|Title||McCallister, Mehta, and Robinson|
McCallister, Mehta, and Robinson. 1956.
B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing Ralph McCallister with Caganvihari Mehta, and George Robinson.
Chautauqua N.Y., July 27, 1956/ Ambassador Mehta Will View 'India Since Independence'/ Diplomat Will Outline Hopes Of His People/ "India Since Independence" will be presented to Chautauquans tonight in an 8:30 Amphitheater address by the Honorable Caganvihari L. Mehta, Indian ambassador to the United States and Mexico. In his talk tonight, Mr. Mehta will draw from a long and distinguished career in business and public life in India. Before his present appointment in 1952, he was a member of the Planning Commission of India and chairman of the Tariff Commission. When India was granted independence in 1947, Mr. Mehta was appointed president of the Tariff Board under the national Government in India. In March, 1950, he was appointed a member of the National Planning Commission, and from January to August, 1952, he concurrently held the position of chairman of the Tariff Commission.
[stamp] Glen-Ray Photo/ Official Photographers/ Chautauqua, N.Y.
|Collection||Chautauqua Institution Photographic Collection|
Robinson, George F.
|Object Name||Print, Photographic (b&w)|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
|Print size||8 x 10"|