The Sari Air India Advertisement
Air India advertisement brochure, featuring several illustrations and descriptions of sari and tika. One segment in the brochure includes an illustrated guide on "how to wear a sari."
How To Wear A Saree
Newspaper clipping from March 3, 1970 issue of India News and Views, featuring an illustrated guide on "How To Wear A Saree."
How To Drape Your Sari
Newspaper clipping from India News on "How to Drape Your Sari." The article contains illustrations on how to drape a sari, as well as pictures of different regional variations.
Photography of Gulab Watumull speaking with customers. Photo credited to Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
East India Store window decorated for Indian independence
Storefront of the East India Store (Waikiki Branch) decorated for the occasion of India's independence. A sign reads "To Celebrate India's Independence, August 15, 1947 - Friday, The Watumull Store Extends Open House." Photo credited to Salart Studios.
Store window decorated for Indian independence
Photograph of one of the Watumull stores decorated for the occasion of India's independence. A sign reads "To Celebrate India's Independence, August 15, 1947 - Friday, The Watumull Store Extends Open House, Refreshments Served, 10% Discount On All Purchases, Entire Proceeds of Today's Business Will Be Donated to Indian Charities." Photo credited to Salart Studios.
Photograph of window display of one of the Watumull stores. Image credited to Salart Studios.
Oral History Interview with Alok Vaid-Menon
Alok Vaid-Menon is a gender non-conforming writer and performance artist. In their oral history, Alok describes growing up in College Station, TX, connecting with activists and artists during college in California and subsequently in New York, their experiences touring across the world as a performance artist, and their journey of navigating gender through poetry, activism and fashion.