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Affidavit of Sam Sing

Affidavit of Sam Sing attesting to the fact that Fung Ying Quoy, a prospective Chinese immigrant, is compliant with the Chinese Immigration Act, and that a head tax of $500 will be paid upon his arrival in Vancouver.

Sing, Sam

Rudolph and Edith Crook fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1148
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1950

The fonds consists of a manuscript, black-and-white and colour prints, and slide images relating to life in the Szechuan province of China (1920-1950). A manuscript entitled A Trip to Tibet (Summer 1930) with photographs chronicles a trip taken by the Crooks with fellow medics and missionaries. The considerable slide and print collection reveals aspects of Chinese people, life and topography as well as Asian-Christian subjects.

Crook, Rudolph

[Letter regarding Chinese citizen's rights]

Letter from the Chinese Workers' Protection Association regarding how government is charging taxes but the Chinese are not getting the same benefits. The association invites the Chinese Student's Association about writing together to B.C. government and Vancouver government in protest.

Chinese Student's Association

Lee family fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1325
  • Fonds
  • 1895-1933

The fonds consists of correspondence (1895-1933) and financial records (1913/1914, 1921) which document the business activities of the Lee family, most notably Lee Thung and his son Lee Kepment.

Lee (family)

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