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Id#NameAbstractTitle
1990.200.049 Oral History Interview Bill Kay
1990.200.050 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Arlene Chin on her father Lew Kay Lew Kay
1990.200.051 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Richard Lew Kay and Helen Kay. Richard Lew Kay and Helen Kay
1990.200.052 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Toy Kay Toy Kay
1990.200.053 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Eugene Ko Eugene Ko
1990.200.054 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Bill Lee Bill Lee
1990.200.055 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Guay Lee Guay Lee
1990.200.056 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Marjorie Kay Lee Marjorie Kay Lee
1990.200.057 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Daniel Hong Lew Daniel Hong Lew
1990.200.058 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Helen Woo Locke Helen Woo Locke
1990.200.059 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Henry Kay Lock Henry Kay Lock
1990.200.060 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with James Locke James Locke
1990.200.061 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Loy Hugh Locke Loy Hugh Locke
1990.200.062 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Wanda Chin Locke Wanda Chin Locke
1990.200.063 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Art Louie Art Louie
1990.200.064 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Henry and Kenny Louie Henry and Kenny Louie
1990.200.065 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with James Louie James Louie
1990.200.066 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Paul Louie Paul Louie
1990.200.067 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Keye Luke Keye Luke
1990.200.068 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Ken Prichard Ken Prichard
1990.200.069 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Art B. Lum Art B. Lum
1990.200.070 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Fannie Eng Lung Fannie Eng Lung
1990.200.071 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Alfred Dong Mar Alfred Dong Mar
1990.200.072 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Dan Mar Dan Mar
1990.200.073 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with James Mar James Mar
1990.200.074 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Ruth Mar Ruth Mar
1990.200.075 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Chong Wing Mar Chong Wing Mar
1990.200.076 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Dahlia Marr Dahlia Marr
1990.200.077 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Mai Lee Mai Lee
1990.200.078 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Eddie Moy Eddie Moy
1990.200.079 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Gene and Barbara Tom Gene and Barbara Tom
1990.200.080 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Liem Eng Tuai Liem Eng Tuai
1990.200.081 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Winnie Tuai Winnie Tuai
1990.200.082 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Anne Chinn Wing Anne Chinn Wing
1990.200.083 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Alan Fay Wong Alan Fay Wong
1990.200.084 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Fung Sinn Wong Fung Sinn Wong
1990.200.085 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Fung Sinn Wong Fung Sinn Wong
1990.200.086 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with James Wong James Wong
1990.200.087 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Puey King Wong Puey King Wong
1990.200.088 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Rose Chinn Wong Rose Chinn Wong
1990.200.089 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Tek Wong Tek Wong
1990.200.090 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Ben Woo Benjamin Woo
1990.200.091 Tape, cassette Oral History Interview with Ray Lew Ray Lew
1990.200.092 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with David "Gobby" Woo David "Gobby" Woo
1990.200.093 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Melvin Woo Melvin Woo
1990.200.094 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Henry Woo Henry Woo
1990.200.095 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Josephine Chinn Woo Josephine Chinn Woo
1990.200.096 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Mary Luke Woo Mary Luke Woo
1990.200.097 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with May G. Woo May G. Woo
1990.200.098 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Wilma C. Woo Wilma C. Woo
1990.200.099 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Henry Woo Henry Woo
1990.200.100 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Harriet Wu Harriet Wu
1990.200.101 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with George Yee George Yee
1990.200.102 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Sam Yee Sam Yee
1990.200.103 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Louise Yook Louise Yook
1990.200.104 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Lee "Smiley" Young Lee "Smiley" Young
1990.200.105 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Albert King Albert King
1990.200.106 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Woo Gen Woo Gen
1990.200.107 Oral History Interview Oral history interview with Arlene L. Chinn Arlene L. (Irene) Chinn
1990.200.108 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Lilly Louie by George P. Woo under the direction of the Washington State Oral/Aural History Program of 1976. Lilly Louie
1990.200.109 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Mary Woo, wife of John Woo, by Ron Chew and John Pai Mary Woo
1991.003.018 Book Green paper cover illustrated with ideographs enclosed in circle. Title reads "A Guide to Yenching University" above circle and "Peping, China" below. Book has been folded in half lengthwise. 23 numbered pages, fold-out map attached in front. DAMAGE: cover slightly torn, faded, front and back. Oval stain on front.
1991.003.019 Magazine (a) Paperback reprint of "Consecrated Images of China" by John Aton Dean, reprinted from The China Journal (vol. XXI, no. 4, October 1934, pp. 150-161) (b) letter indicating Journal's acceptance of (a). (c) envelope for (b) L: 3-3/4"
1991.003.021 Journal A: Paper cover China Journal Cover is burnt orange paper with an illustration of a temple. The illustration is in blue, yellow, red and black. In the center is a Buddha sitting on a dais with flames in back. The title is "China Journal," "Science Art Literature" Travel Shooting Fishing" Vol. XXI, October 1934, No. 4. There is an article by John Aton Dean - "Consecrated Images of China." B: List, H: 8.5", W: 5.5", white parchment with typed list of museums each has written dates next to it and arrows pointing left and right. C: Newspaper article, H: 17.25", W: 5.25", "Seattle Times" 7 - 12 - 1957, entitled "Golden Boy" with Black and white photo of Millard Rogers and Edward Thomas of Seattle Art Museum on finding artifacts inside a wooden Chinese statue. D: Newspaper article, H: 8", W: 6.125", "What Is the Jeweled Buddha's Secret?" about a statue at Joslyn Memorial Museum in Omaha. E: Letter, 8.5" X 11", typed letter on white paper to Millard Rogers of SAM.
1991.003.022 Book "Peiping Utility Book" is the official address list and social calendar of the Peiping International Women's Club. Published in Peiping in 1930, it has a title page, 43 numbered pages, an advertising section title page, 9 pages of ads, and the inside back cover is another ad. DAMAGE: piece missing cover, back, top right corner
1991.003.027 Map Map of Asia, produced by National Geographic Magazine, dated 1933. Scale 1:15,000,000.
1991.003.028 Report A handwritten Chinese document A row of 12 Chinese characters in red across the top and then 8 vertical columns of Chinese characters written in black. In the lower left is a notation and the date. At the left of the columns of writing is a signature and the date, 27/12/29, written in pencil. In the lower right in blue pencil is the date 26/12/29 and initials. At the top of the page is typewritten translation of the message. It says: "Report from Dolonar (dated 22/12/29). The conditions in this week is as follows: - The regions in vicinity of Dolonor are infested with with bandits and travel to various places is render-ed difficult. Robbery is frequently reported. The motor - car leaving Kalgan on 14th inst. Has not arrived here. Whether it is delayed by snow or robbers no report is available."
1991.003.029 Report A handwritten Chinese document A row of 12 Chinese characters in red across the top and then 8 vertical columns of Chinese characters written in black. In the lower left is a notation and the date. At the left of the columns of writing is a signature and the date, 11/9/30, written in pencil. In the lower right in blue pencil is the date 11.9/30 and initials. At the top of the page is typewritten translation of the message. It says: "Weekley report dated 7.9.30 from Dolonar Office. Since the departure of government troops early this week several shops in the city have looted by robbers of whom three have been arrested by the Militia. The local populace is in a state of terror , waylaying and kidnapping are often reported. Conditions on the roads from Damunor to Dolonor. And from Dolonor to the seats of sub-office are not peaceful."
1991.003.030 Card Christmas card, with photograph. Sepia tone photograph, 3.375" X 2.375", of an individual. Probably John Dean, leaning against a stone archway with a barren mountain in the background. The photo is mounted on red art paper, 4.5" X 3.5", set under a frame of blue art paper 4.25" X 3.25", these are mounted on a folding mottled green and tan folder. On the downturned outer flap of the folder is a stylized seal in red ink. The underside of this flap has an imprint in brown "Yuletide Greetings !!!! John A. Dean" On the iner side of the bottom of the folder is a quotation from the old Chinese; "My soul has lingered in this arch of Tai-shan, the majesty of which once humiliated the great Kung-tze. .. Like an enormous lotus flower its temple roofs of tile ..arose to the clouds, and there the poets receive the dew ... from heaven."
1991.003.047 Watercolor Painting A mounted and matted opaque watercolor of a ceiling tile from the Illi Temple in Jehol. The painting is done on thin cardboard which has been pasted on a stiffened paper backing. It is framed by a mat of grey cardboard. An ink line .25 " from the inner edge of the mat runs around the mat parallel to the edges of the painting. See 1991.3.49 for further description .
1991.003.048 Letters A: A letter, 8" X 10.5", written on Smithsonian Institution letterhead to John A. Dean from J.E. Lodge, curator, dated July 30, 1934. It responds to an inquiry concerning the meaning of the letters on a Chinese ceiling tile. B: A memo, 4.375" X 5.375", "From the desk of John A. Dean" on which are copied lettering from the Chinese ceiling tile and an interpretation of their meaning. C: A letter copy, 8.5" X 11", typewritten from John Dean to Curator of The Far East Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York enclosing a monograph and photograph of a ceiling square from the Illi Temple in Jehol, China.
1991.003.049 Notes Notes written on blue double fold letterhead paper of the N.Y.U. Line in black ink. A: Gives a description of the colors and the design of the Chinese ceiling square from Jehol. The notes are hand written on the front and on the top half of the reverse side. B: Written on the inner two pages of the letterhead and concern the color and design of the Chinese ceiling tile from Illi Temple in Jehol, China.
1991.003.050 Article Magazine article in Collier's magazine. A page taken from the September 22, 1934 edition of Collier's Magazine pages 45 & 46. In the column "Keep Up With the World" an item by John Dean is inicated by markings in black ink. It refers to items enclosed in Buddhist statues.
1991.003.051 Notes Eleven pages of notes on white paper Notes concern Buddhist symbolism, gods and goddesses, procedures and interpretations. A - I: Typed on blue lined white notebook paper. Yellowing. J: Typed on plain newsprint paper. K: Hand written in pencil on plain paper with three perforations on the left side.
1991.003.052 Manuscript 12 typewritten pages entitled "Ceiling Square" on plain white paper. They appear to be a draft copy for an article and contain numerous pencilled corrections additions and deletions It describes the ceiling tile found by John Dean in the Illi Temple in Jehol and explains the symbolism of the square.
1991.003.053 Manuscript Six typewritten plain paper pages entitled "The Symbology Involved in a Chien Lung Ceiling Square Used at Jehol" by John A. Dean. In the upper right corner of the first pageis pasted a small, 1.5" square, photograph. The article gives a description and explains the symbolism of the ceiling square which was obtained by John Dean from the Illi Temple in Jehol, China. An earlier draft of this article is 1991.3.52.
1991.003.054 Booklet Tan marbled paper cover booklet, "Lo Han Temple in the Streets of Shanghai" On the front is a red, blue and dark brown illustration of a pagoda structure with a ricksha in front of it. The title is "Lo Han Temple in the streets of Shanghai, A Century of Progress 1934, Chicago." It is a catalog of the Temple furnishings on display in Chicago and written by Samuel E. Wilson. Signed by the author for John Dean.
1991.034 Documents Box of photographs, letters, newsletters, newspaper clippings, I.D. badge from Tule Lake Internment Camp collected by Winnie Hanson, a social worker in the Camp Letters, 8.5 X 11": .1 - Reprint "the Story of the Nittas: A Touching Human Document" by Milton C. Phinney in NOW, p. 1-14. Letters to Winnie Hanson: .2 A,B - Apr. 16/46 from Alice Brandebury (Juneau, Alaska), envelope .3 - Apr. 29/46 copy of letter to Alice Brandebury from Winnie Hanson (Newell, Calif.) .4 A,B - Aug. 17/46 from Kay Machiguchi (San Francisco, CA) - 4 pgs., envelope .5 A,B - June 30/47 from Sarah Okada (Japan) - 3 pgs., envelope .6 A,B - July 23/47 from Sara - 2 pgs., envelope (Sgt. Joe s. Wakamatsu, San Francisco) .7 A,B - Aug. 29/47 from Sarah Yomogi Okada, envelope (SF) .8 - Jan. 21/47 from Sarah (typewritten) .9 A,B - Feb. 14/48 from her mother (Georgiana, Ala.) - 2 pgs., envelope .10 A,B - July 15/46 from Sarah Okada, envelope (Robert Snyder, SF) .11 A,B - Apr. 15 from J.H. Hofst, envelope .12 - May 8/46 from Rini? - 3 pgs. .13 - May 1/46 from Thomasine Allen (Rio Linda, CA), duplicated letter .14 A,B - Dec. 31/47 "Kuji Christmas-1947" from Thomasine Allen, Kuji, Iwateken, Japan - 2 pgs., envelope (CH Jewell, SF) .15 A-G - Jan. 30/46 Envelope with 5 telegrams and 1 letter - corresp. with Alice Brandebury re Nome, Alaska job. Carbon Copies of Letters: .16 A,B - Dec. 10/45 2 pages, 2 copies .17 A-C - Dec. 9/43 Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society, N.Y., 6 pgs. from Thomasine Allen (3 copies) .18 A-D - June 10/45 duplicated letter from Inez Clift Simkins, Portland Ore. - 5 pgs., 3 sets of copies of 1st page and about 1/3 of 2nd page. Newsletters: .19 A-E - Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service Monthly Review: 5 issues - September, October, November, December 1945 and January 1946 .20 - U.S. INS "The Span", November 1945 Newpapers and Clippings: .21 A,B - Newspaper: THE NORTHWEST TIMES, June 23, 1948, "Community Honors Nisei War Dead" (2 copies) .22 - Newspaper: PACIFIC CITIZEN, Salt Lake City, Dec. 29, 1945 .23 - Clipping: OREGON JOURNAL, December 27, 1945, 1 pg. .24 - .71 - 51 Newspaper articles (see listing in manila envelope with clippings) .72 - Identification Badge: Winnie L. Hanson, Tule Lake Center Black and white Photographs and Negatives, 4.625 x 2.75": .73 - Sign "Camp Tule Lake Military Crossing" .74 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Road junction, watch tower at right, barracks at left .75 - Roadway, row of power poles and barbed wire fence at left, open fields to right, low hills visible in distance .76 - Grassy fields, low fence in foreground, telephone wires above, low hills in distance .77 - Grassy fields, dark horizontal row of rocks or earth in center, low hills in distance .78 - Abalone Mountain rear center, watch tower at right .79 - Abalone Mountain rear center, low horizontal row of earth or rock across center .80 - Castle Rock, 3 watch towers from left to right, fence and row of telephone poles .81 - Castle Rock, roadway in foreground, fence beyond roadway, telephone poles and buildings in distance .82 - Other end of Castle Rock, roadway in foreground, fence and row of telephones poles, low mass of rock in background .83 A,B - 2 copies of Guard checking vehicle at left, telephone pole in center, guard shack at right, fenced enclosure with buildings in background .84 - Vehicle at left, guard in center looking down with hands near right breast pocket, guard shack at right, telephone pole in center, buildings in background within fenced enclosure .85 - Guard shack with stop sign and fence in foreground, individual standing at center window, watch tower visible at far right .86 - Side view of guard shack, door ajar .87 - Side view of guard shack, door ajar, two men in uniform at left, back end of a van at right .88 - Interior view of guard shack, pot belly stove in center, two uniformed men at right rear, third man at left against wall .89 - Watch tower in center, corner of bluff at left background, two uniformed men standing on low row of rought stone, another row of stone from lower left foreground to right center .90 - Back end of sedan at left center, beyond low wall of rough stone, dry grass in foreground, sign "Military Reservation, No Traffic Beyond This Point" at right center, fence and row of telephone poles in line toward watch tower in distance .91 - Dirt road going past watch tower, fence paralleling road, two telephone poles behind fence .92 - Two parallel rows of rough stone with path in center, group of buildings at left, another row of rough stone curving to right then extending into distance, row of small leafless trees in center, two watch tower in distance (same as 1991.34.140) .93 - Two low walls of rough stone meet at angle at left center, sedan at right center, guard shack behind vehicle, two men in uniform at rear of sedan .94 A,B - 2 copies of Two low walls of rough stone meet at angle in left center, back end of sedan at right, guard shack beyond, back view of man in uniform squatting in foreground, two men in uniform at rear of sedan .95 - 2 copies of Sign on striped stake "Foot Traffic Only" in junction of two low walls of rough stone, watch towers and buildings visible in distance .96 - Two uniformed men standing at base of watch tower, chain link fence at left and continuing in right distance towards next watch tower, back end of sedan at right .97 - 2 copies of Man in uniform climbing lader of watch tower, back end of sedan at right .98 - View of watch tower with unifoemd man leaning on railing at top .99 - View of watch tower with uniformed man standing on landing part way up tower .100 - Uniformed man standing alongside open front door of sedan, base at watch tower visible at right .101 - Man in leather jacket standing on landing a third of the way up watch tower .102 - 2 copies of potholed dirt road curving into distance, side of watch tower of left, another watch tower in center rear, back of photo indicates "picture taken from base of tower #12 showing tower #10 in distance" .103 - Sedan parked in front of barracks-like building, metal drum on stand against side of building, doorway at right .104 - Uniformed man standing along driver's side of sedan, driver seated in car, telephone pole at right, fence and buildings in background .105 A,B - 2 copies of front view of sedan, uniformed man standing at right grasping windshield wiper .106 - Military sedan with hexagonal insignia on side and driver getting out of vehicle, military truck and buildings in background .107 - Two uniformed guards standing in front of low wall, watch tower in background .108 - Two men in uniform standing along military van, two small children standing between them on running board of van .109 - Man in short jacket, wearing felt fedora, standing under eave in front of open door of barracks .110 - Van in roadway near one end of barracks, tall pole, possibly roadio mast, behind building other buildings and telephone poles in background .111 - Three men in civilian clothes in center, "SPECIAL" bus at right, civilian car with baggage pod parked parallel to bus, crowd of interrnees behind fence in rear .112 - Steam locomotive with passenger cars on railroad track on far side of chain link fence, side view of sedan at left, wat tower in center rear (Same as 1991.34.146) .113 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Front angle view of military bus, several occupants visible, wooden stairway at left .114 - Side view of military bus (partial only) .115 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Man loading, or unloading, footlocker at back end of truck, another man on floor of truck bending over rope bound suitcase, lumber, litter and boxes at right .116 A-C - 3 copies of Two men and woman throwing material into a fire pit fromn alongside sedan, another man with a rake at left, rows of barracks at left and right sides .117 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Two men and a woman alongside sedan throwing material into fire pit .118 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Side view of woman standing with back to fire pit, barracks in rear .119 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Man with rake alongside fire pit of burning trash .120 A-C - 3 copies of View down length of trash burning in fire pit, barracks at left, watch tower in distance .121 A-C - 3 copies of One woman and 5 men standing in front of pile of burning wood and trash, bulldozer at left, barracks in background .122 A-C - 3 copies of Burning wood and trash, bulldozer behind flames, 2 sedans and barracks in background .123 A-C - 3 copies of Pile of burning wooden frames, bulldozer behind fire pit. Two men and a woman standing at right beyond fire pit, barracks and mountain in background .124 A-C - 3 copies of Broad view of burning wood and trash, barracks in background .125 - Back view of woman talking with Japanese American man alongside barracks .126 - Young Japanese American man in cardigan sweater holding camera alongside wooden structure .127 - Young Japanese American woman in white blouse and dark skirt standing outdoors .128 - Seventeen Japanese American men and women posed outdoors .129 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Caucasian woman dressed in suit standing outdoors .130 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Caucasian woman dressed in suit standing outdoors .131 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Caucasian woman standing next to truck .132 A,B - 1 print & 1 negative of Caucasian woman standing next to truck .133 - Single storey white house .134 - Single storey white house .135 - Multi-storied structure seen through foliage .136 - Multi-stored structure visible through foliage .137 - Waterway with foliage on both banks .138 - Men seated in lawn chairs and standing dressed in western business suits .139 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Four men near truck burning personal materials .140 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Ditch used for fire pit (Same as 1991.34.92) .141 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative Fives males watching fire burn in pit with tractor nearby .142 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Ditch with fire burning personal materials .143 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Fire burning personal material, side view of ditch .144 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Fire burning with tractor and driver nearby .145 A,B - 5 x 7" print and negative of Fire burning with tractor and driver nearby .146 A-C - 2 - 5 x 7" prints and negative of Landscape picture of camp (Same as 1991.34.112)
1991.035.004 Name Tag Cardboard tag with string attached. Name: Kudo, Jack T. Family No. l6620 To be attached to hand baggage carried by person
1991.035.005 Name Tag Cardboard tag with string attached. See 1991.35.4 You are instructed to report ready to travel on: Friday May 15 - 7:30 A.M., 17th and Jefferson Bus I, D-5-113. Tag - To be retained by person to whom issued
1991.035.006 Newspaper The Minidoka Irrigator, Volume IV, Number 42 Hunt, Idaho, Saturday, December 23,1944
1991.035.007 Newspaper Same as 1991.35.6 Photograph cut out
1991.035.008 Drawing,Pencil Pencil Drawing of Tule Lake Internment Camp. View of barracks and mountains
1991.035.009 Drawing, Pencil Pencil drawing of watch tower, power poles, and Abalone Mountain at Tule Lake Internment Camp
1991.035.010 Drawing, Pencil Pencil drawing: Overview of Tule Lake Internment Camp from Castle Rock
1991.054 Newspapers 3 Seattle P-I: 3/23/42 (2); 8/14/50; Clipping 1 North American Times: 3/12/42 7 Northwest Times: 7/1/48, 8/10/49, 1/1/50, 4/26/50, 1/24/51, 7/22/53, 7/29/53. Most articles refer to Japanese-American internment and Vets North American Times and Northwest Times in Newspaper Box #3
1991.055 Programs Items from Camp Minidoka, Hunt, Idaho Japanese-American Internment Camp .1 Dance Invitation, "Dance, music by Harmonaires" .2 Dance Program, "Sweetheart Ball, 1945" .3 Easter Service Program, April 25, 1943 .4 Concert Program, "...by Minidoka Mass Choir" .5 Admission Ticket to Mass Choir, March 11, 1943
1991.057.010 Certificates A: Letter of Credence - Henry Welton Rotz- member of Gautama Consitory (Freemasons) 12/13/52 B: Ticket for 1952 Joint Conferral " C: Ribbon " " " "
1992.022 Article This is a clipped newspaper article announcing a speaking appearance of Wing Luke. Luke is scheduled to discuss the history and social life of Chinese immigrants in Seattle. Newspaper Announces Speaking Appearance
1992.022.043D Flyer Campaign flyer for Wing Luke, who was running for Seattle city councilman. The flyer states his values, vision, education, and experience. The flyer also includes a headshot of Wing Luke. Campaign Flyer for City Councilman
1992.022.071 Card Anouncement card for Wing Luke's law firm. The card is printed in both Chinese and English and lists the address and telephone numbers. He lists one phone number on the Chinese side that is not also on the English side. New Law Firm Announcement Card
1992.022.072A-D Flyer Champaign flyer for Wing Luke, who was running for Seattle city councilman. The flyer states his values, vision, education, and experience. The flyer also includes a headshot of Wing Luke. Champaign Flyer for City Councilman
1992.022.073 Article Newspaper article from The Internatoinal Examiner on Wing Luke's political career. It was written in commemoration of his personal accomplishments and those for Asians Americans in general. The article lists some of the challenges to Luke's politics, like the resistance from segments in Seattle to changing discriminatory housing practices. A photo of Wing Luke with Mayor Braman and three unidentified individuals accompanies the article. Newpaper Article Commemorating Wing Luke
1992.022.075 Article Newspaper article from the Seattle Times by Louis Guzzo on Wing Luke's plan to save Pike Pkace Market. The article praises him for his approach to organizing and preserving the market. The central concern for Guzzo is that the market maintains is function and meaning to the community that it serves. The article includes a headshot of Wing Luke. Also included in the clipping are various entertainment advertisements. Newspaper Article Praising Wing Luke
1992.022.076 Article Employee newsletter called "North Star," the official publication for employees of the Puget Sound Bridge and Dry Dock Company. This item is related to 1992.022.060 and 1992.022.077-83. Employee Newsletter called North Star
1992.022.084A-C Statement Press release on Wing Luke, who was appointed General Chairman of the 19th Annual Cub Scout Clamorama. The statement describes the Clamorama as a fundraising craftfair. Press Relase on 19th Annual Cub Scout Clamorama
1992.022.095b Correspondence Envelope addressed to Wing Luke from the Fire Department Chief (no postmark). Envelope from Fire Department Chief
1992.022.098 Card Postcard from Wing Luke to his family. In his message, he assures them that he will be leaving for Seattle by car immediately. The family lived at 914 James at the time. The image is of Green Lake, WI, "Island and Channel/ American Baptist Assembly," and is the postmark location of the postcard. Postcard from Green Lake
1992.022.140 Correspondence Memo from Dorn [Braman] to Wing Luke. The message reads, "Wing/ Thought you/ might like these. They/ were made by Sgt. Wubbens." Message was written on yellow note paper; bottom left corner is turned up. Memo from Dorn Braman
1992.022.141 Correspondence Memo to Wing Luke that Sgt. Wubbens telephoned and left a package for him. The message was written in pencil on preprinted note-pad "While you were out." Message from Sgt. Wubbens
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