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2009.012.304 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle, Wash. U.S.A B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang letter 1 "Grandfather greetings, Your healthy so well in foreign and many thing need your help.Talk about the Jinshan this thing, I want to know what's your views.Huafa now at home, If this thing has about the financial things, please rewrite as soon as possible.Huafa first find a job, and he send thing if you received. letter2 "Grandfather greating, Hope your body well and everyone in family healthy.I received your letter and the money 50 yuan.School will start at Sep 1, so please post the money to school as soon as possible, avoid influence study. grandson Sun Yunjin Envelope and letter
2009.012.305 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London Co 664 King St. Seattle. Wash. Mr. Huang Jiren From: Huang Yuande Yakima, Wa. B:Letter to Huang Jiren Envelope and letter
2009.012.306 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: Kwong Mun Yuen Co. 93 North Fourth St. Portland, Oregon B: Letter Mr. Shuozhang, I received your letter and I knew everything. Now I send your one Chipi. One hundred Yuan are used of repairing the bed of the pond in our hometown. And these money includes Dezan's one hundred, and Deyuan's one hundred. Huang Deyao
2009.012.307 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: Chang Wah Co., Inc. Inported Dress Goods Oriental & Domestic Merchandise 133 S. EL Dorado St. Stockton, Calif. B: Letter Brother Shuozhang, My father has a carbuncle these days. He still didn't feel better. The doctor said it might be some kidney problem.
2009.012.308 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Jiren W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: B: Letter I received your letter and goods. Huan Jin
2009.012.309 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: Wing Hing Lung 2459 Grant St. Ocden, Utah B: Letter Dear Brother Shuozhang, I received my son's letter said he was graduated and now he wants to go to the US. He intend to take boat to the US, he will be Seattle in 24th. Would you please let someone to pick him up and take care of him. I think you can take him to Jiren, and he could do some help. Thank you!
2009.012.310 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: B: Letter I received your letter and I knew everything. Xichun's Diaolou and Wenge's build owe to brother's good advise. Now Wenge was built up. But others were still not been built. We need to let someone to supervise the construction. If I know any news, I will write to you.
2009.012.311 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: London Co. W. J. London Co. 664 King St. From: Kev Wah Lun 104 Jervois. St. Hong Kong China B: Letter Dear Shuozhang & Jiren, I am safe now, and I arrived at 23rd. Don't be worry about me. I thank you so much! Best Wishes! PS: On the boat, we Chinese American can't carry others things except cash. Qixin 8/23/1927
2009.012.312 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuohzhang & Huang Jiren London Co. B: letter Dear Shuozhang, Brother Mengzhang's carbuncle still not been healed. He ate some medcines but didn't work well. A doctor from Fei city is famous, but he so too busy to stop by our house. It also so many unconvience for us to come to see the doctor. Fuzhang
2009.012.313 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. From: Chang Wah Co., Inc. Inported Dress Goods Oriental & Domestic Merchandise 133 S. EL Dorado St. Stockton, Calif. Summary: The letter talked about the building the pond and going abraod.
2009.012.314 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wash. B: Letter Dear Father, Greetings! We received your letters and your money. Everytime we received your letter we must reply you. But now, our postoffice are so corruptly, some of your letters are lost, we still didn't receive them. Families in home are fine, don't worry about us. Take care of your own health. Best Wishes! Daughter-in-law Huang Hushi
2009.012.315 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang B: Letter Brother Shuozhang,
2009.012.316 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang B: Letters Letter 1 Dear Grandfather, I received your letter and your money. We are fine, don't worry about us. May you healthy! Grandson Guozhen Letter 2 Dear Father, Our families are fine, but father long time didn't send money to us, we almost can't live. Please send money to us. Best Wishes! Son Nanguo Letter 3 Dear Father, We all fine, but I need your money. And I decide the day to marry, please send me the money, so that I can finish my marrige. Son Guoming Letter 4 Uncle Shuozhang, I checked the account Jiren said he sent me the money, next time you could send the money through BaoFeng Co. Nephew Huangyun
2009.012.317 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wa. From: Duck On Jan Co. 917 China Alley, Fresno, Cal. B: Letter Brother Shuozhang, I received your letter and I knew everything. Tongjing restaurant was closed down, so we changed this restaurant to a gambleing house. But the business was not so good. If we have any news, I will write to you.
2009.012.318 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Fuzhang & Qinxian Kwong Mon Yuen Co. 701 King Street Seattle Wa. From: Sun KwongTung Company Offices 262 Pender Street East Vancouver, B. C. Canada B: Letter These are the recipts of your share part in my company. I am so thankful you became our company's new shareholder. Thanks!
2009.012.319 Letter Letter A: Envelop TO: Huang Shuozhang W. J. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle Wa. From: The Mandarin Cafe 515-17 Fourth street Sioux City, Iowa B: Letter
2009.012.320 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London Co. 664 King St. Seattle, Wash. U.S.A. B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang lette 1 "Shuozhang, greetings, Now everyone in family are all well, please don't worry about us. Just you are in foreigh, must care for the keep warm and food.Hope your business become better and better and all relatives are all well and our property increase much more faster.From last fall, I have sent 10 letters, you rewritted not received all, don't know where is wrong.Yesterday, brother Qirui went home with the goods and money.As Qirui said you instruct him Yulong's business closing a lot of days what's next step to do.Yesterday as your words, want to received Yulong's store and trade it.Now our family talk about this thing, want to do but also need three years and 3000 yuan.This is Yulong's business last trade.I have asked Uncle Bozhang, he will send money.Make sure our family do this thing together and now the rooms are all prepared just less some wood windows.It has three month not received the letters about Bozhang.Ruijin is 13 and a adult. He in outside has his own view, now most let him go avoid the years long.Please rewrite as soon as possible. Situ Letter 2 "Shuozhang, greeting! Now everyone in family are all well, please don't worry about us.Just you in foreigh, must care for the keep warm and food.Hope your business become better and better and all relatives are all well and our property increase much more faster.You and I open the company, the all things have down well.This room machine has accomplish nearly 70%.Seem your letter ask the fees, please let me next month send the receipt to you.You also want to get the Yulong's store, this store's position very good, every year all has some surplus, but they want to go back home.The day before yesterday he also tell me want to continute.Your letter use red mud must very wet, so I use your word , now in red mud as the last boundary.Use brick build earth,other all as your words.He alsosaed, last three month may has letter ask my brother.Ruijin just 13 years old, when he do things please careful, and let he come hear help the difficults in family as soon as possible.Now nearly fall, the crops is empty.The prices of everything.If you see the letter, please let him back right now.Thank you. Baocheng, Bozhang Envelope and letter
2009.012.321 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to London Co. 664 King St Seattle. Wash. From: Cleverland, Oh. B:Letter to Huang Jiren "Jiren brother, greeting! As arrived Seattle, I just deal with the thing that divorce with the girl until yesterday.In all pay 1000 yuan, yesterday had made a deal with them.This result and other details I will talk with you face to face.Now my business stable, brother wants to go back China many times.So I want to go with him, open the store and let family here.Then prepare to set off is well, if everything well, I will take ship in Oct and back in Fer in next year.If you could go together with me is well.Other things we will talk about in later days. brother Qiongyan Envelope and letter
2009.012.322 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London Co. 664 King Street, Seattle, Washington. From Chang Wah Co. 133 S. EL Dorado St. Stockton, California. B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang, Huang Jiren "Zhu Chengzhang arrived at 7th and everything is well, don't worry.But from the goods in him and the money, he just via Seattle and not want to make business.Please now tell clearly this things,as you said he come to U.S.A, need the lamp is 12 or 9 cun, you didn't say clearly and let Chengzhang take it.If you received, please rewrite. Fuzhang Envelope and letter
2009.012.323 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London Co 664 King St. Seattle, Wash. From: 219 & Front Yaking, Wa. B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang "Father, greeting I received the letter and now have not time, just hope to delay some days, I could deal with many things well. Envelope and letter
2009.012.324 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.J. London Co. 664 King St, Seattle, Wash B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang Envelope and letter
2009.012.325 Letter Letter A:Letter to Huang Jiren "Jiren brother, Now I have a difficulty in finance, it is hard to afford the family.I hope you could give a help, borrow me 1000 yuan.Please post as soon as possible, let me solve the problem.I am now really very hard, don't refuse me. Qirui Letter
2009.012.326 Letter Envelope and letter A:Envelope to w.g. London 664 King St. Seattle Wash. B:Letter to Huang Shuozhang Dear Brother Shuozhang, I received your letter and I knew everything. Yesterday I also received the letter from Shisheng, he said my son will come to the US by boat in March 17th. But I don't think he is already came. Beacuse I don't knew the policy of the customs, and I sent him the passport. After I sent the passport to him, I knew that if someone wants to come the US, he must have witness. So I sent him another letter to tell him don't come to the US now. That the reasom why I don't think he is been here now. But if he comes, I hope you can let him pass the customs without witness. If it works, please send me a letter, also let Shisheng to tell my son to come. Brother Zuofu Envelope and letter
2009.012.327 Letter Letter A: Letter from Guangdong Peiying Middle School B: Letter to Huang Shuozhang Uncle Shuozhang Greetings, I Have a friend named Liang Shouxin. He graduated from Ling Nan University. He was a teacher at Chinese American School and a secretary of Second army general headquarters. He is a really nice guy. And now, he will come to US and study in University of Washington. But his family is pool. I always hear my uncle is enthusiastic in education and always help younger generations. So I hope that you can give a opportunity for him. Huang Baiyan
2009.012.328 Letter Letter A: Envelop To: Huang Jiren B: Letter Brother Jiren, I arrived at China safely. I paid the money and arrange your wife as you told. I keep the five hundred Yuan you gave me. There are so many changes during the time I was in the US. Everywhere was dilapidated house. Lots of stores were broken down. Brother Qixin
2009.018.003 Article Newspaper articles Filipino efforts in WW II
2009.018.004 Newspaper Freedom Newspaper Freedom
2009.018.005 Cartoon Color illustration Norwegian publication Illustration of bear, Lion and a Chinese man in Qing gown. Freden i Osten
2009.018.006 Cartoon Political cartoon from Scandiavian magazine Enighed gjor staerk
2009.018.007 Cartoon Punch magazine Illustration of Chinese Qing official with a painting of a dragon with a European face, titled :The White Peril" Caption: China has threatened to break off relations with the German Government on Acount of its barbarity. It will be recalled that the Kaiser once designed an allegorical picture entitled "The yellow Peril" Retort Celestial
2009.018.008 Cartoon Punch magazine illustration of woman representing Australia keeping a door closed with a man drawn to be Chinese with long queue. Caption: Mrs. Australia (to John Chinaman) "I've had quite enough of you! "No Admittance,' - not even on business" Outside Sir! Outside!
2009.018.009 Cartoon Punch illustration of man flaying a Chinese man with a whip. Caption: Mr. Punch, "Give it him well, Pam. while you are about it" A Lesson to John Chinaman
2009.018.010 Poem satirical recreation of American Nursery Rhyme - Simple Simon met a Pieman. The "Irrepressible Chinee"
2009.018.011 Cartoon Punch illustation of European man opening the door of freedom to a Chinese laborer. Caption: "My Poor Down-Trodden Brother, you are No Longer a Slave - Oh Please, Sir, Anything But That! I will Be Good If you will Only Let Me Stop! The Bogey of Freedom
2009.018.012 Cartoon Punch illustration of Lord Elgin holding a cannon ball and a Qing Chinese Emperor confronting him. Caption: "Come, knuckle Down! No Cheating this Time!" New Elgin Marbles
2009.018.013 Cartoon Punch illustration of Farmer Bull on a horse with a Chinese merchant. Caption: You Stick with Me, Johnnie. We'll Go to Market Together, And I'll See That No One 'Bests" You!" Giving Him A Lift
2009.018.014 Cartoon Punch illustration of men at a card table. European powers and the Chinese. Caption: "Chinaman. 'Who Wanchee Buy Dis Piecee Sixteen Million Cardee? No Speakee Allee Same Time!!" A Game of Speculation
2009.018.015 Cartoon Punch illustration of 2 Europeans looking at Chinese committing attrocities. Caption: "What Can you Say for yoru Friends Now, Richard?"
2009.018.016 Cartoon Gross characature of the Chinese ambassador to the young Queen Victoria The Presentation of the Chinese Ambassador
2009.018.017 Cartoon Illustration of police officer talking to a Chinese man at an entry. Caption: "Policeman: 'Ullo! What are you doing here? Is the cook in?' Chinaman: 'Me am cookey'" The Impending Chinaman
2009.018.018 Cartoon Illustration with Chinese representative in the center and a British and Russian offering loans. "The anxious Cit Each Invitation Views, and Ponders Which to take and which to refuse, From this or that to stay away is loth, And sighs to think he cannot dine at Both" Embarras de Richesse
2009.018.019 Cartoon Illustration with Chinese man facing east and a black man facing west. The post at center indicates west and east. Suitcase reads, "A. Freedman from bull-dozed state. U.S.". Caption of the cartoon reads, "Difficult problems solving themselves". Difficult Problems Solving Themselves
2009.018.020 Cartoon Illustration with a man at center, kicking off a Chinese man. The block that he stands on reads, "Equal rights to all men. The corner-stone of our republic". WIthin the cartoon, two quotes by Joaquin Miller are written on each side of the man at center.The caption of cartoon reads, "Blaine Language."
2009.018.021 Cartoon An illustration of a man coming out of a large funnel reading United States holding a "anti-chinese bill". A Chinese male figure sits at right under an umbrella, smiling at the man down below. The caption of cartoon reads, "Ah sin was his name".
2009.018.022 Cartoon At left block, a man with hat holds out a scroll that reads "U.S. Demand upon China" from the ship. A Chinese man looks intently at the scroll from a distance. At right block, a Chinese man holds a scroll reading, "China's in denmities" at his right hand and a fan in his left hand. The man with hat bends over and points at the Chinese man. The caption of cartoon reads, "If we were enough of a nation to demand - we ought to be enough of a nation now to to pay".
2009.018.023 Cartoon An illustration of a woman holding a sword in one hand and a scale in the other. On the scale, a Chinese man is lying down on one end and a soldier-looking man hangs at the opposite end. A scene of battle illustrates the background. Caption of cartoon reads. "Justice for the Chinese".
2009.018.024 Cartoon An illustration of two Chinese men on each side of a white male at center, wearing a hat and covering his ears. The Chinese man at left is holding up a bell and the Chinese man at right is holding up a pan and spoon. The caption of cartoon reads, "The masquerading telephone puzzle".
2009.018.025 Cartoon At right, a Chinese man stands out of a box as to imitate a pop out doll of some sort. The box reads, "For California direct". The caption of cartoon reads, "A Chinese puzzle".
2009.018.026 Cartoon A Chinese male figure, dressed in western clothing holds a cane and seems as though he is dancing. The caption of cartoon reads, "How the Chinaman might gain favor".
2009.018.027 Cartoon At left block, a talk white man stands at center looking angry. At the figure's left, a black male sits against a shed and at the figures right a Chinese man with an umbrella. The caption of cartoon reads, "Hard to please the 'White Trash'". At right block, a Russian male figure sits on top of the Chinese man, holding a gun on one hand and a ripped Chinese flag on the other. The caption for cartoon reads, "Now, then, Mr. New Moon, we are in a good position to talk about peace".
2009.018.028 Cartoon A Chinese male figure is holding up a baseball bat. In front of him, a paper announcing, "Wanted, Chinamen to play baseball". The caption of cartoon reads, "Another field of American industry invaded by the Chinese".
2009.018.029 Cartoon Two Chinese figures stand to the left side of picture frame with a scene of battle as their background. The caption of cartoon reads, "The Chinese puzzled".
2009.018.030 Cartoon At center, the figure that represents uncle Sam and a Chinese man comes through the door, hugging. The caption of cartoon reads, "Me and China".
2009.018.031 Cartoon A Chinese male figure sits in a barber chair. The caption of cartoon reads, "Hard to Classify".
2009.018.032 Cartoon A Chinese man and a native Indian man stands at center. The caption reads, "every dog has his day".
2009.018.033 Cartoon A grid of Chinese characters, titled "Chinese Blues" by Moore and Gardner. Cover of music.
2009.018.034 Cartoon On left box, a white male stands angrily as the caption reads, "hard to please the 'white trash'". On right box, a Russian soldier sits on a Chinese man saying "now, then, mr. new moon, we are in a good position to talk about peace".
2009.018.035 Cartoon A Chinese male head-comet flies throug the night sky with a tail stating "cheap labor". The caption reads, "the new comet- a phenomenon now visible in all parts of the united states".
2009.018.036 Cartoon A Chinese male holds a model of a train, exhibiting a suitcase named "U.S. commercial expansionist" to a group of white men, all wearing a tag on their hat indicating which European country they are representing. the caption reads, "a fair field and no favor! uncle sam: 'i'm out for commerce, not conquest!'".
2009.018.037 Cartoon At top, an illustration of a group of working Chinese men and on botton, Chinese workers in bunk beds. Caption at top reads, "the avant-couriers of the coming man, chinamen in the bottomers' room in sapson's factory, at north adams, massachusetts, being instructed in the art of making shoes from a sketch by our special artist." Caption at bottom reads, "the avant-couriers of the coming man - the sleeping quarters of the chinese workman, in sampson's shoe manufactory, at north adams, massachusetts from a sketch by our special artist."
2009.018.038 Cartoon A figure of a heroine points at a Chinese man-headed monster that climbs over a wall towards the civilian town. Caption reads, "the first duty".
2009.018.039 Cartoon A white figure holds out a sign that reads, "an act to exclude Chinese from the United States". A Chinese male holds out a sign that reads, "an act to exclude U.S. goods from china". caption below reads, "tit for tat"
2009.018.040 Cartoon A male figure pulls out a sign that reads 'bill excluding chinese for 10 years' to three headed dog creature titled ' western vote'. caption reads, "a sop to cerberus".
2009.018.041 Cartoon A Chinese figure and a white figure sits back to back, each holding a scroll. caption reads, "keeping account".
2009.018.042 Cartoon A white male hold a man in each of his hands - at right, a Chinese man and at left a barbaric looking man. caption reads, "the coming man- john chinaman".
2009.018.043 Cartoon a white male holds out his head through a metal door that has a sign that reads 'chinese exclusion'. a chinese man is introducing aother man. caption reads, 'trying to bunco uncle sam!"
2009.018.044 Cartoon two white men hold up an american flag attacking a group of chinese soldiers holding up swords and pickets. caption reads, "is this imperialism?".
2009.018.045 Cartoon A Chinese man with glasses are floating off red ships with tags on each of them as the fireworks in the sky spell out "freedom". caption reads, 'from the oldest to the youngest nation'.
2009.018.046 Cartoon A group of migrating chinese are getting shot at by a group of westerners in the distance. caption reads, 'the massacre of the chinese at rock springs, wyoming".
2009.018.047 Cartoon An illustration of a riot. caption reads, 'the anti chinese riot at seattle, washington territory'.
2009.018.048 Cartoon a chinese man dances in front of a scroll titled 'convention' on fire. two westerners watch in the background. caption reads, 'the 'irrepressible chinee'!".
2009.018.049 Cartoon a female goddess-like figure sypathetically puts her hand on a crying chinese man and looks over her shoulder as to scold the group of white men with guns. caption reads, 'the chinese question".
2009.018.050 Cartoon a man stands over a broken panel holding a gun. caption reads, 'triumph ber demagogie im congrek".
2009.018.051 Cartoon a white man pulls on the chinese man's hair who desperately clings onto the poll. caption reads, 'fated to be free'.
2009.018.052 Cartoon an illustration of a man and a woman. caption reads, 'his first christmas in hawaii'.
2009.019.001 Document
2009.023.002 Magazine Filipino American magazine Mabuhay
2009.024.001 Notice Paper notice rescinding the evacuation order for Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Public Proclamation #24
2009.027.001 Newspaper Article and photo on Wing Luke "Letter from Wing Luke Tells of Army Experience" Roosevelt News
2009.027.002 Newspaper Newspaper article on Wing Luke "Luke Lacks Luck, Legislation" Roosevelt News
2009.027.003 Newspaper Newspaper photo of Wing Luke "Bond Proposal Rejected" Roosevelt News
2009.027.004 Newspaper Newspaper article on Wing Luke "Student Leaders Discuss Seattle Youth Problems" Roosevelt News
2009.027.005 Newspaper Newspaper photo of Wing Luke "Wing Luke ASR President ..." Roosevelt News
2009.027.006 Newspaper Article and photo opf Wing Luke "Luke Heads All City Council" Roosevelt News
2009.027.007 Newspaper Newspaper headline on Wing Luke "Wing Luke Elected as ASR President" Roosevelt News
2009.028.001 Diary Diary of a picture bride Translation from the Japanese of chapter 23 of Hokubei Hyakunen Zakura: Volume 2. Toku Machida came to American in 1912 to marry Yoshitomi Shimomura in Seattle Washington Diary is of her journey to the US. Onboard Diary of the Picture Bride, the Hokubei Hyakunen Zakura
2009.029.001 Documents Information on Chan Ching Hock (Chin Chun Hock)
2009.030.001 Poster Poster Asian American play Sex In Seattle Performed by Serin Ngai, Chole Ahn, Kathy Hsieh, Colleen Parker. Signed by the actors and director. Sex in Seattle Episode 2, Other Women
2009.200.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Joanne Alcantara
2009.200.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Mala Nagarajan and Vega Subramanian
2009.200.003 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Vijou Bryant
2009.200.004 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Darius Morrison
2009.200.005 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Nhan Thai
2009.200.006 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Gary Tang
2009.200.007 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview George Cheung
2009.200.008 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Vivek Manchanda
2009.200.009 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Jeff Sakuma
2009.200.010 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Anne Xuan Clark & Janet SooHoo
2009.300.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Joseph Park and Thuy Van Vu Joseph Park, Thuy VAn Vu
2009.300.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Patti Warashina and Saya Morayasu
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