Letter from Bhagwan Singh to Mr. & Mrs. Watumull
Letter from Bhagwan Singh Gyanee to Ellen and J.G. Watumull, dated December 6, 1958. In the letter, Gyanee discusses his whereabouts since he left New York that October, and the greetings he received in Bombay and Chandigarh. Gyanee also mentions that "The Daily Parkash" (sic) has published a series of articles on his life.
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull
Letter from Taraknath Das to G.J. Watumull dated February 25, 1944. Das informs Watumull of a bill proposed by Senator William Langer to grant citizenship to Indians residing in the U.S. The bill, he writes, was introduced on December 15, 1943, but Das did not learn of it until February 1944, when Senator Langer sent him a copy of the proposed bill directly.
Telegram from India League of America to G.J. Watumull
Telegram from India League of America to G. J. Watamull, which states that the India League wants to fight for a bill that removes immigration and naturalization restrictions against Indian immigrants, and asks for Watamull’s help in funding a publicity campaign.
Telegram from J.J. Singh to G.J. Watumull
Telegram from J.J. Singh to G.J. Watumull dated March 7, 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. Singh informs Watumull that he has written to Clare Booth Luce to introduce a similar resolution in the House.