Telegram from G.J. Watumull to J.J. Singh

Telegram from G.J. Watumull to J.J. Singh dated March 6, 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.

Date: March 6, 1944
Subject(s): J.J. Singh
Type: Correspondence
Creator: G.J. Watumull


March 6, 1944

NLT J. J. Singh
14 East 56th St.
New York, N.Y.

Your wire good work. Keep it up. We are with you one hundred percent. Holding meeting March 15th for finan-cial support. What is estimate to see this matter through? How much is our quota for California? How about getting some friendly representative to introduce same changed bill simultaneously in the House.

G. J. Watumull

Collection: Godha Ram Channon, Papers of
Item History: 2014-11-06 (created); 2017-02-21 (modified)

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