"Watumull's Might" in Indian Home magazine
Insert titled "Watumull's Might" from Indian Home magazine with several photographs pertaining to the Watumull clothing business and the Watumull family. Includes photographs of the Watumull family presence in Los Angeles as well as Hawaii.
"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.
Kuldip Singh Autograph
Autographed postcard of singer Kuldip Rae Singh. The text reads, "To Ken From Kuldip Singh." Singh had made two television appearances in the U.S. in the mid-1950s, the first on the Groucho Marx quiz show and the second on the George Gobel show.
Mahatma Gandhi "Champion of Liberty" Stamp
On January 26th, 1961, the United States Postal Service issued 120 million 4 cent stamps and 40 million 8 cent stamps honoring Mahatma Gandhi in the "Champions of Liberty" series. The US was the second country in the world to issue a stamp honoring Mahatma Gandhi after India.
Request for Support for Famine Relief Activities
Letter dated February 25, 1946 from President of the India League of America J.J. Singh and Richard J. Walsh, Chairman of the Executive Committee. The letter discusses the formation of a Famine Emergency Committee in response to famine in Bengal, and requests donations.
Famine Is Like This
Reprint of the essay "Famine Is Like This" by John Frederick Muehl first published in Asian and the Americas (January 1946). The essay was distributed by the India League of America.