||Three receipts printed on light tan paper, each measuring 1 1/4 x 3 1/4." 1992.064.043A has the number "15,100,957" printed in black at top. The receipt is for $8.00. 1992.064.043B has the number "39,237,252" at its top and is a receipt for $10.00. 1992.064.043C has the number "39,237,253" at its top and is for $10.00 also. Each receipt is stamped at the bottom with a purple circular stamp indicating the date, Nov. 2, 1949, and the issuing office, "Seattle Wash. University STA." The back of each receipt is printed with a form for the "Purchaser's Record," with lines for "Sent to" and "For."
||Receipt measures 4 1/8 x 6 7/8" and is numbered in red, "12035" in the upper left area. The top of the receipt has the name of the issuing business, "Pure Food Fish Market," with the slogan, "They're Always Fresh!" underneath. The phone number and address to the left , a listing of seafood to the right, and the image of a man in a boat catching a fish in the center. The receipt has been filled in in pencil, indicating the date as Aug. 17, 1949 and the amount of $6.40. The receipt is for the shipment of salmon to a man in Chicago, Illinois. The receipt has been folded in half and in its upper left corner and the upper right corner has been torn off.
||Both receipts are customer copies issued by mobil for "Mobilubrication." They each measure 5 1/2 x 9 1/8," and are printed with red and blue print. Both receipts are for "Regular 1000 Mile Lube Service" and have totals of $4.34. 1992.064.045A is dated 11/26/57 and is for a "52-Buick." It has been folded into quarters and has folds in its upper and lower right corners. 1992.064.045B is dated 1/21/58 and is for a "Buick." It has been folded into quarters and has a distinct fold in its lower right corner. Printed on the back of both is a statement from "Your Mobil Dealer" and an image of a man in uniform standing by an open file cabinet drawer.
||Prescription printed in black on white paper, measures 3 3/4 x 5." At the top is a heading for the "Yater Clinic," including the director's name, the address, and associated doctors. The prescription is written in blue ink and is issued by Edwin E. Barksdale, M.D. The paper has been folded into fourths. The upper and lower right corners are curved and the left vertical side has a perforated edge.
||Receipt measures 3 1/4 x 6 1/4" and has a perforated edge on all four sides. In the upper right corner are the name of the organization, the "Young Men's Christian Association," and the "No. 7010." In the upper left corner is the YMCA insignia with an upside-down red triangle on a global view of the world with "YMCA" across the front and encircled with a band reading "Serving With Youth/ Through The World." Written in pencil, the receipt acknowledges a $5.00 contribution given by Wing Luke for 1955 World Service. Written in the upper left corner is "U of WA."
||Paper measures 5 1/2 x 6 3/4." At the top is a heading for Wing C. Luke, Attorney At Law, with his address and phone number. Below are typed the name and address of Peter D. Woo and the date "2-10-56." Below this is a double line across the paper and then the amount of the bill for "Professional Services $15.00." In the area below is written "Wing/ Thank You/ Peter" in blue ink. The paper has 2 folds, one at the top and one at the bottom, about 5/8" away from each edge and 1 fold in the middle.
||Announcement printed in blue-green ink on card paper measuring 3 1/8 x 5 1/4." The card announces the presentation of "Parsifal" by the Indiana University School of Music on March 25, 1956. The lower area of the card has ticket information.
||1992.064.050A measures 3 1/2 x 5 3/8" and has a drawing of Trafalgar Square, London on its front. The drawing shows building and monuments in the Square, vehicles, trees, and people. The postcard is addressed to Wing Luke at "914 James St./ Seattle, Washington/ U.S.A." and dated "7/18/53." Unidentified sender. The postcard is written in blue ink. It has a red stamp in the upper right corner and is postmarked, "Kensington," July 19, 1953. The upper corners are bent. 1992.064.050B measures 3 1/2 x 5 3/8" and has a photographic image of the Lincoln Statue in the Lincoln Memorial on its front. The postcard is addressed to Wing Luke and sent by "Noreen." The postcard is written in blue ink. It has two stamps in the upper right corner and is postmarked from Washington, D.C. The date is not legible.
||1992.064.051A is a Christmas card, measuring 3 7/8 x 4 3/4" closed. The card has the image of a kitten looking a red Christmas tree ornament. Inside is the image of another ornament with "Merry Christmas" written in it. On the inner left side is a written note to Wing Luke from "Cricket."
1992.064.051B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 x 5" without the flap. It has a purple 3-cent stamp and is postmarked Rochester, N.Y., December 20, 1950. The envelope orginally was addressed to Wing Luke's Seattle address but this has been crossed out with pencil and the address of the National Assembly, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio has been written below. On the back of the envelope, it is postmarked again, Seattle, Wash., December 26, 1950.
||Card and Envelope
||1992.064.052A is a Christmas card, measuring 3 5/8 x 7 5/8." The outside has an image of Holly with pine cones set against a background of yellow vertical lines with gold glitter. On the inside is printed, "Season's Greetings and A Happy New Year/ The John J. Quines."
1992.064.052B is the accompanying envelope measuring 3 7/8 x 7 7/8." It has a stamp with a picture of whooping cranes and is postmarked Seattle, Wash., December 15, 1957. The envelope is addressed to Wing Luke in his Seattle address. The back side shows the return address and a Christmas stamp at the top of the envelope flap.
||Card and Envelope
||1992.064.053A is a card in the shape of a heart with scalloped edges. It approximately measures 3 3/4"x 4" closed. On the front, in raised letters, is the word "Engaged" and on the inside is written "Jean and Grant." The card is made of gold foil paper.
1992.064.053B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 3 7/8" x 5 3/4." It is postmarked Seattle, Wash., February 23, 1949, and addressed to Wing Luke at his Seattle Address. The envelope is cut open on its left side.
||Card and Envelope
||1992.064.054A is a card, measuring 4"x 5" closed.It is blank on the outside. Inside is a written message, dated April 2, to Wing Luke, signed "Dot."
1992.064.054B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 5 1/8." It is addressed to Wing Luke at his Seattle, 914 James St., address. The return address is from Dorothy Hopper. The envelope has a purple 3-cent stamp and is postmarked April 8, 1951, Seattle, Wash.
||Card and Envelope
||1992.064.055A is a letter written to Wing Luke from Jim Scheofer, dated September 15, 1948. The paper measures 8"x 10" and has been folded into sixths.
1992.064.055B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 3 5/8" x 6 1/2." It has a purple 3-cent stamp and is postmarked September 16, 1948, Johnsville, California. It is addressed to "Mr. Wing Luke/ Miss Norma Greene/ Political Science Library/ Univ. of Washington/ Seattle Wash. " the return address is from Jim Scheofer in John Sville, Plumas Co., Calif. The left and right sides of the envelope have particularly yellowed.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.056A is a letter from the president W.A. McClenaghan, of the University of Washington, Pisigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honorary. It is addressed, "Dear Student, " and dated February 1, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into thirds.
1992.064.056B is also from the President of Pisigma Alpha. It is addressed to "Dear Member, Pisigma Alpha" and dated May 6, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2"x 11" and has been folded into thirds.
1992.064.056C is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2." It is postmarked Seattle, Wash. It is addressed to Wing Luke at his Seattle 914 James St., address, and the return address is from the University of Washington, Department of Political Science.
||Letters and Envelope
||1992.064.057A is a typed letter on Jackson Street Community Council Stationery from the Executive Secretary, Ruth Manca, to Wing Luke. It is dated April 7, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into sixths. The letter confirms a speaking position for a panel discussion.
1992.064.057B is a typed letter on Jackson Street Community Concil Stationary from Ruth Manca to Wing Luke. It is dated April 27, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2"x 11" and has been folded into sixths. The letter thanks Wing Luke for his participation.
1992.064.057C is the accompanying envelope, measuring 3 5/8" x 6 1/2." It has a purple 3-cent stamp and is postmarked, Seattle, Wash., April 27, 1949. It is addressed to Wing Luke at 907 James St. Seattle WA, and the return address is from the Jackson Street Community Concil.
||Letters and Envelope
||1992.064.058A is a typed letter to Wing Luke from the ASUW President, 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents, and secretary, dated June 3, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into thirds. The letter notes Wing Luke's appointment as chairman of the Publications Committee.
1992.064.058B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke and has a return address of the Associated Students, University of Washington. It is postmarked June 4, 1949, Seattle, Wash. and has a red 2-cent stamp.
1992.064.058C is a typed letter to Wing Luke from Mildred Gellerman, the secretary to the board of control, dated June 16, 1949. It is typed on Associated Students, University of Washington Stationary. The paper measures 8 1/2"x 11," has been folded into thirds, and as the flap of an envelope adhered to the bottom. The letter nortifies Wing Luke of the requirements of his appointed position.
1992.064.058D is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke and has a return address of the Associated Students, University of Washington. It is postmarked June 16, 1949, Seattle, Wash. and has a red 2-cent stamp.
||Letters and Envelopes
||1992.064.059A is a typed letter on National Intercollegiate Christian Concil Stationery. It is addressed to Wing Luke from Harold B. Ingalls, dated September 13, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into sixths.
1992.064.059B is the carbon copy of a memorandum to Wing Luke, amomg others, from Harold B. Ingalls. It is dated September 13, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2"x 11," has been folded into thirds
1992.064.059C is the accompanying envelope, measuring 3 5/8" x 6 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke at the University of Washington, 1417 East 42nd Street, Seattle 5, Washington. It has a 6-sent airmail stamp and is postmarked September 13, 1949, New York, N.Y.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.060A is a typed letter on Associated Students University of Washington, letterhead to Wing Luke from Dayis Holcomb, the 1949 High School Leaders' Conference Committee chairman. It is dated November 28, 1949. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into thirds. The letter thanks Wing Luke for being master of ceremonies at the conference.
1992.064.060B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8"x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke at 907 James, Seattle, WA. It has a purple 3-cent stamp and is postmarked November 28, 1949, Seattle, Washington.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.061 is composed of a typed letter with its accompanying envelope attached by its flap to the back. The letter measures 8 1/2"x 11" and the envelope measures 4 1/8" x 9 1/2" with out the flap. The letter is typed on Civic Unity Committee, Red Feather Service of Seattle Community Chest letterhead. It is dated April 26, 1950 and addressed to Wing Luke, thanking him for his participation in the Northwest Institute on Race Relations. It is signed by Irene B. Miller. The envelope is addressed to Wing Luke at 907 James Street, Seattle WA. The return address is for the Civic Unity Committee. It has a 3-cent purple stamp and is post marked, April 26, 1950, Seattle Wash.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.062A is a typed letter on American Friends Service Committee letterhead to Wing Luke from D.C. Knapp, Chairman of the Institute Committee, dated May 20, 1950. The letter invites Wing Luke to a meeting. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has been folded into thirds.
1992.064.062B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke at 907 James Street, Seattle, Washington, and has a return address of the American Friends Service Committee, Inc., Seattle Regional Office. The envelope has been postmarked, May 22, 1950, Seattle, Wash.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.063A-B are two sheets of paper forming a 3-page typed letter to Wing Luke from "Barb."The letter is dated August 22, 1950. The paper measures 6 1/8" x 8" and has been folded in half.
1992.064.063C is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 6 1/4." It is addressed to Wing Luke /N.I.C.C., Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana. It has a 3-cent stamp and is postmarked August 24, 1950, Seattle, Wash.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.064A is a letter on the letterhead of Hugh B. Mitchell, Congress of the United States, House of Representatives. It is addressed to Wing Luke, signed Hugh B. Mitchell, and dated December 6, 1950. The letter thanks Wing Luke for his participation in the group, students and Mitchell. The paper measures 8" x 10 3/8," has been folded into thirds, and has an envelope flap adhered to its back.
1992.064.064B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 " x 8 7/8." It is addressed to Wing Luke, has a return address for the Congress of the United States, House of Representatives, has a purple 3-cent stamp, and is postmarked December 8, 1950, Washington D.C.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.065A is a hand-written letter on a piece of lined paper, written on front and back. It is dated January 19, 1954 and is to Wing Luke, from "Masse Bloomfield." The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11" and has 3 holes punched on the left side.
1992.064.065B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 3 5/8 " x 6 1/2." The envelope is addressed to Wing Luke, has a 3-cent stamp and a return address from Pasadena, Calif., and is postmarked January 20, 1954. The envelope has yellowed on its sides and appears to have gotten wet at some point.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.066A is a copy of a typed letter to attenders of the presidents' school 1948 at Berkeley, California from Mary Price of the Presidents' school Christian Assn., Christian Hertiage Commission. The paper measures 8 1/2" x 11," has been folded into thirds, and has an envelope flap adhered to the top of its back side.
1992.064.066B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8 " x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke with a return address of the student Y.M.C.A. and student Y.W.C.A., Pacific Southwest Region in Los Angeles, CA. It has a red 2-cent stamp and is postmarked February 18, 1949, Los Angeles, CA.
||Letter and Envelope
||1992.064.067A is a newslatter issued by Stiles Hall, the University YMCA, in Berkeley, CA. It is copied on to an olive green piece of paper, front and back, measuring 8 1/2" x 14." The paper was once folded into forths. The title of the newslatter is "The Y's Bear," Volume XVIII, Number 14, February 9, 1949. The newsletter is composed of typed updates and line drawings.
1992.064.067B ia a business reply card, measuring 3 1/4"x 5 1/2." It is a registration card for a new students' conference and the stiles assembly. The card is addressed to Stiles Hall-Universituy YMCA, in Berkeley, CA.
1992.064.067C is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2." It is addressed to Wing Luke at 914 James St., Seattle WA. and has a return address for Stiles Hall-University YMCA in Berkeley, CA. It has 2 stamps and is postmarked in Berkeley, CA.
||Newsletter, Registration Card and Envelope
||1992.064.068 is composed on an 8 1/2" x11" sheet of paper with a price list for Terrace Law Publishers, Inc. in Flint, Michigan, with a business reply card, measuring 3 1/4"x 5 1/2" stapled to the back. The paper has 3 holes punched on the left side and was once folded into thirds. The bottom of the list notes their representative, O. John Alder, in Kirkland, Washington. The back of the paper has Wing Luke's address at 914 James, Seattle, WA. A return address for Terrace Law Publishers, Inc., and a postage paid stamp. The business reply card is addressed to Terrance law Publishers.
||Publishing List with Business Reply Card
||1992.064.069A is a sheet of paper with three holes punched on the left side, measuring 8 1/2"x11." The paper has once been folded. The paper is a form entitled, Third Year Course Election Form. It has been filled in with Wing Luke's name at the top and information regarding his classes for Autumn 1953, Winter 1954, and Spring 1954 at the bottom. The form is dated May 8, 1953 in the upper left corner and has "Mr. Green" typed in the upper right corner. The upper right corner also has a fold.
1992.064.069B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 1/8" x 9 1/2," written in the upper right corner of the front, in pencil, is "Shipping Venesuela." The lower right corner is bent. The envelope is a dark manilla color.
||Course Election Form and Envelope
||1992.064.070A is a typed letter on the letterhead of Henry M. Jackson, United States Senate, Washing D.C. The letter is dated August 3, 1965 and is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Luke. It expresses sympathy over the loss of Wing Luke and is signed Henry M. Jackson. The paper measures 7"x 9" and has been folded in half.
1992.064.070B is the accompanying envelope, measuring 4 3/4" x 7 1/4." It is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Lung Sing Luke at 914 James Street, Seattle WA, has a return address to the United Sates Senate, has a 5-cent stamp, and is postmarked August 3, 1965, Washington, D.C. The flap has "Henry M. Jackson" printed on it. The envelope has been cut open on the left side
||Letter and Envelope
||Copy of biographical sketch composed of four 8 1/2"x 11" sheets of paper. Page one is a memo to Wing Luke from "PLJ." It is only a 1/2 page typed text. Page two has 3 paragraphs of double-spaced typed text about the life of Wing Luke. It has a title, "Wing Luke: Seattle City Concilman." Pages three and four are entitled "Appendix II-Biographical Sketch" and list Wing Luke's general data, leadership experience in school, military service, leadership experience in college, academic background, labor background, civic activities, and miscellaneous activities.
||1992.064.072A is a typed essay written by Paul H. Tomita, entitled City Concilman Luke, for his political science 205 class, section 1, January 1963 at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. The essay is formed overall of 13 pages and is in a green folder, measuring 9"x 11 1/2," with a label with the title and author of the essay on front. Also written in the upper right corner is "Tomita."
1992.064.072B is a copy of a listing of the Seattle City Concil Organization. It lists the Standing Committees effective December 21, 1964 and has check marks by committees Wing Luke served on and half circles around Wing Luke's name.
||Essay and Concil Organization Sheet
||A: "Seattle Honored," pictures Wing Luke receiving Brozen Star, 3 7/8" x 5 3/8."
B:"Wing Luke Outstanding Soph at Washington U.," Chinese Press, February 4, 1949.
C, D, E: 3 issues of University of Washington Daily, Volume C-2, Seattle Washington, January 5, 1951, 17 1/2" x 11 1/2" (4 pages).
F: "An Emebald Editoria," by Larry Hobart, supporting Adlai Stevenson for Presendent of the United States, Oregon Daily Emerald, Volume LIV, Number 17, University of Oregon, October 16, 1952.
G: "Democrats to Hear Rader at Wilsonian," mentions Wing Luke as Chairman of the University Young Democrats, 2 1/8" x 4 1/2."
H: "5 Attorneys Named Aides to O'Connell," names Wing Luke as assistant to John J.O'Connell, State Attorney-General, 2" x 7 1/8."
I: "Answers for Pupils, Human-Relations Panel," pictures Wing Luke on Human-Relations Panel for annual conference on Human Relations, the Seattle Times, May 8, 1956, 5 1/2" x 7 7/8."
J: "Parents, Greet Korea Waif Here," mentions Wing Luke as head of Washington Baptist Convention Refugee Resettlement Committee, 2" x 10 1/4."
K:"Social Worker Feted," pictures Wing Luke attending party, Filipino Forum, July 1, 1958, 6 1/2"x 11 3/4."
L: University of Washington Daily, Volume C-12, Number 46, January 12, 1961, 11 1/2"x 17" (8 pages)
Page 8-"Chinese New Year Festival takes place next month, "by Wing Luke, Board member, Chong Wa Benevolent Association. Also information on Jackson Street Community Concil.
M: "Wing Luke: Anomaly in Seattle Politics," by Emmett Watson, Argus, Volume 70, Number 29, July 19, 1963, 11 3/4" x 15 3/4" (12 pages)
N: Pacific Citizen, Volume 58, Number 5, January31, 1964, Japanese American Citizens League Membership Publication sent to concilman Wing Luke at 1106 Seattle Municipal, Seattle WA, 17 3/4" x 22 1/2"(4 pages)
O: "In Memoriam, " remembers the late Wing Luke, Board member of Friends of Youth, a protestant agency for different youth, friends of youth newsletter, summer issue 1965, 8 1/2" x 11" (2 pages)
P: article on "'Papa' Luke and 'Mama' Luke," awaiting word on search for Wing Luke, 3 3/4" x 4 1/8"
Q: "Wing Luke's Memorial Service," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 14, 1965, 3 3/4" x 16"
R: "Wreckage of Wing Luke Plane Surveyed," picture of wreckage, The Seattle Times, October 9, 1968, 7 5/8" x 8 3/4"
S: "Air Team Reaches Luke Plane," The Seattle Times, October 9, 1968, 5 1/8" x 7 3/4"
T: "Wing Luke's Plane is Found in Waterfall after 3 1/2 Years," by Charles Russell, Seatt;e Post-Intelligencer, October 6, 1968, 9" x 21 5/8"
U: "Bicentennial Biographies: Wing Luke," by Walter Evans, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, September 12, 1975, 5 1/2" x 12 1/2"
V: "The Intellectual Politics of Wing Luke," by Doug Chin, the International Examiner, October 1976, 11 1/2" x 16 1/2" (8 pages)
||A: Employer's insurance co. magazine
Inside is a b & w photograph of Wing Luke at the Burke museum.
The magazine was sent to Betty Luke after Wing Luke's death.
B: Letter to Bettie Luke from Sally Otto.
||The Employer's Owl
||1992.065.002: Booklet with hard black cover with embossed chains and inter- locking design. 2 stickers on front, one with the name "Shoichi Kawamura", and gold Kanji "Yokosuka Naval Shipyard Workers Record Book", p. 1-3 rules and event of death in war, p. 9 employment history, p. 11 & 12 wages. 1992.065.003: Booklet with hard black cover embossed with chains and anchors, bound on right side, 2 stickers attached to cover, one with the name "Teruo Aihara", gold embossed kanji "Yokosuka Naval Shipyard Workers Record Book", inside cover lists, wife, sister and eldest son, p. 1-3 rules, p. 9- 10 employment history - ironworker, p. 11 & 12 wages. 1992.065.004: Booklet with cardboard cover, bound on right, brown cross- hatch design. Kanji on cover "Yokosuka Welfare Department". Inside lists rules and restrictions, employment history, when he was drafted, family home, current address. Photograph of man in western 3 piece suit and tie on p. 10.
||20 letters (some letter counted as one if staples together)
3 news articles
"Seattle Would Save Its Pike Place Market," Christian Science Monitor
"Serious Study Needed on Urban Renewal, Braman Declares"
"A Bold Imaginative Plan," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 11, 1964
1 list of persons interested in Pike Place Market with attached correpondence
1 grey folder with "Pike Place Area Redevelopment: A Preliminary Feasibility Study"
3 yellow sheets with writing
1 Farmers Market, Los Angeles, CA brochure
2 minutes of meeting
2 messages, i file folder tab, labeled
||File: Pike Place Market
||65 letters (letters counted as one if stapled together)
9 news Articles
"Save Our Ships Plans Drive for Members," The Seattle Times, Friday, July 3 , 1964
"Voice of the People: to Save the Ship," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 19, 1964
"Seattle Business" Special Edition Feature
"Old Ship, New Song: Public Officials to Sing for Wawona," The Seattle Times, May 27, 1964
"Wawona Benefit: Luncheon Adds to Ship Fund"
"Wit/ Wisdom Enliven Board Meeting," The Seattle Times, March 29, 1964
"Seattle Museum to Open on May 3," New York Times, April 19, 1964
"Wawona Drive Recalls Codfishing"
"Famed Old Ship May Become Breakwater"
2 memorandums stapled to 2 messages
3 single memorandums
4 messages, stapled
2 single messages
1 news release
7 S.O.S. newsletters
1 typed essay, entitled "The Wawona"
1 typed carbon with scotch tape attached, entitled "The Wawona"
1 piece of paper with song, "Stay Home, Wawona (Don't Let Them Take You Away)"
1 chart with various names
1 list of members of the Seattle Yacht Club
1 file folder tab, labeled
||File: Save Our Ships
||1 written list of reviewing stand 1963, stapled to copy
1 typed list of seating at reviewing stand for parade, 1963 Chinese Seafair Committee
1 copy of reviewing stand program and instructions for Seattle Chinese Community Seafair Night, Thursday, August 8, 1963
1 copy of reviewing stand program and instructions (4 loose pages) for Seattle Chinese Community Seafair Night, Thursday, August 2, 1962
9 gridded charts for seating, on Single-Ply Press Board
1 manilla envelope with yellow tabs typed with names
1 1962 reviewing stand list, along with 3 copies
1 gridded piece of paper
1 Seattle World's Fair Protocol Office Program, October 7-10, 1962. Stapled to miscellaneous information sheets and official biographical sketch for the visit to Seattle of his excellency Shu-Kai Chow, Minister of Overseas Chinese Affairs and Profesional Representative for Republic of China Week at the Seattle World's Fair
||File: Seating-Review Stand Seafair
||Minutes of 2/9/65 meeting of members of personnel Committee
Job description of supervisor of social services
Minutes of 1/19/65 meeting of members of personnel committee
The former three documents are clipped together
3 Letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
||File: Friends of Youth, Inc. and Great Seattle Concil of Churches
||3 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
1 letter in envelope
Christian Witness in Century 21, Inc. Pamphlet
Greater Seattle Council of Churches Lay School of Theology Pamphlet
Christian Pavilion and Children's Center for Seattle World's Fair
Outline of script and interpretation of its meaning for sound and light presentation
Leadership Education School, Greater Seattle Council of Churches
Instruction sheet for class secretary
Request for audio-visual equiptment
Memorandum to instructors
Memorandum to instructors clipped to memo for instructors
Memorandum with notes on metro on back
Tentative schedule for "Issues Facing Our Community"
Stapled to program of leadership education classes 1962
Additional copy of tentative schedule and program
Class admission card
Description of course cards of recognition
Instructors class report
August 1962 newsletter for Greater Seattle Council of Churchs
Comment surveys, folded in half and paper clipped together
1 file folder tab, labeled
||File: Council of Churches (Leadership Education Course)
||1 file folder tab, labeled
3 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
1 statement "Chinatown Lighting Goes Oriental"
3 news articles
"All Same First Place," Filippino Forum, December 12, 1962
"Chinatown Installing Permanent Lanterns," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 4, 1962
"Lanterns Add Gaiety to Town," Chinese-American Times, December 1962
1 manilla envelope with "Councilman Wing Luke" written on front, contained:
1 "Oriental Flavors" guide to Seattle's Chinatown
Paper clipped together: 1 business card of Joseph S. De Leon,
Seattle City Light with note to Wing Luke
6 news articles:
"Faces of the City: Gay Lanterns to Decorate Chinatown," The
Seattle Times, August 26, 1962 (2 clippings)
"Glamour for Chinatown," The Seattle Times, Oct. 10, 1962
"Precautions Taken: Chinatown Lamps will be Returned," The
Seattle Times, Oct. 16, 1962
"Chinatown Installing Permanet Lanterns," Seattle post-
Intelligencer, Oct.4, 1962
"Beauty, Beast and A New Lantern for Chinatown," The Seattle
Times, Oct. 7, 1962
1 xeroxed page with news articles (4)
"Decorative Lights in Chinatown to be Turned on Tonight"
"Chinese District will Dedicate Lanterns Tonight," The Seattle
Times, Oct. 9, 1962
"Chinatown Installing Permanent Lanterns," Seattle Post-
Intelligencer, Oct. 4, 1962
"Chinese Community to Dedicate Lanterns," Seattle Post-
Intelligencer, Oct. 9, 1962
2 typed statements by Joe De Leon, Oct. 3 and Oct. 8, 1962
Also in manilla envelope:
1 manilla photo envelope with 4 photos:
Interior with Lanterns
Horizontal view of lanterns hanging outside over sheet
Vertical view of lanterns hanging outside over sheet
Lanterns hanging by Chong Wa Benevolent Association
1 black folder with white note paper clipped to front, reading "Chinese Community Scholarship Banquet"
Inside of folder:
2 stapled or clipped groups of letters
Various lists of students from Seattle Public High Schools, stapled
Additional letters from school districts in Greater Seattle Area
----paper clipped together
4 letters paper clipped together (two within group are stapled
together, two others are copies of the same letter)
||File: Chinese Community "Lighting of the Lanterns" Project
||1 file folder tab, labeled
1 list of King County School District superintendents
30 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
1 memo "From the desk of...Wing Luke"
1 "Concerns for Christian Citizens" Publication, May 1963
1 "Going Places" Publication, April-May-June 1963
1 "Chinatown News" Publication, February 18, 1963
1 "Pacific Citizen" Publication, August 9, 1963
1 large manilla envelope with flap torn off and parts of 3 rubber bands inside, contains:
Dennison addressing labels folder with
Labels typed with names
2 yellow sheets of paper hand-written with list of names
1 three-hole punched blank piece of paper
3 pieces of carbon paper
6 pieces of thin blank paper
1 paper clip
2 long sheets of yellow paper
1 reviewing stand program for Seafair -Chinese Community Night,
August 6, 1959
Stapled series of letters on blue paper, dated 1961
2 gridded boards with names
3 sheets of labels, with and without names
7 blank boards of single-Ply Pressboard
1 reviewing stand program and instructions, Seattle Chinese Community Seafair Night, August 8, 1963
1 proposed news release
1 C.C.S.D New Years invitational list with 1963 legislative roster stapled to front
1 card in envelope, sent to Wing Luke from M/M C. S. McCormick
1 brochure, "Seattle's International Settlement"
1 copy of Chong Wah Election Results, December 10, 1962
1 program for Chinese Opera in 8 acts, Luck Ngi Musical and Opear Society of Seattle
News Articles (15)
"Chinese Community Ready for Celebration, " the Seattle Times, January 24, 1963
"Chinese Gold Miners Among First Settlers in Washington," May 8, 1962
"Domestic Politics Important to Chinese Americans"
"Ineffective Oral Communication Viewed as 'Achilles Heel' for Japanese Americans," Pacific Citizen, Fabruary 22, 1963
"First California Assemblyman (Song) of Oriental Descent Hails from Honolulu," Pacific Citizen, February 22, 1963
"Banner Admired: Drill Team to be in Parade," the Seattle Times, August 7, 1963
"Restaurants off the Fairgrounds: Art Louie's Dinery Popular," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, September 21, 1962
"What a Wrong Number: Chinese Phone Booth Dedicated"
"Happy Year of the Hare," The Seattle Times, January 25, 1963
"New Officers of China Club are Elected," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 7, 1963
"An invitation to Seattle's International Section for Chinese New Year," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 23, 1963
"Chinatown will Greet Year of Hare with a Big Bang"
"Chinese Kitchen God to get Feast of Tai Lung Gum Now"
"New Year's Award: Girls' Drill Sergeant Honored by Chinese"
"John J. Reddin's Faces of the City: Darn Clever, These Haut Cuisine Chinese," The Seattle Times, April 5, 1963
1 Jackson Street Community Council 1962 Report, entitled "Unity in Community" on cover metal clip, holding :
3 letters (multiple letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
1 brochure for Grayline Tours of Historic Philadelphia and Valley Forge
1 brochure for walking tour of old Philadelphia
Chinatown Lantern Project information
2 notice of meeting for Formation of Chinese-American Group, September 29, 1960
Seattle World's Fair, "China Week" opening ceremonies program and platform guest list
Ballot for Chinese Community Service Organization Annual Election, December 1962
Notice of Annual Meeting for Chinese Community Service Organization, December 1962
2 copies pages of Chinese script stapled together
Metal clip, holding:
1 news article "International Rickshaw Race Scheduled," the Seattle
Times, November 1, 1962
3 letters (multiple letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
2 minutes from meeting to discuss International District Promotion and
International Rickshaw Race
1 piece of green note paper
1 issue of "Chinatown News, " November 18, 1962
1 copy on pink paper and 1 revised copy on thin yellow paper of Chinese Community Service Organization Chinese New Year;s Program, January 25, 1963
1 reviewing stand program and instruction sheets for Seattle Chinese Community Seafair Night, Auguat 2, 1962
||File: Chinese Community
||A letter written by Luck Ngai Music Society to refuse Wing Luke's invitation to perform for the Chinese New Year's celebration because most of the members have to work in resturants during the holidays.
||A advertising flyer for the Luck Ngai Music Society's 25th anniversary gala. The flyer includes the information of the performance cast, the brief introduction of the performed story, the date and the location of the performance. Complimentary show. The gala was held at the Chong Wa Benevolent Association in Seattle. Printed in both Chinese language and English language
||Luck Ngai Music Society 25th anniversary gala
||1 file folder tab, labeled, "Speeches (Misc.) (Wing Luke Personal)"
3 message notes
72 letters (letters counted as one if attached together, unless listed separately below)
1 speech, "Veterans' Day/ November 11, 1964/ Washelli Cemetery"
Notes for speeches:
"Respon. Christian as Voter"
"Luncheon-Meth. Board of Christian Social Concerns/ Pacific NW Conference of Meth Chruches"
"Honor Society Banquet, Ingraham High, 4-17-63/ Theme: 'Way Out'/ Talk: 'Honor Student's Challenge (Responsibility) to be an Individual'"
"Are There Flaws in the 'Blue Laws'"
"Racial Discriminatory Practices and its Impact on International Relations" for "Y" International Club, YMCA, November 7, 1961.
Address to JACL
"Your Child and the Law"
"Political Parties and Urban Problems"
"Brotherhood Sunday Message, Ridgecrest Baptist Church, February 25, 1963
"Christianity and Governments"
Franklin High School Address
School Levy Speech for March 12, 1963
"Varieties of Anti-Communism"
Address Regarding the YMCA and YWCA
Card in envelope, sent to Wing Luke from Vimar
Thank you card, sent to Wing Luke from Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Card in envelope, sent to Wing Luke from Norman anderson
Thank you card in envelope, sent to Wing Luke from Joe Gartman and Lynda Grant
Card, sent to Wing Luke from Betty Martinsen, United Church Women's Fellowship
"Seattle Business" Publication, July 16, 1963, article citing Wing Luke on page 4
Copy of news article from the "Chicago Defender," December 1, 1956
Biographical Sketch of Wong Lui-Sang
Program from New York Philharmonic with Leonard Bernstein as music director
"Chinatown News," July 3, 1963 Edition
News article, "Wing Luke of Seattle Will Speak," Tacoma Tribune, March 15, 1963. Stapled to program for Sixth Avenue Baptist Church with short biography of Wing Luke and letter of Thanks, sent to Wing Luke from James B. Hughes, Minister.
Program, "Threats to Dempcracy," the Seattle Inter-High Council Citizenship. Seminar with Wing Luke as speaker.
New article, "Letters to the Editor: Pay for Schools Gladly"
Program from the Ridgecrest Community Baptist Church, February 24, 1963, with sermon by Wing Luke, entitled,"The Christian Challenge of Brotherhood"
News article, "The Look Out: How Real is Our Brotherhood?" Seattle North Central Outlook, February 20, 1963
Schedule and task list for Labor- Management Luncheon at Catholic Seamen's Club
6 letters and essay, "Chu Tzu's Rules for Governing the Home," pinned together in upper left corner
Calendar for Museum of History and Industry, January-April 1963 with Wing Luke scheduled to speak on March 21 at 8PM on "Our Chinese Community"
Kiwanis International Certificate of Appreciation to Wing Luke
Letter with attached stories written by a University of Washington reporting class regrading Wing Luke's Speech to the class
Program, 11th Annual International Visit of Independent Order of Foresters, September 15, 1962
Program, the 24th Annual Convention of the National Association of State Licensed Warehouse Departments, September 19-21, 1962, welcome by Wing Luke; also attached to information sheet and letter
Program, First Christian Church, October 21, 1962, with welcome to Wing Luke
Folder entitled, "Vasa Order of America,"
Clipped to outside: 2 messages; information sheet on International
Order of Foresters; 1 letter
Clipped to inside: 1 brochure for Swedish Club
Containing: announcement for a church, including Wing Luke as
speaker at the supper club
Paper with Swedish writing; pronunciation written on it
Welcome address in Swedish, typed on memorandum
1 booklet for Vasa Order of America, 28th District Convention and
Golden Anniversary, August 31- September 2, 1962; also containing,
inside of booklet, a program for Iota Philambda Sorority, Inc.,
Educational Session, August 12, 1962, with greetings by Wing Luke
in the program
Folder entitled, "Vasa Order of America,"
Containing: 2 note cards stapled together, with Swedish welcome and
pronunciation on them; 1 note card with Swedish welcome and
Clipped to folder by metal brace: news article, "Vasa Group to Fete
Golden Milestone," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 27, 1962;
1 Family Counseling Service 1962 Annual Report with Guide to Service of the Organization inside, 1 news article, "June's Journal: Appeals of Many Heard by Helpful Family Society," The Seattle Times, March 18, 1962, and Family Counseling Service Newsletter for Spring 1963
Essay sent to Wing Luke from Washington Citizens Committee for Civil Rights Legislation, entitled, "Discrimination and 'Rights'"
News article from Auburn Citizen, February 6, 1963, entitled "Welcomed by Maebori-JACL banquet hears Wing Luke speak on American Orientals Civic Stature."
1 message, 1 letter, and 1 program for Civilan Charter Night on December 15, 1962 with welcome to Seattle by Wing Luke, all clipped together
1 letter from the Broadway Alumni Association, 1 newsletter entitled, "The Broadway Whims," September 28, 1962 Edition, and 1 membership card issued to Wing Luke as a Broadway Tiger, all stapled together
1 letter and 1 pamphlet, 1 information sheet, and 1 sheet from a newsletter for the Gethsemane Lutheran Church, all clipped together
4 letters, 1 address to Civitan, and 2 postcards, all clipped together
Program, Roosevelt High School, Class of 1963, Annual Senior Luncheon, entitled "Memories are Made of this," May 8, 1963, with Wing Luke as speaker
||File: Speeches, Personal Papers (Continued in Additional File Folder)
||Paper clipped together:
2 thank you cards
1 Certificate for appreciation of guest speaking at Rotary Club of
Rainier (Seattle), WA by Wing Luke
1 Pamphlet with members of metal and machinery industry trade
union team 1962
Certificate granting Wing Luke honorary membership to Seattle Fire Buff Society Incorporated
Invitation and memorandum of invitation
46 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
22 biographical sketches of Wing Luke
Description of work by John M. Morse and associates/architects
3 thank you cards
letter with speech by Robert C. Finley, Chief Justice, "What is This Thing Called Legal Reform?"
Program for Thalia Symphony, Mercer Island Little Symphony, and Highline Youth Symphony
"Welcome to Chicago!" map
"Membership Card" for Murray W. Gamrath for Sheriff Club
2 news articles "Old Ship, New Song: Public Officials to Sing for Wawona," The Seattle Times, May 27, 1964
"Blind Snack Bar Operator Gets a Welcome at City Hall," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 9, 1963
Card and envelope, sent to Wing Luke from Warren Chan and children photo processing envelope from Rath Cigar Co. & Son, dated May 3, 1956
Paper with calligraphy written on it
Envelope with "Councilman Wing Luke," written on front, containing copy of house bill No.9 and supplement
Black and white photograph of Wing Luke, measuring 5x7" with tracing paper with cropping notes and a address taped to the photograph, writing on back also
Card, sent to Wing Luke from United Mainyenance Service, notifying of move
||File: Speeches, Personal Papers
"Councilman Luke Started Early"
"Oriental Dinner to Honor District Scout Leaders, Troop Sponsors"
"City Hall Report: Council Invaded by New Culture," Seattle Post-
Intelligencer, December 24, 1962
"Young Honor Old: Unique Ceremony Held in Chinese Community,"
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 20, 1964.
Letter attached to news article, "2 Boys Buried in Caves; 1 Dies"
69 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
4 biographical sketches of Wing Luke
7 copies of various legal documents pertaining to the Estate of Mabel G. Chinn
2 cards with envelopes, sent to Wing Luke from Shannon O' Brien
1 envelope containing: 1 Rental Statement; 1 folded envelope with enclosed letter; 3 letters and 5 Rental Statements clipped together
2 letters sent by Helen M. Johnson, Wing Luke's secretary, after the loss of Wing Luke
||File: Personal Papers
||3 pages of letter to Wing Luke from unidentified person, dated November 17, 1952
Copy of "Questions and Answers to King County Area C.O.P.E. Candidates' Questionaire" by Wing Luke
1 biographical sketch of Wing Luke
53 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
1 letter attached to news article, "Native Chinese Wins Degree...at Age of 68," dated July 21, 1964
1 letter attached to news article, "Seattle's Business: Firm Will Help Put Up a Good Front," Seattle Post-Intelligencer
1 letter attached to news article, "Oriental's election was 'All American'"
"Seattle's Friendly Sons to Kiss Blarney Pebbles," SeattleTimes,
March 15, 1963
"This Our City by Emmett Watson: Wednesday Wet Wash," Seattle
Post-Intelligencer, January 9, 1963
"$1,500,000 Office Building Planned Off Jackson Street"
"Gifts Come from Many Walks of Life," The Seattle Times, December
2 cards from Citizens' Planning Council stapled together
Scrap piece of paper with address written on it
1 business card for John L. Staecevich, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
2 letters attached to business card for Arthur B. Kenny, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
1 memorandum with 2 attached letters
||File: Personal Papers
||128 letters (letters counted as one if stapled or clipped together)
2 letters and 1 News article, "Mrs. Olsen Elected YWDC President," attached together, with program for Young Women's Democratic Club Banquet placed among papers
1 letter attached to News article, "Ida Dillon to Retire From Union Position"
1 letter attached to News article, "Karmer Named 'Consulting Engineer of the Year'"
News article, "Painting from Hong Kong: Family Groups Sponsor Show," The Seattle Times, July 15, 1963
2 letters attached to two business cards, one of Arthur B. Kenny and the other of John L. Starcevich, both of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Announcement for Opening of YE Old Candle Shoppe
2 memoranda stapled together
||File: Personal Papers
||1992.068.002A: "Fonds Asked for Luke Museum," U. Herald, July 27, 1966, 1 3/4"x 3 1/4"
1992.068.002B: "Sister Helps Open Drive for Wing Luke Museum," The Seattle Times, August 4, 1966, includes photo of Bettie Sing Luke (Mrs. Hermankan) and Faith Enyeart on boat, 5 1/4"x 13 7/8"
1992.068.002C: "Surplus Wing Luke Funds Distributed," The Seattle Times, April 12, 1967, 4 1/2"x 9 1/8"
1992.068.002D: "Luke Memorial Museum Started," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 17, 1967, includes photo of Bettie Sing Luke (Bettie Luke Kan) lighting incense, 5 1/4"x 15 3/8", has taped clipping at top with name of newspaper and date
Six white paper pages attached at the top by a folded sheet metal band. Pages left are dated July 1950 - December 1950. the top quarter is in black in a printed frame: "Tashiro Hardware Co. Fishing Tackle 109-113 Prefontaine"
||Tashiro Hardware Co.
||Mimeographed form with penciled numbers on block population of Tule Lake.
||Staistics on Block Population
||1992.22.396A is the flap of an envelope, measuring approximately 1 1/2 x 6 1/2." The upper edge has a torn edge and the bottom two corners are curved, printed on the flap; centered is "Donna L. Kyle/ 3528 S. W. 172nd St. Seattle, Washington, 98166." The back of the flap has a blue-green paiter of vertical columns of bow-shaped designs. 1992.22.396B is a business card, measuring 2 x 3 1/2." Printed in black in the center is "Metro Volkswagen Inc. / 2121 Eight Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 98121." In the lower left corner is "Stan Kyle/ Parts Department," and in the lower right corner is "Mu 2-8500," written above this number is "Home CH 32562." Embossed in the upper left is a VW insignia and in the upper right is "Porsche." Written on the other side is "Enclosed/ 5 Kodacol or Prints 3 1/2 x 5/ Wing Luke / Wawona/ Pier 54." 1992.22.396C is a white piece of paper, measuring 5 1/2 x 8 1/2," written on one side is information regarding booklets, prints, and pennants of the Wawona. It is signed by "K. Bullits EA 5-6353." On the other side is a form letter receiving help for the restorration of the Wawona. This request is printed in black.
See 1992.22.415 through 1992.22.419 for associated photographs.
||Notes Accompanying Information of the Wawona
||1992.22.397A measures 6x14 1/4" and has a fold 2/3 of the way down. At the top of the clipping is stapled a smaller clipping with the date "Fri. Jan. 17, 1964" and the name of the newspaper, the "Seattle Post Intelligencer." 1992.22.397B measures 5 1/4x 13 3/4." It has 2 folds 2/3 of the way down and a rectangular area measuring 1 3/4 x 3" has been cut from the lower right corner. Both clippings are of the same article, entitled, "Living Museum: Historic Schooner Sails into History as Exhibit Here." The article describes the purchase of the Wawona, a historical schooner, the incorporation of Save Our Ships Inc., and the history of the life of the schooner. The article mentions that the corporation, Save Our Ships, Inc. is headed by Wing Luke. The article includes an image of Wing Luke along with marine artist Hewitt Jackson and the ship 's owner, John Ross, standing on a dock and looking up at the prow of the ship.
||Living Museum: Historic Schooner Sails into History as Exhibit Here
||Clipping measures 5 5/8 x 8 1/4." The top edge is ridged. The top line of the clipping indicates the date, the source, reading "Sunday, February 2, 1964 The Seattle Times 57." The title of the article is "Trip to Bearing: Alaskan Remembers Wawona." This is followed by an image of Four men shown in the ship's galley, from left to right, Chuck Ogrosky, Wing Luke, Kenneth Erickson, and John Ross. Wing Luke has both hands on the handle of a pump and Erickson holds a pan beneath the pump. The caption for the photo image indicates who the people are and indicates plans of the S.O.S. or save our ships committee to recondition the ship, the Wawona. The caption notes Wing Luke 's membership in this committee.
||Trip to Bearing: Alaskan Remembers Wawona
||Clipping measures 4 x 10 1/4." The top edge has ridges. The top line notes the source and date of the clipping, as "42 the Seattle Times Wednesday May 27, 1964." Beneath this is the title, "Old Ship, New Song: Public Officials to Sing for Wawona." This is followed by an image of Charles Carroll playing an upright piano with Tana Moore sitting on top of the piano and Wing Luke standing to the side with a raised tray in one hand and a towel draped over his opposite forearm. He is shown framing the left side of the image. The article, divided into two columns, follows and indicates a benefit luncheon on May 28, 1964 from noon to 2:00 at the Blue Banjo. At this benefit various city officials, county officials; celebrating will provided entertainment, including a song written by Wing Luke, entitled "Wawona."
||Old Ship, New Song: Public Officials to Sing for Wawona
||Clipping measures 5 1/4 x 5 3/4." It has a tab in the upper left corner, which when folded over reads, "Seattle Post Intelligencer/ Wed., Feb. 17, 1965." The Clipping inclues a photo reproduction which fills the top 3/4 of the clipping and shows from left to right, Wing Luke, Robert H. Wandesforde, and Robert T. Matthiesen looking at a print of a watercolor of the 3-masted schooner, the Wawona. The caption indicates the people in the photo, gives added information regarding the prints and their save, and notes. The Wing Luke was the chairman of the Save Our Ships organization.
||Color Prints For Saving Ships
||Flier is printed on fairly heavy yellow paper, measuring 8 1/2 x 11." It has been folded into thirds with an additional fold just below the center of the sheet. The upper and lower right corners also have folds. The flier has lentered at the top, "SOS" with the "O" as a thick ring with "Save Our Ships" written on it and a ship inside of the "O." The flier notes that the option to purchase the Wawona expires on Tuesday, June 16 and a "Deadline Benefit" will be held at the Wash. Natural Gas Co. on Monday, June 15, 8 pm. The flier also notes that Wing Luke will be speaking.
||The letterhead is printed on fairly heavy stationery measuring 8 1/2 x 11." The upper right corner of this piece of stationary is folded. The letterhead, printed in blue at the top of the sheet, reads on the left side, "Save our ships/ Chairman- Wing Luke/ Vice chairman-John Haydon/ Treasure-Erik Wall/ Secretary-Anne Wagner/ Director-John Ross/ 1608 1/2 Aurora Avenue North/ Seattle, Washington/ ATwater 3-7808." The right side has an image of a ship: with 3 masts on water; it is captioned "schooner Wawona."
||Save Our Ships
||Booklet measures 8 1/2 x 8 1/2" closed. It is stapled together on the left with 2 staples. The cover is white and in the upper right corner, has a photo image of part of a boat tinted in blue, and in the lower left corner a small image of a 3-masted schooner in blue, and in the lower right corner, the title "The Wowona." The title page, page 1, has the title, "Wawona: the Heritage of Sailing in the North Pacific" and the author "Barbara A. Hiscock." The book details the history of the Wawona, a 3-masted schooner, and contains photos of the ship throughout its life. The back page acknowledges contributors to the making of the book, states the purpose of save our ships, Inc. and notes the dedication of the book, "In Memory of Wing Luke, Founder of Save Our Ships."
||Wawona: The Heritage of Sailing in the North Pacific
||Clipping measures 3 5/8 x 5" with an area of 1 3/4 x 1 3/4" cut from the lower right corner. The article is entitled, "Aircraft check out Luke--Search Clues," and is divided into two columns. The article notes that two clues reported in a ground search were going to be checked out by air. The ground search was conducted by a 203 motorcycle search party sponsored by the Northwest Motorcycle Club. The search was for Wing Luke, Sidney Gerber, and Kay Ladue who were missing after leaving Lake Wannacut in Okanogan County. The article also notes that only 1/3 of navy aerial photographs had been interpreted to date. It also states that the plane disappeared May 16.
||Aircraft check out Luke--Search Clues
||Clipping measures 3 1/2 x 6 1/4" with a rectangular area of 3/4 x 1 3/4" cut from the lower right corner. The article is entitled, "Voice of the People: The Search for Luke, " at the top, and is actually a letter" to the Post-Intelligenger" form "Buzz Fiorini, Seattle," printed in a single column. The letter notes figures regarding the search for the Wing Luke party, including flying time during the two week search and the maximum amount spent to charter the planes, $4000.
||The Search for Luke
||Clipping measures 5 1/4 x 10 1/4" with a slight extention in the upper right corner. The clipping has the name of the newspaper, "the Seattle Daily Times," printed in large letters as on the front page of a newspaper. The date of the article is Tuesday, May 18, 1965. The article is divided into 3 columns and is entitled, "Sevens Pass Area: 25 Planes Hunting for Luke, 2 Friends." The article notes more than 25 planes involved in the search for Wing Luke, Sidney Gerber, and Kay Ladue whose plane disappeared when returning from a fishing trip to Wannacut Lake in Okanogan County. The article describes the realization by Mrs. Gerber of the disappearance and the weather conditions during the flight.
||25 Planes Hunting for Luke, 2 Friends
||Clipping measures 4 x 11 1/4" and has been folded 2/3 of the way down. The top line on the clipping notes the source, "Page 4, the Seattle Times," and the date, "Tueday May 18, 1965." The title of the article is "Canton-Born Luke Often Mentioned For Higher Posts." This is followed by a map showing the area in which the plane was missing with a broken line indicating its last reported flight, and two photos, one of Wing Luke; one of Sidney L. Gerber. The article is divided into two columns and it desceibes the life of Wing Luke, with shorter coments regarding Sidney L. Gerber and Kay Ladue. The article opens noting their missing flight from Wannacut Lake to Seattle. Wing Luke was 40 years old at the time.
||Canton-Born Luke Often Mentioned For Higher Posts
||Clipping measures 5 3/8 x 13 1/4" with a rectangular area of 3 1/2 x 6 1/2" cut from the lower right corner. The top line notes the source and date, "Page 18 the Seattle Times, Sunday May 23, 1965." The article is entitled, "Search for Luke Hampered as Weather Outlook Dims." It is located in one column and describes the serach effort a week after the plane, a single engine cessna, carrying Wing Luke, Sidney Gerber, and Kay Ladue disappeared. The article also notes the establishment of the Wing Luke Rescue Fund by the Chinese Community which had then reached more than $4,000. To the right of this column is a photographic image of 3 people looking out over a forested valley with mountains in the background. The image is captioned, "Jim Kurtz and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Watkinshaw, Seattle, Aided Lake Wenatchee-Area Search."
||Canton-Born Luke Often Mentioned For Higher Posts
||Clipping measures 5 5/8 x 12 3/4" with rectangular areas of 1 1/2 x 3 1/2" cut from the lower left corner and 2 1/2 x 5 3/4" cut from the lower right corner. In the upper right corner is printed the source and the date, "Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, May 25, 1965." The article printed in the left 2 columns is entitled at its top, "Council will Wait on Replacing Luke." The article notes that the council must first pass a resolution declaring the seat vacant and then begin the search for a replacement. The article also notes that few of the candidates; their supporters have been active while the search continued. The second article, entitled "Gov. Evans Order to State Agencies: Search for Luke to Continue," is divided among the next four columns. The article states that Gov. Evans' ordered state officials to resume the search for Wing Luke, Sidney Gerber, and Kay Ladue. The article describes weather conditions, a brief summary of the initial disappearance of the plane, and the search by the civil air patrol, a civilian auxiliary of the air force, also.
||Canton-Born Luke Often Mentioned For Higher Posts
||Clipping measures 5 3/8 x 7 5/8." It has written in upper right corner, "Tuesday, May 25, 1965." The article is entitled, "Chinese Community hopes for Miracle for Wing Luke" and is written by Byron Johnsrud. The article is divided into 3 columns; at the top of the middle column are two bust length photo images-one of Shiro Kashino, the other of Warren Chan. The article notes the establishment of a $5,000 plus Wing Luke Rescue Fund and quotes interviews with Waeern Chan, James Luke, Shiro Kashino, and Ben Woo regarding Wing Luke himself and his disappearance. The article particularly points out that both "orientals" and "occidentals" regarded Wing Luke highly.
||Chinese Community hopes for Miracle for Wing Luke
||Clipping measures 3 3/4 x 12" with approximately an area of 1 1/4 x 1 1/2" cut from the lower right corner. The top line of the clipping has the source and the date printed: "Page 10, The Seattle Times, Monday, May 31, 1965." The title of the article follows, "City Hall: Plane Still Grows, Like Hope, in Slient Office of Wing Luke." The article is divided into two columns. At the top of the left column is the reporter's name, reading, "By Douglas Willix, Times City Hall Reporter." At the top of the right column is a photo image of Wing Luke, shoulder-length, 3/4 view facing the viewer's right. The article draws an analogy between the philodendron plant growing in Wing Luke's office with the "Still-Living Hopes of Friends that We May Yet be Found." The article then reflects on Wing Luke's character and his presence at City Hall.
||Plane Still Grows, Like Hope, in Slient Office of Wing Luke
||Clipping measures 1 3/4 x 5 1/2," and the article is entitled, "Navy to Study, 7,200 photos in Luke Search," written beneath the word, "Study," in the title is the date, "6/2/65," presumably the date of the article. The article occurs in a single column. It states that 3 jet photo- Reconnaissance Planes issued by the Navy as arranged by Senators Warren G. Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson and Navy secretary Paul H. Nitze flew to the cascade mountain area in Washington. The area where Wing Luke and 2 others are considered missing and shot about 7,200 still photographs. It will take a few days for the Navy to determine the results.
||Navy to Study, 7,200 photos in Luke Search
||Clipping measures 4 3/8 x 9 1/8" with a rectangular area of 1 1/4 x 1 3/4" cut from the lower left corner and 2 z 3 1/4" cut from the lower right corner. In the upper right corner is the source and the date of the article, "The Seattle Times (Page) 47, Wednesday, April 12, 1967." The article is entitled, "Surplus Wing Luke Funds Distributed" and is divided into 4 columns. The article describes the distribution of $6,500 in funds remaining from contributions to search efforts for Wing Luke: $1,000 went to various rescue organizations which helped in the search, $1,000 to Operation Equality, a listing service for fair housing, $1,000 to Save Our Ships, and $3,500 to the establishment of the Wing Luke Memorial Museum which at that time would display Chinese exhibits loaned by the Burke Memorial Washington State Museum.
||Surplus Wing Luke Funds Distributed
||Clipping measures 8 x 8 1/2" with an extention of the clipping in the upper right corner with the source and the date of the article, "The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Thursday, April 13, 1967 (Page)15." The clipping has been folded approximately in half and in the upper right corner twice. The top half of the clipping shows a photo image of Roy Wensberg (from left), Ken Prichard, Bettie Luke Kan, Robert Ashley, and Warren Chan Seated. The article notes the meeting at the Save Our Ships Committee headquarters to decide what to do with remaining funds from the search for Wing Luke and 2 others who disappeared in a plane flight, May 16, 1965. $1,000 went to various search rescue organizations, $1,000 went to Save Our Ships, $1,000 to Operation Equality, and other funds to the establishment of the Wing Luke Memorial Museum. The article is entitled "Wing Luke Funds Tallied."
||Wing Luke Funds Tallied
||White envelope measuring 3 5/8 x 6 1/2" without flap. The envelope is typed with a return address of "Henry Sing, 1311-13 East 42nd. Seattle Wash." and addressed to "Henry Brotherick Inc. Seattle Wash." The flap also is typed with "Oct. 1944." The glue on the flap has yellowed.
Henry Sing, possibly refers to Wing Luke's father, Lung Sing Luke. The address "1311-13 East 42nd." was Wing Luke's home address at the time.
||Wing Luke Funds Tallied
||Card measures 2 1/2 x 3 3/4." It is laminated and has rounded corners. The card has a dark orange border which indicates that it is for identification only and not a pass and that it is genuine only if watermarked U.S.C.G. The card is issued by "Captain of Port" on the front side, on the left, there is a black and white headshot of Wing Luke. To the right is typed, "Seattle, Washington/ Luke, Wing C./ Sheet Metal Helper/ Seattle Tacoma SHYDS." The background of the front is a yellow-tan color. The back of the card notes that it was issued "Jun 18, 1943." It also gives his citizenship (U.S.A.), Place of Birth (China), Age (18), Height (5-8), Weight (130), Color of eyes (Brown), and color of Hair (Black). It has his signature and the fingerprint of the index finger of his right hand.
||Wing Luke's Identification Card
||Letter typed on Seattle City Council, Wing Luke, Chairman, Judiciary Committee letterhead, printed in black. Paper measures 8 1/2 x 11" and has been folded into thirds. The letter is dated November 8, 1963 and addressed to Mrs. Mary Cubley through an attached letter sent by the donor indicates that the correct spelling of her name is Marie Cribley. The letter thanks her for sending letters relative to her language art classes' interviews regarding the proposed extension of an Expressway. The letter is signed "Very truly yours, Wing Luke," and stapled to the front of this letter in the upper left corner is the donor's letter to the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, dated October 19, 1976.
||Letter documents of Wing Luke
||Ticket printed in black on blue paper which measures 2 7/8 x 5 1/2." In the upper right corner is the " No. 405," indicating the autumn quarter 1946 waiting list number for that ticket of registration for the University of Washington. The upper right corner is bent and the top edge of the ticket shows a perforated edge.
Wing Luke entered the University of Washington in June 1946.
||One sheet of the University of Washington Daily which folds into four pages eash measuring 17 1/2 x 22 1/2." The article pertaining to Wing Luke is entitled, "Callow Elected New ASUW President: Funk, Soriano, Luke Voted Class Officers; Adams, Nilsen Elected." It notes his election as sophomore class president, with 598 votes. The article shows a photograph of Wing Luke, 3/4 view facing the viewer's left. It is the April 17, 1947 edition of the University of Washington Daily. The newspaper pages have been folded into quarters.
||Funk, Soriano, Luke Voted Class Officers; Adams, Nilsen Elected
||Ten individual embossed photographs, each on a rectangular piece of stiff orange-yellow paper board, measuring 3 1/4 x 4." Each board has a flat border with the name and address of the "News Publishing Co. 2312 3rd Ave. Seattle" embossed in the paper. Placed inside of this border is an embossed photographic image of Wing Luke, shown 3/4 view with his body facing the viewer's right and his head turning to face the viewer's left, bust. length, and this image is framed by a raised border. On the back of all ten, written in the depression of this raised border is "Wing Luke." 1992.22.446 B,C,E,F,and I also have red writing printed on the back. On the front sides of 1992.22.446I and J, on Wing Luke's head are black smudges of some sort.
||Embossed photographic image of Wing Luke
||1992.22.456A ia a certificate/ diploma, measuring 6x8." Printed in black, it admits Wing Luke to the degree of bachelor of arts, majoring in Political Science. In the lower right corner, it has the signatures of the president of the university, the president of the board of regents, and the dean. At the top of the certificate appears "The University of Washington" and a scene with two buildings and a mountain just below. In the lower left corner is the University of Washington seal. 1992.22.456B is the purple folder which the diploma came in. The folder measures 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" closed and 8 1/2 x 13"open. It has a gold seal of the University of Washington on the outside of the front cover. The inside of the folder is lined with shiny yellow material with a design of stacked U forms.
||The Certificate/ Diploma of Wing Luke
||Measures approx. 7 1/2" x 10 1/2." In the upper right corner is a strip of newspaper glued to clipping which notes its date and source, "July 16, 1964 Beacon Hill News." The top line to the left of this strip has the title, "Chinese Community Chooses Queen." The article is 3 paragraphs long in a single column and notes the crowning of Lilly Woo as queen of the Chinese Community. To the right is a large photographic image of a group standing and posing for a group picture, including Wing Luke, the master of ceremonies for the selection of the Chinese community queen, on the far left.
||Chinese Community Chooses Queen
||Measures approx. 8 3/4" x 9 1/4." The top line has the title, "Art Auction Aids Pike Place Market." Below the title is a large photographic image of a large group of people standing in an area of the Pike Place Market looking at a man on a stage holding a painting. To the left of the man, framing the left side, also on the stage, and shown from the back in 3/4 view facing right, is Wing Luke. The caption notes the occurence of an auction to raise money for the "Friends of the Market." Wing Luke was there to help spot biggers. The end of the caption notes the source as the Seattle Times, as the photo was a "Times Staff Photo." The date of the article is written in blue pen above the title: "11/22/64."
||Art Auction Aids Pike Place Market
||Mimeographed copy of remarks made by Wing Luke as aseattue attorney for a one-day conference on housing for minority families at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in Seattle, Washington, on April 14, 1955, entitled "Housing Problems as felt by Chinese-Americans of Seattle." Typed on three page has a rip on the right side near the middle. The three pages have once been folded horizontally in half, and the three pages are all stapled together in their upper left corners.
||Mimeographed Copy of Remarks
||8 1/2 x 11" sheet of stationery has a 1 1/2 x 2 1/2" photographic image of Wing Luke, shown portrait-style, bust-length, in the upper right corner. To the left of the image, printed in black, are "Ken Richard, Campaign Director: 5012 1/2 University Way" in small print at the top, "Wing Luke, For Seattle Concil" in larger print beneath, and the phone number "LA 2-0466," in small print below that. The sheet of stationary is white except for the bottom 2 1/8" which is grey with black text listing " Highlights From Wing Luke's Activities" in high school, college, military service, civic service and his business career.
||Campaign Stationery for Wing Luke
||1992.34.12A is a letter on a single sheet of paper with mostly carbon copy print except for the inside address to Wing Luke which is typed directly on the sheet. The sheet measures 8 1/2 x 11" and has been folded into 3 parts. The letter is dated April 8, 1961 and notifies Wing Luke that he has been elected a member of the Board of Trustees of the Chinese Community Service Organization. The letter is signed Warren Chan, President of the Chinese Community Service Organization. 1992.34.12B is the envelope accompanying the letter. It measures 4 1/8 x 9 1/2" closed. The envelope is printed in black, in the front upper left corner, with the return address of Chan, Cafferty, Bonnell and Uhlman, Attorneys at Law. The envelope is typed, near the front middle, with the address of Wing Luke. In the front upper right corner is a purple 4- cent stamp, postmariced April 8, 1961. The envelope has been opened with the flap torn 1/4 of the way from the left.
||Chinese Community Service Organization Letter to Wing Luke
||1992.34.13A is a carbon copy of a letter sent by Wing Luke on August 16, 1961 to the editor of the "Chinese-American Times" in New York. The letter requests a subscription to the newspaper. At the time of the letter, Wing Luke is Assistant Attorney General. The letter measures 8 1/2 x 11." 1992.34.13B is a letter of response to Wing Luke. It is typed on "Chinese-American Times" letterhead, printed in brown, and dated August 21, 1961. The letter measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2." 1992.34.13C is the April 1957 Edition of the Chinese-American Times, Volume 3, No. 4. The front page has a short message written to Wing Luke from Bill Chang at the top. The paper consists of 1 sheet of newspaper folded into 4 pages and then folded in half. Each page measures 11 x 17." 1992.34.13B is stapled to the front of 1992.34.13C.
||Letter with Newspaper
||The newsletter is entitled the "Seattle Chinese Community Newsletter," and is the May 1961 Edition, Vol. 1, No.1. It is formed of 6 pages stapled together in the upper left corner and folded 4 3/8" up from the bottom. Each page measures 8 1/2 x 14." Wing Luke is mentioned on the front page under "Seattle Chinese Community Names in Recent Academic Activities," as recently admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and as principal speaker for Roosevelt high Schools Senior Luncheon. In an article on the Chinese Community Service Organization "Macao Night," Wing Luke also is mentioned as a member of the board of directors for the organization. Page 5 and 6 of the newsletter are written in Chinese, on page 2, Wing Luke is mentioned as advisor to the newsletter.
||Seattle Chinese Community Newsletter
||The newsletter is formed of 4 sheets of paper, printed in green, frony and back, to form 8 pages, the last 2 of which are written in Chinese. Each sheet measures 8 1/2 x 14" and all 4 are stapled together in the upper left corner and folded 3 1/8" up from the bottom. The newsletter is entitled the "Seattle Chinese Community Newsletter," and is the August 1961 Edition, Vol. 1, No.4. Wing Luke is mentioned on page 4 as an advisor to the newsletter.
||Seattle Chinese Community Newsletter
||Letter formed of 3 sheets of white 8.5 x 14", numbered 6, 7, and 8 and stapled in the upper left hand corner. This was to accompany 5 pages of answers to the questionnaire of the kind county area committee on political education (C.O.P.E.) (See 1992.034.17). Pages 6 and 7 entitled "Appendix 1" is a letter to Mrs. Toby Reid, the Secreteary of the Screening Committe of C.O.P.E., expressing briefly Wing Luke's desire to appear before the screening committee of C.O.P.E. and some of his credentions. Starting on Page 7 and continuing to Page 8, entitled "Appendix 2," lists his biographical sketch.
||Letter to C.O.P.E. Screening Committee
||Three pages of 8.5 x 11" paper. A-B consist of typed remarks made by Wing Luke at a meeting on August 17, 1960, commenting on the need for a Chinese-American organization. C is typed only with the heading "Remarks, August 17, 1960" at the top of one side of the paper.
||3 3/8 x 5 3/8." The thank you card is printed in black on stiff white paper with a raised White 1/2 border. The card has a centered heading of "Wing Luke, 914 James Street, Seattle," followed by two sentences of thanks from Wing Luke for help with his campaign.
Wing Luke ran in and won the 1962 election for Seattle City Concil, position number 5.
||Thank You Card of Wing Luke
||4 x 8" card on stiff paper, printed in black. One side, vertically displaced, is entitled "Sample Ballot" at the top. It highlights voting yes on the School Levy and then lists various charter amendments and the candidates for comptroller, transfer and positions 1-5 of the Seattle City Concil. Next to Wing Luke in position 5 is an "X." At the bottom of this side is a section including "Highlights in Wing Luke's Active Life." The reverse side is horizontally displaced; divided into two sections. The right section has an address label and a postage stamp. The left section has "Wing Luke Position 5" at the top, a picture of Wing Luke next to a quote by him and a signiture of Ruby Chow, endorsing Wing Luke for City Concil. 1992.34.9A and B are of the same card except 1992.34.9A has an address label to Clarence M. Cooper and 1992.34.9B has a label to Mr. Jack H. Hardman.
Wing Luke ran in and won the election for Seattle City Concil, position number 5.
||Campaign Mailing Card of Wing Luke
||3 gold colored match books manufactured by Universal Match, Seattle, on the front face is the name "Hong Kong Restaurant" written in Chinese characters outlined by a green rectangular line. To the right is printed in green "Hong Kong". Below these is printed in green "Chinese Cuisine". Below that, in green, "Be safe-close cover before striking". On the fold up at the bottom is printed in green "507 Maynard Ave. So., Seattle". On the fold at the top in red ink in the foreground and "Hong Kong" printed in green diagonally across the sails. Under this is "Sampan Room" in green. At the bottom is the striking strip.
||3 plasticized menus printed in brown on yellow paper. At the top is Hong Kong Restaurant in Chinese characters below which is "Hong Kong Restaurant, Inc, 507 Maynard Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98104, Tel: 522-0366". To the left of this is a printed gear wheel about 1 1/4" in diameter enclos- ing two flying sea birds over a stylized design for the sea. Below this are listed 8 menu items. At the bottom are eight Chinese characters flanked by two stars. There is a "greek key" border around the printed area. On the reverse side is an identical heading followed by 3 set menus, A,B,C.
||Plasticized black on white printed menu. A top heading of Hong Kong Restaurant in Chinese characters below which is printed "Hong Kong Restaurant, Inc., 407 Maynard Ave. s., Seattle, WA 98104, Tel: 622-0366". Below this is printed "Luncheon Specials" followed by 6 Chinese characters, then a listing of 3 combination plates and a listing of Chow mein dishes. At the bottom are 8 Chinese characters flanked by 2 stars. A patterned border surrounds the printed area. On the reverse side is "Today Special Suggestion - A La Carte" followed by a list of 28 items. a printed border surrounds the printed area.
||Multi-paged menu bound in red cover with gold printed borders of peonies at top and bottom. A dragon in gold and white at upper right, a gold circle at upper left within which are archaic Chinese characters giving the name Hong Kong Restaurant. At the lower half is "Hong Kong" in gold letters, "Restaurant" in white print and "501 Maynard Ave. S., Seattle, Washington" in gold. The cover is bound on the left fold with gold braid. On the back of the cover in white print and illustrations are instructions on "Using the Chopsticks". Inside the cover, fastened with scotch tape, on pink paper is listed "Hong Kong Chef Special". 4 double pages are bound to the cover. The firstfive pages list the food in English, the last 3 pages list the food in Chinese characters. Taped to the inside of the back cover is a menu for party dinners for New Years. The selections are printed within the outlines of a large bag held by Santa Claus. There is also a duplicate of the bound menu tucked in the back of the binder.
||Menu bound in a black pressboard binder. The front is red with a black border. The name Hong Kong Restaurant is printed in black Chinese characters vertically atthe right top section. Beneath this printed in black is "Hong Kong Restaurant". Printed in gold down the left side and across the bottom is a scene showing a Chinese pavillion with three ladies on a balcony, the sea and a Chinese vessel and shoreline along the bottom. At the top is a piece of white paper on which "Desk" is written, taped to the binder. There are 8 pages of menu listings written in English and 2 pages in Chinese characters bound in the binder by a double red cord. They are printed in black on yellow card stock. Most of the English listings have hand written Chinese translations. Inserted inside the cover is a stapled 7 page menu printed in black on white paper. Also inserted are two yellow pages with black print, one listing "Special BBQ suggestions", the other listing 3 special dinner combinations.
||Menu in a plastic covered gold colored binder. On the front is a red line border with floral motifs at the corners. At the top in Chinese characters is the restaurant name. Beneath that is a stylized junk printed in red. Below that is "Hong Kong Restaurant" in red. Below that a floral design. The inside of the binder is white; inserted inside are two sets of well worn menus with eight pages of listings. The first page, a wine list, is in English. The other seven pages are printed in English as well as Chinese characters. They are printed in black on heavy yellow paper stock. All pages have a printed border pattern. Missing binding cord.
||Newspapers, "Minidoka Irrigator", Japanese language, tabloid size, 4 pages, published weekly, 6/10/44, 6/17/44, 2/3/45, 3/10/45, 5/5/45, 5/12/45, 5/19/45 (2), 5/26/45, 6/2/45, 6/9/45, 6/16/45, 6/23/45, 6/30/45, 7/7/45
Weekly newspaper printed in Japanese & English in Minidoka Japanese American Internment Camp
||"The Minidoka Irrigator" newspaper, Saturday, May 19, 1945, Volume V, Number 12, 4 pages, English, published weekly the Minidoka Japanese Internment Camp in Hunt, Idaho
Minidoka Irrigator newspaper published weekly in Japanese American Internment Camp
||Bulletin, print in ink on newsprint in Japanese. WRA information for inter- nees. Katakana characters in upper right say "bulletin". Above WRA is written "help wanted", probably advertising a job open to Japanese Americans, who we by this time being encouraged to take jobs in the eastern part of the United States. tins re schools, fingerprinting, jobs available, etc.
||"The North American Post" newspaper, Wednesday, January 1, 1947, tabloid size, 12 pages, one page in English, the rest in Japanese. The North American Post is a Japanese Community newspaper now published 3 times a week in Japanese
||North American Post
||Two copies of the "International Community News", May 1953 - 8 pages and Feb. 11, 1954 - 4 pages, tabloid size, Seattle. In the 1953, Vol. 1, No. 5 edition under "Local Leaders Honored by Greater Seattle" is an article on Seilichi (sic) Hara. In the 1954, Vol. 2, No. 2 edition is a photograph of the Jackson St. Council including Eeiichi (sic) Hara.
||Booklet, blue cover with gold printing, designed by Gail Hinai, entitled "50th Anniversary, Japanese Presbyterian Church, 1907-1957, Seattle, Washington". First 11 pages in English with photographs, 29 pages in Japanese with photographs starting from the "back".