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Saund (Dalip Singh) papers
CEMA 202  
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Papers of Dalip Singh Saund (1899-1973), American politician and member of the United States House of Representatives, 29th District of California (1955-1962).
Born in Chhajulwadi, Amritsar district, Punjab Province, British India, Dalip Singh Saund (1899-1973) immigrated to the United States to study at the University of California Berkeley, where he earned a PhD in mathematics in 1924. Saund married Marian Kosa in 1928. Over the next two decades, the Saund's raised three children in the Imperial Valley, where he established himself as a farmer and fertilizer distributor.
22.31 Linear Feet; (21 document boxes, 13 half-document boxes, 6 flat oversize boxes, 1 flip-top box, 23 motion picture film reels, 21 audiotape reels, and 15 10-inch disks)
Property rights to the collection and physical objects belong to the Regents of the University of California acting through the Department of Special Research Collections at the UCSB Library. All applicable literary rights, including copyright to the collection and physical objects, are protected under Chapter 17 of the U.S. Copyright Code and are retained by the creator and the copyright owner, heir(s), or assignees.
The collection is open for research. Audiovisual materials may only be accessed pending reformatting.