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2011.400.004 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Jaswinder Singh
2011.400.005 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Sam Ung, Dawn Cropp
2011.400.006 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Chet Sidhu
2011.400.007 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Pranee K Halvosen
2011.400.008 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Bea Kiyohara
2011.400.009 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Rachael Yang
2011.400.010 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Peter Buza
2011.400.011 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Jennie Ly
2011.400.012 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Hom Family
2011.500.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Maxine Loo
2011.500.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Chuck Chinn
2011.600.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview for the Takano Exhibit of Tyrus Okada
2011.600.002 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Jane Hino Yamamoto
2011.600.003 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview fo the Takano Studion Exhibition of Yoshiko Mamiya
2011.600.004 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview For the Takano studio exhibit of Hiro Nishimura
2011.600.005 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview for the Takano Studio Exhibit Miyoko Ike
2012.001.003 Program 2 - copies of the official program for the Century 21 Exposition Cover designed by Dan Marr Seattle World's FAir 1962
2012.006.001 Scrapbook Scrapbook Photos, newspaper articles and ephemera of the Hong Wah Kues Chinese American basketball team
2012.007.001 Music, sheet Sheet Music with cover illustration of Asian man pulling a rickshaw with colonialist paddenger Busy Little Rickshaw Boy
2012.008 Booklet Business directory of Washington NorthWest South Asian Buiness Directory 2002-03 For the South Asian community
2012.010.001 Directory Chinese Business Directory Seattle Spokane Tacoma 1962 Stamped on front and back is Kong Sun Co. Chinese Business Directory
2012.011.001 Directory Vietnamese language Directory for Little Saigon in Seattle
2012.012.001 Scrapbook Scrapbook Newspaper articles from January 1913 - 1914 Articles and pictures of discourse on Japanese intermarriage. Articles, pictures and drawings in Japan, Phillipines and American Associations prior to WW I Intermarriage controversy of 1913 AND 1914 in Tacoma and around the the west coast.
2012.014.001 Pacific Advance: Pacific Japanese Provisional Conference, The Methodist Church Pacific Advance
2012.019.001 Oral History Interview Interview with Josel Namkung
2012.019.002 Oral History Interview Interview with Nam Pyo Park, Song Ja Park
2012.019.003 Oral History Interview Interview with Ung Ho Chang
2012.019.004 Oral History Interview Interview with Chun C. butterfield Cha
2012.019.005 Oral History Interview Interview with Kun Hong Park
2012.019.006 Oral History Interview Interview with Samuel S. Chung
2012.019.007 Oral History Interview Intervew with Mel Kang
2012.025.001 Article Trade publication about Taiwan from 1975 Free China 64th Anniversary
2012.025.002 Program Symposium on the relations with US and Taiwan Symposium on the Importance of Taiwan Relations Act and its Prospect
2012.025.003 Program Program of the 1993 Miss Seattle Chinatown Pagent Miss Seattle Chinatown Pagent 1993
2012.025.004 Directory Seattle Chinese Phone Book Seattle Chinese Phone book
2012.031.001 Calendar Calendar Asian American and Pacific Islander Civil Rights
2012.034.001 Program 3 - Programs Pista Na Sayon Seafair Filipino American Community Festival 1991, 1992 Pista Na Sayon
2012.035.001 Filipino Youth Activities of Seattle 2 - copies each of 2 different brochures The Splendor that is Filipino American Filipino Youth Activities Filipino Youth Activities
2012.036 Newsletters Chinese Community Coalition Committee Chinese Community Coalition Committee
2012.05 Article
2012.050.001 Oral History Interview Interview with Rami Arditi
2012.050.002 Oral History Interview Interview with Emma Catague.
2012.050.003 Oral History Interview Interview with David Della
2012.050.004 Oral History Interview Interview with John Foz
2012.050.005 Oral History Interview Interview with Chris Mensalvas
2012.050.006 Oral History Interview Interview with Velma Veloria
2012.050.007 Oral History Interview Interview with Stan Viernes
2012.050.008 Oral History Interview Interview with Kalayaan Domingo
2012.050.009 Oral History Interview Interview with Ligaya Domingo.
2012.050.010 Oral History Interview Interview with Lynn Domingo.
2012.050.011 Oral History Interview Interview with Angel Doniego
2012.050.012 Oral History Interview Interview with Dick and Rosita Farinas.
2012.050.013 Oral History Interview Interview with Rich Gurtiza.
2012.050.014 Oral History Interview Interview with John Hatten
2012.050.015 Oral History Interview Interview with Julia Laranang
2012.050.016 Oral History Interview Interview with Terri Mast
2012.050.017 Oral History Interview Interview with Bruce Occena.
2012.050.018 Oral History Interview Interview with Andy Pascua
2012.050.019 Oral History Interview Interview with Alonzo Suson.
2012.050.020 Oral History Interview Interview with Emily Bronkhorst.
2012.050.021 Oral History Interview Interview with Conan Viernes.
2012.050.022 Oral History Interview Interview with Steve Viernes
2012.050.023 Oral History Interview Interview with Michael Woo
2012.050.024 Oral History Interview Interview with Elaine Ikoma Ko.
2012.050.025 Oral History Interview Interview with Nemesio Domingo.
2012.050.026 Article Porfolio of articles from the Alaskero News concerning many issues of the union workers at the cannneries in Alaska such as their fight for better working conditions, political issues and people in charge of the union, and events happening among the union such as parties, elections, and murders of union workers.
2012.050.027 Article ACW history project timeline compiled by Edward Echtle. Abbreviations on first page. The rest of the article displays timeline starting from 1877 to 2008. 20 pages.
2012.050.028 Article Portfolio of articles from the Committee for Justice. Articles are mainly about the court trials concerning the murders of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, but some articles also talk about events within the committee.
2012.050.029 Article An article by the Seattle Times titled "A Family's Long Search For Justice" by Carlton Smith and Amy Juebelbeck. Article about the slayings of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo. Both were union officers of Cannery Workers Local 37. 7 September 1990.
2012.050.030 Article Article titled, "ILWU Honors Internationalism of Slain Local 37 Officers on 30th Anniversay of Assassinations" Author unknown. Article is about how Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo are honored by IKWU members, community supporters and labor activits at the University of Washington. 13 June, 2011.
2012.050.031 Article Article titled, "NEFCO Goes Under" by Gene Viernes. Talks about the bankruptcy of NEFCO, the New England Fish Company. 1980.
2012.050.032 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Union Aide Alain, 2nd Hurt; LInk to Earlier Killling Probed" by Tomas Guillen and Dave Birkland. Article about the killings of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo and the Seattle police trying to learn if there was a connection between their murders and a shooting death three months prior of an officer in the same union. 2 June 1981.
2012.050.033 Article Seattle P-I article titled, "Tears and Vows at Funeral for Murdered Union Officers" by Wayne Jacobi. Aricle is about the funeral of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo.
2012.050.034 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Hundreds Mourn Slain Union Official" by Tomas Guillen. Article about the memorial service held on June 3rd, 1981 for cannery-union officer Gene Viernes at Hing Hay Park. Four hundred people attended. 4 June 1981.
2012.050.035 Article Ang Katipunan article titled, "In Slayings" by Ben Ocampo. Article states that police had arrested Constantine (Tony) Baruso, president of the Alaska Cannery Workers Union, Local 37 because they found that he was the registered owner of the gun police believed was used in the killings of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo. August 1-15, 1981.
2012.050.036 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Victim's Last Words Stressed to Jury at Cannery-Union Tiral" by Janey Horne. Article about how Silme Domingo's last words before being murdered was stressed in court. Small explanation of Viernes and Domingo's death also included in article. Date unknown.
2012.050.037 Article International Examiner article titled, "Jury convects Ramil and Guloy of Murder" by Sue Chin. Article about how on September 24, 1981, a jury of six men and six women found Jimmy Bulosan Ramil and Pompeyo Benito Guloy guily of killing Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo.7 October 1981.
2012.050.038 Article Los Angeles Times article titled, "Marcos Said to Admit Spying on U.S. Foes: [Home Edition]." Author unknown. Artile about ousted Philippoines President Ferdinand E. marcos has testified that he used four agencies to spy on opposition groups operating in the United States. 16 July 1986.
2012.050.039 Article A Washington Post article titled, "Marcos Held Civily Liable in Two Murders: [Final Edition]." Author unknown. Aritlce about U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein will rule on liability of the other defendeants: Constantine Baruso, former presdient of the Alaska Cannery Workers Union who allegedly paid the murderes and whose gun was used in the killings. 16 December 1989.
2012.050.040 Article Washington Post article titled "Marcos Allies Found Liable in '81 Killings: [Capital Edition]." Author unknown. Article about U.S. District Judge Barbara Rothstein found conclusive evidence that Constantine "Tony" Baruso and Leonilo Malabed drew from a fund established to battle [Ferdinand Marcos] opponents in the United States to arrange the deaths of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes. 14 Jaunuary 1990.
2012.050.041 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Ex-Union Chief Charged in Slayings-- Tony Baruso Was Long a Suspect in 1981 Killing of Two Activists" by Dave Birkland, Dee Norton, and Julie Emery. Article about how Tony Baruso, president of the Alaska Cannery Workers Union in 1981 was arrested in his connections with the slayings of two young men in Seattle in 1981. 6 September 1990.
2012.050.042 Article Seattle Post article titled, "Marcos Link to Slayings Supported Official Says Foes Intimidated: [Final Edition]" by Jack Hopkins. Article about former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos' attempts to silence opposition to his regime became the focus of attention in a Seattle courtroom yesterday as prosecutors sought to show that two Pioneer Square union officials were killed. 26 February 1991.
2012.050.043 Article Seattle Post article titled, "Jury Selection Begins in Trial of Ex-Cannery Union Chief." Author unknown. Article about jury selection began yesterday, February 12, 1991, in the trial of Constantine "Tony" Baruso, who is charged with aggravated first degrere murder in the 1981 shooting deaths in Pioneer Square of two union cannery workers. 13 February 1991.
2012.050.044 Article Seattle Post article titled, "Doctor Denies He Ever Met Baruso Charges of Payoff Money in Cannery Killings Disputed: [Final Edition]" by Jack Hopkiins. Article about prosecutors clain that a San Francisco doctor with close ties to late Philippines Presdient Ferdinand Marcos piad Constantine "Tony" Baruso $15,000 to have two union representatives killed in Seattle nearly a decade ago. 28 February 1991.
2012.050.045 Article Seattle Times article titled, "A Family's Long Search For Justice" by Carlton Smith and Amy Kuebelbeck." This article is about the murder of Gene Viernes and Silme Domingo. 7 September 1990.
2012.050.046 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Baruso Guilty of One Murder-- Former Union Leader's Term Means He Must Serve Life Without Parole" by Barbara A. Serrano. Article about convicting Castantine "Tony" Baruso of plotting the 1981 murder of a fellow union official but acquited him in the slaying of another. 9 March 1991.
2012.050.047 Article Seattle post article titled, "Baruso Sentenced to Life in Prison: [Final Edition]" by Jack Hopkins. Article about Constantine "Tony' Baruso, an important figure in Seattle's Filipino community for many years, was sentenced to life in prison without possibily of release for his role in a double murder at the aPioneer Square union headquarters a decade ago. 20 April 1991.
2012.050.048 Article Washington Post article titled, "Imelda Marcos Ordered to Pay $2 Million in Unionists' Deaths: [Final Edition]. Authors name unknown. Article about Marcos assets have been frozen for five years under a court order pending settlement of a suit filed by the Philippine government that seeks $50 billion in damages from the Marcos family and alleged associates. 21 May 1991.
2012.050.049 Article Los Angeles Times article titled, "Judge OKs Settlement of Suit Against Marcos: [Home Edition]. Author unknown. Article about a Seattle jury initially awarded $15.1 million to the families of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, who were shot to death in 1981. Both men were leaders in the Union of Democratic Filipinos, an anti- [Imelda Marcos] group. 25 May 1991.
2012.050.050 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Oops! Bill May Have Lost Its Ward's Cove Exemption." Author unknown. Article about the following: Much of the fight over the bill has centered on a 1989 Supreme Court decision known as Ward's Cove, which made it more difficult for workers to sue employers in so-called disparate impact cases- where statics show a pattern, even if unintentional, of biased job practices. 1991.
2012.050.051 Article Seattle Times article titled, " Wards Cove-- Some Facts Wrong in Editorial About Alaska Cannery Lawsuit." Author unknown. Article about someone recalling the Wards Cove and correcting some facts and stating their opinion on it. 1992.
2012.050.052 Article Seattle Post article titled, "Hot Potato Cannery Suit Bounces From Courts to Congress: [Final Edition] by Evelyn Iritani. Article about following: [Frank] Peters hopes his four children will someday witness his victory in a class action lawsuit that accuses the Seatle-based Wards Cove Parking Co. of keeping non-whites in racially segregated housing, jobs and cafeterias at its Alaska canneries. 25 May 1992.
2012.050.053 Article Seattle Times article titled, "Clinton Against Exemption for WArds Cove." Author unknown. Article about Presdient Clinton announcing his support for legislation that would end an exemtion to the Civil Rights Act of 1991 which was granted to Seattle-based Wards Cove Packing Co. 1993.
2012.050.054 Article Seattle Post article titled, "Appeals Court Upholds Baruso Murder Conviction: [Final Edition]" by the Seattle Post staff. Article about the state Court of Appeals has upheld the murder convicitons of Constantine "Tony" Baruso who is serving a life sentence without possibility of parole in the slayings of two cannery union officials more than a decade ago. 27 November 1993.
2012.050.055 Article International Examiner article titled, "From I.D. neighborhood paper to Asian American community voice" by Gary Iwamoto. Article about the history of the International Examiner. 14 June 1994.
2012.050.056 Article International Examiner afticle titled, "Activists Strategizing Reaped Benefits for Others" by Robert Shimabukuro. 6 June 1995
2012.050.057 Article International Examiner article titled, "Triumph Over Marcos" by Carina Del Rosario. Discussing the writing of a book of Viernes and Domingo's death. 20 June 1995.
2012.050.058 Article Northwest Asian Weekly article titled, "Cindy Domingo's commitiment ot the community is unswerving in the face of adversity" by Deni Luna. Article about following; Earlier this year, [Cindy Domingo] was at the core of organizing efforts for two local "Every women's Conferences," Last spring, an "Every women's Conference' was held in preparation for the Fourth World Coinference on Women's in Beijing. 5 Jan 1996.
2012.050.059 Article International Examiner article titled, "The Long Journey to justice: A History of the Wards Cove Case" by Melissa Lin. 1 August 2000.
2012.050.060 Article Seattle Times article titled, 'Wards Cove Lawsuit Back in Court Again" by Stuart Eskenazi. Article about following: The U.S. Court of Appeals will hear the fifth appeal tomorrow of a 25-year old civil rights action involving Filipino and Asian American Workers at an Alaskan salmon cannery. 2000.
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