Below: Court fee and revenue stamp from the Princely State of Indargarh
Court Fee and Revenue Stamps of the Princely States of India. These were designed by the British as a means to collect taxes from the residents of some of the Princely States as starting as early as 1797. The designs include the name of the state as well as the type and amount of tax imposed. This rich collection, including stamps from over 15 princely states, is a gift from Kenneth Robbins. View Record
Henry Morse Stephens Collection. This is an early bequest in 1919 of an important collection relating to British India and Indian history. Cataloged individually.
Kipling Collection. This collection on Rudyard Kipling was begun in 1919 and expanded by a major purchase in 1963 of rare and scarce materials, first editions, manuscripts, typescripts, and ephemera. Individually cataloged.
Krishnabai Nimbkar Collection. This was a gift in 1955 from Dr. Krishnabai Nimbkar's collection on India's Congress Party, including correspondence, papers, pamphlets, and policy statements. View Record
Leo E. Rose Himalayan Collection. This collection was begun with extensive purchases made in Nepal by Professor Leo Rose on politics, history, and law in the 1950s and continued with purchases under the Himalayan Border Countries Program from 1960 to 1969 and is currently enhanced by acquisitions under the Library of Congress Acquisitions Program. This collection includes microfilm of portions of the holdings of the India Office Library, London and the Nation Archives in New Delhi on the Himalayan region, with a concentration on Nepal. It is especially strong on the 19th and early 20th century period and is a unique resource in the U.S. Individually cataloged.
Maps of South Asia. The Earth Sciences & Map Library holds 4500 maps and nautical charts of South Asia, in addition to world maps and general maps of Asia and the Indian Ocean region. There are also 65 atlases and gazetteers of the area. Individually cataloged.
South Asians in North America Collection. Formerly known as the Hindustan Gadar Party Collection, this collection includes primary source materials, such as photographs, pamphlets, party literature, and interviews in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, and English on this Indian nationalist party which was based in Northern California during the first two decades of the 20th century. View Record | View Annotated and Selected Bibliography Record