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Gandhi, Mohandas K.
A COLLECTION OF THREE NOTES AND POSTCARDS, COMPRISING:
autograph note signed, to Jamnabehn, on the available stocks of cloth and encouraging her to continue weaving khadi, in Gujarati, 2 pages, n.d., c.70 x 67mm, small burn hole; autograph note signed, to Yashwant Prasad, a co-worker of Jamnabehn, on the looms used for weaving khadi ("...Do not be under the impression that I am trying to modify or improve the Rantia [spinning wheel] am I capable of that?..."), in Gujarati, 2 pages, lined paper, n.d., c.100 x 55mm, small burn holes; postcard signed, to Jamnabehn, advising her of the correct philosophical attitude towards sickness ("...Every thing perishes once their life span is over. We have to be patient on that count..."), in Gujarati, 2 pages, postmarked Samarmati, 1 June 1926, small oblong 8vo (88 x 140mm)
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Jamnabehn was a member of the extended Gandhi clan. She was adept as spinning khadi and worked closely with the grand-daughters of Dadabhai Naoroji and other members of Gandhi's circle.

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