Wong Chong and Company
Wong Chong and Company
2 mining re-records of a placer claim for [Lip] Coon and Luen Sing.
British Columbia. Mining Recorder.
Card for the Pan-Pacific Women's Conference including the Chinese Benevolent Association's Reception to Delegates.
Chinese Benevolent Association (Vancouver, B.C.)
Hing, S. Y.
Pad of writing paper with the letterhead of the Hotel Mar at 511 Maynard Avenue in Seattle.
Note from John Hanawalt of Old Seattle Paperworks attributing a handwritten essay (102-11-2) to Sam Shorey.
Business card for the Medford House, a lodging house in Medford, Oregon, emphasizing "No Chinese Help Employed". A list of titles and numbers are inscribed in pencil on verso.
A $5.00 ticket for 21 meals at the California Restaurant at 3 Yakima Ave., owned by Sam Chong, issued to J. P. Switzer. Chinese characters are inscribed in ink on verso.
Brown unglazed earthenware ceramic tea set made of yixing clay, consisting of four tea cups, a tea pot, and tray. Tea set is decorated with a nature motif of flowers,squirrels, and branches. May be made of Yixing clay.
Porcelain container decorated with flowers which contains red ink of a tacky consistancy used with Chinese character stamps. Bottom of vessel is stamped, and a label is adhered to the inside of the container.
Blank form for petition for a certificate of Canadian citizenship by a natural-born Canadian citizen.
Leong Ding Bong
Photo collage of twenty-three players.
Wand, Cecil B.
Printed on card: "Metcalf / Successor to Whipple / 503 Washington Street, Cor. West, Boston." Inscribed on verso: "Charlie Sing / This was a friend of Grandma Ramsey & her older sons".
Printed on card; "J. Pitcher Spooner, / Portraits and Landscapes. / 171-73-75 Main Street, Stockton." Inscribed at top of card: "Chinese mants [sic] wife & babe".
Spooner, J. Pitcher
Printed on verso: "Photographed and Published for the Central Pacific Railroad Company by Alfred A. Hart, Artist, Sacramento." Stereograph #204 in series.
Hart, Alfred A.
Printed on verso of card: "J.A. Sherriff, / Photographer, / Corner Fifth and E Streets, / San Diego, Cal. / Negatives Preserved."
Depicts wooden store fronts, horses hitched to carriages parked on the side of the street and men walking in street. Dupont Street is now Pender Street.
Timms, Philip Thomas
Depicts the White Lunch cafe, the Province newspaper office, and other buildings nearby.
Inscribed: "Held at the New W. K. Garden on April 27th 1949, tea held by Henry and Maisie Y.C. Leong."
Alma Photographic Studio
Depicts a seated young Chinese woman holding a fan; a bowl and an opium pipe sit on the table next to her. Printed on card: "C.A. Nelson / Paris Panel / Bakersfield, Cal."
Nelson, C. A.