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2014.007.062 Document Photocopy of document. Stamped with seal reading: "Luk Hoi Tong Co, Ltd., Hong Kong" (Luk Hoi Tong is a real estate developemtn company founded in 1926 based in Hong Kong).
2014.007.063 Documents Property permits, documents, and blueprint: Blueprint for a play yard and alley way on 8th Ave S in Seattle, Washington. Sealed with stamp reading, "Banjamin Woo 1950 Licensed Architect". Owner of property: Chong Wah Benevolent Association. Collections notice for Arthur King. Tax commission of Washington notice for failed tax payment in 1941. Business License tax forms for Canton Garden Cafe, 1944. Membership list for the Chinese Benevolent Association in 1954 and 1955. Written names in Chinese.
2014.008.001 Poster Poster Lunar New Year 2014 Lunar New Year
2014.012.001 Directory Directory Society of Chinese Engineers of Seattle Seattle Chinese Women's Club
2014.013.003 Poem An excerpt from published poems of Toyozo Sakura In Kanji and English Waka Poems
2014.014.001 Booklet Booklet 1971 Church members 1042 S. Weller St. Seattle Nichiren Buddhist Church
2014.014.002 Booklet Booklet 50th Annivesary history of the Seattle Nichiren Buddhist Church Fiftieth Anniversary Seattle Nichiren Buddhist Church
2014.017.002 Document Documents Army of the United States Discharge documents French Wall of Liberty certificate of Registration. Presidential letters of recognition from Bush and Clinton. Discharge
2014.018.001 Book Favorite Memories/ Magical Moments Chinese Heritage Tour 2010
2014.019.002 Poster Poster Color poster for the film Chan Is Missing is a 1982 film directed by Wayne Wang, which tells the story of two taxi drivers searching the streets of San Francisco's Chinatown for the man who ran off with their money. It stars Wood Moy, Marc Hayashi and Laureen Chew.[2] The movie was written by Isaac Cronin and Wayne Wang, directed by Wang and dedicated to Wong Cheen (or Wong Ch'ien or Hwang Qian). It is one of the first major American film productions in which Chinese Americans are portrayed in a realistic fashion, using many non-actors, in contrast with other films in which Chinese and Chinese Americans are portrayed in predictable and limited roles based on stereotypes. The movie is considered a seminal work of Asian American Cinema.[3] The song playing at the beginning of the movie is by Sam Hui. Its Mandarin Chinese name is Jia Jia Re Chao. Chan is Missing
2014.021.014 Tape, cassette residence of Yuri Kochiyama Yuri Kochiyama
2014.027.002 Article Vol. 1 - #29 (12/25/1942) Vol. 2 - #1, 2, 3, 13 (1/2, 1/6, 1/9, 2/10/1943) Minidoka Irrigator
2014.027.003 Correspondence 1 envelope and 1 blank sheet with letterhead each from Hotel Ogden and The Cutter Hotel Envelope and Stationery
2014.027.004 Article Commencement program for the Class of 1945 of Hunt High School, entitled "Tomorrow is Ours." Hand-drawn map on back cover. Tomorrow is Ours
2014.027.005 Article A quarterly publication detailing the beet industry, covers the contributions of Japanese Americans at beet farms. The Sugar Beet: The Root of Success
2014.028.001 Records Ledger/dictionary of Look Ham.
2014.028.002 Records Look Ham and Chin See immigration applications and hearing records.
2014.028.003 Records Look Ham's United States re-entry applications, including interviews and testimonies. US Re-Entry Documents
2014.028.004 Records Chin Shee's United States re-entry applications, including interviews and testimonies. US Re-Entry Documents
2014.032.001 Manuscript Questions and Activities Student's Workbook "The New Year in Laos" by Emilio R. Castillo, Somsy Vongsakdy, and Kham Phou Chanthaseny The New Year in Laos Student's Workbook
2014.032.002 Manuscript A Job Hunter's Guide to the PRC by Betty Lau A Job Hunter's Guide to the PRC
2014.032.003 Manuscript Introductory Traditional Chinese Regional Cuisine by Esther Chen Introductory Traditional Chinese Regional Cuisine
2014.036.001 Exhibition Material Exhibition Text Panels Grit: Asian Pacific Pioneers Across the Northwest
2014.036.002 map The 2014 Large Scale Road Atlas
2014.036.003 Articles Vol. 5 No. 2 "Visitors from Vietnam" Spring 1975 Vol. 5 No. 3 "Action Summer" Summer 1975 o.d.
2014.036.004 Map Dixon Entrance to Chatham Strait (Alaska)
2014.036.005 Correspondence Inventory of early pioneer supplies Inventory Cookhouse Supplies
2014.036.006 Blueprint Approach, Basement, First, Second, Third, Fourth floor plans INS Building Blueprint
2014.036.007 Correspondence Jim Akagi "My First Experience in a War" Dec. 28, 1942 Tom Fukuyama "On December 7" Mits Kawaohi "My Experiences During the First Year of the War" Dec. 28, 1942 Aiko Kawaguchi "Remember Pearl Habor" Dec. 30 1942 Shuso Kumata "How Our Life has Changed in a Year" Jan. 3, 1943 Ester Mizukami "Since December 7, 1941" Roy Mukai (no title)
2014.036.008 Correspondence Wrangell Hotel, Wrangell, Alaska, Nov. 16, 1908. Testimonies by: Captain Erwin Farrer of Hattix Gage Captain Patrick Hamilton of Kayak W.E. Bruce William M. Taylor Allen Claire Snyder Alf Olsen
2014.036.009 Correspondence Wrangell Hotel, Wrangell, Alaska. Testimonies by: A.K. Rastad (Nov. 16, 1908) Patrick Loftus (Nov. 19, 1908) Walter Neils (Nov. 19, 1908) Frank Uberwimer (Nov. 21, 1908) James Kennedy (Nov. 22, 1908) Fred Morgansen (Nov. 22, 1908) J.R. Heckman (Nov. 22, 1908) Erwin Farrer (Nov. 22, 1908)
2014.038 Document Archives, photographs and documents of Anne and Franklin C. Chiu. Franklin Chiu was born in Chong Qing China in 1917. He was in the diplomatic Corps in the Kuo Min Tang during the early 1940s. After 1945 he went to the US to work in one of the consulates and remained in the US after the Chinese Communists took control of the mainland of China. He then ran a small business.
2014.039.001 Journal Journal Milwaukee Hotel Firewatch 1978 Milwaukee Hotel Firewatch
2014.041.001 Menu Fortuna CAfe Paper menu 711 S. King st. Fortuna Cafe
2014.041.002 Menu The China Gate takeout menu 516 7th Ave S The China Gate
2014.041.003 Menu Four Seas Restaurant Four Seas Restaurant and Tai Tung Delivery Service 714 South King St Four Seas Restaurant
2014.041.004 Menu Vegetarian Bistro and Healthy Vegetasia 668 S King St Vegetarian Bistro
2014.041.005 Menu Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant Take out menu 628 S. Weller St Hing Loon
2014.041.006 Menu Ho Ho Seafood Restaurant take out menu Ho Ho Seafood restaurant
2014.041.007 Menu Menu Hon's Restaurant Chinese and Vietnamese 416 5th Ave South Hon's Restaurant
2014.041.008 Menu Menu Mike's Noodle House 418 Maynard Ave S Seattle
2014.041.009 Menu Menu Honey Court Seafood Restaurant 516 Maynard Ave S Seattle
2014.041.010 Menu Menu House of Hong Chinese Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge 409 Eighth Ave S Seattle
2014.041.011 Menu Menu Saigon Dynasty Traditional Vietnemse and Chinese Restaurant 6030 Martin Luther King Jr. Way So.
2014.041.012 Menu Menu Shanghai Garden 524 6th Ave South
2014.041.013 Menu Menu Sun Ya Seafood Chinese Restaurant 605 7th Ave South
2014.041.014 Menu Menu Tai Tung Restaurant 655 South King St
2014.041.015 Menu Menu V Garden Seafood Restaurant 310 4th Ave South
2014.041.016 Menu Menu Wing Wah BBQ & Noodle House 668 South Weller St.
2014.041.017 Menu Menu Bush Garden
2014.041.018 Menu Menu Tropics Thai Cuisine and More 606 S Weller St
2014.041.019 Menu Menu Mi La Cay Restaurant 718 Rainier Ave S
2014.041.020 Menu Menu Minh's Restaurant 7101 Martin Luther King Way Suite 112
2014.041.021 Menu Menu Malay Satay Hut
2014.200.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview Lead Pencil Studio Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo Annie Han Daniel Mihalyo
2015.005.001 Periodical A publication of the American Afro-Asian Educational Exchange. Featured article is titled, "Sino-Soviet Split?" Discusses the relationship between China and the Soviet Union, and whether or not disagreements are actually beneficial to captalist countries. Free Afro-Asia, No. 1
2015.005.002 Article Newspaper article written by Emmett Watson discussing Wing Luke's early years in politics. Wing Luke: Anomaly In Seattle Politics
2015.005.003 Correspondence Biological sketch of Wing Luke for Seattle City Council. Outline includes backgrounds in education, military, and business as well as civic activities. Wing Luke Biographical Sketch
2015.005.004 Article Washington Teamster article. January 10, 1963. Stinson - Mr. No of the 7th
2015.005.005 Letter Letter to Wing Luke from Guy F. dated February 13, 1964.
2015.005.006 Letter Letter to Guy F. Smith from Wing Luke dated May 23, 1963.
2015.005.007 Letter Letter to Guy F Smith from Wing Luke dated January 21, 1964 discussing his plans to campain for the Wawona, a sailing ship, to be preserved as a floating historical maritime museum.
2015.005.008 Article Seattle Times article written by Wayne Jacobe dated January 16, 1961 discussing Wing Luke's campain to preserve the Wawona as a historic maritime museum. Fund to Save Old Schooner Sought
2015.005.009 Correspondence Personal correspondence from a Congressman.
2015.008.032 Toy Cutout Dressing book Cutout dressing cards Japanese cutout paper doll fashions
2015.009.013 Basket Baskets 2 - winnowing baskets.
2015.009.054 Drawing, Architectural Floor plans and copy of blue prints for the Mar house at 4300 S. Snoqualmie St
2015.011.001 Invoice Cashier's Check from Seattle First National Bank, bought by Fung Oi Mark and paid out to Mak Lup Ko. Cashier's Check
2015.011.002 Card Business card for Mark Bing Ying, of the Everett Steamship Corporation, S/A, of Hong Kong. Business Card
2015.011.004 Invoice Visa petition for the Mark family, sent to American Consulate General, dated 18 Oct. 1972. Visa Petition
2015.011.005 Invoice Receipts for mailing office, dated: - 27 Apr. 1972 - 19 Oct. 1972 - 13 Dec. 1972 - 17 Jan 1973 Receipt
2015.011.006 Card Orange card with red writing. On the back is a 6x2 grid and 3 listed steps Card
2015.011.007 Correspondence Small pamphlet with a green-ish tint. Inside on the bottom left is a photo of a man. Personal Info
2015.011.008 Correspondence Small card, inside is a photo of a man and a bright, leaked, red stamp. Back has 4 steps listed. Identification Card
2015.014.001 Newsletter Newsletters James Y. Sakamoto Memorial Fund Courier Legacy Newsletter, Vol. I - Vol. 3 Courier Legacy
2015.017.001 Pamphlet Pamphlet arguing not to let Japanese Americans return to the West Coast. Evidence of Disloyalty of American-Born Japanese
2015.020.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Patrick H. Abe of the 7th Avenue Service Garage Pat Abe
2015.020.003 DVD Photograph of Patrick Abe and the 7th Ave Services Garage 7th Ave Services
2015.026.001 Article Newspaper Articles Seattle Times and other newspapers Wing Luke Museum Opening Chinese American New Year observations
2015.027.001 Newsletter Newsletters Seattle Chinese Community Newsletter Vol. I, No 11; Vol V No. 11
2015.032.001 Program Banquet Program Chronicle Crunch for Torch, Roosevelt's scholastic honorary, March 4, 1943 Wing Luke is co-Chairman of the Banquet Committee Chronicle Crunch
2015.040.001 Document American Mail Line Crew Pass SS President Madison Date 07/15/1932 Crew Pass
2015.040.002 Certificate Registration Certificate of the US Selective Service Proclamation for Men Sen Wong Registration Certificate
2015.040.003 Certificate Chinese Certificate of Registration Certificate of Registration
2015.040.004 Book, Ration War Ration Book One War Ration Book One
2015.040.005 Application Application for War Ration Book No. 3 Application for War Ration Book No. 3
2015.040.006 Document Application of Wong Men Sen to have his brother Wong Men Sing admitted to the US as a US citizen.
2015.040.007 Bill-of-sale Bill of Sale for the Twenty First Avenue Market by Men Sen Wong from Peter N. Wong
2015.040.008 Contract Escrow
2015.040.009 Document Escrow Instructions
2015.040.010 Letter Letter From Bing Kong Benevolent Association, HQ San Francisco CA Bing Kong Benevolent Association
2015.041.001 Card, Business Card, Business International District Emergency Center Signed by Donnie Chin International District Emergency Center
2015.042.001 Article Memorial Day Parade photograh features Cathay Post #186 Memorial Day Parade
2015.042.002 Article John Reddin's column Faces of the City feature Cathay Post Legionnaires and the memorial for WW II Chinese Americans killed in that war. Chinatown Doesn't Forget
2015.042.003 Article Photo and story on the Cathay Post Christmas Party for approximatly 300 children at the Chong Wa Hall. cathay Post Xmas Party
2015.042.004 Article News of events on Veterans Day celebration of1969 David King of Cathay Post 186 will place the wreath. Veterans Day Salutes
2015.042.005 Article Article on the Cathay Post in the Washington State Legionnaire. Cathay Post Hosts Parade Services
2015.042.006 Article Photo of Kay Toda and Bill Chin presenting Susan Wong with the 1968 Cathay Post Annual Scholarship Cathay Post maked Award
2015.042.007 Article Photo and article on the Chinese American war dead memorial at teh Chong Wa playfield one day prior ot that years Memorial Day ceremony. Cathay Post
2015.042.008 Program American Legion Cathay Post 186 Memorial Day Ceremony at Hing Hay Park May 28, 2012 Memorial Day Ceremony
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