Beverly Creamer, "A Gift from the Watumulls"
An article from The Honolulu Advertiser written by Beverly Creamer detailing the philanthropic efforts of Ellen Watumull, the wife of Gobindram Watumull and the long-term director of the Watumull Foundation. Ellen Watumull describes an early encounter with writer Ved Mehta, when he was six years old and suffering from spinal meningitis. Includes a photograph of Ellen 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.
"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.
The Watumull Foundation Contribution to East-West Understanding
1959 U.S. Congressional Record detailing the proceedings and debates of the 86th Congress, First Session. This 2-page document prints the remarks given by John A. Burns, a Delegate from Hawaii, on the contribution by the Watumull foundation on East-West understanding.
Letter from Ellen Watumull to Godha Ram Channon
Letter from Ellen Watumull to Godha Ram Channon dated September 13, 1951. Watumull tells Channon that the Watumull Foundation can only afford to fund his travel to and from India; he must find a way to raise the money for travel within the country himself.