Watumull's Advertisement (1987)
An advertisement for Watamull's from the February 17, 1987 issue of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin coinciding with the centennial of the 1887 Constitution of the Kingdom of Hawaii, the "Year of the Hawaiian" as the advertisement describes it.
"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.
"Baba is 100!" (1985)
A novelty newspaper titled The Indian Gazette printed to celebrate the 100th birthday of Watumull Brothers, Ltd. founder Jhamanadas Watumull. Dated February 15, 1985, the "gazette" includes a short article with quote from the director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts, one of the beneficiaries of the Watumull foundation, a biography of Jhamandas Watumull, as well as a detailed family tree.
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.
Brief biography of Gulab Watumull
A brief biography of Gulab Watumull, the third son of Jhamandas Watumull. Gulab was born and educated in India, and came to Hawaii in 1948 to further his education. He eventually became involved in the family business, and assumed the head of Watumull Brothers, Ltd. in 1956.
"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.
Interview with Naren Bakshi
Interview with Naren Bakshi conducted by Jacqueline Ruiz, the founder and director of the Asian Indian Heritage Project.
Advertisement for India China Store in San Francisco
Advertisement for India China Store in San Francisco, run by G.R. Channon. Among the items advertised are “India Art Goods,” jewelry, and foods. A color picture of Mahatma Gandhi was given free to anyone who brought in this advertisement.