Papers as Prime Minister of the Punjab, including political correspondence about the Punjab and its partition, 1946 7; Sikh migration to the East Punjab, 1947; Urdu material relating to the Unionist position on the Simla conference, c.1945; papers relating to the 1946 elections, Punjab Unionist Party manifesto, Tiwana's statement and pamphlets about the Party; papers as member of the Indian delegation to the Paris Peace Conference, 1946, with material relating to his recall to India; the Second Dominions Economic Conference, Aug 1946; the victimisation of political opponents in the process of partition, 1947; the Muslim League and the war effort, 1946 7; and communal disturbances, 1946 7. Files (2) of press cuttings on the Gandhi-Jinnah compromise, Sep 1942 - Oct 1942, and Muslim League meetings, Dec 1943 - Jan 1944; monthly files of newspaper reports on Indian affairs, Jan 1947 - Jun 1947.
Correspondence with Sir Bertrand Glancy (1882-1953), formerly Governor of the Punjab, Dec 1946 - Mar 1952; general correspondence, 1946 9; papers about the Kalra Canal and the appropriation of canals and other property by the Pakistan government, 1949 52; papers about Tiwana family history, 1955 67; a history of the Punjab up to 1937, by Tiwana, probably with the assistance of Syed Nur Ahmad. (Part printed by C.Baxter, `The 1937 elections and the Sikander-Jinnah Pact' PANJAB PAST AND PRESENT 10 (1972).)
File of speeches by Sir Sikander Hayat Khan, as Prime Minister of the Punjab, 1937 41.
Papers relating to the Punjab Unionist Party: manifesto, rules and speeches relating to the party, in English and Urdu, 1936, together with related pamphlets, including Rao Bahudur Chaudhri Chhotu Ram INDEBTEDNESS IN THE PUNJAB (Lahore, 1936) and PUNJAB POLITICS BY 'A PUNJABEE' (Lahore, 1936); papers about the Sikander-Jinnah Pact of 1937.
Constitution and rules of the Punjab Provincial Muslim League, 1938; list of members of the council of the All-India Muslim League, 1938.