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1987.023.047 Advertisement Advertisement from Sam Cheong Co. Sam Cheong Co. sold silks from China and had tailors to design and make modern clothes for men and women. Sam Cheong Co.
1987.023.048 Contract Printed Contract Form On the right side are the instructions for filling out this contract. Written in is: Mr. Ng Yu Yeung needed money and sold a parcel of land he had inherited from his father to Ng Hok Mui Association. The broker was Ng Hok Shek. It states that Ng Yu Yeung would no longer have any rights to the land after signing the contract.
1987.023.049 Contract Two printed contracts, one attached to a written statement. the document states that Wong Ying Sue agreed to sell his land because he needs the money.
1987.023.050 Contract Printed Contract Form Mr. Wong Ying Sue agrees to sell a parcel of land to Ng Hok Mui Association. The deal is brokered by Wong Hua Cheung.
1987.023.051 Contract Printed Contract Form Mr. Wong Ying Sue agrees to sell a parcel of land to Ng Hok Mui Association. The deal is brokered by Ng Hok Lai.
1987.023.053 Certificate, Stock A stock certificate from New York Eng Suey Sun Association issued to Ng Bin Yu for $1,010.00. Eng Suey Sun Association
1987.023.054 Letter A memo to Mr. Yuh Kuan from the bank thanking him for the hospitality shown during Lin Tin Mu's recent visit to Yuh Kuan's comapny in the US and enclosed a stock certificate for $100.00, and to sign the receipt and mail it back. The Industrial & Commercial Bank, Ltd.
1987.023.055 Receipt A receipt for a donation by Chan Chang to an organization that helps overseas Chinese. Overseas Chinese
1987.023.056 Receipt A temporary receipt for a donation by Eng Yuh Kan to an organization that helps overseas Chinese. Overseas Chinese
1987.023.057 Card, Business Business card for Lee Yuk-jin Chairman of China Development Bank. Lee Yuk Jin
1987.023.058 Card, Business A: Commercial Linen Company order form B: Flyer ad for Lee Smocks. C & D: Pink Commercial Linen Co. price list card. E: return envelope for Commercial Linen Co. Commercial Linen Co.
1987.023.059 Document Addenda to plans for the Chinese Pavilion at the Alaska, Yukon Pacific Exposition in Seattle in 1909. Addenda
1987.023.060 Document Memo stating that Mr. Chan Chang Lon and Mr. Eng BinYu owe the company (?) $755.14 (Hong Kong). Second memo attached listing items purchased by Chan and Eng. Memo
1987.023.061 Letter 7 page Letter from Ng (Eng) Yee Hon to his brother Ng (Eng) Bin Yu. He told his brother that due to the bad economy , he was unable to buy goods and the family business was endangered. Their family members had also used up most of their money. He suggests that they could recruit people from "Little Luzon" He also told him how to handle relationships among other family members. Letter
1987.023.062 Contract Contract states that Mr. Wong Ying Sue needs money and would be willing to sell his land. No relatives were interested. A land broker, Mr. Ng (Eng) Lee Ting introduced him to Ng (Eng) Hok Mui association in Hai Ping village. Mr. Wong received a loan of 498.00 to be paid back in three months with interest for a total of 500.00. Contract
1987.023.063 Contract Contract states that Mr. Ng (Eng) Bin Yu was moving to America with his family, and his belongings which he received from his parents were taken care of by his uncle, Mr. Ng (Eng) Hok Chin, who was not liable for any damage by mice, insects or accidents to the property. Eng Bin Yu would pay Eng Hok Chin for the expenses of cleaning and taking care of the family tombs and the oil lamps. Eng Bin Yu retains the right touse any of the property at any time. Contract
1987.032 Magazine Large format magazine, 1st Filipino Infantry Cover has color insignia of the First Filipino Infantry. There are three gold stars across the top of a tri color, red, white and blue shield with a gold sword (Kris) and warshield which repersent two dominant tribes and the stars repersent Luzon, Visayas and Mindinao. A banner across the bottom reads: "Laging Una" "Always First" The magazine has black and white photographs of the Filipino infantry training.
1988.002 Music Sheet Sheet Music Front cover is yellow with black printing and dark blue design showing Lon Chaney dressed as a Chinese man, "Ching, Ching, Chinaman song; operatic edition, lyric by Eve Unsell, music by Louis F. Gottschalk; Long Chaney as Ching Ching Chinaman in the screen production SHADOWS; made in USA; Jerome H. Remick & Co. New York, Detroit"; Interior has the lyrics and music for the song on four pages; Back cover has a blue grape leaf and geometric design with a bird design at the bottom; features the song "I'm Through" Ripped in several places
1988.020.019 Booklets (A) Small yellow-green and white booklet with cranes on cover, tied with green silk cord. Booklet is dated 1945 and shows ikebana (flower arrangement) for each month of the year. (B) One sheet of paper giving simple explanation in English of ikebana with illustrations. Brown paper with purple text. (C) One sheet and a half giving simple explanation in English of the tea ceremony (Chado). Brown paper with purple text.
1988.030.081 Bridge Tally Cards Cardboard with Philippine scenes and tassels (10 cards). A-D Entryway through stone wall E,F Man on carabao G,H Hut and man climbing coconut palm. I Coconut palm J Palms on beach
1988.030.089 Guidebook One "Official Philippine Motor Road and Touring Guide 1938", 138 pages. 20.5 cm x 29.5 cm. Inscribed "Fred King" on cover. Cover illustrated. Pictures of Alalum Falls, Marina Christina Falls, unidentified road.
1988.030.090 Guidebook Manila Hotel "Guide to the Philippines". 66 pages, plus map. 1934 edition.
1988.030.091 Guidebook States Steamship Co. "Gateway to Manila". 112 pages, 9th edition, September 1935.
1988.030.092 Guidebook "Baguio Directory and Visitors' Guide". 168 pages, 1937 edition, Catholic School Press, Baguio, P.I.
1988.030.093 Guidebook "Baguio Directory and Visitors' Guide". 169 pages, 1938 edition, Catholic School Press, Baguio, P.I.
1988.030.094 Guidebook "Manila and the Philippines". 158 pages. Publication date unknown; cover refers to 33rd International Eucharistic Congress.
1988.030.095 Booklet "Igorot Mining Methods" by Laurence L. Wilson, Prospector. 16 unnumbered sheets. Printed by Catholic School Press, Baguio, P.I. Copyright 1932.
1988.034 Map Map of China published August 2, 1808 by Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme Paternoster Row, London England. The map appears to have been torn from a book in which it had been bound. It is a single sheet that had been folded in the center and pasted to a strip of paper which was bound in the text. The map is printed in black and shows major geographical features such as mountain ranges, rivers, lakes, as well as political sub-divisions.
1988.037.003 Envelope White envelope with Hotel Milwaukee logo in upper left corner. Milwaukee Hotel
1988.037.004 Envelope White envelope with Printed return address Lock Lum Box 595 1015 Water, South Bend, Wash. to Hong Chong Co. 418 8th Ave S. Seattle, Wash. Lock Lum
1988.037.005 Letter White tissue paper with red letterhead and borders. In Chinese.
1988.038.001 Letter White notepaper letter in pencil in Chinese. It is from Lock Chun Don to inform Lock Shui yue to pay money to different people and answer back.
1988.038.002 Letter White letterhead stationary Hotel Milwaukee with Chinese writing in 7 columns. Payback schedule for loan. Hotel Milwaukee
1989.034.001 Newspaper Clipping Black and white newspaper photograph of a float of the Chinese Community The photo is mounted on a piece of heavy black card stock. The float has a sigh which says "Chinese Community". An Asian man drives the float and is reportedly Hing Chinn. The sides of the float are hung with tapestries. In fron t of the driver are U.S and Chinese flags. On the back are chrysanthemums and dahlias and three women dressed in historical Chinese costume. The one in the center is sitting on a raised dais. In the lower right hand corner is a caption which reads: Winner - Numerous floats of the Seattle Chinese community, with silk clad boys and girls, gave them first prize." Written in ink at the top of this caption is "Driver - 1935 - Hing Chin"
1990.003.021 Magazine (a) copy of "China Journal" (Vol XXI, No. 4, Oct. 1934), Four color cover on beige paper; spine broken, torn. Pages numbered 147-202 w/additional advertise ment pages. (b) type list of museums with handwritten dates (probably indicates correspondence, sent and received). (c) Newspaper clipping RE: consecrated bodhisattva "Golden Boy" (Seattle, dated 7/12/57) (d) Newspaper clipping RE: consecrated bodhisattva "What is the Jeweled Buddha's Secret?" (Omaha(?) undated) (e) Copy of letter to Seattle Art Museum, attention Millard B. Rogers, RE: "Golden Boy" article
1990.022.023 Newspaper Four standard size pages of Bangkok Post dated 30 AUG 64. Highlight article describes manufacture of Buddhist black begging bowls. Note: Collected in Laos, 1962-1964. The Bangkok Post
1990.042.003 Book Soft cover book Front cover shows a Balatoc gold mine (white buildings with red roofs surrounded by green hills) "Philippine Mining Year Book 1939, Official publication of the Chamber of Mines of the P.I.; price: one peso, one dollar outside of the Philippines", 244 pages plus advertising. Book has been mended with yellow tape across the spine
1990.093.044 Magazine "The China Magazine", December 1948 Includes articles: President Chinag on Anti-Red Campaign, China's Industries and Foreign Trade, Modern Chinese Education, China Spreads Her Wings
1990.093.045 Magazine "The China Magazine" December 1947 features articles on: China's First General Election, Characteristics of China's Constitution, 10-Year Plan for Academic Independence
1990.093.046 Magazine "The China Magazine", June 1947 features articles: A Word with Professor Peffer, American "Non-Policy" Toward China, Premier Chang's Report to 4th PPC
1990.093.047 Magazine "The China Magazine" July, 1947 features articles: The Unfinished War, Report on China, The Next Step in China, Problems and Prospects of the U.N.
1990.093.048 Magazine "The China Magazine" December 1946 features articles: President Chiang on Constitution, Carson Chang on National Assembly, Aid to China, The Chinese Woodcut
1990.093.049 Book Booklet, orange cover, 43 pages, a collection of statments, speeches, articles, etc. by various people on China's war with Japan, "The Japanese Aggression and The World Peace: A Symposium of Authentic Statements, published by Seattle Chong Wa Benevolent Association, 522 Seventh Avenue South, Seattle, Washington"
1990.094.002 Map White Xerox paper copy of map of the International District Drawing shows a bird's eye view of the District andlists 18 land marks. These include the Nippon KanTheatre, Kobe Park Lantern, Community Gardens, Nihonmachi Center, Golden Pheasant, Bush Asia Center, Tsutakawa Sculpture, Hing Hay Park, Chinese Bulletin Board, Bing Kung Tong, Wing Luke Museum, Hop Sing Tong, Chong Wah Benevolent Association, Children's Park, Uwajimaya.
1990.097.075 Newspaper Photo Newspaper Black and White Photograph of woman wearing Chinese crown Christian Science Monitor photograph from the 1940's of Mrs. Deson Sze daughter-in-law of Alfred Sze, Former Chinese ambassador to U.S., wearing Song dynasty crown which was in an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1990.097.076 Newspaper Photo Newspaper Black and White Photograph entitled "Jewels of Old China" The photo shows an Asian woman wearing Chinese headdress. The caption says that these pearl and jade head ornaments are being taken apart in China for the costume jewelry market. Written in the upper left corner is "Aug 10".
1990.097.077 Newspaper Article Newspaper Article from the North China Standard on Chinese Costume Yellowing newspaper article is entitled: ANCIENT AND MODERN DRESSES OF CHINA SHOWN IN REVIEW HERE, PEIPING LADIES WEAR RARE GOWNS AT CLUB MEETING." Peiping International Women's Club article and 8 black and white photos of various Chinese and Caucasian women in historical Chinese costume. Paper has been taped in the middle back.
1990.097.166 Print Print Color print of the Chinese kichen god used during new year. Kitchen god
1990.097.167 Watercolor Chinese door guardian Used during new year Spirit Dispeller
1990.097.168 Watercolor Watercolor Chinese door guardian Spirit Dispeller
1990.098.005 Booklet Magazine " The Sze Yup Weekly Press, No. 29, Queen's Road, West, (2nd floor) Hongkong" Opens from left to right, cover has a picutre of seated woman wearing a top with red sleeves, small table with small lamp beside her, window showing blue night sky, moon and tree branches behind her. Magazine consists of stories and advertisements mostly in Chinese and a bit of English.
1990.098.006 Report Card Report Card Paper folded in half with black printing Front: "Seattle Public Schools Quarterly Report" is printed and written in pen "(Harvey) Ah Hong Eng, Pacific [School] am [Grade], E.G. Fillion [Teacher] Inside: "Attendance and Scholarship", attendance record and grades for subjects are written in ink "Physical Record" marks are written in ink, "Qualities Valuable in a Useful Life Career" marks are written in ink Back: "For Transfer or Withdrawal", written in ink "Ah Hong Eng [is a pupil in good standing in] Foreign [Grade]...at Pacific [School], Attendance and date "Jan. 28, 1924" written in ink
1990.099.001 Program Memorial Service Program for Wing Luke. The memorial, which was entitled "A Service to Celebrate the Life and Memory of Wing Chong Luke," was held at the Seattle Opera House. Also see 1992.022.334A-P. Memorial Service Program
1990.200.001 Oral History Interview Violette Chan
1990.200.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Warren Chan. Warren Chan was a lawyer and King County Judge. Warren Chan
1990.200.003 Oral History Interview Oral History Interviews with Gam Har Chew by her son Ron Chew Gam Har Chew
1990.200.004 Oral History Interview Oral History Interviews with Gregory Chew by his son Ron Chew Soo Hong "Gregory" Chew
1990.200.005 Oral History Interview Oral History Interviewswith Bob Chinn, last owner of Russel's Meat Market at Maynard and King St., Mark Chinn, and Georgie Chinn Bob Chinn, Georgie Chinn, and Mark Chinn
1990.200.006 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Gim Chin Gim Chin
1990.200.007 Oral History Interview Oral History Interviews with Andrew and Mary Chinn Andrew and Mary Chinn
1990.200.008 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Bill Chin Bill Chin
1990.200.009 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Yuen Gee Henry Chin Yuen Gee Henry Chin
1990.200.010 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Hen Sen Chin, herbalist Hen Sen Chin
1990.200.011 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Hing W. Chinn. Hing W. Chinn
1990.200.012 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Mary Doung Chin Mary Doung Chin
1990.200.013 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Hing Chinn. Hing Y. Chinn
1990.200.014 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Daisy and Hong Chin Daisy & Hong Chin
1990.200.015 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Myra Mar Chin Myra Mar Chin
1990.200.016 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Chin We Shing Chin We Shing
1990.200.017 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Yu Sung Chin Yu Sung Chin
1990.200.018 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Lawrence Chinn Lawrence Chinn
1990.200.019 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Raymond Chin Raymond Chin
1990.200.020 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Ruby Au Chinn Ruby Au Chinn
1990.200.021 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Ruth Jung Chinn Ruth Jung Chinn
1990.200.022 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Ruth Jung Chinn Ruth Jung Chinn
1990.200.024 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Walter Chinn Walter Chinn
1990.200.025 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Frank L. Chong Frank L. Chong
1990.200.026 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Ruby Chow Ruby Chow
1990.200.027 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Roy Chu Roy Chu
1990.200.028 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Dorothy Chun Dorothy Chun
1990.200.029 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Bruce Dong Bruce Dong
1990.200.030 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Vincent Dong Vincent Dong
1990.200.031 Oral History Interview Florence Chin Eng
1990.200.032 Oral History Interview Jessie Edwards
1990.200.033 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Jimmie Eng Jimmie Eng
1990.200.034 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with William Eng William Eng
1990.200.035 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Wai Eng Wai Eng
1990.200.036 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Calvin Fung Calvin Fung
1990.200.037 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Jeni Kay Fung Jeni Kay Fung
1990.200.038 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Clifton Goon Clifton Goon
1990.200.039 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with George Ham George Ham
1990.200.040 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Henry Hing Henry Hing
1990.200.041 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Frances Chin Ho Frances Chin Ho
1990.200.042 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Dorothy S. Luke Hong Dorothy S. Luke Hong
1990.200.043 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Joseck S. Hwang Joseck S. Hwang
1990.200.044 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Nancy Jang Nancy Jang
1990.200.045 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Lowman Jang Lowman Jang
1990.200.046 Oral History Interview Oral History interview with Priscilla Chong Jue Priscilla Chong Jue
1990.200.047 Oral History Interview Oral History narrative by Silas Jue about his father Willard Jue. Willard Jue
1990.200.048 Oral History Interview Kan, Patricia
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