1.‘Famous Brahmin leader here: Rt. Hon. S. Sastri’, Victoria Daily Times, 12 August 1921. The original is quite damaged, so the picture produced here is from the personal collection of Alamelu Padmanabhan.
2.‘It ain’t polite to interrupt’. Original cartoon by Charles Henry Sykes for Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger. Reproduced in Manitoba Free Press, 12 August 1921. Source: Library and Archives Canada.
3.‘His big brother’. Original cartoon by Edmund Waller Gale for the Los Angeles Times. Reproduced in Manitoba Free Press, 12 August 1921. Source: Library and Archives Canada and Los Angeles Times.
4.‘Sastri and Bajpai in America’. Creator: Bain News Service, publisher. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, DC.
5.‘Sastri at the Conference on Limitation of Armaments, Washington DC.’ Creator(s): Harris & Ewing, photographer. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, DC.
6.‘Sastri in Australia, 1922’. Source: Sastriana: The Mother-in-Law, Servants of India Society, Madras, 1962.
7‘Equal in rank but inferior in status’. Creator: The ‘Doodle’. Source: Indian Review, Vol. 25, No. 5, May 1924.
8.‘Representatives of the Government of India and the Union of South Africa, with Officials, at the First Round Table Conference at Cape Town, December 1926’. Source: The Bramdaw Archives.
9.‘Governor General and Agent General’, Natal Witness, 21 February 1928. Source: Johannesburg City Library and the Bramdaw Archives.
10.‘A Historic Committee’. Source: The Bramdaw Archives.
11.Kondana Rao, V.S.S. Sastri and John Tyson. Source: Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan.