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)
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