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2008.051.881 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese people leaving town in a hurry because of the bombing from the U.S. troops.
2008.051.882 Envelope Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person appearing angry after reading on the paper about the U.S. "B-29's Bomb Tokyo"
2008.051.883 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being choked by an American, shown only in a pair of hands with Uncle Sam costume sleeves.
2008.051.884 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being choked by an American, shown only in a pair of hands with Uncle Sam costume sleeves.
2008.051.885 Envelope Envelope Dr. Seuss' War Poster with stereotypical caricature of Japan person
2008.051.886 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person
2008.051.887 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being bombed away
2008.051.888 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person.
2008.051.889 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons being kicked or choked by American boys.
2008.051.890 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person and city being attacked by U.S. ships sailing in
2008.051.891 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons portrayed as a stuffed monkey holding by a kid with cigarette on his mouth.
2008.051.892 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person
2008.051.893 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons and Uncle Sam.
2008.051.894 Envelope Envelope Caricatures showing allied forces of France, China, Norway Denmark , US,England.. and etc being served "Japan" as dessert
2008.051.895 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person getting trapped
2008.051.896 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons being accompanied by Uncle Sam and the other to be sent off to the dog house
2008.051.897 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons /land being bombed. Words read: " Slay 'em in the Isles- your bonds help".
2008.051.898 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person and Uncle Sam playing "Pacific Strip Poker".
2008.051.899 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons as a boxer and his coach being defeated
2008.051.900 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being kicked by an U.S. represented by one leg wearing a leg wrap with the sign 'U.S.' on.
2008.051.901 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person and MacARTHUR.
2008.051.902 Envelope
2008.051.903 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being portrayed as an ocotopus, being axed by Admiral Mitscher
2008.051.904 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being punched by U.S. Air Power represented by a pair of arms/hands
2008.051.905 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person. Words read: "Destroy this menace."
2008.051.906 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being stuffed American bombs into his mouth
2008.051.907 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person.
2008.051.908 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons
2008.051.909 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person running in sweat
2008.051.910 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons being grabbed by an eagle
2008.051.911 Envelope Envelope Several U.S. symbols. Words: "Jappy your Sappy, There will Always be an America." flanked by American flags
2008.051.912 Envelope Envelope Words read: When Boncds to buy Ships To nab the Nips, That "ten percent" is dough well-spent.
2008.051.913 Envelope Envelope God Bless America sign, the Liberty Bell and the Flag words read: "Slap the Jap with a war stamp!"
2008.051.914 Envelope Envelope Almanac Reading, 1945 " There will be an eclipse of Nipponism, visible over the whole world. It is time for the planting of peace. These are the months for investment in America, so that the harvesting of peace may not be delayed beyond the right season. These are the months to buy War Bonds, the unbreakable bonds which hold the citizens and the servicemen of America together."
2008.051.915 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being attacked by a soldier
2008.051.916 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being attacked by a "remember Pearl Harbor" bomb.
2008.051.917 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person.
2008.051.918 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person attacked by a goat
2008.051.919 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of a gorilla lookin Japanese persong trying to attack a lady from the back
2008.051.920 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person, under the bed, brocasting through a microphone
2008.051.921 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese flying up in the air. Words read: "Kicked Out!" " - (So Sorry!)"
2008.051.922 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons being grabbed by an eagle
2008.051.923 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person. a U.S. Navy photo. Words read: "We're On the Road To Berlin... Lookout Toyko...."
2008.051.924 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of an Asian soldier holding his weapon. The words read: "In the Philippines, at Okinawa, Iwo Jima, Guam, and in fact all over the Pacific, the Allies are massed for the blow to push Japan down and out. "
2008.051.925 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person.
2008.051.926 Envelope
2008.051.927 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese person being stepped by a big foot. Words read: "A step in the right direction."
2008.051.928 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese soldiers bowing to their commander-in-chief kind of person
2008.051.929 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese soldiers bowing to their commander-in-chief type of person
2008.051.930 Envelope Envelope hand-painted stereotypical caricature of Japanese persons being boiled in oil.
2008.051.931 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of German, Japanese and Italian soldiers in a jug, the jug held by a hand representing Uncle Sam. This caricature was to promote United States Savings Bond.
2008.051.932 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of ToJo, Adolf and Benito
2008.051.933 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Tojo and Adolf
2008.051.934 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese and German soldiers being chained up on fences shaped like "44". Words read: " Do your best to help the war- so we'll reach this objective in '44".
2008.051.935 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese and German soldiers being chained up on fences shaped like "44".
2008.051.936 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese , German and Italian persons.
2008.051.937 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of a Japanese , a German and an Italian as monkeys. Words read: Out on a limb, are three of a kind- one a jap, one a Sap, one of a Swine. Buy War Bonds, watch 'em whine."
2008.051.938 Matchbook Label Label of matchbook with color illustration of Chinese man with yolk selling matches. The Chinaman SAfety Matches
2008.051.939 Transparency, Slide Color Transparency Dick Tracy cartoon slide show. Features Joe Jitsu a stereotypical caricature. Dick Tracy in the case of the missing masterpiece
2008.051.940 Box Box Frozen entree storage/ marketing container. Kubla Khan Shrimp Curry Rice
2008.051.941 Postcard Postcard Black and white photograph of beheaded man. "Chinaman with his head cut off. "
2008.051.959 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese represented by a two-headed rattlesnake caught by America represented by an eagle wearing the stripes and stars hat.
2008.051.960 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese , German and Italian persons.
2008.051.961 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese and German as monkeys standing on a tree trunk, bullets flying around them.
2008.051.962 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese , German and Italian persons as bowling pins hit by the ball representing United Nations. Beneath the picture, the words read: "The enemy must be hit and hit hard from so many directions that he never knows which is his bow and which is his stern."- President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
2008.051.963 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of two soldiers caught a Japanese and a German in a bag and carried them on a stick over their soldiers.
2008.051.964 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese , German and Italian persons being scolded by an American represented by a pointing finger and hand.
2008.051.965 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of Japanese , German and Italian persons running away from a train marked "United Nations"
2008.051.966 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of German, Japanese and Italian soldiers in a jug, the jug held by a hand representing Uncle Sam. This caricature was to promote United States Savings Bond. and war stamps.
2008.051.967 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of German and Japanese people.
2008.051.968 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical "Behind The Eight Ball"caricature of German, Japanese and Italian soldiers.
2008.051.969 Envelope Envelope Stereotypical caricature of German, Japanese and Italian persons looking at a skull nervously.
2008.053.001 Card, Greeting Note from Wing Luke to Alice Turtledove Meyer Illustration of Santa Claus with wine glass by Wing Luke Best Wishes
2008.055.001 Card Card Wah Mee Club Membeship card Jackson Chan honorary life member No 169 194_ Wah Mee Club
2008.200.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Stan Dahlin
2008.200.003 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Moodette Ka'ampana
2008.200.004 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Herb Kai
2008.200.005 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Danny Kaopuiki III
2008.200.006 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Kamuela Kaahanui
2008.200.007 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Kalehua Kim
2008.200.008 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Maile Lono-Batura
2008.200.009 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Heather Minton and Larry Kamahele
2008.200.010 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Onie Rendall
2008.200.011 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Gail Stringer
2008.200.012 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Deva Yamashiro
2009.006.001 Card, political Card, political Campaign card for Victor Maluenda as a republican for state representative Victor Maluenda
2009.006.002 Card, political Card, political Campaign card for John "Mendig" Del Rosario republican, Lanai, for supervisor John Del Rosario
2009.009.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Ron Chew Hong Kong restaurant Ron Chew
2009.009.002 Oral History Interview Ron Choi
2009.009.003 Oral History Interview Doug Chin
2009.009.004 Oral History Interview Angela Lee
2009.009.005 Oral History Interview Rick Wong
2009.009.006 Oral History Interview Tek Wong
2009.009.007 Oral History Interview Tek Wong
2009.009.008 Oral History Interview Tek Wong
2009.012 Letter Letter A: Envelop: To: Huang Shouzhang W. J. London & Company 6 4 King Street, Seattle, WA From: THE MANDARIN CAFE 515-517 FOURTH ST. SIOUX CITY, IOWA U. S. A B: Letter Dear Yi Fu, Greetings! Recently, since the Mei Dongtang ocoured, hundreds shops are all being influenced. All the Chinese were not only being insulted but also being overworked. This spring, the business of Da Guanyuan was also worse than before. My live was not good, and I even can't get a little bit profits from the business. And I opened two more shops, which also lead a worse situation on the money. All the shareholders tied their best to support our business. I always worried about the deficts. The only way is to downsize our business and surpport it narrowly. But my brother Libin saw the bad situation and he has gone to since sixth of this mouth. And he owed chinese workers 7 hundred yuan. In total The Da Guan Yuan owed American and chinese workers
2009.012.001 Menu Menu from The Chinese Pavilion, a restaurant in Cleveland, OH. Red cover with yellow printing.
2009.012.002 Petition Legal document from March 2nd, 1925, petitioning for information on the detention of Leung Cheuk Chun, on orders of Seattle, WA's Commissioner of Immigration. Petition submitted by Leung Kwong Kun.
2009.012.003 Letter Business letter to Wong Sek Cheung (Huang Shuo Zhang) from his son. Sent from Yakima, WA on October 8th, 1927. Sent to 664 King St. Seattle, WA. Letter is written in Chinese. Dear Father, I respectfully report to you that the gambling was banned in this place. (The venues) were closed two days ago, and they all reopened this morning. We had a meeting and decided to employ one more chef. The transfer of a Japanese store has not been in transaction yet. Probably it can be done next week. Son, Yuan Fa
2009.012.004 Letter Letter mailed from China to Wong Kat Yan (Huang Ji Ren), W. J. London Co., 664 King Street, Seattle WA, USA in November 1927. Letter is regarding family issues and is written in Chinese. The letter is from the recipient's family's mother with the grandmother to her daughter-in-law. To my daughter-in-law from Kwan (Guan) family to open this letter elegantly, Now that you, my daughter-in-law has taken Ah Wah (Yahua, a ship's name?) to get to San Francisco. If you have finally calculated the total expense of the trip to San Francisco, I beg you to write to us about the amount. Beg a reply from you about the expenditure. Please know that your gray-haired mother's heart?. For now, each family member is doing well except Shi Dai. All of the stuff that you my daughter-in-law mailed home earlier this year has already been distributed to each and everyone to use. Grandmother has expressed her gratitude. She complains that she thinks that your uncle's wife is not even human. Grandmother hopes that you, my daughter-in-law, would be hardworking and thrifty in the foreign land. She is concerned that her children and grandchildren are still young and have handful of big events. They have not been able to establish a thing yet. She sincerely hopes that because of this, later it is fine for the children to go to the world. This is what grandmother asked me to inform you with special emphasis. A while ago, you have sent back five hundred Yuan for Si Kei's wedding. It is not known yet if you my daughter-in-law or Shi Kei's father should cover the wedding expense. Please kindly give us a response and clarify your wishes. By the way, I would like to let you know that for Si Kei's wedding, a wedding dress has been made, which cost fifty Yuan or so. Adding the ceremony invitations, more than a hundred Yuan was spent already. This is just to inform you about it. The rest is not mentioned here in details. I drafted this letter, and send our greetings to you. Your mother-in-law Deng (Kwok Ching's mother) together with Grandmother Si-tou
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