao Endowment Lecture, Andhra Mahila Sabha Educational Campus, Hyderabad, India, January 10, 1994; and manuscript

 

50

Can India be Industrialized?, undated typescript

 

51

Can We Afford a Billion Indians by 2000 AD?

 

52

Caste, Class, and Color in India, The Scientific Monthly, February 1946

75

24

Cecil Green Lectures, synopsis, undated

26

53

Center lecture, December 8, 1970

 

54

Challenge of Population Growth; Campastimes, September 1965; and Eastern Economist, June 7, 1963

 

55

The Changing American Family, The Hindu, April 1978

 

56

China's Blue Suits and Loudspeakers, unidentified newspaper, February 19, 1959

 

57

China's Demographic Dilemma, typescript

 

58

China's Population:  Census and Vital Statistics, manuscript, 1959

 

59

China's Population:  Embassy Notes, 1959

 

60

China's Population Problems; Contemporary China, E. Stuart Kirby, Ed., Hong Kong University Press, 1960; and Far Eastern Economic Review, June 4, 1959

 

61

China's Population Problems:  A Report, reprinted from Population Review (Madras), July 1959

 

62

China's Population Problems:  Laissez-Faire and its Implications, Part 2 of two-part series, Far Eastern Economic Review, June 11, 1959

 

63

China's Population Problems:  Vital Statistics and the Birth Control Campaign, Part 1 of two-part series, Far Eastern Economic Review, June 4, 1959

 

64

China's Teeming Millions, Commerce Annual Number, December 1959

 

65

Chronology of the History of Singapore with Special Reference to Indian Immigration and the Immigrant Community, n.d.

 

66

A Chronology of the History of the Jewish Community in Palestine--Israel, from Ancient Times to the Present with Special Reference to India and Asia, undated typescript

 

67

The City of Felicity:  The Siege of Mangalore, The Hindu, 1940

 

68

Clive at Arcot, The Hindu, May 19, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

69

Comment on Dr. Encke's Article, reprinted from Population Review, July 1960

 

70

Communist China's Demographic Dilemma, chapter from S. Chandrasekhar, Asia's Population Problems, 1967

 

71

Communist China's Hungry Millions, undated typescript

 

72

Communist China's Population Problems, n.d.

 

73

Community Development Projects:  Family Planning Neglected, Commerce Annual Review, December 1953

 

91

The Composition of India's Population According to the 1951 Census, Population Review, n.d.

 

74

Convocation Address:  Demographic Training and Research Centre, Bombay, India, June 16, 1967

 

75

Convocation Address:  Demographic Training and Research Centre, Bombay, India, June 6, 1969

 

76

Convocation Address:  Institute of Home Economics and The New Delhi Polytechnic for Women, February 16, 1968

 

77

Convocation Address:  Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana, India, March 23, 1968

 

78

Convocation Address:  Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India, October 9, 1967

 

79

Convocation Address:  Ninth Convocation of the Demographic Training and Research Centre, Bombay, India, June 16, 1967

 

80

Convocation Address:  Punjabi University, Patiala, India, March 4, 1977

 

81

Convocation Address:  Sarjoninaidu Medical Hospital and College, Agra, India, February 18, 1968

 

82

Convocation Address:  Shrimati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University, Bombay, India, December 9, 1967

 

83

Convocation Address:  Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women, January 11, 1976

 

84

Co-operatives, Collectives and Communes

 

85

Cordiality in Post-War Years, The Hindu, July 7, 1985, (third of a three-part series on immigration from India to Canada).

 

86

Course outline:  Women, Law and Population, California State University, Hayward, California, September-December 1979

 

87

Cultural Barriers to Family Planning, The Hindu (Madras), July 28, 1957

 

88

Cultural Barriers to Family Planning in Underdeveloped Countries, paper presented to the Fifth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, Tokyo, Japan, October 1955

 

89

Dance of Siva, (unidentified publication), December 18, 1938

 

90

A Day with Mahatma Gandhi, n.d.

27

1

Death Control:  A Short Summary of the Convocation Address, Poona, October 20, 1968

 

2

Death Control in India, Sainik Samachar, September 24, 1967; press release, August 15, 1967; and unpublished paper

 

3

Decline in India’s Fertility?, unidentified publication, August 3, 1969; manuscript and typescript

 

4

Democratization and Pursuit of Excellence, summary of Convocation address delivered at Punjabi University, March 4, 1977

 

5

Democratization of Higher Education in India, speech, n.d.

 

6

A Demographer Looks at Southern California, speech given at the Society for General Systems Research AAAS Meetings, Berkeley, California, December 28, 1965

 

7

Demographic Disarmament for India:  A Plea for Family Planning, Presidential Address, First All-India Conference of The Family Planning Association of India, Bombay, November 30-December 2, 1951

 

8

Demographic Disarmament for India:  A Plea for Family Planning, The Radical Humanist, April 6, 1952

 

9

Demographic Statistics in India, reprinted from Journal of the Indian Medical Profession, January 1960

 

10

Demography, undated typescript

 

11

Demography, Development and Ecology--India, a Case Study, The Hindu Weekly Magazine, January 24, 1971

44

56

A Demography of Alaskan Eskimos

27

12

The Destiny of Man and the Growth of World Population, manuscript

 

13

Digest of Address:  Summer Institute, Lady Irwin College, New Delhi, May 4, 1968

 

14

Dr. Chandrasekhar's Plea for Population Control, Ratnayake Memorial Inaugural Lecture, World Population Problems with Special Reference to Sri Lanka and India, 1977.

 

15

Economic Planning and Population Planning

 

16

Economic Progress in a Free Society:  Free Enterprise vs. State Enterprise, unidentified paper, n.d.

 

17

Economic Progress in a Free Society:  The Role of Government, unidentified paper, n.d.

 

18

Economic Progress in India under the Plans, The Mail, n.d. (second of a three-part series entitled "Analysis of 1961 Census").

 

19

Education in China, unidentified publication, 1959

 

20

Emancipation of Women and Family Planning, three part article printed in Searchlight, June 1968; and Swasth Hind, May 1968

 

21

The Emigration and Status of Indians in the British Empire, Social Forces, December 1945

 

22

Enrichment of Food to Meet Nourishment Needs, The Food Industries Journal, February 1969

 

23

The Ethics of Legislation, Miscellany, December 8, 1985

 

24

An Exponent of the Soul of Indian Art, The Hindu, August 21, 1977

 

25

Facts about India's Population, 1966

 

26

Family Planning, Trayons, March 1968

 

27

The Family in India, Marriage and Family Living, November 1954

 

28

Family Planning:  A Battle on Two Fronts, (Bombay) Economic Times, June 23, 1967

 

29

Family Planning:  A Resource for Economic Development

 

30

Family Planning and the Fourth Plan, air talk, September 1970

 

31

Family Planning and the India Peasant, The Illustrated Weekly of India, December 20, 1959

 

32

Family Planning:  Awareness at Individual Level Must Improve, Yojana, October 13, 1963

 

33

Family Planning Development and Communication Aspects, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Four-Week Orientation Course, New Delhi, India, August 18, 1969

 

34

Family Planning for Better Living, Thought, December 30, 1967

 

35

Family Planning for India's Urban Population, typescript

 

36

Family Planning Helps Industrial Development, unidentified publication, April 1969

 

37

Family Planning in an Indian Village, undated typescripts

 

38

Family Planning in an Indian Village:  Motivations and Methods, paper presented at the Sixth

 

39

International Conference on Planned Parenthood, New Delhi, India, February 14-21, 1959; and The Radical Humanist, April 5, 1959

 

40

Family Planning in India, undated paper

 

41

Family Planning in India:  Progress and Prospects, typescript of Yojana 1963

 

42

Family Planning in Rural India, reprinted from The Antioch Review, Fall 1959, & undated typescript

 

43

Family Planning in Underdeveloped Countries, Commerce Annual Review Number, December 1955

 

44

Family Planning:  Inadequate Awareness, chapter in Problems in Plan Implementation

 

45

Family Planning Methods:  Problems Posted by Indian Conditions, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

 

46

Family Planning Needs Vigorous Efforts, reprinted from Swasth Hind, February 1970

 

47

Family Planning Priority Welcome, But…, Yojana, September 18, 1966

 

48

Family Planning Programme:  Philosophy and Policy, reprinted from Swasth Hind, December, 1967

 

49

Family Planning:  Questions and Answers, Span, March 1968

 

50

Family Planning:  Targets and Achievements, Tribune, December 1, 1968

 

51

Family Planning:  The Hindu View, The Sunday Statesman, December 1, 1985

 

52

Family Planning:  The Muslim View, Swasth Hind, December 1967

 

53

Family Planning:  The Way to Progress, July 25, 1969

 

54

Farmers and Family Planning, Explosion Hunger, 1975

 

55

Fifteen Million Babies Less This Year, Enlite, November 30, 1968

 

56

Fight Against Malnutrition, Participant Journal, Vol. 3 no. 10, May 1969

 

57

The First Indian Newspaper:  Pioneer Efforts of Editor Hicky," unidentified newspaper, November 26, 1939

 

58

First Motilal Nehru Memorial Lecture, The Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, New Delhi, July 24, 1969

 

59

Food and People in India and Pakistan, essay in Food and People, UNESCO Publication No.  520, The Bureau of Current Affairs

 

60

Food and Population Explosion, The Economic Times, Bombay, July 29, 1963

 

61

Food and Population in Asia, Asia and the Americas (New York), June 1943

 

62

The Food Problem and Population Growth in India, undated typescript

 

63

Foreword to Main Currents in Indian Sociology, by Giri Raj Gupta

 

64

Foreword to My Jail Diary, by Jai Prakash "J.P." Narain, 1977

 

65

Foreword to Organising Population Control Programmes The Junior Chamber Way, Indian Junior Chamber Programme Manual, November 1967

 

66

Foreword to Our Population Problem by Jayaprakash Narayan

 

67

From India to America, bound revision copy, n.d.

 

68

From India to Israel, bound typescript, 1996

 

69

From India to Singapore, n.d.

 

70

Giving Women the Right to Avoid Childbirth:  The Role of Abortion in Population Control, The Mail, June 9, 1966

 

71

A Global War on the Population Front:  The Key to World Peace & Prosperity, Bombay Junior Chamber International Conference, Bombay, August 31, 1969

 

72

The Greatest Obstacle to our Economic Development, unpublished manuscript, n.d.

 

73

GRI:  An Experiment in University Education, GRI News, Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1977

 

74

Growth and Characteristics of India's Population, The Scientific Monthly, September 1943

 

75

Growth and Characteristics of Population--The Island of Mauritius:  1767-1987, undated typescript

 

76

Growth of Population, undated typescript

 

77

Growth of World Population, typescript of lecture, undated

 

78

Handbook of India in America, undated typescript

 

79

Health and Family Planning, n.d.

 

80

Health Problems and Health Services in India, Stanford Lecture, April 22, 1980, manuscript

 

81

The Hindu and Muslim Views, undated typescript

 

82

Hindu Joint Family, Social Forces, March 1943

 

83

The Hindu View of Family Planning and Abortion, Population Review, 1984

 

84

Hindu View of Population, typescript 1 of 3

75

25

Hindu View of Population, typescript 2 of 3

 

26

Hindu View of Population, typescript 3 of 3

 

27

Hindu View of Population, a synopsis

 

28

Hindu View of Self and its Political and Social Implications for India, undated typescript

27

85

History of Birth Control in India, typescript

 

86

History of India's Birth Control Movement, 1880-1977, n.d.

 

87

History of the Canadian Legislation with Respect to Immigration from India, Plural Societies XVI, 1986

28

1

A History of United States Legislation with Respect to Immigration from India, n.d.

 

2

Homeopathy in India, The Socialist Congressman, September 1, 1968

 

3

Homo Sapiens in Numberland, summary of a lecture delivered at Bangalore University November 27, 1978

 

4

How India is Tackling her Population Problem, reprinted from Foreign Affairs, October 1968

 

5

How to avoid India's Demographic Disaster (undated manuscript and typescript)

 

6

Hunger and Numbers, The Mail, March 17, 1963

 

7

Hungry People and Empty Lands, partial manuscript

 

8

I meet Henry Wallace, typescript, 1946

 

9

I meet Lin Yutang, The Aryan Path, October 1946

 

10

I meet Margaret Sanger, paper, January 7, 1947

 

11

I meet Pearl Buck, TheAryan Path, January 1946

 

12

I meet the Mahatma, The Crisis, October 1942

 

13

The Impact of the Women's Liberation Movement and the Permissive Revolution on the American Birth Rate

 

14

Imperative Need for Family Planning, reprint from Swasth Hind, December, 1966

 

15

Importance of Demography, unidentified newspaper, October 4, 1959

 

16

Inaugural Address:  All India Ambulance Competitions, Indore, India, May 24, 1968

 

17

Inaugural Address:  Cast Iron Spun Pipe Manufacturers' Association of India, Second Annual General Meeting, New Delhi, India, December 23, 1968

 

18

Inaugural Address:  Central Health Education Bureau, Workshop for Mass Education and Information Officers, New Delhi, India, August 25, 1969

 

19

Inaugural Address:  Central Health Education Bureau, Workshop on Health and Population Education, New Delhi, India, December 1, 1969

 

20

Inaugural Address:  Central Health Transport Organization, First Fleet Management Training Course, New Delhi, India, March 25, 1969

 

21

Inaugural Address:  College of Home Science, Summer Institute in Human Nutrition, University of Udaipur, Udaipur, India, May 10, 1970

 

22

Inaugural Address:  Conference of Deans and Principals of Medical Colleges, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, India, August 29-31, 1967; and reprint from The Indian Journal of Medical Education, October 1967

 

23

Inaugural Address:  Conference on Anti-Food Adulteration, Bombay, India, October 17, 1968

 

24

Inaugural Address:  Conference on Cancer under Join Auspices of Delhi Medical Association and Delhi Cancer Society, Delhi Medical Association Hall, Delhi, India, October 10, 1968

 

25

Inaugural Address:  Exhibition of Hungarian Medical Instruments, New Delhi, India, January 17, 1969

 

26

Inaugural Address:  Fifth Annual Meeting of the Composite Drugs Research Project and Annual Scientific Meetings of the Post-Graduate Institute of Indian Medicines, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, October 28, 1968

 

27

Inaugural Address:  Fifth Asian Conference on Occupational Health, Family Planning Seminar, Society for the Study of Industrial Medicine, India, Bombay, November 17, 1968

 

28

Inaugural Address:  Fourteenth Delhi State Medical Conference, December 8, 1967

 

29

Inaugural Address:  Hospital Exhibition and Medical Check Up, Coimbatore, India, August 17, 1968

 

30

Inaugural Address:  Indian Medical Association, Lucknow Branch Regional Medical Conference, Lucknow, India, November 20, 1969

 

31

Inaugural Address:  Integrated Training Course in Reproductive Biology, n.d.

 

32

Inaugural Address:  Indian Medical Association, Seventh Orientation-Cum-Training Course, New Delhi, India, March 9, 1969

 

33

Inaugural Address:  Indian Pharmaceutical Association Delhi Branch, National Pharmacy Week, New Delhi, India, November 16, 1969

 

34

Inaugural Address:  Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association, Twenty-first Conference, and Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Panjab University Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chandigarh, India, December 29, 1969

 

35

Inaugural Address:  Kavi Sammelan inauguration, March 14, 1969

 

36

Inaugural Address:  Orientation Training Course in Family Planning for Doctors, Ahmedabad, India, June 20, 1969

 

37

Inaugural Address:  Private Medical Practitioners Association of India, Andhra Pradesh Branch, Visakhapatnam District Unit, Second Annual Regional Conference, Vizianagaram, India, October 23, 1969

 

38

Inaugural Address:  Private Medical Practitioners Association of India, Mysore Branch, First Annual Family Planning Conference, Bangalore, India, April 13, 1969

 

39

Inaugural Address:  Fortification Conference, Calcutta, India, February 15, 1969

 

40

Inaugural Address:  Punjab State Homoeopathic Conference, Fifth Session, Amritsar, India, March 8, 1969

 

41

Inaugural Address:  R. Sankar Shashtiabdapurthi Celebrations, Medical Conference, Quilon, India, May 2, 1969

 

42

Inaugural Address:  Refresher Course in Problems of General Practice, College of General Practitioners, Hyderabad, March 22, 1969

 

43

Inaugural Address:  St. John's Medical College, Bangalore, Seminar on the Role of Behavioural Sciences in Education, Banglaore, India, July 4, 1969

 

44

Inaugural Address:  Sangli & Miraj Medical Associations, Tenth Maharashtra State Medical Conference, Sangli, India, November 14, 1969

 

45

Inaugural Address:  Searle (India) Ltd. Chemical Factory, Bombay, India, November 8, 1968

 

46

Inaugural Address:  Second Course of Training for Municipal Officers, National Centre for Training and Research in Municipal Administration, n.d.

 

47

Inaugural Address:  Second Foundation Week, Demographic Research Centre, Department of Economics, Lucknow University, Lucknow, India, September 9, 1968

 

48

Inaugural Address:  Second International W.H.O. Staff Orientation Course, New Delhi, India, April 20, 1970

 

49

Inaugural Address:  Seminar on Family Planning and the Status of Women in India, New Delhi, August 10, 1969

 

50

Inaugural Address:  Seminar on "Man and his Environment," June 12, 1970

 

51

Inaugural Address:  Seminar on Radiation Protection, Bombay, India, December 9, 1968

 

52

Inaugural Address:  Seminar on Urban Population of India, Dharwar, Maharashtra, India, March 20, 1968

 

53

Inaugural Address:  Seminar on Water Pollution and Industrial Waste Treatment, Bangalore, India, December 13-14, 1969

 

57

Inaugural Address:  Setting up of Clinical and Pathological Laboratories by the Blood Bank Organisation, New Delhi, May 25, 1968

 

55

Inaugural Address:  Seventeenth M.P. State Medical Conference, Indian Medical Association, Pachmarhi, India, November 2, 1968

 

56

Inaugural Address:  Sixth Biennial Conference of the Teluga Association of North America, n.d.

 

57

Inaugural Address:  Summer Institute in Human Nutrition for Teachers in Home Science Colleges, Coimbatore, India, May 28, 1968

 

58

Inaugural Address:  Symposium on Food and Population in India in Seventies, India International Centre, New Delhi, November 20, 1969

 

59

Inaugural Address:  Symposium on the Population Problems of India, Indian Science Congress, Bombay, India, January 6, 1969

 

60

Inaugural Address:  Tamil Nad Homoeopathic Congress, Pollachi, India, August 18, 1968

 

61

Inaugural Address:  T.B. Centre, Ambilikai, India, June 10, 1969

 

62

Inaugural Address:  Thirty-fifth Punjab Medical Conference, Rajpura, India, December 7, 1968

 

63

Inaugural Address:  Twenty-second Madras State Medical Conference, Indian Medical Association, Tanjore, India, October 1968

 

64

Inaugural Address:  World Health Organisation, Training Course on Organisation of Maternal and Child Health Field Practice Programmes in Medical Colleges, New Delhi, India, March 11, 1969

 

65

Incentives in Birth Planning, co-authored with Edward Pohlman, preliminary draft of eleven chapters, June-August 1968, typescript

 

66

India:  A Quarter Century of Freedom:  Readings, Introduction

 

67

India and the War:  People vs. Empire, The Call, October 11, 1941

 

68

India:  Half a Century of Freedom, typescript

 

69

India Meets Challenge of Population Growth, The Indian Journalist, Family Planning Supplement, February 1969

 

70

India Since Independence, outline

 

71

The Indian Community in the United States, Far Eastern Survey, June 6, 1945, and manuscript

 

72

Indian Demographer Looks at World Population Problems, Unesco Courier, February 1949

 

73

Indian Emigration to Borneo, unidentified newspaper, March 2, 1951

 

74

Indian Immigration in America, Far Eastern Survey, July 26, 1944

 

75

Indian Immigration to America, The Crisis, March 1943

 

76

Indian Village in Transition, n.d.

 

77

Indians in America:  A Case of Prejudice and Tolerance, unidentified publication, May 1, 1982

 

78

Indians in America:  Reversing a Stand, unidentified publication, May 11, 1982

 

79

Indians in South Africa, Asia and the Americas, February 1945

 

80

Indians in South Africa, United Asia, n.d.

 

81

Indians in South Africa:  A Survey, n.d.

 

82

India's Abortion Experience, typescript of book

 

83

India's Family Planning Program, manuscript, n.d.

 

84

India's Family Planning Programme, Nutrition, January 1970

 

85

India's Family Planning Programme:  Progress and Prospects, n.d.

 

86

India's First Five-Year Plan and the Population Problem, manuscript

 

87

India's Money, Asia and the Americas, November 1944

 

88

India's Most Important Problem, typescript for Capital Annual, Calcutta, 1971

 

89

India's New Population Policy, Convocation Address, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India, February 10, 1968

 

90

India's New Population Policy, Rotary Club, Bombay, India, June 1968

 

91

India's New Population Policy:  The Socio-Economic and Administrative Implications, Indian Administrative and Management Review, October-December, 1968

 

92

India's Population and Food Problem, The Bharat Jyoti, September 28, 1958

 

93

India's Population and Food Problem and the Role of Indian Universities, n.d.

 

94

India's Population Crisis, typescript, n.d.

 

95

India's Population Crisis and Contraceptive Technology, Dr. A.L. Mudalier Memorial Fourth Lecture, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, November 23, 1978

 

96

India's Population Explosion:  Fact, Problem, and Solution, n.d.

 

97

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, chapter from S. Chandrasekhar, Asia's Population Problems, 1967

 

98

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, paper presented at 55th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science, University of California, Irvine, California, June 17, 1974; and Blaisdell Institute Journal, Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, 1975

 

99

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, State Conference of College Planning Forums, Madras, India, January 5-7, 1967

 

100

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, typescript

29

1

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, typescript

 

2

India's Population:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, unidentified version

 

3

India's Population Growth, Hindu, February 5, 1961

 

4

India’s Population Policy, unidentified paper, ca. 1975

 

5

India’s Population Policy, Indian Express, December 23, 1969

 

6

India's Population Policy: The Need for an Element of Compulsion, Sri Venkateswara Endowment Lecture, Sri Venkateswara University, April 9, 1976

 

7

India's Population Problem, series of three articles that appeared in Commerce, July & August, 1966

 

8

India's Population Problem and Development Strategy, n.d.

 

9

India's Population Problem and Family Planning Efforts, n.d.

 

10

India's Population Problem and Policy, n.d.

 

11

India's Population Problem and Policy, Shri Avinashalingam Shastiabdapurty Endowment Lectures, Coimbatore, n.d.

 

12

India's Population Problem:  Fact, Problem, and Policy, undated typescript

 

13

India's Population Problem:  What is the Way Out?  Commerce, December 1950

 

14

India's Population Problem I:  Rate of Growth Bound to be Even Higher, Commerce, July 23, 1966

 

15

India's Population Problem III:  Women Should Plan Families, Commerce, August 27, 1966

 

16

India's Public Health Problems, The Mail (Madras), March 20, 1964

 

17

India's Teeming Millions, n.d.

 

18

India's Villages:  Population Problems, n.d.

 

19

India's Women through the Ages, undated typescript

 

20

Indira Gandhi:  A Tribute, Socialist Congressman, December 15, 1967

 

21

Indo-Pakistan Population Transfers, Indian Finance (Calcutta) Annual, 1947

 

22

Infant Mortality in India, 1901-1951, n.d.

 

23

Infant Mortality in Madras City, United Nations World Population Conference, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, August/September 1965; and unidentified reprint

 

24

Infant Welfare and Survival in India, reprinted from Madras Medical College Magazine, November 1958

 

25

Inter-Caste Marriages and National Integration, n.d.

 

26

Introduction to Colloquial Tamil (by S.S. Pani, Chandrasekhar's father, a photocopy also in this file)

 

27

Introductory Remarks:  Inauguration Ceremony of the First Train Bearing Family Planning Publicity on her Locomotive, New Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi, India, September 12, 1968

 

28

Investment in Human Researches:  How Does a Nutritionist Look at Family Planning Programme, Summer Institute on Foods and Nutrition, Lady Irwin College, New Delhi, India, June 2, 1969

 

29

Investment in Human Resources:  How does a Family Planner Look at Nutrition?, typescript, n.d.

 

30

Is India a Nation? Asia and the Americas, May 1944, and notebook

 

31

Is India's Fertility Declining?  The Realist, June 1969

 

32

Is India's Population Increasing Too Rapidly?  The Voice of India, December 1944.

 

33

I.U.D. Method of Family Planning, undated typescript

 

34

Janata's Population Policy, 1974

 

35

Japan's Population Problem, Journal of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, 1952; and The Economic Weekly, October 6, 1951

 

36

Japan's Population Problem, series of two articles that appeared in The Statesman, September 8, 1951

 

37

Joint Guaranty for India?  New York Herald Tribune, August 24, 1942

 

38

Kanchi: Ancient Town is Admiration of Townplanners, unidentified newspaper, December 22, 1940

 

39

Key Address:  Seventheenth Annual Town & Country Planning Seminar, New Delhi, India, October 29, 1968

 

40

Keynote address:  State Level Legislators' Conference, Karnataka, Bangalore, India, April 3, 1987

 

41

Keynote address:  Third World Conference on General Practice, Special Plenary Session III, New Delhi, India, November 26, 1968

 

42

Lecture notes

 

43

A Legislative History of Asian Indian Immigration to the United States of America:  1800-1980, n.d.

 

44

A Legislative History of Indian Emigration to the United States of America, n.d.

 

45

Letters to the editor

 

46

Life in a Commune in China:  Japan to be India's Model, Amrita Bazar Patri Ka, April 9, 1959 (third of a three-part series entitled "Co-operatives, Collectives & Communes).

 

47

Life in These United States, n.d.

 

48

Linguistic States and National Unity, The Hindu, October 31, 1956

 

49

The Long-Range Goals of the Family Planning Programme in India, undated typescript

 

50

The Maharaja Sayajirao Memorial Lectures (The Problems of Indian Nationhood, Geographical Unity

 

51

Major Threats to Human Survival, Swadajya, December 17, 1978

 

52

Malthus:  Father of Demography

 

53

Management of India's Water Resources, n.d.

 

54

Mandu the 'City of Joy': Rupmati-Baz Bahadur Romance, The Hindu, March 31, 1940 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

55

Mangadu:  A Demographic Study of an Indian Village, Population Review, July 1957

 

56

Mangai, undated typescript

 

57

Mao's War with the Family, The New York Times Magazine, May 17, 1959

 

58

Margaret Sanger, n.d.

 

59

Marital Reform, undated manuscript

 

60

Marx, Malthus, and Mao:  China's Population Explosion, Current Scene, February 28, 1967

30

1

Memorial Pillar of Bobbili:  Monument to the Brave who Fell in a Battle, The Hindu, October 15, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

2

A Message from Gandhi, Journal North, June 22, 1997

 

3

Mexico's Population:  Fact, Problem and Policy, outline

 

4

Minister's Address: Workshop of Communication Action Research Workers Head at CFPA

 

5

Modern Methods of Family Planning in India, Indian Express, November 8, 1968

 

6

Modernization of Traditional Societies, lecture notes, SDSU, January 28, 1981

 

7

The Movement of Asian People--A Challenge to the Churches, paper presented at World Conference on Problems of International Migration and the Responsibility of the Churches in a Strange Land, Leysin, Switzerland, June 11-16, 1961

 

8

The Mughal Cordelia:  Jahan Ara Begum, unidentified newspaper article, n.d.

 

9

The Nagarathars

 

10

The Nagarathars of South India:  An Essay and Bibliography on the Nagarathars in India and South-East Asia, 1980

 

11

The Nagarathars or the Chettiars, The Sunday Statesman (Delhi), October 30, 1977

 

12

The Nagarathars:  The Land, the People, and their Marriage Registration System, n.d.

 

13

A National Population Policy Wanted, Hindu, February 11, 1968

 

14

Nationalism in the Space Age, Kennedy Memorial Lecture, Bombay, India, June 1969

 

15

The Nation's Number One Problem:  Hurdles on Way, Amrita Bazar Patri Ka, April 7, 1959 (first of a three-part series entitled "Co-operatives, Collectives & Communes).

 

16

Nayaks of Madura:  The Great Past of the City and its Temple, The Hindu, July 23, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

17

Need for Public Support for Family Planning, Madhya Pradesh Chronicle (ED) Bhopal, July 11, 1969

 

18

New Method of Family Planning, January 24, 1965

 

19

A New Population Policy for India, Jayaprakash Narayan Birthday Memorial Lecture, n.d., and unidentified printed version.

 

20

Noble Role of Red Cross, Swasth Hind, February 1969

 

21

Not so Simple Mathematics, n.d.

 

22

A Note on Demographic Statistics in India, n.d.

 

23

A Note on the Provisional Results of India's 1991 Census

 

24

Notes on Demography, manuscript, September 18, 1952

 

25

Notion of a Small Family Catching Up, The Hindu Sunday Magazine, August 10, 1969

 

26

Nutrition, n.d.

 

27

Objectives of Population Policy, undated manuscript

 

28

One Answer to India's 'Explosion.' Washington Post, February 5, 1961

 

29

Our Population Explosion, n.d.

 

30

Our Population Problem, Illustrated Weekly of India, n.d.

 

31

Our Population Problems, undated manuscript

 

32

Our Refugees, unidentified newspaper article, n.d.

 

33

Pace of Development Hindered:  Population Growth Tells of Indian Economy, The Mail, n.d. (third of a three-part series entitled "Analysis of 1961 Census")

 

34

A Pallava Port, The Hindu, February 9, 1939

 

35

Personal Perspectives on Untouchability, foreword to The Untouchables in Contemporary India, by J. Michael Mahar, Ed.

 

36

Philosophy and Policy of India's Programme, Free India, September 17, 1967

 

37

Planned Families for India, n.d.

 

38

Planned Parenthood, undated manuscript

 

39

Planned Parenthood for India, The Statesman, Independence Day Supplement, August 15, 1951

 

40

Planning and Strategy of India's Family Planning Programme, December 1967

 

41

Planning Commission's First Five-Year Plan and Planned Parenthood for India, People's Health, August, 1951

 

42

Poetry, various

 

43

Political and Military Dangers of the Population Explosion in China, Supplement to Capital, December 20, 1962

 

44

Population and Economic Growth, The Realist, April 1968

 

45

Population and Education:  An Interdisciplinary Approach, Swasth Hind, March 1970

 

46

Population and Food Supply in India's First Five year plan, Fourth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, August 1953

 

47

Population and Law, undated manuscript

 

48

Population and Law in India, book, proof pages

 

49

Population and Law in India, Presidential Address, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India, September 10-12, 1976

 

50

Population and Planned Parenthood in India, 2nd revised edition, proofs

 

51

Population Census and Vital Statistics in India, draft

 

52

Population Control, Hindustan Times (New Delhi), August 23, 1982

 

53

Population Control and Nutritional Levels, n.d.

 

54

Population Control in India, typescript, n.d.

 

55

Population Control:  Problems in India, The Hindu, January 31, 1971

 

56

Population Control:  Sterilization Only Answer, The Hindu (Madras), August 15, 1963

 

57

Population Control:  The Need, Policy and Measures, n.d.

 

58

The Population Dilemma, The Hindu, September 4, 1978

 

59

Population Dilemma, The Mail, August 15, 1962

 

60

Population Education:  An Inter-Disciplinary Approach, Swasth Hind, March 1970

 

61

Population Education in School and College, The Indian Express (Madras), November 29, 1976

 

62

Population Explosion, typescript of speech delivered at the Law and Freedom Day Symposium, California State College Hayward, April 29-30, 1965

 

63

Population Explosion and Problem of Hunger, Associated News and Features, n.d.

 

64

Population Explosion:  The Greatest Menace to our Economy, n.d.

 

65

The Population Factor in Indian Economic Development, n.d.

 

66

Population Growth, Illustrated Weekly of India, May 11, 1969

 

67

Population Growth and Economic Development in India, chapter in Chakrabarti, Atulananda, ed., India Since 1947, and typescript

 

68

Population Growth and Economic Development in Japan, n.d.

 

69

Population Growth and Economic Progress, The Mail, May 30, 1961 (first of a three-part series entitled "Analysis of 1961 Census").

 

70

Population Growth and Family Planning in Andhra Pradesh, n.d.

 

71

Population Growth and Family Planning in India, unpublished manuscript and typescript, n.d.

 

72

Population Growth and Food Supply, Deccan Chronicle, Secunderabad, September 30, 1958; and unidentified newspaper, October 5 & 6, 1958

 

73

Population Growth and Food Supply in India, The Mail, October 17, 1958; and typescript

 

74

Population Growth and Food Supply in India, The Modern Review (Calcutta), February 1959

 

75

Population Growth, Economic Development and Family Planning in India, reprinted from Khadi-Gramodyog, October 1963.  Also in Oxygen News, Vol. 2 no. 4, Autumn 1962.

 

76

Population Growth in Relation to Economic Development, statement made at Second World Food Congress, June 24, 1970

 

77

Population Growth, Levels of Living and Birth Control in India, undated typescript

 

78

Population Growth Necessitates Desert Reclamation, Capital, December 1964

31

1

Population Policy, unidentified newspaper article

 

2

Population Policy and Family Planning in India:  A Compilation of Statements of Dr. S. Chandrasekhar, typescript

 

3

Population, Policy and Programme, undated typescript

 

4

A Population Policy for a Free India, undated typescript

 

5

A Population Policy for Asia, undated typescript

 

6

A Population Policy for India, Address given to the Vivekananda College Union Society, n.d.; and manuscript

 

7

A Population Policy for India, Journal of the Annamalai University, July 1951

 

8

A Population Policy for India, The Statesman, August 15, 1950

 

9

A Population Policy for India, unidentified reprint

 

10

Population Policy Perspectives in Communist China, Population Review, January-December 1975

 

11

Population, Poverty, and Pollution, The Dillingham Lecture Series, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 6, 1977

 

12

Population, Poverty and Pollution, summary of three lectures delivered at Karnataka University, The Hindu (Madras), February 2, 1977

 

13

Population, Power, and Peace, J.F. Kennedy Memorial Lecture, 1969

 

14

Population Pressures and the Consumption Explosion, undated typescript

 

15

Population Problem and Its Impact, Inaugural Address at the Indian Medical Association Sixth Orientation-Cum-Training Course, New Delhi, September 22, 1968

 

16

Population Problem in India, Address to Progressive Group, Bombay, India, August 31, 1969

 

17

The Population Problem of India, n.d.

 

18

Population Problems and International Tensions, International Social Science Bulletin, 1949

 

19

Population:  Problems and Prospects, Eastern Economist, Annual Number 1970, December 26, 1969

 

20

Population Problems in a Developing Economy, Population Review, July 1962; and Vital Speeches and Documents of the Day, September 1, 1962

 

21

Population Problems of Asia, reprinted from Population Review, January 1963

 

22

The Population Problems of India and Pakistan, reprinted from Eugenics Review, July 1949

 

23

The Population Problems of India and Pakistan, Unesco Courier, April & May, 1949

 

24

Population race too fast to end poverty, The Hindu Weekly Magazine, November 7, 1976

 

25

Population Trends and Housing Needs in India

 

26

The Position of Women in India, The Hindu, January 29, 1978

 

27

Poverty and Population in India, Convocation Address, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamil Nadu, India, March 26, 1970

 

28

Poverty:  The Central Problem of the Indian Economy

 

29

Preface to a volume of essays on Asian and Australian population problems, n.d.

 

30

Presidential Address:  Family Planning Fortnight, meeting organized by Family Planning Centre under Central Government Health Scheme at Ramakrishnapuram, New Delhi, India, December 12, 1968

 

31

Presidential Address:  Second All India Conference of the Indian Rationalist Association, Tenali, Madras, India, February 9-10, 1952

 

32

Prevention is Better than Cure, Convocation Address, Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, Punjab, India, January 31, 1970

 

33

The Problem of Abortion in India, draft

 

34

The Problem of American War Surpluses, typescript, October 5, 1945

 

35

The Problem of the Deaf in India, undated typescript

 

36

The Problem of Tuberculosis in India, XX International Tuberculosis Conference, New York City, September 1969

 

37

Problems of an Over-Sized Population, The Hindu, July 4, 1958

 

38

The Problems of Water Supply and Sanitation, n.d.

 

39

The Programme, Now Government's, Must Become People's, Yojana, September 15, 1968

 

40

Public Health as a Factor in Economic Development, undated typescript

 

41

A Purposeful Population Policy, Yojana, October 16, 1966

 

42

Raja Raja Narendra:  Rajahmundry in History and Legend, The Hindu, October 1, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

43

A Rationalist on Religious Education, Service, April 3, 1952

 

44

Red China Hushes Up Birth Control Drive; Psychology is Bad (unidentified newspaper, n.d.)

 

45

Readings in Economic Development, undated typescript

 

46

Reflections on Indo-Israeli Relations and Related Topics, undated article

 

47

Reflections on National Integration, n.d.

 

48

Regional Variations in Infant Mortality in India, 1901-59, undated typescript

 

49

Remedies to Check National Decay, The Illustrated Weekly of India, February 25, 1951

 

50

Resistance to Change:  Some Problems Involved in the Implementation of Policies for Moderating Fertility with Special Reference to Family Planning, undated typescript

 

51

Role of Communication and Public Relations in the Family Planning Programme in India, Central Family Planning Institute, New Delhi, India, n.d.; and Fourth Public Relations World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, October 1967

 

52

Role of Legislators in Population Control and Economic Development, n.d.

 

53

The Role of Pharmacists in India's Health Services, Indian Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Industry, November/December 1967; and inauguration speech for National Pharmacy Week, Bombay, India, November 19, 1967

 

54

Role of Women in Family Planning, n.d.

 

55

The Roots of Liberty, Forum, Summer-Autumn 1964

 

56

Rural Universities for India, Seventeenth Convocation, Gauhati University, Gauhati, Assam, India, April 7, 1978

 

57

Rural Universities Needed, Swarajya, December 31, 1978

 

58

Science and Population Control, n.d.

 

59

Shifts in Canadian Policy, The Hindu, June 30, 1985, (second of a three-part series on immigration from India to Canada)

 

60

A Short Note on Government Ophthalmic Hospital, Madras, undated typescript

 

61

Should We Legalize Abortion?, n.d.

 

62

Should We Legalize Abortion in India?, n.d.

 

63

Should We Raise the Age of Consent?, Seminar on Demographic, Social and Psychological Implications of Raising the Female Age at Marriage, Demograph Training and Research Centre, Chembur, Bombay, September 16, 1967

 

64

Six Laws of Population Control, Address to the Students and Staff of the Lady Hardinge Medical College, February 25, 1970.

 

65

A Social Survey of Baroda City, undated manuscript

 

66

The Socio-Economic Situation, The Population Problem, and Proposed Solutions (sections from an unidentified book, undated typescript

 

67

Some Aspects of Infant Mortality in India, 1901-59, All India Seminar on Population, March 12-14, 1964

 

68

Some Jewish Population Census and Migration Statistics for World, Palestine/Israel and India, undated typescript

 

69

Some Observations on Marriage, Dating, Parent-Child Communication and Language, Conference on Indian Family and Youth, Anaheim, California, August 30-31, 1986

 

70

Some Observations on Marriage, Family, and Youth, undated typescript

 

71

Some Random Thoughts on the Future Rule of the International Red Cross in War and Peace, undated typescript

 

72

Some Reflections on Population and Peace (undated manuscript)

 

73

South African Indians:  A Survey, Modern Review (Calcutta), August 1940

 

74

The Soviet Union's Population Problem, unpublished manuscript and typescript, n.d.

 

75

The Spark that Kindled Malthus' Essay on Population, n.d.

 

76

Speech, Association for Voluntary Sterilization National Conference, n.d.

 

77

Speech, Demographic Training and Research Centre, Bombay, India, June 7, 1968

 

78

Speech, Fifth Meeting of the Central Family Planning Council, Nainital, India, April 17, 1968

 

79

Speech, Governing Body of the Demographic Training & Research Centre, Bombay, India, June 7, 1968

 

80

Speech, Graduation Night, American International School, New Delhi, India, May 17, 1968

 

81

Speech, Indian Red Cross Society Annual General Meeting, New Delhi, India, April 18, 1969

 

82

Speech, Pharmacy Week, Calcutta, India, November 24, 1968

 

83

Speech, Round Table on "The Red Cross as a Factor of Peace in the World," January 21, 1969

 

84

Speech, St. John Ambulance Association (India), Annual General Meeting, New Delhi, April 18, 1969

 

85

Speech, Thinkers Forum, Shri K. Kamaraj 61st birthday celebration, August 5, 1963

 

86

State's Power to Restrict Families, The Hindu (Madras), June 4, 1976

 

87

Strategy of Planned Parenthood:  Peculiarity of India's Demographic Trend, unidentified newspaper, n.d.

 

88

Summary of Address:  Sixth All-India Conference on Family Planning, Chandigarh, India, November 30, 1968

 

89

Third World's Population Problems and Family Planning and Abortion, undated typescript and manuscript

 

90

Thoughts on National Integration,.The Illustrated Weekly of India, September 2, 1962, and unidentified keynote address, n.d

 

91

Too Many People:  Is India Facing Disaster?  An Interview, reprinted from U.S. News & World Report, April 3, 1967

32

1

Too Much Cry for Food Self Sufficiency, M.P. Chronicle (Bhopal), August 28, 1964

 

2

Towards Population Control in India, n.d.

 

3

Towards Small Family as a Social Norm, n.d.

 

4

Transfers of Population, The Hindu, December 7, 1947

 

5

A Tribute to Mrs. Ellen Watumull

 

6

Unesco & India, The Indian Express, Republic Day Supplement, January 26, 1950

 

7

Unidentified address, delivered January 12, 1968

 

8

Unidentified article, New York Times, n.d.

 

9

Unidentified interview, n.d.

 

10

Unidentified introductions

 

11

Unidentified paper on Tuberculosis, October 1, 1968

 

12

Unidentified speeches

 

13

Unidentified talks, n.d.

 

14

U.S. Aid to Indian Agriculture, 2nd & 3rd of a series of three articles that appeared in Commerce, February 1964

 

15

U.S. Help for our Family Planning Programme, Eastern Economist, July 25, 1969

 

16

The Unplanned Millions, Manchester Guardian, August 15, 1961

 

17

Valedictory Address:  Fifth Short Training Course for Key Trainees, Central Family Planning Institute, New Delhi, India, March 20, 1969

 

18

Valedictory Address:  First Short-Term Training Course for Trainers, New Delhi, India, August 26, 1968

 

19

Valedictory Address:  Home Science Association of India, IX Biennial Conference, Coimbatore, India, December 20, 1968

 

20

Valedictory Address:  National Conference on Population Policy and Programme, India International Centre, New Delhi, India, December 23, 1969

 

21

Valedictory Address:  National Nutrition Research Laboratories Annual International Certificate Course and the Diploma Course in Nutrition, Hyderabad, India, February 27, 1969

 

22

Vellore Fort and Temple, The Hindu (Madras), October 9, 1938

 

23

Vellore history

 

24

The Vellore Mutiny, The Hindu (Madras), May 21, 1939 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in South Indian History")

 

25

Vital Registration, The Hindu, February 21, 1960

 

26

Vital Statistics, People's Health, May 1951

 

27

Vital Statistics in an Indian Village, undated typescript

 

28

Vital Statistics in India:  Collection Machinery Needs Overhauling, unidentified newspaper,September 4, 1955

 

29

Water Pollution and Industrial Waste Treatment, National Herald, December 15, 1969

 

30

Water Supply and Sanitation:  Integrated Approach, , October 18, 1968

 

31

Way to a Happy Married Life:  Family Planning:  Dr. S. Chandrasekhar's Interview with Periyar E.V. Ramaswamy, Akashvani, May 24, 1970

 

32

We Use Every Gimmick--Even Elephants' (an interview), Horizons, Vol. XIX, No. 3

 

33

What Does Iowa Know of India and China?  Asia and the Americas (New York), June 1944

 

34

What is a Demographic Survey?, undated typescript

 

35

What is Behind China's Aggression?, n.d.

 

36

What is Demography?, undated typescripts and manuscript

 

37

What law can do to solve population problem, The Hindu, November 14, 1976

 

38

When Does Life Begin?  n.d.

 

39

Where British Empire was Begotten:  The Founding of Chandragiri and Treaty of 1639, The Hindu, January 28, 1940 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History"

 

40

Where Buddha was Born:  Lummini in Nepal, The Hindu, June 23, 1940 (one in a series entitled "Sketches in Indian History")

 

41

Whither Family Planning in India, typescript, n.d.-

 

42

The Why and How of Family Planning, Socialist Congressman, January 1968

 

43

Why are Indians so Poor? Asia and the Americas, January 1942

 

44

Why Collective Farming Failed in Soviet Russia, Amrita Bazar Patri Ka, April 8, 1959 (second of a three-part series entitled "Co-operatives, Collectives & Communes).

 

45

Why This Student Indiscipline?

 

46

William Carey:  Pioneer Orientalist and Missionary, (unidentified newspaper), n.d.

 

47

World Health Day Message, Family Planning News, May 1967

 

48

World Population Crisis:  The Catastrophe that can Still be Averted, undated manuscript

 

49

World Population Growth, undated manuscript

 

50

World Population Growth and Desert Development, undated typescript

 

51

World Population Growth and Desert Reclamation, outline

 

52

World Population Problems:  an Interview with S.C., 1976

 

53

World Population Problems with Special Reference to India and China, n.d.

 

54

The World's Hunger, Indian Finance Annual, 1948; and typescript

 

55

Youth and the Problems of the Developing Countries, 1964

 

56

Bound volume of writings, includes:

            Is Kautilya the Indian Machiavelli?, February 1937

            The Problem of Federation in India, February 1938

            Some Observations on Infant Mortality in India:  1901-1951,

               Eugenics Review, January 1955

            Family Planning in an Indian Village:  Motivations and

               Methods, paper presented at the Sixth International Conference

               on Planned Parenthood, New Delhi, India, February 14-21,

               1959

            Population Problems of Asia, Population Review, January 1963

            Family Planning Needs Vigorous Efforts, Swasth Hind, February

               1970

            Cultural Barriers to Family Planning, The Hindu (Madras), July

               27, 1957

            A Demographer looks at Southern California, speech delivered

               at the Society for General Systems Research AAAS Meeting,

               Berkeley, California, December 28, 1965

            India's Population:  Fact, Problem and Policy, State Conference

               of College Planning Forums, Madras, India, January 5-7, 1967

            Infant Mortality in Madras City

            Infant Mortality in Madras City, United Nations World Population Conference, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, August/

                September 1965

            U.S. Support for Family Planning Programme, Swasth Hind

                June 1968

 

 

 

 

 

B.  Book reviews, press summaries, and publisher's blurbs

 

 

 

 

57

Abortion in a Crowded World

 

58

American Aid and India's Economic Development

 

59

Asia's Population Problems

 

60

Brief History of Immigration

 

61

Census and Statistics in India

 

62

China's Population:  Census and Vital Statistics

 

63

Communist China Today

 

64

A Decade of Mao's China

 

65

Demographic Disarmament for India:  A Plea for Family Planning

 

66

A Dirty, Filthy Book

 

67

From India to America

 

68

From India to Australia

 

69

From India to Canada

 

70

From India to Israel

 

71

From India to Mauritius

 

72

From India to Singapore

 

73

Homo Sapiens in Numberland

 

74

Hungry People and Empty Lands

 

75

India's Abortion Experience

 

76

India's Population and Food Problem and the Role of Indian Universities

 

77

India's Population, Fact and Policy

 

78

India's Population:  Facts, Problem and Policy

 

79

Infant Mortality in India

 

80

Infant Mortality, Population Growth, and Family Planning in India

 

81

The Nagarathars of South India

 

82

Norman Borlaug's Green Revolution and India's Population Problem

 

83

Population and Law in India

 

84

Population and Planned Parenthood in India

 

85

Population Review

 

86

Red China:  An Asian View

 

87

Reviews from Illustrated Weekly of India

 

88

Bound volume of book reviews.  Includes reviews of:

            China's Population:  Census and Vital Statistics

            Communist China Today

            Hungry People and Empty Lands

            Infant Mortality in India

            Population and Planned Parenthood in India

            Red China:  An Asian View

            Report on South Indian Reading Habits

Box

Folder

S4.  PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL, & AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIAL

 

 

 

 

 

A.  Photographs

(* indicates box is on oversize shelf)

 

 

 

33

1

Aboard ship from New York, NY, to London, England, & "Dutch lady," n.d.

 

2

"Achauma," n.d.

 

3

All India Dental Conference, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, Jan. 28, 1978

 

4

All India Population & Family Planning Conference, Bombay, India, 1951

 

5

Ambulance, n.d.

 

6

American Embassy reception, 1969

 

7

Anderson, Margaret, 1946

 

8

Animals, n.d.

 

9

"Anita & Prita," dance of, Madras, India, ca. 1976

77*

5

Annamalai University, Final Honours Economics, 1949-50

77*

6

Annamalai University, Post Graduate Hostel, Hostel Day, Mar. 22, 1977

77*

7

Annamalai University, Womens' Student Hostel, 1976

33

10

Arundale family, 1952

 

11

Asian Seminar, World Assembly of Youth, n.d.

 

12

Asokan Pillar, Lummini (Lumbini), Nepal, 1993

 

13

Bancroft, Mrs., n.d.

 

14

"Barbara," 1961

 

15

Besant, Annie Wood, and photo of the cover of her book The Law of Population

 

16

"Bina," 1941

 

17

Bixby, Paul, Ruth, & family, n.d.

 

18

Bradlaugh, Charles

 

19

Broad, M.G. (The Hindu), ca. 1939

 

20

Brubaker, Donna, San Diego, CA, 1981

 

21

Bryan Manor College, 1944

 

22

Burbank, Luther, & Miss Prabha Chandra, Santa Rose, CA, 1925

 

23

Burroughs, Betty & Billy, ca. 1940

 

24

Calcutta, India, 1969

 

25

Casellac, Paula, 1985

 

26

Chandrasekhar, Ann Downes, various dates

 

27

Chandrasekhar, Prema, various dates

77*

13

Chandrasekhar, Prema

33

28

Chandrasekhar, Radha, various dates

 

29

Chandrasekhar, Sheila, various dates

 

30

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1930's

 

31

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1940's

79*

1

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1940's

33

32

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1950's

77*

14

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1950's

33

33

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1960's

77*

15

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1960's

33

34

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1970's

79*

2

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1970's

33

35

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1980's

79*

3

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1980's

33

36

Chandrasekhar, Sripati, ca. 1990's

 

37

Chandrasekhar, Sripati & Ann, family, various dates

 

38

Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan

 

39

"Chandrum, Lulu, & Jay Neima," n.d.

 

40

Chartraud family, 1950

 

41

Chattopadyay, Madam Kamaldevi, (includes photo of Paul Robeson)

 

42

Cherian, Miss, n.d.

 

43

Chettiar, P. PR. S.

 

44

Chettiar, Rajah Sir Muthiah, Madras, India, 1975

 

45

Chettiar's Temple, Singapore

 

46

Christmas, Annamalai University, staff children, 1976

 

47

Circumpolar Health Conference, Anchorage AK, 1984

77*

8

Congress Party in Parliament, 1966

33

48

Convocation Address, Demographic Training and Research Center, Bombay, India, 1969

 

49

Convocation Address, Gauhati University, Gauhati, Assam State, India, 1978

 

50

Convocation, Annamalai University, 1975

 

51

Convocation, Punjabi University, 1977

 

52

Dancer, unidentified

 

53

"David & Gito," 1960

77*

9

Demographic Training and Research Centre Convocation, June 6, 1969

33

54

Demography Class, Delhi University, 1969

 

55

Devi, V.L.K. Tara, n.d.

 

56

Dhampathal, Amithal, n.d.

 

57

Dinner in honor of "Dr. Lanka," Biltmore Hotel, n.d.

 

58

Downs, Lemel & Pramila, 1969

 

59

"Elders Greaves, Ballcom, Thomson, Buckland, Ulloa, & Donna," San Diego, CA, 1981

 

60

Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, Balto, MD, 1942

 

61

Fifth Meeting, Family Planning Council, 1968

 

62

Film & Literature for Family Planning Campaign, 1967

 

63

Filming the "Mahurat" of "Khilaune," New Delhi, India, 1969

79*

4

First All India Family Planning Conference, 1951

33

64

Foreign Student Counselors Conference, 1985

 

65

Forum of Free Enterprise, Bombay, India, 1958

 

66

Forum of Free Enterprise, Bombay, India, 1966

 

67

Founders' Day, Annamalai University, 1976

 

68

Fourth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, Stockholm, Sweden, 1953 (Includes photos of Margaret Sanger and Lady Dhanvanti Rama Rau)

 

69

Fourth Meeting, Family Planning Council, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, 1967

 

70

Frazier, Robert E., n.d.

 

71

Gaines/Ginsburg, Irving, various dates, & Lois Gaines, 1993

 

72

Gandhi, Indira, various dates

 

73

Gandhi, Mohandas, with Margaret Sanger, n.d.

 

74

Gonzales, Betty

 

75

"Greta," 1954

 

76

Grieser, Rev. & Mrs., Whitestone, NY, 1942

 

77

"Halemane," 1983

 

78

Hartman, E., Dr. Stanley Jhones, & E. Revett, 1941

 

79

Haydel, Belmont & Nina, Arizona, 1990

 

80

Hindustani classes, 1943 & 1944

 

81

Hinkle, Gisela, Monica, & Brian, 1957

 

82

Honorary Doctorate of Science, University of the Pacific, special convocation at Bangalore, Feb. 2, 1970

 

83

Honorary M.D., Academy of Medical Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, 1969

 

84

Horii, Ayako, 1977

 

85

House in Madras, India

 

86

Husain, Zakir (President of India, 1967-69)

 

87

Inaugural Speech, Searle India Factory, 1968

 

88

Inauguration Ceremony, Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) Dispensary, 1969

 

89

Inauguration, Institute of Demographic Studies, Nallamutha Gounder Mahalingam College, 1962

 

90

Inauguration, Kakinada Camera Club, 1969

 

91

India League of America Honor Award, Chicago, IL, 1975

 

92

Indian farmers with Caterpillar tractor in California

 

93

Indian National Commission for UNESCO, Paris, France, 1948

 

94

Indian Youth Congress, 1992

 

95

International Association for Voluntary Sterilization, elected president, 1968

 

96

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Asian Regional Organisations, 1977

 

97

International Conference on World Population & Resources, London, England, 1948

 

98

International House, New York, NY, 1941

 

99

Interview with Ramaswamy E.V. Periyar, Madras, India, 1970

 

100

Interview with Sri C.V. Narasimhan, n.d.

 

101

"Isabelle," 1941

 

102

Israel desert reclamation

 

103

Japan, 1940

 

104

Jawaharlal Nehru (JN) Medical College, Belgaum, Karnataka, India, 1968

 

105

Jesudason, Dorothy, ca. 1940

 

106

"Joan," n.d.

 

107

Johnson, Lyndon B. (U.S. President), meeting with, 1968

77*

16

Johnson, Lyndon B. (U.S. President), meeting with Sripati Chandrasekhar, 1968

33

108

Kasiviswanathan, Rm., S.V. Money, & R. Ramanathan, n.d.

 

109

Kathmandu, 1992

 

110

Kaufman Award with James George, Canadian High Commissioner, Aug. 1969

 

111

Kaufman, Jean, & Lakshmi Menon, 1955

 

112

Kesteloof, Genevieve, 1971

 

113

Ketid, Harold Torlsvald, 1943

 

114

Knowlton, Charles

 

115

"Lalisha, Anupama, Anil, & Vikram," Murphy Dome, Alaska, 1983

 

116

Lawrence, Megan, 1941

 

117

Leppakulam, Vishnu Temple, n.d.

 

118

Levinson, Bernard, n.d.

 

119

Lewis & Clark International Affairs Symposium, Portland, Oregon, 1971

 

120

"Lois," n.d.

 

121

Lundkvist, Artur, n.d.

 

122

Madras, 1979

77*

 

10

Madras Presidency College, Honours School of History and Economics, 1935-38

33

123

Madurai Institute of Social Work, ca. 1976 (Note:  Includes photos of T.P. Meenakshisundaram)

 

124

Madurai Institute of Social Work, ca. 1990

 

125

Mahabadhi Society, 1970

 

126

"Mallika," 1978

 

127

Mark, Shelly, ca. 1941

 

128

Mathias Church, Budapest, Hungary

 

129

McCrutchen, Alfreda, 1941

 

130

McNeil, Jesse Jai Jr., 1946

 

131

Metzger, Laura, 1945

 

132

Mills College Founders' Day Assembly, Oakland, CA, 1961

 

133

"Mithilesh, Nagamoni, & Jayasree," 1977

 

134

Mohanrangiah, P.S., 1962

 

135

"Mrinahini," 1942

 

136

M.S. Tatuta Maru

 

137

Muthiah Polytechnic Student's Association, n.d.

 

138

Naidu, Sripati Sarangapani

 

139

National Press Club Luncheon, 1968

 

140

Nehru, Jawaharlal, various dates

 

141

Office of Sripati Chandrasekhar, LaJolla, CA

 

142

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 1979

 

143

Perkins, E.F. & Edith, 1948

 

144

Prakashananda, Swami, & Prativaq Kimar Ghosh, Hindu Temple, San Francisco, 1923

 

145

Radhakrishnan, (Dr.) Sarvepalli, President's Palace, New Delhi, India, 1967

 

146

Raju, Ann

 

147

Ramachandran, Tara, 1969

 

148

Ranganadha, Sripati & Sita, various dates

 

149

Rao, S. Sushila Bhaskara, 1946

 

150

Rao, Sri P.V. Narasimha, n.d.

 

151

Rao, Sripati Bhaskara & Sripati Ranganadha, ca. 1955

 

152

"Rashmi," n.d.

 

153

Regents Lectures, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, 1975

 

154

Romney, George W. (Governor of Michigan), New Delhi, India, 1968

 

155

"Rowena," 1942

 

156

Ruthmaswamy, Louisa, 1948

 

157

Sanger, Margaret, with Mohandas Gandhi, n.d. 

 

158

Schein, (Sgt.) Ellis, 1943

 

159

Schmidt, Gertrude, 1944

 

160

Schonbrun, Leon, family, 1944

 

161

Seciudembar, Lahtha Balasuhamuyan, 1970

 

162

Second Quarter Class, California State University, Hayward, 1979-80

 

163

Seminar:  The Role of Youth in Demographic Problems of Asia, Melbourne, Australia, 1963

 

164

Seringapatam Mosque

 

165

Shalizi, Abdul S., 1942

 

166

Shamiengar family,1961

34

1

Ship, N.Y.K. line (postcard)

 

2

Shorter, Diane, ca. 1973

 

3

Shove, Beatrice, n.d.

 

4

Shridevi, (Dr.) S., various dates

79*

5

Singapore

34

5

Sixth Annual Convocation, Kurukshetra University, 1969

 

6

Southern Illinois University, ca. 1985

 

7

Soviet Embassy, 1968

 

8

Sri Meenakshi Temple, Pearland, TX

 

9

Stocking, Emily, ca. 1945

 

10

Subramanya Temple, Kuala Lumpur, 1977

77*

11

Suddhi Movement Inauguration, May 5, 1958

34

11

"Suresh, Vanaja, & Ravi," n.d.

 

12

Suttress, Francis, n.d.

 

13

Tatkon, Julie, n.d.

 

14

Television Program, Mexico City, Mexico, 1974

 

15

Tokyo, Japan, 1955

 

16

Tokyo, Japan, n.d.

 

17

Tree planting ceremony, 1977

 

18

Tubectomy Camp, n.d.

 

19

UNESCO, 1948

 

20

Unidentified events, ca. 1940's

 

21

Unidentified events, ca. 1950's

77*

12

Unidentified events, ca. 1950's

34

22

Unidentified events, ca. 1960's (1 of 3)

 

23

Unidentified events, ca. 1960's (2 of 3)

 

24

Unidentified events, ca. 1960's (3 of 3)

 

25

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (1 of 7)

 

26

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (2 of 7)

 

27

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (3 of 7)

 

28

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (4 of 7)

 

29

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (5 of 7)

 

30

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (6 of 7)

 

31

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's (7 of 7)

79*

6

Unidentified events, ca. 1970's

34

32

Unidentified events, ca. 1980's

79*

7

Unidentified events, ca. 1980's

34

33

Unidentified people, ca. 1940's (1 of 3)

 

34

Unidentified people, ca. 1940's (2 of 3)

 

35

Unidentified people, ca. 1940's (3 of 3)

 

36

Unidentified people, ca. 1950's

 

37

Unidentified people, ca. 1960's

 

38

Unidentified people, ca. 1970's

 

39

Unidentified people, ca. 1980's

 

40

Unidentified people, ca. 1990's

 

41

Unidentified people, n.d.

 

42

Unidentified places

 

43

United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD), Israel Delegation, 1968

 

44

University of North Texas, Denton, 1994 (Note:  Include photographs of Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Johnson)

 

45

University of Redlands, Honorary Doctorate

 

46

University of Washington, Battelle Research Center Think Tank, 1971

 

47

Vaijayanlh, T. 1977

 

48

Vienna Parliament, Vienna, Austria

 

49

Visit to Janata Vidyalaya Mirag, 1968

 

50

Vohra, R.B., n.d.

 

51

VonEssen, Medhi, dance of, 1972

 

52

Washington, DC, 1968

 

53

Wedding photographs, S. Chandrasekhar & Ann Downes, 1947

 

54

Wellesley College, 1942

 

55

Women's Seminar on Family Planning, Madras, India, 1968

 

56

World Assembly of Young, Amherst, MA, 1964

 

57

World Population Conference, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1965

 

58

World Youth Congress, Washington, DC, 1942

 

59

Yeowkhoon, Foo, n.d.

 

60

Zaki, Abdul, Columbia University, 1941

 

61

Zurich, Switzerland, 1938

 

62

negatives

 

 

 

Box

Album

B.  Photo Albums

 

 

 

34

1

Visit to Children's Montessori High School, April 15, 1967

35

1

Inauguration, First Annual General Meeting, Oppi, April 29, 1967

34

2

Opening of Orthoptic Building, Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital, Hyderabad, Oct. 19, 1967

 

3

Unidentified event, ca. 1967

35

2

Visit to G. Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital, April 13, 1968

 

3

Inauguration of Pathological and Clinical Laboratories, Institute of Hematology, May 25, 1968

 

4

Visit to TV's guest house, Madurai, Oct. 2, 1968

 

5

St. John's Ambulance Brigade, ca. 1968 (note: includes photos of Zakir Husain)

 

6

Unidentified event, ca. 1968 (note: includes photos of Indira Gandhi & Zakir Husain)

 

7

Unidentified event, ca. 1968

 

8

Visit to Hungary, Jan., 1969

 

9

Sixth Annual Convocation, Kurukshetra University, March 6, 1969

 

10

Address, April 16, 1969

36

1

Medicor Exhibition, New Delhi, India, 1969

 

2

Unidentified event, ca. 1969

35

11

Unidentified event, ca. 1969

36

3

Tubectomy Camp, Faridkot, Feb. 19, 1970

35

12

Unidentified event, ca. 1970

36

4

Inauguration, Annamalai University Alumni Association, Aug. 3, 1977

 

5

Ananda Coomaraswamy Centennial Lecture, Madras, India, Aug. 22, 1977

 

6

Convocation Address & receiving Honorary L.L.D. degree, Punjabi University, 1977

 

7

Republic Day Celebration, Annamalai University, Jan. 26, 1978

 

8

Inaugurations of various academic and social activities at P.C. Dental and Nurses Colleges, Bangalore, Nov. 21, 1992

 

 

 

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C.  Audio-Visual Material

 

 

 

 

 

Film:

36

 

Chandrasekhar interview on Today Show with Joe Garagiola & Hugh Downes, February 12, 1969, 16 mm film

36

 

Chandrasekhar interview on Today Show with Joe Garagiola & Hugh Downes, February 12, 1969, VHS videotape, (3 copies)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Audio tape:

75

42

Dr. Chandrasekhar's speech at the Population Crisis Committee, Washington, DC, January 12, 1968, reel-to-reel audiotape, parts 1 & 2

 

 

 

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S5.  PRINTED MATERIAL

 

 

 

 

 

A.  Newspaper Clippings

 

 

 

37

1

Abortion 1 of 2

 

2

Abortion 2 of 2

 

3

Abuse, Rape, & Incest

 

4

Afghanistan

 

5

Africa

 

6

African Americans

 

7

Aging

 

8

Alaska

 

9

Alcohol

 

10

Algeria

 

11

Anderson, Marian

 

12

Andhra Pradesh, India

 

13

Animals

 

14

Arab World

 

15

Arid lands

 

16

Arizona

 

17

Asia

 

18

Asian Americans

 

19

Australia

 

20

Averages and Normalcy

 

21

Bali

 

22

Bangladesh

 

23

Bhopal, India/Union Carbide

 

24

Bhutan

 

25

Bikes and bicycling

 

26

Biographical Articles, Various People