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1999.95.30 Calender 1978 calender from Yick Fung Co. Printed in Chinese and English, each page features a Chinese illustration
1999.95.31 Calender 1956 calender from Star Laundry. Printed in English and Chinese, features an illustration of a floral arrangement
1999.95.32 Calender 1977 calender from Ling Chi Medicine Co. Each sheet features an illustration and story from China, as well as advertisments for various medicines.
1999.95.33 Calender Three sheets (A-C) from 1977 calenders from the Gom Hong Company. Two sheet are identical, showing November and December of that year, the other is September and October.
1999.95.35 Calender Two sheets from 1974 calender from Yick Fung Company, 705 S. King St. Seattle, WA. Cover May through August of that year. Each features a different photo of a Chinese woman, printed in English and Chinese
1999.95.36 Calender 1978 calender from China Town Restaurant, 213 East 4th Ave. Olympia, WA. Printed in Chinese and English, each page features a watercolor painting.
1999.95.37 Calender 1978 calender printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different photo of Hong Kong.
1999.95.38 Calender 1978 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. Printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different photo of a Chinese woman
1999.95.39 Calender 1979 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. Printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different photo of China
1999.95.40 Calender 1979 calender from Gom Hong Company. Printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different illustration of animals
1999.95.41 Calender 1979 calender from Yick Fung Company. Printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different illustration of birds
1999.95.42 Calender Two copies (A+B) of 1979 calender for July through December featuring drawing of row of store fronts
1999.95.43 Calender 1961 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. Printed in English and Chinese, features a photo of a woman at a piano.
1999.95.44 Calender 1960 calender from American Noodle Mfg. Co. Printed in English and Chinese, features a photo of a scenic shore.
1999.95.45 Calender 1978 single-sheet calender from Winner Food Products Ltd. Printed in English and Chinese, features a drawaing of a man in multi-colored robes.
1999.95.46 Calender Three sheets (A-C) of a 1977 calender from Wah Young Company. Printed in English and Chinese, pages cover January & February, July & August, and November & December.
1999.95.47 Calender 1973 calender from "AA" Brand Premium Quality Rice. Printed in English and Chinese.
1999.95.48 Calender 1974 calender for Pike Place Fish Co. 85 1/2 Pike St., Seattle, WA seven individual pages (A-G), each with different painting of wildlife Printed in Japan
1999.95.49 Calender 1971 calender for The Maneki, 304 6th Ave. Seattle, WA seven individual pages (A-G), each with different painting of flowers and plants
1999.95.51 Calender 1976 calender from Yick Fung Co. 705 S. King St. Seattle, WA. In six different sheets (A-F), each featuring a unique illustration.
1999.95.53 Calender 1976 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. printed in Chinese and English, each page featuring a different photo of China
1999.95.54 Calender 1982 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. printed in Chinese and English, each sheet featuring an illustration of a different bird
1999.95.55 Calender Three sheets (A-C) of a 1977 calender from Uwajimaya, covering January through April and July & August. Each featurs a scenic photo.
1999.95.56 Calender 2 identical 1977 calenders, one in which the pages have come loose from the binding (A-G). Printed in Hong Kong, in Chinese and English. Pages feature of photos of young women and Chinese scenery
1999.95.57 Calender 2 1974 calenders for Kwan On Wing Co. 679 S. King St. Seattle, WA One is missing cover, otherwise identical. (A+B)
1999.95.58 Calender 1978 calender from Kwan On Wing Co. Printed in English and Chinese, each page features a different photo of a Chinese woman
1999.95.61 Poster Chinese horoscope for 1980, year of the monkey. Large illustration of zodiac along with predictions for all 12 symbols of the Chinese zodiac
1999.95.62 Poster Chinese horoscope for 1977, year of the serpent (2 copies, A+B). Large illustration of zodiac along with predictions for all 12 symbols of the Chinese zodiac
1999.95.63 Poster Chinese horoscope for 1978, year of the horse. Large illustration of horses and a calander for the year.
1999.95.64 Poster Chinese horoscope for 1979, year of the ram. Large illustration of ram head, along with predicitons for all 12 symbols of the Chines zodiac
1999.95.65 Poster Poster advertising Chinese New Year's Festival (year of the monkey) in San Francisco, Feb. 23-March 1, 1980. Features large illustration of a monkey.
1999.95.66 Poster Poster for Chinese New Year in San Francisco, CA, February 11-19, 1978. Features larege black horse and Chinese characters. San Francisco's Chinese New Year's Festival
1999.95.67 Poster Poster for Chinese New Year in San Francisco, CA, February 14-21, 1981. Features larege black rooster and Chinese characters. San Francisco's Chinese New Year's Festival
1999.95.68 Poster Poster for Chinese New Year Festival for 1977, the year of the serpent. Features festival dates, yellow Chinese characters and red and black serpent.
1999.95.69 Poster Poster for Chinese New Year for 1977, the year of the serpent. Features calender of '77 along the bottom, yellow Chinese characters and red serpent.
1999.95.70 Poster Horoscope for 1981, year of the rooster/hen. Features large illustration of a rooster with Chinese symbols on wing.
1999.95.71 Poster Horoscope for 1979, year of the ram. Features large illustration of a ram and says "San Francisco, California."
1999.95.72 Poster Horoscope for 1982, year of the dog (2 copies, A+B). Features large illustrations of various dog breeds (many East Asian).
1999.95.73 Poster Horoscope for 1982, year of the dog. Features large illustration of a dog.
1999.95.74 Poster Horoscope for 1980, year of the monkey. Features large illustration of three chimps in the "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil," positions.
1999.95.75 Poster Horoscope for 1981, year of the rooster/hen. Features large illustration of a rooster.
1999.95.8 Poster Poster advertising exhibit "Kodomo No Tame Ni: For the Sake of the Children" 2 copies (A+B)
1999.95.83 Poster Two posters of men in colorful robes, B features Chinese characters
1999.95.9 Calender 1980 calender from San Francisco Federal Savings & Loan Association. Printed in Chinese and English, features a landscape painting.
2000.001.001 Proclamation Blue paper folder with inset white page recognizing May 1999 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in King county. Signed by County executive Ron Simms King County Recognition
2000.001.002 Proclamation Blue faux leather folder with white card stock page proclaming that May 1999 is Asian Pacific American Heritage month in Wasington state. Signed by Governor Gary Locke. The State of Washington Proclamation
2000.002.001 Booklet Yellow covered paper pamphlet urging that Japanese Americans not be allowed to return to the west coast or any part of the U.S. because of insurrmontable racial differences. Published by Heron House, Winslow, Washington. The Japs Must Not Come Back
2000.005.001 Tape, Audio Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants. Immigration Exhibit Meeting Tape 1
2000.005.002 Tape, Audio Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants. Immigration Exhibit Meeting Tape 2
2000.005.003 Tape, audio Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants. Immigration Exhibit Meeting Recorder 2, tape 1
2000.007.001 Certificate Certificate encased in plexiglass The certificate, in Japanese, certifies Robert E. Dickhoff as a leadership committee member of the Ananaikyo in America. Two black and white photos are included. One is of Dickhoff with C.C. Lu of Taiwan and M. Nakano and K. Kurato of Shimizu City, Japan. One is of the Rev. Superior H.F. Okoshiko Nakano. On the back is information on Diskoff and the American buddhist Society circa 1950. Buddhist Certificate
2000.008.001 - 12 Register 12 volumes of NP Hotel register, charts and books. 1 - Bookeeping numbers for 1919 2 - Register for Nov 22, 1927 - Sept. 15, 1928 3 - Register for Sept. 16, 1928 - August 11, 1929 4 - Register for August 12, 1929 - May 31, 1930, 5 - Register for April 8, 1931 - April 30, 1932 6 - Register for May 1, 1932 - July 10, 1934 7 - Register for July 11, 1934 - June 8, 1936 8 - Register for June 9, 1936 - Nov. 11, 1937 9 - Register for Nov. 12, 1937 - July 11, 1939 10 - Feb. 21, 1970 - July 31, 1972 11 - Room Chart Register May 1, 1932 - Dec. 31, 1932 12 - Room Chart Register MAy 1, 1936 - Dec. 31, 1936 NP Hotel Registers
2000.008.014 Calendar Brown card stock frame with small calendar at the bottom. Photograph of the Washington monunent is framed. Titled: "Hotel NP" Purple silk string at the top. Hotel N.P.
2000.008.015 Documents NP Business Card Brochure for re-opening 1994 NP Hotel embriodery Hotel Bill; 1936; Tokyo Giants NP Stationary in Japanese Text section on NP Hotel NP Hotel
2000.018.001 Affidavit Three Affidavits of support for immigration by William Russell Robertson of Russell's Meat Market for Kam Lau Tseng Louie, Chee bun Tseng, Yuk Sue Tseng, Shek Fung Tseng, Shek Kee Tseng; Sau Li Louie; Choie-Ping Louie aka Ching Ping Louie. Affidavit of Support
2000.019 Menu A: Shanghai Restaurant, 711 Pike St. Color cover copy. B: Twin Dragon Chinese Cafe, 410 7th Ave. S. Color cover copy. C: Twin Dragon Chinese Cafe, 410 7th Ave. S. Color cover copy. D: The Riviera, E: New Asia Cafe, 416 1/2 Maynard Ave. F: The Greenwood Canton Club, 8537 1/2 Greenwood Ave. G: Chinese Village Cafe, 611 Union St. H: Club Maynard, 612 Maynard St. I: Kiang Nam Cafe, 674 King St. J: Kiang Nam Cafe, 674 King St. K: Tai Tung Chinese menus
2000.020.001 Notebook Personal interviews with old residents and map in Cantonese gathered by Willard Jue Information on Chinatown (International District) buildings.
2000.021.001 Newspaper 8 - copies of volume IV, No. 42, Saturday December 23, 1944. Photography Issue featuring the work of Joe Tanaka. The Minidoka Irrigator
2000.022.001 Menu Yellow cover menu with Chinese and American dinners. The first half of the menu is in English and the second in Chinese. Don Ting was at 509 Seventh Ave South Seattle Don Ting Cafe
2000.023.001 Program Seminar was held June 10 and 11th in Seattle. The seminar was concerned with the various aspects of Dr. Kagawa's interests such as the Christian message and service, Christian evangelism, missionary activities and the significance of the christian gospel for our social life, emphasizing cooperatives. Regional Kagawa Seminar
2000.024 Print 5 - color covers of the Seattle Times Magazine: A: University of Washington Stadium by Fay Chong, September 11, 1966. B: Mount Si, near North Bend, by Fay Chong, December 4, 1966 C: King County's 14th Ave. South bridge by Andrew Chin, October 22, 1967 D: Chief Seattle Statue by Fay Chong, November 12, 1967. E: Filipino American Identity by Val Laigo, July 5, 1970. Seattle Times Magazine covers
2000.025 Poster Black, yellow and white poster for the campaign of David Della for a seat on the Seattle City Council. David Della for Seattle City Council
2000.031.001 Magazine Glossy cover magazine. Northwest Asian Weekly Magazine "Asian Pacific American Heritage" With articles and photographs on Asian Pacific American heritage. Northwest Asian Weekly 11th Anniversary Special Magazine
2000.034 Poster "Landscape" by Sesshu in flung ink style. Seattle Art Museum, Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection. Tan poster with rectangle inside it in gray with ink design. "Landscape"
2000.034.002 Poster Poster by Cadre Importers. Three images of a human, one facing front, one facing to the side and one facing backwards. There is a key with points of acupuncture in brown and orange with a black trim around the poster. Acupuncture Poster
2000.034.003 Poster This poster is on Acupuncture in Chinese with three human figures, one facing to the left, one facing backwards, and the one on the right also facing left. It is a tan/beige color with acupunture points highlighted on the figures. Acupunture poster in chinese
2000.034.004 Calendar Umaijimaya 2000 Calendar, white with red letters with a red design with two dragons in the middle. It says "the Year of the Dragon..The Asian Food and Gift Market" Umaijimaya 2000 Calendar
2000.034.005 Print Three prints, May 1966, a) "Spring at the Ruins" b) "Lone Bridge" c) "Laden Ivy" All landscape scenes, Taipei, Taiwan , Republic of China The Art of Kao San Lan
2000.034.006 Poster Bird's eye view map of Seattle from 1889, a tan poster with drawings of all the buildings in seattle. They are marked numerically with a corresponding key highlighting the names of the important buildings and businesses. Reprinted by the Seattle historical society copyright 1946, the map is surrounded by drawings of buildings along the edges. Bird's Eye View of Seattle for 1889
2000.034.007 poster Affirm Affirmative Action Poster. White writing, black edging with photo of young people looking up through glass. Bordered by grey.. Two copies "Shatter the Glass Ceiling"
2000.034.008 Calendar Mekong Rainer Supermarket Calendar 1999. A bright picture is the cover with an image of an Asian man with a beard in ceremonial dress with a shrine in front of him and two children with him. It is bordered on the edges with a red backround and green dragons. Mekong Rainer Supermarket Calendar 1999
2000.034.009 calendar 1982 calendar which says "Happy New Year" in red. The cover is tan with irises in blue and cheery blossoms on a branch. There are chinese characters in magenta across the bottom. "Happy New Year" Calendar
2000.034.010 Calendar Photo of a pagoda with trees and a pond in the front with a prominent rock in the water. Printed in Japan with Japanese charcters in yello. Cherry blossoms are blooming on the right side. "Graceful Gardens 1982 Calendar"
2000.034.011 Calendar Orange calendar with a picture in tan with a drawing of a pheasant perched on a tree, blooming cherry blossom branch, Japanese characters across the top in brown. 1978 Bank of Canton, California calendar
2000.034.012 poster "Two geese on a snowy bank by Lu chi, Ming dynasty, reproduced from National palace museum for the first time, only December 1977 calendar dates in # and in Chinese. China airlines "Two Geese on a snowy bank by Lu Chi, Ming dynasty"
2000.034.013 Calendar Calendar has picture only, calendar part is missing. Image of a hen surrounded by chicks. By Wang Ning. Bank of Canton of California calendar, " Mother Hen and her brood"
2000.034.014 calendar December 1980 calendar in brown tones. By Emperor Hsuan Tsung. Bank of Canton of California. "Apes at Play" Calendar
2000.034.015 calendar picture of a bird scene and flowering cherry trees, irises, peonies. Two copies. Wing Wah Enterprises Limited 1980 calendar
2000.034.016 poster Hsu Tao-ning sung dynasty - house in a landscape scenes brown tones, weeping willow in the left hand corner. "Fishing on a snowy river"
2000.034.017 calendar 1981 calendar, all different sushi labeled in color photographs. "Try the fun and flavor of Japan's favorite food sushi!"
2000.034.018 poster This poster shows an elarged photograph of "Nodate" an outdoor tea ceremony. The photograph is from the Japan National Tourist organization. "Japan" Poster of outdoor tea ceremony
2000.039.001 Poster The poster is white with black and teal writing, there is one black and white photo of a glass bowl in the lower left corner. The photograph is by Lynn Hamrick and the poster is designed by Gablegraphics. "Art Auction '87"
2000.039.002 poster Three copies of the poster. It is a white poster with a black and white photograph of a man wearing a suit . The photographs are by John Stamets, produced by the Pioneer Alaskero Project. August 6th- October 3rd. "Alaskeros' A Documentary Exhibit on Pioneer Filipino Cannery Workers"
2000.039.003 Poster Red poster with a blue dragon. The title "Dragons" is written in red, the other writing is done in white. The poster is by Jesse Reyes and Serigraphix. "Dragons"
2000.039.004 Poster Two Posters: Photographic exhibition August 8th- October 12th. The design is of a fuzzy picture of people walking down a boardwalk/dock, it looks like a soldier is leading them. It is designed by Jesse Reyes and Serigraphix Pi Photo, King County Arts Commission and JACL. "Executive Order 9066"
2000.039.005 Poster This poster by Lucy Liu pictures two birds and grass with a gray border. The writing is in English with Chinese characters on the bottom. There is a red symbol in the lower right hand corner. "Chinese Art Society"
2000.039.006 Poster This poster is reproduced by the Filipino youth activities of Seattle 1998, the poster shows a black and white photo of a hotel foyer that on the door says, " Positively no Filipinos Allowed" "Welcome to America" Filipinos: Forgotten Asian Americans, 1938.
2000.039.007 Poster Three copies of the poster: the poster has writing in the middle in white on a navy blue backround bordered in orange. In the top left there is a photo of "world of wayang or world mask" by Ivan Sagito (1989). Photo by Nindityo Adipuronomo, in the top right (1987). In the bottom right there is a photo of "Weeping Goddess" (1977) by G Sidharta Soegijo. "Modern Indonesian Art"- Three generations of tradition and change (1945-1990)
2000.039.008 Poster 4 copies: Poster with a blue backround with white on the bottom and black writing. September 5th - October 20, 1991. Two manuscript pictures, one with arabic under it. Manuscripts by Mohammed Bagher Aghamiri, Iran Shahmahmud Muhamedjanui. "Dragons, Heroes, and Lovers" - revival of manuscript, Painting traditions in Uzbekistan, SSR.
2000.039.009 Poster Four copies of Poster: The poster has a photograph of a dragon head mask and a brightly colored house. It is white on the left side with black writing and on the right side there is a calendar that serves as a key to Asian holidays. The date was from January 8th - May 28,1998. "Korea Unfolds" Exhibition of folk and culture. Tours, Children's crafts, hands-on objects, stories, games and classes."
2000.039.010 Poster this poster is an off white poster with a pink outline of washington state with black and white pictures on it. The photo exhibit and exhibit publication are sponsored by the Washington centennial commission , 89 photos spanning over 100 years. Dates: August 30th- October 15, 1990. "Shared Dreams" Images of the Asian and Pacific American Experience in Washington state.
2000.039.011 Poster Three copies of the poster: The white poster is cut in the form of a martial arts uniform with a black belt at the bottom. The title of the exhibit is in the form of an emblem in the upper right had corner in red. The design is by Gable Design Group. "An Exhibit on the maritial arts" Hand, Mind, and Body with a special display on Bruce Lee (1988)
2000.039.012 Poster Two copies: There is a picture on the right side of poster, fiber art called " A sincere heart I and II" by Dai, Man-sil - the picture has two figures in brightly colored fabric. Blue square with orange circle and green rectangle in the upper left hand corner. "Land of Morning Calm" An exhibition of contemporary Korean metal and fiber art"
2000.039.013 Poster Three copies: Olive green poster with a large color photograph of two Chinese terra cotta figures. The photograph is by Don Hamilton, on the top it says "Wing Luke Asian Museum Presents". From November 19th- December 19, 1987 "China" three american perspectives
2000.039.014 Poster The poster is white with a design in purple of flowers in a grid. The writing is in purple. "The Wing Luke Memorial Museum presents the annual Asian American Art Exhibition for 1983, 'One sense of beauty'"
2000.039.015 Poster The poster is on white glossy paper with writing in red and photograph of two Asian actors, one in a mask acting in a scene. A special slide presentation by Dr. Jack Chen. The date is December 2, 1983 - February 4, 1984. " A Pear Garden in the West" America's Chinese theater."
2000.039.016 Poster The poster is red with black writing. It says "May I have your attention please!" 14th annual Asian American Art exhibition presented by the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, July 6-August 11, 1984. "May I have your attention please!" 14th Annual Asian American Art Exhibition.
2000.039.017 Poster A white hand drawn poster with images depicting a piece of cloth, maroon with a design from Cambodia, a golden duck from Thailand, misc. object Laos (multi-colored) a vase from Vietnam has horses on it. Hand drawn poster with images from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
2000.039.018 Poster The poster is filled up with a picture of an Asian girl with an internment camp tag on her coat. It is a black and white photo with a dotted finish. "They did me a great wrong" across the bottom in black letters. This poster is by Paul Goldstein @1985 - executive order 9066. The internment of 10,000 Japanese Americans Ca historical society , photo by Dorothea Lange. "They did me a great wrong"
2000.039.019 Poster The poster has a beige textured backround, black lettering says " Pok Chi Lau's Photographs." A photograph of an elderly Asian couple in their home, march 1980. " Pok chi Lau's Photographs, Mountains of Gold"
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