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2013.033.049 Records Drafts of the book, The International District Condition. Stating the fears that the International District was becoming a "decaying slum". The International District Condition
2013.033.050 Records Study of the definition of an "underserved" population. Recommendations to better serve the needs of Asian/Pacific Islanders. Department of Social and Health Services breifing on Asian/Pacific Initiative. Minority Affairs Initiative. Asian/Pacific Initiative
2013.033.051 Booklet Seattle entertainment booklet featuring the arts, sightseeing, and restaraunts. History article of Pioneer Square. Seattle Guide: This Week's Scene in Seattle
2013.033.055 Records Collection of newsarticles from 1899-1949 related to Chinese immigrants in the Seattle area. Collection of Newsarticles related to Chinese Immigration
2013.033.057 Records Handwritten notes on Seattle Waterfront History. Notes on Seattle Waterfront History
2013.033.080 Records Collection of articles related to Chinatowns in the U.S. Article "American Chinatown: A People's History of Five Neighborhoods" by Bonnie Tsui, "Chinese Vancouver: A Decade of Change", "The Mullberry Street Neighborhood". American Chinatown Articles
2013.033.082 Records Handwritten notes on history of Chinese immigrants to Washington. Notes
2013.033.084 Records Draft copies of books. Books all outline the history of Chinese immigration to Washington State. Drafts of "The Chinese in Seattle: Portraits of the First 100 Years" Drafts of "The Settlement and Diffusion of theChinese Community in Seattle, Washington"
2013.033.088 Records Draft of book containing a historical overview of Chinese immigration in Washington State. Attached are handwritten notes and research from writing the book. Draft of "Chinese American Portraits: Stories from Washington State"
2013.033.091 Report Handwritten notes in a notebook about the history of Chinese in Seattle. Research, quotes from books, draft paragraphs. Notes
2013.033.119 Notes Handwritten notes by Doug Chin on book "Northwest Passage: The Great Columbia River" by William Dietrich, 1995. Notes on sections about anti-Chinese sentiment. Includes list by Doug Chin of Chinese associations in Washington. Notes on book "Northwest Passage: The Great Columbia River" by William Dietrich, 1995
2013.033.120 Notes Typed and handwritten notes by Doug Chin about anti-Chinese sentiment in Seattle and on the book "Chinese Village in Chelan Falls Steele". Notes by Doug Chin
2013.033.127 Records Timeline of Chinese in Washington events from 1789 to 2012. Chinese in Washington Timeline
2013.036.001 Proclamation National PArk Service Affiliation documents Proclamation Talking points Program Affiliation
2013.038.001 Document Cathay Post #186 History Book research Production and Blueline proof Cathay Post History
2013.200.001 oral history interview Oral history interview with Gerard Tsutakawa
2013.200.002 oral history interview Oral history interview with Diem Chau
2013.200.003 oral history interview Oral history interview with Saya Moriyasu
2013.200.004 oral history interview Oral history interview with Ronald Ho
2013.200.005 oral history interview Oral history interview with Stewart Wong
2013.200.006 oral history interview Oral history interview with Susie Kozawa
2013.200.007 oral history interview Oral History interview with Erin Shie Palmer
2013.200.008 oral history interview Oral history interview with Susie Lee
2013.200.009 oral history interview Oral history interview with Cheryll Leo-Gwin
2013.200.010 oral history interview Oral history interview with Ronald Ho and Stewart Wong
2013.300.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Zenwa Shimabukuro and Nicholas Kaman
2013.400.001 oral history interview Fashion: From Workroom to Runway Andy South
2013.400.002 oral history interview Fashion: From Workroom to Runway Banchong Douangphrachanh
2013.400.003 oral history interview
2013.400.004 oral history interview
2013.400.005 oral history interview
2013.400.006 Oral History Interview Fashion: From Workroom to Runway
2013.500.001 oral history interview Oral History interview with Moy On Chin
2013.600.001 Oral History Interview Oral History Interview with Ken Prichard Oral History Interview with Ken Prichard
2014.004.001 Scrapbook Clippings from English language papers on China in 1938 Crew member of the USS Augusta
2014.004.002 Booklet How to See Tsingtao and Shanghai
2014.004.003 Booklet Photo booklet on Shanghai China "So-This is Shanghai"
2014.004.004 Pamphlet Souvenir book for the USS Augusta and USS Marblehead for a leave party Sight Seeing Souvenir Book
2014.006.006 Article Article - Nymphia Lam's wedding, 1945
2014.006.007 Certificate Certificate - Nymphia Lam's music club 1937
2014.006.008 Program Program - Portland Chinese Presbyterian Church dedication 1973
2014.006.009 Program Program UO graduation 1972 - Larry Yok
2014.006.010 Program Program Chinese WW II veterans ceremony Chinese WW II veterans ceremony
2014.006.011 Stencil Stencil - WWII Army, Frank T. Yok 1944 F.T., Yok
2014.006.012 Container Box and bag of Chinese medicines
2014.006.026 Scrapbook Scrapbook Nymphia Lam's American Legion scrapbook American Legion
2014.006.065 Document Envelope from Carolyn Yok with Frank T. Yok's U.S. Army discharge form.
2014.006.068 Document Envelope "U.S. Department of Labor" immigration documents for Y. T. Lam and Goldie Chan. Includes a family tree made in 1982 and other family history documents.
2014.006.069 Document Envelope "Legal Docs" with deed to Frank and Nymphia Yok's Eugene home. 2495 Charnelton Street, trademark registration for "Foo's", immigration documents for Tom Yok and Chin Yung Yok (Rose Yok).
2014.006.071 Document Envelope "Nymphia Lam Military Docs" with Nymphia Lam's birth certificate, Navy discharge, Navy orders for duty, Navy discharge certificate, American Legion membership cards, U.S. Navy song book, Nymphia Lam photo in uniform.
2014.006.074 Article Envelope from Cyrus Lam containing clippings re: Dr. Lam's brother.
2014.006.076 Document File folder "Mom and Dad's" files containing Dr. Y. T. Lam's death certificate; Lewis and Clark College letter (status of Goldie Chan Lam's Perpetual Scholarship Fund), attorney's letters (Dr. Lam's life insurance policy); Dr. Goldie Chan's will and documents pertaining to her estate's probate procedure.
2014.006.077 Document Envelope with Chinese war bonds.
2014.006.078 Document File folder "U of O alumni" containing Lincoln High School 1950 graduation of Deanna Lam. U of O "Daily Emerald" January 20, 1944 with article about Nymphia Lam's Navy enlistment. Nymphia Lam's U of O diploma. Nymphia Lam's College Preparatory Lincoln High School certificate. Nymphia Lam's elementary course certificate. Nymphia Lam's U of O graduation announcement. Memory card for Anne Chan's funeral (Goldie Chan's sister in law with George Chan). U of O graduation program and related documents for Larry Yok. Nymphia Lam's U of O statement of junior standing.
2014.006.079 Document Spiral-bound book "Golden Anniversary Reunion Keepsake Photographs" with photo of Nymphia Lam on page 19 (pages are not numbered) and brief autobiography of page 110.
2014.006.080 Document Envelope "University of Oregon Alumni Association" containing "Order of the Emerald" certificate and photo of the 50th class reunion for Nymphia Lam.
2014.007.007 Scrapbook Scrapbook Travel postcard collection
2014.007.024 Map Map Taoist divination map Die-Xian game Chinese Quiji
2014.007.046 Menu Take out menu Victory cafe, 652 Jackson St. Victory Cafe
2014.007.047 Menu Take out menu Chinese Kitchen, 24th and Union St. Chinese Kitchen
2014.007.048 Report Annual Report Jackson Street Community Council 1956
2014.007.049 Sign Sign Paper sign "Official Car, International Festival - Seafair"
2014.007.050 Flyer flyer Seattle's Fabulous Chinese Community Night
2014.007.051 Newspaper Newspaper clippings on Chinatown and Arthur King.
2014.007.053 Certificate, Birth Copy of birth certificate for Gow Lilly Chinn. Born in Seattle, Washington in 1913. Copy made in 1976.
2014.007.054 Pamphlet Flier with green photocopied photograph and information on the New Society for Preforming Arts (written in Chinese). Also includes a photocopied picture of a Potlach float in a parade on July 4, 1938 in Seattle, Washington.
2014.007.055 Certificate, Registration Immigration documents for Choi Wing Look. Folder contains: Registration Card Certificate Smallpox Vaccination Certificate Certificate of Identity Envelope from Immigration Service for Certificate of Identity
2014.007.056 Envelope Empty envelope addressed to Fong Wing Toy from Mae Wah Theatre. Envelope sent from Canton, China to Seattle, Washington.
2014.007.057 Letter Two copies of letter requesting that Choi Wing Look's son, Choi Wing June, be permitted to enter into the United States as the son of a citizen. Includes photographs of father and son. Folder also includes a dual nationality certificate for Choi Wing Look and an evelope with a return address from an attorney in Seattle.
2014.007.058 Booklet Light blue booklet/informational packet containing information about various art and cultural organizations. Title in Chinese reads: "Music and art preservation".
2014.007.060 Booklet Program booklet for a commisioning ceremony. Title of booklet reads: "Commisioning Ceremony Republic of China Navy Ships (NGRC) U.S. Naval Station Seattle, Washington'
2014.007.061 Booklet YWCA booklet/pamplet for an educational program for Chinese women and girls in the U.S. Folder also contains a Taiwanese card.
2014.007.062 Documents Photocopy of document. Stamped with seal reading: "Luk Hoi Tong Co, Ltd., Hong Kong" (Luk Hoi Tong is a real estate development 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
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