Letter from G.J. Watumull to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee
Letter from G.J. Watumull to Bhagwan Singh Gyanee, wishing him luck on his new venture (presumably the American Institute of Culture). Watumull discusses what he sees as the two major problems facing India: the production of food and control of population.
Telegram from G.J. Watumull to J.J. Singh
Telegram from G.J. Watumull to J.J. Singh dated March 6, 1944 regarding a bill proposed by Senator William Langer that would permit approximately 3,000 natives of India who entered the U.S. prior to July 1, 1924 to become naturalized U.S. citizens.
Letter from G.J. Watumull to Senator William Langer
Letter from G.J. Watumull to Senator William Langer dated February 21, 1944. Watumull congratulates Langer on his proposed bill to grant citizenship to Indians residing in the U.S. and requests he visit Los Angeles to meet with representatives of the Indian community there personally.
Letter from G.J. Watumull to Godha Ram Channon
Letter dated August 31, 1951 from Mrs. G.J. Watumull, Chairman of the Distribution Committee of the Watumull Foundation, to Godha Ram Channon. The letter references an earlier exchange between the recipient and sender and states that the Watumull Foundation would pay for round the world air passage with a lengthy stopover in India for Mr. Channon.