||Waiters/ Bartender jacket.
Gold with floral pattern collar in black.
||5 - red nylon restauant napkins
||2 - plastic light box signs with "Sampan Room" on each.
A: Smaller sign has image of Chinese boat.
B: Larger with Sampan Room in English and Chinese.
Painting of Hong Kong harbor
||Amber glass ashtray with "Hong Kong Restaurant and logo painted on the bottom.
||4 - sauce dishes
1 - sauce bowl
White ceramic with Hong Kong in English and Chinese.
||Micellaneous menu drafts and copies and a Stimpson Associate menu report.
Dragon and Phoenix motif with Hong Kong Cafe in English and Chinese. Mark on the bottom Chinese character for Literature "wen"
||Chest Of Drawers
||Wooden four drawer clothing bureau with top mirror. Metal feet and wheels.
||Key holding Cabinet.
||Clipboard attached to larger piece of wood.
||Record album 45 RPM, China Night: World Famous Japanese Hit Melodies.
One side is China Night and Japanese Rumba and the other is: Gomennasai and the Soba Song.
||Record album, 33 1/3 RPM, Red plastic disk, 4 " in diameter. In Japanese.
||Record album, orange plastic, single side, 33 1/3 RPM.
||Record album, 45 RPM, Japan's Teen Queen: Michiko Hamumura.
Jacket and album.
||Record album, 78 RPM, Walt Disney's Fun with Music From Many Lands
Sho Jo Ji (Japanese Play song)
Hi To You
The British Gernadier
The Boy at the Dike.
||Record album, 33 1/3 RPM, Rockin' Tokyo
American Top 40 Hits sung by Japan's favorite record stars including:
sigeru Katsumi, Yukijo Asaoka, Kayoko Moriyama, The Beni sisites, Keijiro Yamashita and the Three Funkies
||Record album, 33 1/3 RPM, stereo, In Tokyo-In Love: Norrie Paramor his strings and Orchestra featuring Sukiyaki" "Cherry Blossoms" and other romantic Japanese favorites.
||Monograph phonograph record in two part dust jacket. Glossy cover
Mercury records f:35 Perfect Presence Sound Recording
||Phonograph album, Mercury Custom High fidelity 33 1/3 LP in cover.
||Motion Picture Sound track album of Marlon Brando in Sayonara.
||Black hair wig on cotton foundation.
Women's wig with small braids on pinned each side in circles and a long braid down the back.
Inside is label of "CP Wong Wigmaker, Ch."
||Black hair wig on cotton foundation.
Woman's wig with 2 long pig tails tied with pink bows.
||Black hair wig with cotton foundation.
Woman's wig with braid in the back rolled into a bun.
Faded Chinese label on interior.
||7 - Hair pieces to add to various wigs or hats.
A: Black hair top piece of curls
B: Pair of black hair sides on black thread.
C: Black hair top piece of curls.
D: Black hair pony tail.
E: Black hair cue (Pig tail)
F: Pony tail with colored silk thread tying up the whole and portions.
G: Black hair pony tail.
||Three hair ornaments
A: Small pearls tied to form in flower shape with metal pin to hold to hair.
B: Centra; green stone with diamond type jewels around it attached to a straight pin.
C: Diamond looking stones in floral shaped form attached to a pin.
D: Portion of wood comb
||Tin Wig Box.
Two comparments with hinged upper lid.
On the top is a label in English and Chinese: "C.P. Wong Wig Maker, 74, Tai Ping Loo, Canton"
Inside is a tin wig stand covered with plaid cloth.
2003.028.001 - 005 are inside.
||Three stringed Chinese plucked instrument with round soundbox.
||Gold colored rail road spike with 1869 engraved on side. Small screw hole on one side. Chinn.
||Professional autographed football jersey
||Football player's game day shoes 2002
||6' Buck Saw used in the lumber industry in Washington.
Donor's father Nobuichi Yutani (1896-1976) worked for Weyerhouser for several years after 1910.
||Ivory statue on iron wood stand.
Carved ivory of Quan Yin.
||Pair of blue and white ceramic earrings with brass floral caps and single interior rod. One missing top cap and ear wire.
||Leather folding purse, painted with dragon design. Metal dragon clasp and metal chain strap with metal and ivory end piece. To be used by male and worn through belt or sash.
||2 - Wooden rectangular table, 1 - painted, 1 - unpainted.
||3 - square top wooden tables with angular legs.
||2 - wood spindle chairs, 1 - painted.
||2 - metal bed frames, 1 - springbox.
||3 - wood, double door armoires.
||2 - 3 burner gas stoves wiht oven. 1 - Wedgewood, one painted.
||1 - wood 5 panel interior door.
||3 - wall mounted hand sinks.
||1 - Wedgewood Range, enamel coated steel.
||Enamel metal sink cabinet.
||Enamel steel pot.
||3 - wood Medicine cabinets with mirrors
||Plywood Dragon from Silver Dragon Restaurant Bar.
||3 - menus - Tai Li Hee Seafood Restaurant.
||Neon signage for Tai Li Hee Seafood Restaurant. Neon pieces taken from awning above entrance to restaurant on 7th Ave S.
||2 - Nylon Flags made by Paramount Flag Co., San Francisco.
A: Nationalist Chinese flag
B: United States flag
||5 - decorative wood carving pieces painted gold.
A-B: Phoenix and Dragon L: 23", H: 15"
C - D: Bats around a "Lu" (riches) symbol Dia: 12"
E: Larger circular wave frame for one of the Bat pieces. Dia: 20.25"
||2 - metal, tin, peacocks painted green and gold.
Decorative one dimension hanging peacocks.
||Plastic hanging lantern.
"Eastern Artistical Lanterns of China King Palatial Styles" Made in Hong Kong
Lantern is in its original box and has never been opened.
||Metal wire "ballon" whisk
||Black terry cloth towel with metal gromet and hanger.
"South China Restaurant" embroidered in center.
||Wood and metal award plaque.
International Examiner 1992 Community Voice Award to Sid and Dan Ko for exemplary and dedicated service to Seattle's Asian and Pacific Community.
||Wood and metal award plaque.
Seattle Asian sports Club In appreciation to South China Restaurant SASC Sponsor 2001-2002
||Body armour of Kendo Bogu
||Bogu Kendo helmut and mask, childs.
||Bamboo kendo sword
||Blue tenugui with white kanji character.
||Green tenugui with white Kanji character.
||Kendo Tare Armour, cloth and leather.
||1 - Ichimatsu doll in glass case
||Purple baseball flag and movable pole in carrying bag.
||Silver cup trophy Nippon Athletic Cub winners 1931
||Three wooden baseball bats.
A: Black taped handle; B: Light colored wood; C: Dark Wood.
||Leather baseball mitt.
||Baseball calligraphy scroll, North American Japanese Chamber of Commerce Cup.
||Nippon Baseball uniform, Sponsored by the Klondike Cafe.
||6 - Copies of the commemorative program for the Bruce Lee Collectors Exhibit presented by Inter*Im in Seattle June 26 - December 2003.
||Poster for Seattle teachers - "We Can't Work for Peanuts Anymore" January 13, 1989
||Protest Poster against the war in Iraq for a protest at the Seattle Center February 15, 2003.
||Red plastic ball point pen. Written in white is "Tets Auto Repair, 317 12th Ave Seattle WA 98122"
||a + b: White teapot with lid, teapot decorated with two dragons and gold lines along rim, handle and spout, lid decorated with red Chinese characters and gold lines along handle and around characters.
||a-c: 3 white teacups with dragon design on outer surface, gold line along rim and base
||a+b: Brown teapot with lid, handle of pot and lid connected by knotted red string, textured design with Chinese characters
||Leaf shaped green ceramic dish
||a-c: White teacup set with cup, lid, and dish; white with painted floral designs on all three pieces
||a+b: Brown ceramic teapot with lid, bamboo shaped spout and lids, bamboo design extending from spout to one side of pot.
||Brown wooden stand
||a: Ceramic teacup, large Chinese character on one side of cup, smaller characters on opposite side, brown on outer surface, white on inner surface, two Chinese characters on bottom of white surface
Measurements: Diam- 2 in, height-1.25 in
b: Ceramic teacup, two large Chinese characters on one side, smaller characters on opposite side, brown on outer surface, white on inner surface
Measurements: Diam-1.75 in, height-2 in
||a+b: White ceramic teacup with handle and lid, divet on rim of cup, vent hole on lid
Measurements: diam-2.75 in, height-3.25 in, length-3.5 in
c: White ceramic teacup
Measurements: diam-3.5 in, height-2 in
||Brown ceramic holder, brown on outer surface, white on inner surface
||a-c: Brown wooden tray, carving on two ends of surface, removable carved rectangular piece on surface, black plastic sliding tray below wooden tray surface
||a-f: Wooden utensil set with holder set, two pieces with holder set, four wooden utensil
a+b: height-4.5 in, diam-2.75 in
c: length-7.5 in, width-.75 in
d: length-7.5 in, width-1 in, height-.75 in
e: length-8 in, width-1.25 in, height-.5 in
f: length-7 in, width-.5 in, height-.5 in
||Green square napkin, yellow embroidered Chinese characters on lower right corner, fringed edges
||Black wooden trivet, carved around rim
||Greenish-Gray rectangular napkin, orange and yellow embroidery with two Chinese characters on center, grayish fabric on side opposite of embroidery
||a+b: Brown ceramic teapot and lid with bamboo designs, Chinese characters on one side
||Brown ceramic bowl, fish and animal designs around outer surface
||a-d: Four brown ceramic teacups, square stamp on outer surface, white glazing on inner surface
||Brown wooden stand in the shape of a tree trunk
||Reddish-brown wooden trivet, carved around side
||a+b: Brown ceramic teapot with lid, Chinese characters on one side, fruit and branch design on opposite side
||a+b: Brown ceramic teapot with lid, red knotted string connecting handle of lid and teapot, six-sided teapot with floral designs on four sides, Chinese characters on lid
||Universal Multi-Column Book
Black and maroon hard cover.
entries of total expenses from January 1939 - April 11, 1942
Hard cover book with black and maroon
Check register for the Hotel NP from January 1, 1917 - December 31, 1920
Black and maroon hard cover book
Room accounts from august 1941 - April 30, 1942
||Bergman suitcase dark green with beige edging. Metal snap locks.
||a+b: Childrens straw snow boots, yuki-gutsu, woven into round toe shape, blue and white cloth border, plaited technique in toe area, twining technique on second half up to opening of boot
||Hangiri, large wooden tub used for tossing sushi rice, or tsukemono bound on side with twisting strips of wood, three large wood panels on tossing surface, metal hook on outer surface
||Ohitsu- Wooden rice container with lid, two metal rings around outer surface of container and lid, base of container with four legs
||Mino or Raincape
Straw Northern Mino with colar design of Torii Gate in dark thread on the straw background. Decorative tassels of Seaweed hang on each side of the collar.
The interior has a separate lining of diagonal open weave straw lattice.
||Japanese print of man making a large Hangiri
||Black Dragon Inkstone
||Two piece traditional gi costume made in Korea.
||Small Sake Cask Tasu
||Wood box Bonito Shaver Katsuobushi
||Folding wooden Go Board
||Go pieces in wood containers
||Hot water metal kettle for tea
||Hana Fuda Card Game
||Three square wooden Sake cups
||Japanese Byobu Screen, Three swimming Koi in a pond
||Japanese Byobu Screen, Pair of water fowl in winter.
||4 - legs to Go board
||2 -CARVED WOOD FIGURES
||round glazed clay saki bottle with center opening.
||Green glazed ceramic water bottle to add water to Japanese ink.
Crackle glaze with white cranes and clouds.
||Glazed clay water bottle for adding water to Japanese ink.
||Glazed clay water bottle for adding water to Japanese ink.
||Paper box with three Japanese sumi ink paint brushes.
||Two Japanese sticks of ink for Sumi painting in boxes.
||Silver Trophy Cup with golfer on the top. Engraved on the side is:
Japanese Golf Association
S. Fukuda Trophy won by Dr. T. Uchida
||Yellow Short Sleeved t-shirt with silk screen printing.
David Della for Seattle City Council
||White cotton t-shirt with printed campaign slogan
Mee Moua the forst Hmong elected to state office in the US. In Minnesota, State Senate
Asian Pacific Americans for Clinton Gore 1996
||Red cotton T-shirt
Asian Pacific Women's Network LA
Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership
Democrats Victory '92
||A group 9 Batik Pattern Squares. Approx 14in by 14in. The color of each cloth is off white. The design on the cloth is mostly an olive color with some black transferinfg to the cloth. Each square has it own unique design. The designs represent people, and events.
||A group of 28 H'mong Batik Pattern Squares . The color of each cloth is white. The design on the colth is done in a dark to medium brown wax color. Each square has it own unique design. These designs represent people and events. The designs were not dyed but copied and reversed for use in the book.
Small cream colored sticker on the back of each square labeled "BHY", possibly for Blia Hang Yang.
||A dark blue Batik square cloth with white and light blue designs. The area around the design is solid blue, with one white spot of wax. On this particular square, woman used a smooth store bought cloth, they believe that the smooth surface of this cloth cause the wax not to adherer properly, therefore giving the finally design a "messy" look. It is also important to note, that the women used a frying pan, which had been purchased at a Goodwill store, it may have had residual grease on it.
||A dark blue square, with an embroidery farm scene. The embroidery work is framed by two rows of white fabric, separated by the blue. The colors chosen for the scene are bright orange, pink, green yellow and aqua blue. Other colors used are black, grey, brown, and white. The scene shows mean and women preforming their daily duties on a farm. Women in this scene are show wearing their batik skirts. Which demonstrates that the patterns used for everyday would have consisted of one or two simple patterns. It is believed that H'mong women learned this technique of embroidery by watching Cambodia refugee women in the camps of Thailand.
||A small fabric square with embroidery work. This would have been used for a ceremonial pocket.
The square consist of the following colors: hot pink, green , yellow, red, and white. Much of the hand stitching was done in red thread. The embroidery work found in the center is done in white with some small amount of black thread.
The design uses a hot pink fabric has its backdrop, there are green triangles shapes forming a square. The next design consist of three lines of fabric two yellow rows with a green row in between, which then forms a square around a second group of a lighter green group of triangles. The second group of lines are form using the colors of green, pink, and white. This leads the eye to the center piece, which is the embroidery work. The design resembles two circles with straight lines, side by side leading to a second group of circles.
||Embroidered, batik and applique cloth square. Purple-blue border and center pattern. Batik background. Made for Seattle market in 1984-1985. Made in Seattle by members of H'mong Women's Needlecraft Association or the member's relatives.
||Pieced and appliqued batik rectangle. Batik center is dark indigo pattern on gray cloth. The pieced and appliqued border is maroon, gray, and beige strips of cotton or polyester cloth. The batik center is appliqued with gray cloth borders and a maroon cloth zig-zag design. Self-backed with maroon cloth.
||Cross-stitched and pieced square. Center is cross-stitched design in lavender, pink, orange, dark green, light green, purple, brown, aqua, amd olive green thread on white mesh. Pieced border is mitred strips of green, blue, and lavender cotton-polyester fabric. Lavender inner border is embroidered with dark blue and lime green stitches. Backing is undyed muslin.
||Cross-stitch, applique and piced sqaure. Center is cross-stitch design in green, aqua, red, brown, green, yellow, blue, white and black embroidery thread. Applique and pieced border is medium blue, light blue and white fabric making two rows of appliqued trianlges separated by thin white pieced strips. Piece is self-backed with medium-blue fabric.