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2008.013.004.012 Documents Report about affirmative action programs, strengths & weaknesses, and recommendations from George Stephanopoulos, Senior Adviser to the President for Policy and Strategy and Christopher Edley, Jr., Special Counsel to the President Affirmative Action Review: Report to the President
2008.014.004 Decal Decal, Logo. Logo designed for the the Chinese Expulsion Centennial. "CHINESE EXPULSION CENTENNIAL // 1886 CITY OF SEATTLE // 1986" with emblem of fish and Chinese-American figures in the center. Designed by Ben Woo. Included are a film negative, film positive, and enlarged film positive of the logo, presumably for printing. Black and white photocopies of the Receipt from "Graphic Art & Engineering Supplies" for printing. Dated 01-24-86.
2008.014.005 Documents Letters, newspaper clippings and other documents relating to the planning and publicity of the Chinese Expulsion Centennial Commemoration, Seattle, WA. February 8, 1986.
2008.014.006 Documents Personal letters and papers of Benjamin Woo, President of the Wing Luke Memorial Museum. 1969-1972, mainly 1970.
2008.014.007 Documents Various Wing Luke Memorial Museum documents and Chinese Community Service Organization documents. WLMM: Museum Bulletins, China Club of Seattle Dinner (1968), Special Programming and Event Flyers (1970) CCSO: Chinese Community Scholarhsip Awards programs (1967)
2008.014.008 Documents Various documents from the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1974-1980. Primarily invitations and programs for the Wing Luke Art Auctions (1974 - 1976). Also, Board Meeting Agendas (1977), Annual Reports (1974, 1975), Confucius Birthday Celebration invites (1976), various exhibition flyers.
2008.014.009 Documents Various documents from the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1973-1974. Annual Report (1973), "Textiles of Asia" Exhibit program and documents (1974), Various event flyers (1973-1974).
2008.014.010 Documents Various documents from the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1973. Most relate to the "Chinese Women Artists" Exhibit held July 7 - Aug 10, 1973, e.g. resumes, letters, exhibit flyers. Wing Luke Museum Meeting Agenda (June 1973) and Newsletter (Fall 1973) also.
2008.014.011 Documents Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1972. Receipts, invoices, flyers, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Dec 1, 1972).
2008.014.012 Documents Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1971. Receipts, invoices, flyers, tickets, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Nov 12, 1971).
2008.014.013 Documents Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1970. Receipts, invoices, flyers, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Nov 13, 1970). Photo negatives of publicity shots from Floating Art Auction.
2008.014.014 Documents Various documents relating to the "Seattle's Chinese Pioneers" Exhibit (1970). Receipts, invoices, notes, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial.
2008.014.015 Documents Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1969. Receipts, invoices, checklists, flyers, letters and photographs for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Nov 14, 1969). Flyers and photographs for the art exhibit of I-Chen Wu's work (Jan 3 - 18, 1970).
2008.014.016 Documents Various documents relating to the "The Art of Origami" Exhibit, 1970. Color slides, origami, origami instruction booklets, receipts, invoices, flyers, design sketches, and letters related to "The Art of Origami" Exhibit (Aug 9 - Oct 31, 1970).
2008.014.017 Documents Various documents relating to the "Chinese Wood Block Prints: From the Collection of Mr. Shang-Yi Wang" Exhibit, 1969. Receipts, invoices, flyers, notes, articles, design layouts, loan agreement, checklists and letters related to "Chinese Wood Block Prints: From the Collection of Mr. Shang-Yi Wang" Exhibit (Mar 9 - May 4, 1969)
2008.014.018 Documents Various documents related to the "Ng Ting Chit: Chinese Watercolors" Exhibit, 1969. Receipts, invoices, flyers, notes, and letters related to "Ng Ting Chit: Chinese Watercolors" Exhibit (Oct. 1969).
2008.014.019 Documents Various documents for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum (1971- Flyer for "Wing Luke Museum Chinese New Year Members Banquet" (Feb 14, 1973). Memorandums, letters, newsletters, newspaper articles, flyers, board meeting minutes, etc.
2008.014.022 Lottery Tickets Lottery tickets, Chinese. Seattle Chinese lottery tickets, new and used. Drawing papers use to pick the winning characters included.
2008.014.023 Shoes Shoes, Chinese. Black cloth exterior and blue cloth lining. Wooden soles.
2008.014.024 Book Book, bound with twine, paper covers. Notebook quarter-filled with Chinese characters handwritten inside. Dimensions: 5 3/4 x 14 x 3/4 in.
2008.014.034 Certificate Certificate Wing Luke Memorial Foundation By laws of the Wing Luke Memorial Foundation Loan agreement with the Washington State Museum, University of Washington (Burke)11/29/1967 Wing Luke Memorial Foundation
2008.016.041 Release, News The Minidoka Irrigator Vol. IV no. 42 The Minidoka Irrigator
2008.016.042 Documents Publised by The Evergreen State College with Funding from Great American Bank, 1988 A Guide to Ethnic Washington
2008.016.043 Documents Status Report to the Asian American Advisory Council Follow-up on Concil Recommendations in the Asian American Public Hearing Report, " Discrimination Against Asians"
2008.016.044 Documents By Takami, David 16 pages Shared Dreams: A History of Asians and Pacific Americans in Washington State
2008.016.045 Documents Asian Family Affair Vol. 6 No. 5 August-September 1977 Minidoka: 35 Years After
2008.016.046 Newspaper The Seattle Times October 23, 1994 Two articles were both written by Gelernter, Carey Quan Touching Our Past Mistakes, Stereotypes Distort Past
2008.016.047 Documents Western Defense Command and Fourth Army Wartime Civil Control Administration, Presidio of San Francisco, California April 24, 1942 Instructions to All Persons of Japanese Ancestry
2008.016.048 Documents The LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center co-published The State of Asian Pacific America: Policy Issues to the Year 2020 A Public Policy Report Executive Summary
2008.016.049 Documents By Cordova, Fred Copy form the Seattle Times, January 14, 1973 The Burdens of Filipino Americans
2008.016.050 Documents Draft Philipino-Americans in the Yakima Valley: Result of A Survey, Autumn of 1973
2008.016.051 Documents No title and date The content is about Asian communities at Yakima Valley
2008.016.052 Documents "Pacific" November 18, 1990 Epiphany: Confronting Feelings about Being Filipino in America
2008.016.053 Documents The Manual was presented by National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium Speaker's Manual on Affirmative Action
2008.016.054 Documents Loose papers and documents related to the Washington State Affirmative Action
2008.016.055 Documents Three documents:Part 1: State Employment, June 1995; Part 2: Public Higher Education, November 1995; Part 3:Public Contracting, March 1996 All prepared by the Washington State Commission on African American Affairs Affirmative Action: Who's Really Benefiting
2008.016.056 Documents Published by the LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute Perspective on Affirmative Action...and Its Impacts on Asian Pacific Americans
2008.016.057 Documents Written by Professor Chin, Gabriel; Sumi Cho; Jerry Kang; Frank Wu from Laws, UCLA Beyond Self-Interest: Asain Pacific Americans Toward A Community of Justice, A Policy Analysis of Affirmative Action
2008.016.058 Newspaper By Seo, Diane, presented in Los Angeles Times, December 27, 1995 One original and one copy Growing Asian Enrollment Redefines UC Campuses Asians: Rising Numbers Lead to Fear of Backlash
2008.016.059 Documents One Brochure against Prop. 209 Protect Your Rights-Vote NO on Prop. 209
2008.016.060 Newspaper Two copies Article written by Angela E. Oh A Visionary Task in Examining Race in America
2008.016.061 Newspaper Written by Florangela Davila and Justin Mayo The Seattle Times, November 24, 2002 I-200 Didn't Erase Color on Compus
2008.016.062 Newspaper Written by Alex Fryer The Seattle Times, November 25, 2002 Affirmative-Action Fight Shifts from Ballot Box to Courtroom
2008.016.063 Documents The package of Densho DVD and Brochure See. Hear. Experience.
2008.016.064 Documents One document presented by National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior, Minidoka Internment National Monument, along with a map of Minidoka Relocation Center in 1945 Minidoka Internment National Monument, Jerome, Idaho
2008.016.065 Newsletter Two copies "International Examiner" August 17-September 16, 2005 Pioneering Washington ISSEI: 1879-1899
2008.016.066 Newsletter "Pacific Northwest" August 15, 2004 Minidoka: Remnants of An Interned Life
2008.016.067 Newsletter Spring 1996 Vol. 11 No. 1 Published by Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles Japanese American National Museum Quarterly
2008.016.068 Newsletter Spring 1997 Vol. 12 No. 1 Published by Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles Japanese American National Museum Quarterly
2008.016.069 Newsletter Winter 1991/1992 Vol. 7 No. 1 Published by Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles Japanese American National Museum
2008.016.070 Newsletter Pacific Northwest The Seattle Times Magazine, June 13, 1999 They Looked Like the Enemy: The Peculiar Wars of America's Asian-Pacific Veterans
2008.016.071 Newsletter Vol. 17 No.10 May 16, 1990 International Examiner
2008.016.072 Newsletter The Weekly, Seattle's Newsmagazine 'Relocation' Camps on Our Conscience: The Case for $3-billion in Reparations to Japanese American Citizens
2008.016.073 Newsletter The newsletter includes the direction, map, introduction, history of the Minidoka Internment National Monument. Published by National Park Service Minidoka Internment National Monument
2008.016.074 Newsletter Case Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Havard University Against All Odds: The Japanese Americans' Campaign for Redress
2008.016.075 Newsletter Article on two loose pages form a newsletter Mochi: The Soul Food of Japanese New Year
2008.016.076 Newsletter A newsletter of Manzanar National Historic Site, California. Published by National park Service Manzanar
2008.016.077 Newsletter Newslatter of the event at November 8, 1995 Sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum National Salute to Japanese American Veterans
2008.016.078 Newsletter Museum Magazine, Spring 2000 Published by Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles Japanese American National Museum
2008.016.079 Newsletter The neswletter contains the history and accomplishments of Densho Densho 2003 Annual Report
2008.016.080 Newsletter Published by Densho, Fall 2002 Densho Newsletter
2008.016.081 Newsletter Published by Densho, Fall 2003 Densho Newsletter
2008.016.082 Newsletter Published by Densho, Fall 2003 Densho Newsletter
2008.016.083 Newsletter Newsletter of the Introduction of three films Global Film Network Inc. Publication
2008.016.084 Newsletter General Management Plan Newsletter No. 1, October 2002 Published by National Park Service The Minidoka Monument
2008.016.085 Newsletter The conference was held at San Francisco, California, November 19-21, 1976. Published by Japanese American Citizens League and National Institute of Mental Health. Nisei Retirement Planning Conference
2008.016.086 Newsletter An newsletter article and four loose papers. The article was written by Jenni Kuida and Tony Osumi Northwest Nikkei, February 18, 1997 Four loose papers of "You Know You're Japanese When..." 101 Ways to Tell If You're Japanese American
2008.016.087 Newsletter One museum brochure and one letter from a Japanese American veteran of World War II to the museum members Japanese American National Museum Materials
2008.016.088 Newsletter One Statement of U.S. Citizen of Japanese Ancestry, WRA (War Relocation Authority) Information, and a copy of the opening letter form Japanese Americans at the Washington Post, May 19, 1979. Materials of Japanese American Relocation Camp during WWII
2008.016.089 Newsletter The article of Densho The Seattle Times, May 4, 2002 An Online Legacy
2008.016.090 Newsletter The Japan Times, April 29, 2006 Neisei Bears Witness to 'Looking Like the Enemy'
2008.016.091 Newsletter The article of the dialogue of two women: one of them is a Japanese American. They went to same high school at 12 and have stayed friends since the 1942 internment of Japanese Americans separated them. The Seattle Times, May 5, 2002 True to Their Values/ to Their School/ to Their Friendship
2008.016.092 Newsletter The article of Internment of Japanese American during the World War II The Seattle Times, April 21, 1998 Islanders Relive Historic Wrong
2008.016.093 Documents A double-sided folder with loose papers of letters, newspaper article copys, newsletters, articles, notes that relate to the Redress project. Documents of Redress
2008.016.094 Documents A folder with loose papers of newspaper article copys, newsletters, copy of the civilian exclusion order that relate to the Redress project. One book list of Japanese American at BBC Library Media Center. One exhibit brochure. One film brochure. Documents of Redress
2008.016.096 Newsletter The newslatter of "International Examiner," November 15, 1989 It includes the articles that relate to the Redress project. International Examiner
2008.016.097 Newsletter Special Edition Vol. 43 No. 86 August 1988 It includes the articles that relate to the Redress project. The North American Post
2008.016.098 Newsletter The Northwest October 3, 1988 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. Report on little Omits' 87 Complaint
2008.016.099 Newsletter Seattle Post-Intelligencer Feburary18, 1979 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. No Crime, NoTrial, No Redress
2008.016.100 Newsletter Pacific Citizen December 8, 1978 Two articles on ezch side of the paper that relate to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. This Time, It was a 'Harmonious' Trek to Puyallup Redress-Pro and Con
2008.016.101 Newsletter Los Angeles Times December 6, 1981 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. The United Story of One Man's Fight for the Nisei
2008.016.102 Newsletter Pacific Citizen No.2021 Vol. 87 December 1, 1978 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. 'Camp Harmony' Remembered
2008.016.103 Newsletter The Seattle Times December 4, 1978 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. Acts of War Revisited: Pearl Harbor, Internment
2008.016.104 Newsletter The Seattle Times November 19, 1978 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. Nikkei Deserve Redress Now
2008.016.105 Newsletter The Seattle Times January 20, 1976 The article relates to the Redress project. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.093. Bias Against Japanese-Americans Planted, Pruned 'Tokyo Rose'
2008.016.106 Newsletter The Seattle Times May 30, 1999 The article relates to Japanese American Veterans during War World II It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.094. On Death & Rememberance
2008.016.107 Newsletter The International Examoner, May 19, 1999 The article is about a ducumentary film which shows the Japanese internment during World War II. It is separated from the folder 2008. 016.094. Award-Winning Film to Make Seattle Debut
2008.016.109 Newsletter Documents include one brochure and three newsletters of Japanese American Chamber of Commerce of Washington State. Documents of the Japanese American Chamber of Commerce of Washington State
2008.016.110 Newsletter Seven newsletters: winter 1989/1990 (Vol. 5 No.1), summer 1990 (Vol.5 No.3), Spring 1992 (Vol. 7 No. 2), October-December 1994 (Vol. 9 No.3), winter 1995 (Vol. 10 No. 3), summer 1996 (Vol. 11 No. 2), winter 1996 (Vol. 11 No.3); one museum capaign brochure, two exhibit brochure: Fighting For Tomorrow, November 10, 1995-January 1997 and Finding Family Stories, September 15, 1995-January 9, 1996; one museum store catalog; one museum information brochure in Japanese. Newsletters of the Japanese American National Museum
2008.016.111 Newsletter Four library newsletters: fall 1987 (Vol. 1 No. 2/3), winter 1988/89 (vol. 1 No. 4), winter 1990 (Vol. 2 No.3), fall 1991 (vol. 3 No. 1). Newsletters of the Japanese American Library
2008.016.112 Newsletter Two newsletters: August 1989 (Vol.4 No. 4) and May 1990 (Vol.5 No. 3). Missing Link: the Newsletter of Asian Management Business Assoiation
2008.016.113 Newsletter Questions and Answers about the Japanese Nuring Home for the Aged Seattle Keiro
2008.016.114 Newsletter An exhibit brochure. The exhibit is at the Wingluke Asian Museum, October, 1996. The Queer Asian Oral History Exhibition
2008.016.115 Newsletter Unidentified newspaper. Poet Confronts His 'Divided Identity'
2008.016.116 Newsletter The article is from South County Journal, February 18, 1998. The article is about Japanese American's civil right and internment during World War II. A Slient History
2008.016.117 Newsletter A xerox copy of newsletter article. How to Tell Japs From the Chinese: Angry Citizens Victimize Allies with Emotional Outbrust at Enemy
2008.016.118 Newsletter Tow newsletters: March 1986 Vol. 23 No. 3. and April 1990 Vol. 27 No.4 The newsletters relate to the Redress project, including Seattle Chapter, Chapter Focus, Community Notes, Special Reports and JACL Calendar Event. JACL Newsletter
2008.016.119 Newsletter Pacific, March 1989 For the Sake of the Children: Bainbridge's Japanese-Americans Remember
2008.016.120 Newsletter The Article is from the Seattle Times, June 20, 1999. It is about a Japanese American woman author's works and identity. The Power of 'Beauty'
2008.016.121 Newsletter Published by the National Committee for Redress, Japanese American Citizens League, June 1978. The Japanese American Incarceration: A Case for Redress
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