"Leilani Gift Shops Celebrate 29th Year"
An article celebrating the 29th anniversary of the Leilani Gift Shops, one of the five types of retail stores run by Watumull Brothers, Ltd. Includes a photograph of Gulab Watumull.
Beverly Creamer, "A Gift from the Watumulls"
An article from The Honolulu Advertiser written by Beverly Creamer detailing the philanthropic efforts of Ellen Watumull, the wife of Gobindram Watumull and the long-term director of the Watumull Foundation. Ellen Watumull describes an early encounter with writer Ved Mehta, when he was six years old and suffering from spinal meningitis. Includes a photograph of Ellen Watumull.
Laurel Murphy, "Jhamandas Watumull: Hyderabad to Honolulu" (1973)
Article from the August 22, 1973 issue of The Honolulu Advertiser written by Laurel Murphy, which describes the life story of Jhamandas Watumull and the Watumull business. Murphy goes into considerable detail about Watumull's early years in Hyderabad and Manila, as well as the effects of the Partition on his family home in Sindh. Includes a photograph of Jhamandas Watumull.
"East India Store Section," Honolulu Advertiser (1937)
Four-page advertisement insert from the June 3, 1937 edition of the Honolulu Advertiser, marking the opening of the Watumull Building on 1162 Fort Street. Includes several short articles about G.J. Watumull and J. Watumull, advertisements for the stores, products, and boutiques housed in the building, as well as photographs of the East India Store interior and its employees.
"The Watmul Foundation"
An article from The Indian Home magazine on the creation of the Watumull Foundation, headed by Gobindram J. Watumull and his wife Ellen Watumull and headquartered in Los Angeles.