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1999.020.025 Catalog Catalog of photographers include in the show. It includes Clarence Arai and his work "Sanctuary" 1953 Northwest International Potographic Salon
1999.020.026 magazine Betz laboratory bulletin with cover photograph of "Tranquility" by Clarence Arai. The Betz Inidicator
1999.020.027 Magazine Betz laboratories a water treatment consultant firm has on the cover of its bulletin a photo - Across the Bar by Clarence Arai. the Betz Indcator
1999.020.028 Letters 28 Correspondence W.H. and L.D. Betz and use of Photos in Betzindicator A Letter from Betz Nov 10,1954 B Letter from Arai Nov 12,1954 C Letter from Betz Nov 24,1954 and release D Letter from Betz Dec 6, 1954 E Letter from Betz Oct.31,1955 F Letter from Arai Nov. 7, 1955 G Letter from Betz Nov.11,1955 H Letter from Betz Aug.1, 1956 I Letter from Canada on Tranquility photograph Aug 16, 1956
1999.020.029 Letters A Letter From A.E. Zimmer May 3,1951 B Letter From Getzendaner Photo, Society of Am Feb 11,1952 C Letter from R. Wright Photo. Society of Am Dec 11, 1952 D Letter from B. King Salon W.S. Photo Society Sept. 1, 1953 E Salon Workshop, Information for the Masters F Letter, C.C. From Arai to Esther Bladgett Dec 30, 1953 G Letter from Betz Sept 17,1954 Correspondence 1951-1953
1999.020.030 Letters A Letter from Ira Dole Jan6, 1954 B Letter and envelope from Esther Blodgett Jan13,1954 C Letter from Arai to C.L. Wilson Jan 27, 1954 D Letter from C. Wilson to Arai Jan 31, 1954 E Letter from Arai to Wilson, c.c. Feb. 2, 1954 F Letter from Arai to Ira Dole Feb. 19, 1954 G Letter from Ida Dole Feb.23,1954 H Letter, c.c. from Que Chin to Photo Society of Am. Feb 24, 1954 I Letter and Envelope from E Roman March 1, 1954 J 2 Letters i From C. Searle March 25,1954 ii From Arai April 6, 1954 K Letter, cc to E. Roman April 6, 1954 L Letter and cc from Ira Dole April 7 1954 M Letter from E. Roman March 28, 1954 N Letter from C. Searle April 15, 1954 O Letter cc to FH Conant MIT Oct 28, 1954 P Letters and postcard from MIT Nov 2, 1954 Response Nov 4, 1954 Q Letter from Ida Dole Nov 3, 1954 R Letter from Ida Dole Nov 15, 1954 S Letters and pamphlet i From B.King Dec 1, 1954 ii To B. King Dec 14,1954 iii The Salon Workshop T 3 Letters i From G.L. Kinkade Dec 13, 1954 ii cc to G. Kinkade Dec 15 1954 iii cc to A.H. Hilton Dec 15, 1954 Correspondence 1954
1999.020.031 Letters A Letter from Norris Harkness Jan 18,1955 B Letter to Norris Harkness Jan 30,1955 C Letter from Fin Kunishige to Foto Alpine, c.c. Jan 25, 1955 D Letter to MIT Feb 1, 1955 E Letter from Royal Photographic Society March 24, 1955 F Letter from Royal Photographic Society April 18,1955 G Letter, cc to R. Wright July 19,1955 H Letter, cc to N. Harkness Sept.5,1955 I Letter cc to J.A. McVie Sept 5, 1955 J Letter, cc to R. Wright Nov 30, 1955 K Letters on Chao Chen Yang's application i From Floyd Evans Dec 29,1955 ii To F. Evans, cc Jan 3, 1956 iii To R. Wright cc Jan3,1955[sic] 1955 Correspondence
1999.020.032 Letters A Letters i From G. Pool Feb 10,1956 ii To G. Pool Feb 23,1956 B Letters i From F.B. Evans Feb.24,1956 ii To,cc,F.B. Evans Feb 27,1956 C Letter, cc To F.B. Evans March 2,1956 D Letter, cc To George Kincade March4,1956 E Letter from F.B. Evans March 8, 1956 F Letter From JA McVie,cc,April 25,1956 G Letter to McVie April 30, 1956 H Letter to F.B. Evans, cc May 3, 1956 I Letters i cc to JA McVie June 18,1956 ii From McVIe June 13,1956 J Letter - From McVie July 30, 1956 K Letter cc To Chao-Chen Yang August 14,1956 Correspondence 1956
1999.020.033 Letters A cc bio of C. Arai B cc bio of C. Arai C Photo data on C. Arai D cc bio of C Arai E Accomplishment list F CC Accomplishment list G cc bio of Kyo Koike H cc bio of Chao-Chen Yang I Bio of Chao Chen Yang J cc bio of Chao Chen Yang K Seattle Photo Society Membership 1957 L List of J.W. Marshall Nov 18,1954 M Point list N Point List O Point List P Point List Q Point List R Point List S Point List T List of shows U List of shows V List of shows W List of Shows and Points X Application Y Application Z List of showings AA Attendance for Kohga C.C. Bios, applications, bullets
1999.022.001 Postcard Yellow postcard invitation. Stamped in the upper left corner of the front in Chinese and English: "Lund Kong Tin Yee Association, 7091/2 So. King Street, Seattle, Washington 98104". On the right is a 20 cent U.S. stamp of a blue jay. Postmark is dated December 4, 1997. Written in Chinese and English in black is "Mrs. Chew, 1919 S. College St., Seattle WA 98144". On the back printed in black ink in English and then Chinese is "LUNG KONG WOMEN'S CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY WILL BE HELD ON Sunday, December 21, 1997 12:00 Noon at the hall of LUNG KONG ASSOCIATION". Lung Kong Women's Club Christmas Party Invitation
1999.024.001 Diary 41 computer-generated transcript pages of wartime diary. Titled "Tsuguo Ikeda's Wartime Diary". Each entry is short-dated from 12/7/41 to 2/10/45. Tsuguo Ikeda's Minidoka Diary
1999.025.001 Invitation Glossy white fold-out invitation with dark blue printing. It is folded 4 times (folded it is 5" wide). The first section has a portion of art and a poem by Alan Lau. At the bottom is "July 11, 1998". The next 3 composite pages feature photos of Lau through life as well as poems. The last page is a donation form for the "Asian American Contemporary Art component of the new Wing Luke Asian Museum". Alan Lau's 50th birthday
1999.025.002 Program Gray paper with black printing. Sheet is folded lengthwise. On the front is "alan lau's 50th birthday celebration" and at the bottom is "11 July 1998 Nippon Kan Theatre Seattle" and the WLAM logo. Inside is a bio of Lau and the program schedule. On the back is the acknowledgments, plus info on WLAM. Alan Lau's 50th Birthday Celebration
1999.025.003 Flyer a: Gray paper with white flecks. It is folded over with the bottom 8th of the back showing. It asks for donations to a fund to collect Asian American Art. At the bottom it says "planting seeds with alan lau". Inside is a form for name and address to donate money to the fund at the Wing Luke Asian Museum. b: White envelope (3.625 x 6.5"), stained on top. The front is printed in maroon with the Wing Luke Asian Museum logo and address.
1999.028.001 Card Red Card stock paper with black printing. The card is folded top over bottom. On the front is "1999 HAPPY NEW YEAR 1999" and then a large circle in the center with black background and red seal style Chinese characters. To both sides are two square seal style Chinese characters. Below this is: "GEE HOW OAK TIN ASSOCIATION AND FOUNDATION 519 1/2 7TH Avenue South, Seattle Washington USA 98104" On the inside of the card on the lower half is a rectangular grid with Chinese and large Chinese characters to the right of this grid.
1999.028.002 Flyer Red paper card with black printing. The card is printed in Chinese. At the top is the date: "1999" Below this is a wood block print of a Chinese figure holding a scroll with Chinese characters. Then there is a roster of names of Wong Association of Seattle officers.
1999.028.003 Rosters Two letter size white paper sheets with photocopied black Chinese Characters A: Photocopy on white paper in black Chinese calligraphy. There is a square grid on the left two-thirds of the page listing association members. On the far left side are four large vertical seal style Chinese characters and to the left of this is a vertical line of Chinese characters which mean the name of the association; the Mar family association. B: Photocopy on white paper in black Chinese calligraphy. It is a notice written vertically down the length of the page.
1999.028.004 Cards New Years 2 - red glossy paper New Years cards. A & B: Glossy red paper cards with gold printing on one side. There is a "fleur de lis" repeating pattern forming a frame around the card. Down the center of the card are gold Chinese characters. 3 - additional cards engagement, birthday and New Year's
1999.028.005 Card, Greeting Dark pink paper cards with gold printing. There is an alternating thunder motif pattern forming a frame around the card. Gold Chinese characters run down the center. At the top is "Xin Ci" "Auspicious New Year" and below and to the right is "Gong He" "With My Respects". And then down the center is: "America, Seattle, Mar Family Association"
1999.028.006 Paper Orange paper slips with black printing. An alternating fleur d'les pattern forms a frame around the rectangular paper. In the center are four large Chinese characters. Donor's names and donation amount are added later.
1999.028.007 Signs 8 - red paper signs in Chinese A: Long sign in gold ink, H: 8.25" L: 48.25", Mar annual banquet sign. B: Part of small sign, H: 9.875", W: 4.375", with black Chinese characters. C: Small sign, H: 9.75", W: 4.375", with black Chinese characters. D: Large sign, H: 25.5", W: 14.75", with black Chinese characters in the center on a penciled grid. Along the left side are larger gold characters and on the right are larger black characters. There is an oval stamp near the lower left side, pink with red characters, "Mar Family Association" 1984 E: Large sign, H: 22.5" W: 17", with black Chinese characters in the center on a penciled grid. Along the left side are larger gold characters and on the right are larger gold and black characters. There is an oval stamp near the lower left side, pink with red characters, "Mar Family Association" 1986 F: Large sign, H: 21.5" W: 15.5", with black Chinese characters in the center on a penciled grid. Along the left side are larger gold characters and on the right are larger gold and black characters. There is an oval stamp near the lower left side, pink with red characters, "Mar Family Association" 1985. G: Large sign, H: 24.5" W: 17.25", with black Chinese characters in the center on a penciled grid. Along the left side are larger gold characters and on the right are large gold characters. There is an oval stamp near the lower left side, pink with red characters, "Mar Family Association" 1985. Across the top in English is "MAR SOCIETY" There is some scotch tape on the front holding on corrections. H: Large sign, H: 24.5" W: 17.75", with black Chinese characters in the center on a penciled grid. Along the left side are larger gold characters and on the right are larger gold and black characters. There is an oval stamp near the lower left side, pink with red characters, "Mar Family Association" 1986.
1999.028.008 Book, Receipt Paper cover receipt book. Faded aqua color card stock cover bound at the top with staples and black cloth tape. The back cover is plain card board. The book opens from the bottom to the top, lengthwise. Inside are pink paper pages perforated at mid-point. The pages are printed with black Chinese characters. Identical characters are on both partitions, but the bottom one has a black outline and a floral line underneath the name of the association. the top has only a straight line under the association name. There is the associaton name: "America, Seattle, Mar Family Association" then the date.
1999.028.010 Invitation Invitations A: Pink card stock paper with black printing. The cover name is writtenin ink in Chinese. On the inside is: "Mah Society of North America, 139 East Pender Street, Vancouver 4, BC, Canada" on one side and on the other is text in Chinese. B: Single page red card stock card with gold printing and written in areas in black Chinese characters. Addressed to Mar Family Association. C: Double page red card stock card with gold printing and written in areas in black Chinese characters. On the inside in English is: "The Hip Sing Association announces the opening of the 40th National Convention in Seattle ..."
1999.028.011 Letter And Envelope Two letters and three envelopes. A: 6.5 x 8.25" white paper with Chinese characters on the right side written in pencil. B: 6.875 x 3.5" brown piece of paper with Chinese characters on the right side in pencil. C: 4.75 x 8" white envelope to: "Mar Society 704 King St. Seattle, Wash., USA" from Hong Kong. D: 5.125 x 7.625" pink envelope addressed to: "Mr. Cum Ku, 9 Canton Alley Chinatown, Seattle WA 98104" from China. E: 6.375 x 9.5" brown envelope to: "Mar Society" from "Kiu Len Book Co. Vancouver, CA."
1999.028.012 Name Slips 129 - pink paper slips with names written in Chinese in black ink. The names of financial donors were posted on the wall.
1999.029.001 Booklets Four paperback booklets of music A - D: all are staple and glue bound and have a cover illustration of a man in a suit playing the violin standing next to a woman playing a piano. Music notes and lines circle around them. Below this is a blossom shaped area with Chinese characters. At the top are dark blue characters with white background and below this are white characters. In a small white rectangle are the characters noting the volume number. The back is plain white. A: is light blue with purple blossom area. B: is green with an orange blossom area. C: is grey with an orange blossom area. D: is light purple with an orange blossom area.
1999.029.002 Song Sheets Five double page song sheets folded over width wise. The song sheets open left to right. They are printed on newprint paper. On the backof each is a listing of other performers and songs in the series. There is a Columbia Records logo circle coupled with a round seal on the front of each. The interior printing is dark brown. A - D: Printed in orange ink. E: Printed in dark blue. A:The front cover has photographs of two women, one in the upper right and one below this and to the left. The title is in the upper left: Yin Deng - Yu Reng (Silver Light shines on Beauty) Sung by Chiang Wei Fang and Chong Hsien. B: the front cover had two photographs of a man and a woman. The top is in the shape of a star and shows a man in suit and tie singing into a microphone. Below this and to the left is a rectangular photo of a woman in a hat. There is an illustration of trees along the bottom. The title is in Chinese and translates as: "Blooming Flowers, Full Moon" and is sung by Tan Bo Ye and Wei Xiao feng. Song composed by Jiu Shu. Serial number is "No. 49855 A-D" C: The front cover has photographs of a man and a woman. The top photo of the man is star shaped and he is in a suit and tie standing in front of a microphone. Below and to the left of this is a heart shaped photo with a Chinese woman. Below this and to the right is an illustration of trees. The title is along the upper right side: "Fine wife. Good Mother" and is sung by Tan Bo Ye, shing Yue er and Ben Yue. Composed by Hu Wen Sen. D: On the front are the photographs of a man and a woman. At the top is a rectangular photo of a man. Below and to the left is a rectangular photo of a woman. The title is in the upper left corner: "Big Dummy Buys a Pig" ? Vol. II, sung by He Da xia and Huang Pei yin. The serial number is: "No. 49858 A - D" E: Two photographs on the front cover. In the upper right is a star shape with the photo of a woman and below this and to the left is a rectangular photo of a woman. The title is in the lower right corner and is: "Meet at West River" sung by Fei Ing and Chong Hsien. The song was composed by Lao Ding. The outside pages are printed in dark blue ink and the inside is in red ink. The number is "No. 49820 A - D"
1999.029.003 Book Blue paper book, stapled with black Chinese characters on the front. Luck Ngi Musical Club. The book opens from left to right. The index is on the inside of the front cover and on the first page. The front cover had three vertical lines of Chinese characters. There is a rectangular purple stamp on the lower left side. In the upper left corner is a small white sticker with: "CHINESE MISICAL CLUB, SEATTLE 1940 DUNKLEE 2/24/89". The back cover has a small center design on it. On the inside of the back cover is a map of Shanghai. On the last page at the bottom is: "CHINESE MUSICAL CLUB 506 MAYNARD AVE SO SEATTLE WASH U.S.A." The address is crossed out and "703 1/2 King St." is written below it. The front cover has become separated from the text.
1999.029.004 Magazine Slick White paper cover magazine The title and text are in English. The upper third of the front cover is orange with black outlined white letters for the title. The date is in black in the upper right and the number of the magazine is in the lower left corner of the orange title area. Below this is a black and white photograph of a man polling in a small sail boat with Mt. Fuji in the background. There is a band of orange below this with the name of the publisher in black. On the back cover is an advertisement for Asahi, Sapporo and Union beer. There is a black and white photo of a Japanese woman with a tray and two beer glasses. The text pages are newsprint. The spine is torn at the top and the bottom. There are some patches on the cover where the first layer of the paper has been torn off.
1999.029.005 Magazine Light blue cover paper magazine with black printing in English. Across the top is: "The Trans-Pacific: A Weekly Review of Far Eastern Political Social and Economic Developments. Published by the Japan Advertiser" In the center of the cover is: "Monthly Export Number" and below this is a black and white photograph of the rice harvest with Japanese characters to each side.
1999.032.001 Invitation Invitation and flyer to the Lung Kung Tin Yee Association New Year's Banquet A: Invitation, H: 6", W: 3.875", pink mottled card with red printing and border. Top of the card is in Chinese, the bottom in English. The dates are written in in red ink. Date of the event is February 28, 1999 at 6:00 PM at the Sun Ya Restaurant. B: Flyer, H: 3.75", W: 8.5", pink paper slip with black printing. The top of the flyer is in Chinese with arabic numerals and the bottom is in English. The flyer tells how and where to purchase tickets and the price of the ticket. C: Envelope, white paper, H: 4.125", W: 9.5", with a red stamped return address in the upper left hand corner. The top line is in Chinese and then: "Lung Kong Tin Yee Association 709 1/2 So. King Street Seattle, Washington 98104" The mailing label on the front is: "Ron Chew & Loan Nguyen, 1511 14th Ave. S #303 Seattle, WA 98144. It has been ripped open at the top and there are pencil notes on the back.
1999.032.002 Program Pink bond paper Program with black printing. The 8.5" X 11" sheet of paper is folded in half to form the program. On the cover is an illustration of a rabbit by Royal Tan. The title is in English and Chinese. At the top is: "1999 Chinese New Year's Party for the Elderly" and then "February 19, 1999 12:00 noon to 2:00 PM Loong Foong Restaurant." Inside is the program events list in English on the left side and in Chinese on the right side. On the back is a list of sponsors.
1999.032.003 Ticket Gold colored paper two part ticket with black printing. A: Largest part, W: 6", Across the top is: "Celebration of Chinese Spring Festival '99" In the upper left hand corner is the logo of the Organization of Chinese Americans, a black Chinese character with O.C.A. down the front of it. The ticket is in Chinese and English. The date is February 20, 1999 at the China Harbor Restaurant, 2040 Westlake Ave. N." B: Small ticketstub, W: 2.75". The OC A logo is at the top and then 2 rows of Chinese characters and then in English, the date, and place of the event.
1999.033.001 Magazine Magazine, mail envelope, letter A: Glossy paper cover magazine, H: 7.375", W: 5", D: .125". The publication is staple and glue bound. It opens left to right. On the cover, which has a pink pattern background, is an inset photograph of a newly constructed building. The title is in red Chinese characters across the top, and in English below that. The photo has a caption in black Chinese characters and then there is a date in red. On the back are three inset color photos. The top one is of a street scene; the second is of a group of men dining with Gary Locke and his father in China; the third is of a group of men standing in front of a temple. All have black Chinese charcter captions. B: Brown paper envelope, H: 6.25", W: 9", on the front is a return address in the upper left corner in black ink. In Chinese and English is: "Fu Shan Monthly Magazine, Fu Shi, Dou Shan, Tai Shan, Kwangtung, People's Republic of China." Then there is a rectangle with three Chinese characters and "IMPRIMES". There is a xerox cut and paste mailing label on the center right. It reads: "Mr. Gregory Chew 1919 S. College St., Ceattle [sic] WA. 98144 U.S.A." At the bottom left is a blue ink stamp with 2 Chinese characters and "Par Avion" outlined. On the back are five Chinese postage stamps with 2 round cancellation stamps printed over them. C: Fuschia colored xeroxed letter. H: 7.625", W: 10.5", there are the faint outlines of a printed gridand with in the grid are handwritten Chinese characters. The letter is dated October 12, 1998 and is asking for the Fu Shi school overseas alumni to donate money to the school.
1999.033.002 Magazine Magazine, mail envelope, letter A: Glossy paper cover magazine, H: 7.375", W: 5", D: .125". The publication is staple and glue bound. It opens left to right. On the cover, which has a pink pattern background, is an inset photograph of a newl gate and pavillion. The title is in red Chinese characters across the top, and in English below that. The photo has a caption in black Chinese characters and then there is a date in red. On the back are three inset color photos. The top one is of a group of men standing in front of a lion dance costume; the second is of a group posing in front of a commemorative gate; the third is of a group posing in an office. All have black Chinese charcter captions. B: Brown paper envelope, H: 6.25", W: 9", on the front is a return address in the upper left corner in black ink. In Chinese and English is: "Fu Shan Monthly Magazine, Fu Shi, Dou Shan, Tai Shan, Kwangtung, People's Republic of China." Then there is a rectangle with three Chinese characters and "IMPRIMES". There is a xerox cut and paste mailing label on the center right. It reads: "Mr. Gregory Chew 1919 S. College St., Ceattle [sic] WA. 98144 U.S.A." At the bottom left is a blue ink stamp with 2 Chinese characters and "Par Avion" outlined. On the back are five Chinese postage stamps with 2 round cancellation stamps printed over them.
1999.033.003 Magazine A: Magazine from Fushan in Toishan province in China. Glossy paper cover magazine, glued on stapled text. Front cover has a pink brocade pattern cloth design with an inset photograph of a plaza. There are color photographs on the back and on inside of front and back covers. The title is in red Chinese characters at the top and in black English. B: The magazine was mailed in a brown paper envelope addressed to " Mr. Gregory Chew". Fushan Monthly Magazine
1999.038.096 Song Sheet 28 - printed inserts of record albums with song lyrics.
1999.038.098 Drawing Charcoal drawings of a man and a woman with black and white photograph of the drawings. A: Portrait of woman with hair tied back. She is wearing circular earrings with disks. She has on a dark jacket which buttons at the center of the collar and then at the right side. B: Portrait Charcoal drawing of a man. He has short hair parted on one side. He is wearing white shirt, tie and jacket. There was cellophane over the drawings that has been removed.
1999.043.003 Newsletter One year of the Chinese Community Newsletter The Epoch. Typed legal sheets with advertisements, photos and a Chinese language section. Vol. I , No. 1 April 1949 - Vol. I, No. 9 1949 and Anniversary issue April 1950. The Epoch
1999.043.005 Flyer Pink sheet of paper with information on the Oak Tin building renovation. Gee How Oak Tin Association
1999.043.006 Flyer Deep pink paper with black printing describing principals in the rehabilitation of the Rex Apartment at and announcing the opening celebration. Rex Apartment Rehabilitation
1999.043.007 Program Fold out program of the 33rd Birthday Anniversary Meeting of the China Club of Seattle China Club of Seattle
1999.045.001 Flier Campaign Fliers A: 67 Fliers: L: 14.75", H: 1.75" White card stock with black printing and grey top and bottom lines. On the front is: "4U4ME4MAYOR-2E" B: 59 Fliers: L: 7.875" H: 1.75", White card stock with black printing and grey top and bottom lines. On the front is "4U4ME2E" C: Fliers: L: 8.5", H: 1.5", White paper with black printing. they have a quote from Ross Cunningham and then an illustration of tuai and then: "LIEM TUAI" 4U4ME4MAYOR-2E
1999.045.006 Article, newspaper Newspaper Articles A: "The Seattle story" from the Sunday Advertiser, September 23, 1973, on the mayor's race and Liem Tuai . B & C: "Bonds Back PeeWee Baseball" from the West Seattle Herald, april 1973. With B & W photo of Liem Tuai, Dick Weston and his son.
1999.045.007 Documents Folders with letters and Campaign materials A: Manilla Filder, "Resumes" - contains two resumes - Julie Martin; John L.F. Slee B: Letters of General Interest i: Letter from Agnes Zinn, offering ot distribute campaign materials ii: Letter from Kenneth Bingen, asking for recommendation of an attorney. iii: Note from Myron Huckle iv: letter to Steve Martin from Joyce Brown explaining Tuai's stand on tax reform for the elderly. C: Precinct Leadership Folder D: I will Work at Home Folder E: I will Doorbell list F: I will Send cards Folder G: I Will Do Telephoning H: Yardsign locations Volunteer Documents
1999.045.008 Packages Campaign flier packages 8 - Complete and 4 empty bags Rectangular white plastic bags with a hole near the top. On the front is a likness of Liem Tuai and within red lines is: " 4U4M4MAYOR 2-E LIEM TUAI" and then "(Pronounced 2-E) Committee for Liem Tuai for mayor -phone 623-0780." A - H has a reprint of article by Ross Cunningham from the Seattle Times May 10, 1973, entitled: "Tuai looks like top challenger for mayor." Also a door knob flier with photos of Tuai and family and his program. Liem Tuai
1999.045.009 Handbill, Political Campaign Literature Handbills A - H: An interview with Liem Tuai, 14 x 8.5", yellow paper folded with black printing outlining Liem's positions on the issues. I: Postcard Instructions, 8.5" x 11", white mimeograph sheet with a list of topics for "get out the vote" cards.
1999.045.010 Business Card Business Cards A: 100 White cards with black printing. In the upper left is embossed in gold the corporate seal of the City of Seattle. then in the center is: "LIEM ENG TUAI" and along the bottom is: "PRESIDENT SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL PHONE 583-2357 SEATTLE MUNICIPAL BUILDING" B: 100 + copies of the same card except the City Seattle Seal is only printed and it is smudged and on the back is his name and position in Chinese. They are in a plastic case. Lien Eng Tuai
1999.048.001 Coins Metal round token coins from the Ah King Co. All have on one side: "Ah King Company Hunters Bay Alaska" There are 6 denominations. The coins worth from 10 cents to $1.00 are silver color aluminum. The coins worth $5 and $10 are gold colored aluminum or tin. The denomination side all say: Good For - In Trade" A: $1.00 l,ll,lll,lV 1.5" Dia. B:50cents l,ll,lll,lV 1.125" Dia. C:25cents l,ll,lll,lV 1" Dia. D:10cents l,ll, lll,lV .875" Dia. E: $5.00 l,ll,lll 1" Dia. F: $10.00 l,ll,lll .875 Dia. 2X2's 3:00 . 100 Ah King Co.
1999.048.002 Coins Round metal token coins of various denominations. All say on one side: "Ah King Co. Seattle, WN." The denomination side says: "Good For - IN TRADE" There are four denominations. All are silver colore tin or aluminum. They are worth from $5 - 50 cents. A: 50 cents l,ll,lll,lV 1.125" Dia. B: 25 cents l,ll,lll,lV .75" Dia. C: 5cents l,ll,lll,lV .75" Dia. D: 10cents l,ll,lll,lV .625" Dia. Ah King Co.
1999.049 Magazine Orange paper cover magazine. At the top in black printing is: "Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom" and then below this is: "The Magazine of the Asian Student Association" Below this are two superimposed boxes. In the center is an illustration of a phoenix, with wide bands below it. Below this is: "Volume I, Number 1 Winter, 1976" On the back is: "Design and Print: The Franklin Press" The Interior has white pages with articles, poetrya nd photography. The editors were: "Judi Nihei and Doug Chin. It was published by the Asian Student Association, University of Washington" Articles by Mayumi Tsutakawa, Sandi fujita, Hiroshi Nakano, Silme domingo, doug Chin, Garrett K. Hongo, Vic Pineda, Tom Mar Wong, Ken Mar.
1999.052.001 Menu Cardstock folded menu from the CHINESE GARDEN RESTAURANT. The cover is metallic silver color with black printing and the interior is white with black printing. Written on the front is: "CHINESE GARDEN" and then three Chinese characters composed of leaf patterns and flowers. Then "AMERICAN and CHINESE MENU" "Music and Dancing every night" then a circle made up of the same three Chinese characters as above. Then, "SEneca 9087 516 SEVENTH AVENUE SOUTH SEATTLE, WASHINGTON". On the back at the top where a portion of the silver is torn away is written in pencil: "1934, Sylvin Turer Scrap book, #42".
1999.053.002 brochure 2 - manilla paper brochures for the Bush Hotel Possible reprints of brochure. Brochure is folded twice. On the front is a photograph of the hotel. This has a fold in the center and on each side at the top is: "SEATTLE WASHINGTON, The BUSH HOTEL" and at the bottom is: "2 blocks East of R.R. Depots, Jackson St. and Maynard Ave." Inside are two photographs: one of a room and one of the lobby, with amenities and price list. On the back is a street level photo of the hotel with: "'Seattle's Finest Popular Price Hotel' Appealing especially to - TOURISTS, COMERCIAL TRAVELERS AND FAMILIES, 'comfort with out extravagance' 300 Rooms, J.F. RUSSELL, Mgr. Owner, W.E. THUMLER, Asst. Mgr. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF - GARAGE IN CONNECTION"
1999.055.001 Scrapbook Green hardcover book, 14.5" X 12.5"with clippings on Chinese opera in Seattle and on the acting of John Woo.
1999.055.002 Documents Folder 1 Flowerland business cards, advertisement, name tag, KMT thank you, herbal prescription form. Folder 2 Programs to Chinese opera, Yat Sing Music Club Folder 3 Calligraphy, Opera programs/side bills. Folder 4 Programs: Classical Peking Opera, Golden gate exposition, 7 opera newspaper or compilations of articles. Folder 5 Opera magazines Folder 6 Opera Recording lists Folder 7 Opera scores Folder 8 Opera scores Folder 9 Opera scores Folder 10 Opera scores Folder 11 Opera Scores Folder 12 Opera Scores Folder 13 Opera Scores Folder 14 Notebooks Folder 15 Notebooks Flowerland and Chinese Opera documents, programs, publications
1999.055.002.A notebook A notebook with Cantonese opera lyrics clippings of three stories. All clippings were glued at the notebook with handwritten comments.
1999.055.002.AA advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's annual fund-raising performance in Seattle. The show was held at the Chong Wa Hall, and members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the performance. The received funding would be used to support the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's daily run. The flyer also includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the story and the performaning time. The flyer was printed in Chinese language, with the address and time written in English language. Chong Wa Benevolent Association Fund-Raising Performance, Seattle, Washington
1999.055.002.AB advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's annual fund-raising performance in Seattle. The show was held at the Chong Wa Hall, with members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the performance. The received funding would be used to support the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's daily run. The flyer also includes the information of the performance cast, brief introduction of the story and the performing time. Chong Wa Benevolent Association Fund-Raising Performance, Seattle, Washington
1999.055.002.AC advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Luck Ngai Music Society's 41th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed story, the date and the location of the performace. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Luck Ngai Music Society 41th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.AD advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Hop Sing Tong's 12th reunion Cantonese opera performance. A famous actress from Hong Kong was invited to perform and members of Luck Ngai Music Society also volunteered for the show. The flyer includes the pictures of main characters, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the time and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Hop Sing Tong 12th Reunion Cantonese Opera Performance
1999.055.002.AE advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Luck Ngai Music Society's 40th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the date and the location of the performece. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Washington. Luck Ngai Music Society 40th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.AF advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Shoo Yuen Tong's grand opening Cantonese opera performance. A famous actress was invited to perform and members of Luck Ngai Music Society also volunteered for the show. The flyer includes the information of the performaning cast, the brief introduction of the performed story, the time and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Shoo Yuen Tong Grand Opening Cantonese Opera Performance
1999.055.002.AG advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the movie titled Hong Mei Ge (in standard Chinese). Tha flyer includes the performing cast, story outline, a picture of the movie scene, the showing time and location. All written in Chinese, except the theater address and a sentence "EVERYBODY IS LAUGHING" are written in English. Hong Mei Ge (in standard Chinese)
1999.055.002.AH advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera performace to celebrate both the 10th anniversary of Shoo Yuen Tang's grand opening Seattle branch and Shoo Yuen Tang's 16th reunion. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the show. The flyer includes the information of perfomance casting, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the time and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Shoo Yuen Tang Seattle Branch Grand Opening 10th Anniversary and Shoo Yuen Tang 16th reunion, Cantonese Opera Performance Gala
1999.055.002.AI program A program for the Cantonese opera performed by Luck Ngai Music Society Tao Hua Hu Pan Feng Qiu Huang (In standard Chinese)
1999.055.002.AJ advertising flyer An advertising flyer for Ching Won Musical Society's 46th anniversary gala. The flyer includes a brief introduction to the Ching Won Musical Society, the information of the performing cast and schedule, performing location and time. The gala was held at the Queen Elizabeth Playhouse in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society in Seattle and Lorita Leung Dance Company also participate in the show. All written in Chinese, except the theater address written in English. Ching Won Musical Society 46th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.AK Print, Photographic A poster for a Chinese drama titled A bride for a ride/ Wang Lao Fu Qiang Qin (in Standard Chinese). A bride for a ride/ Wang Lao Fu Qiang Qin (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.AL Print, photographic A poster for a Chinese drama titled Dong Xiao Wan (in Standard Chinese). Dong Xiao Wan (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.AM advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera commercial show in Vancouver. The opera were performed by Sheng Bao Cantonese Opera Troupe from Hong Kong. Tickets were sold by Jin Wah Sing Cantonese Music Society. The flyer includes the information of performaning cast, story outline, ticket rates, performaning time and location. The performance was shown in Pantages Theater/ Sun Sing Theater (in Cantonese). The building of Pantages Theater was originally located at 152 E. Hasting St. Vancouver and it was demolished in year 2011. The flyer was printed by The Chinese Times in Vancouver. Sheng Bao Cantonese Opera Troupe Commerical Performance
1999.055.002.AN advertising flyer An advertising flyer of Cantonese opera performance gala celebrating the Double Ten Day, the national day of the Republic of China (ROC). Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle hosted the gala. The flyer includes the information of the performaning cast, story outline, the time and location of the show. Complimentary performance. Members of LuCK Ngai Music Society volunteered for the show. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, Seattle. Front page was written in English, with back side written in English Double Ten Day Cantonese Opera Performance Gala
1999.055.002.AO advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera commercial show in Seattle. The opera were performed by the Yan Hai Tang Cantonese Opera Troupe from Hong Kong. The flyer includes the information of performaning cast, story outline, ticket rates, performaning time and location. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society also participate in the show. The performance was held in the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, Seattle. Yan Hai Tang Cantonese Opera Troupe Professional Performance
1999.055.002.AP advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Bing Kong Tang's 16th reunion gala. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the show. The flyer includes the information of performaners, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the time and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Bing Kong Tang 16th Reunion Gala
1999.055.002.AQ advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Bing Kong Tang's 16th reunion gala and fund-raising performance. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the show. The flyer includes the information of performaners, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the time and the location of the performance. The performance was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Bing Kong Tang 16th Reunion Gala and Fund-raising Performance
1999.055.002.AR advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera commercial show in Seattle. The opera were performed by the Yu Zhen Cantonese Opera Troupe from New York. The flyer includes the information of performaning cast, story outline, ticket rates, performaning time and location.The performance was held in the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, Seattle. Yu Zhen Cantonese Opera Troupe Commercian Performance
1999.055.002.AS advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera commercial show in Seattle. The opera were performed by the Zhong Hua Traveling Cantonese Opera Troupe. The flyer includes the information of performaning cast, story outline, ticket rates, performaning time and location. The performance was held in the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, Seattle. Zhong Hua Traveling Cantonese Opera Troupe Professional Performance
1999.055.002.AT advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's fund-raising performance in Seattle. The show was held at the Chong Wa Hall, and members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the performance. The received funding would be used to support the Chong Wa Benevolent Association's daily run. The flyer also includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the story and the performaning time. The flyer was printed in Chinese language, with the address and time written in English language.
1999.055.002.AU advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Cantonese opera commercial show in Seattle. The opera were performed by the Zhong Hua Traveling Cantonese Opera Troupe. The flyer includes the information of performaning cast, story outline, ticket office telephone, performaning time and location. Members of Luck Ngai Music Society also participate in the show. The performance was held in the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, Seattle. Zhong Hua Traveling Cantonese Opera Troupe Professional Performance
1999.055.002.B Notebook A notebook with handwritten Cantonese opera lyrics of the story titled Madame White Snake/ Bai She Zhuan (in standard English) Madame White Snake/ Bai She Zhuan (in standard English)
1999.055.002.C Notebook A notebook with clippings of Cantonese opera performance news and song lyrics.
1999.055.002.D Notebook A notebook with handwritten Cantonese opera musical notation (gong-che) and lyrics
1999.055.002.E Notebook A notebook with handwritten Cantonese opera lyrics
1999.055.002.F advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Luck Ngai Music Society's 42th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performers, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the date and location of the performance. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Luck Ngai Music Society 42th anniversary gala
1999.055.002.G advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Luck Ngai Music Society's 44th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed stories, the data and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Luck Ngai Music Society 44th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.H Advertising Flyer
1999.055.002.I advertising flyer An advertising flyer for a Luck Ngai Music Society's Cantonese opera performance. The show was hosted by Hop Sing Tang, to celebrate Mr. Woo's birthday. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed story, the time and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The show was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle.
1999.055.002.J advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Yat Sing Music Club's 30th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction to the performed story, the time and the location of the show. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Portland. Yat Sing Music Club 30th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.K Transcript An introduction for a opera titled the Rouge Arrow and the Powder Bow. Written in English. Two copies in total. The Rough Arrow and the Powder Bow
1999.055.002.L transcript An introduction for a Cantonese opera story titled Madame White Snake. Written in English. Madame White Snake
1999.055.002.M Advertising Flyer An advertising flyer for the Yat Sing Music Club'a fund-raising performance in Portland. The show was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association, and members of Luck Ngai Music Society volunteered for the performance. The flyer also includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the story and the performaning time. Portland Chong Wa Benevolent Association Fund-Raising Performance
1999.055.002.N advertising flyer An advertising flyer for the Yat Sing Music Club's 19th anniversary gala. Some members of the Luck Ngai Music Society in Seattle also participate in the performance. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed story, the time and the location of the performance. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Portland. Yat Sing Music Club 19th Anniversary Gala
1999.055.002.O invitation An letter sent out by Yat Sing Music Club to invite Mr. and Mrs. Woo to Yat Sing's 19th anniversary gala. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the building of Chong Wa Benevolent Building in Portland. Yat Sing Music Club 19th Anniversary Gala Invitation
1999.055.002.P Transcript A bonus transcript for the Cantonese opera titled Zai Shi Hong Mei Ji (in standard Chinese). The opera was performed by Sin Fung Ming Cantonese Opera Troupe, Hong Kong. Transcript was printed and sent out by Daily Pictorial/ Yin Teng Jih Pao (in Cantonese). Bonus Transcript Zai Shi Hong Mei Ji (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.Q Transcript A bonus transcript for the Cantonese opera titled Lantern of Love/ Cai Luan Deng (in standard Chinese). Transcript was printed and sent out by Daily Pictorial/ Yin Teng Jih Pao (in Cantonese), Hong Kong Bonus Transcript Lantern of Love/ Cai Luan Deng (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.R magazine A magazine for a Cantonese opera titled the Fairy of Ninth Heaven/ Jiu Tian Xuan Nv (in standard Chinese). The opera was created and performed by the Sing Fung Ming Cantonese Opera Troupe, Hong Kong. The Fairy of Ninth Heaven/ Jiu Tian Xuan Nv (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.S magazine A magazine for a Cantonese opera titled the New Madam White Snake/ Bai She Xin Zhuan(in standard Chinese). The opera was created and performed by the Sing Fung Ming Cantonese Opera Troupe, Hong Kong. New Madam White Snake/ Bai She Xin Zhuan(in standard Chinese)
1999.055.002.T magazine
1999.055.002.U envelope
1999.055.002.V transcript Copies of Cantonese opera trasncripts. The original transcripts were made by either Tien Shing Records Co. or Fung Hang Record LTD. Both companies were in Hong Kong.
1999.055.002.W transcript A handmade catalogue of Cantonese opera transcript photocopies titled Li Ti Shen Li Sheng Chang Pian Lu Yin Mu Lu (in standard Chinese). The original transcripts were made by either Tien Shing Records Co. or Fung Hang Record LTD. Both companies were in Hong Kong. Li Ti Shen Li Sheng Chang Pian Lu Yin Mu Lu (in standard Chinese).
1999.055.002.X booklet A catalogue of Cantonese opera musical records. Produced by Flowerland Flowers & Gifts, 4749 Roosevelt Way, Seattle. With handwritten notes inside
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