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2008.013.001.020 Button Three round campaign buttons "Hillary for U.S. Senate" "www.hillary2000.org" Blue
2008.013.001.021 Button Rectangle Campaign button "Hillary - Senate 2000" Blue
2008.013.001.022 Button Round campaign button "Another New Yorker for Hillary" Blue with New York State background image
2008.013.001.023 Button Round campaign button "Jim McDermott" "Congress" "Democrat - 7th District" Blue
2008.013.001.024 Button Oval campaign button "I'm For Tomio Moriguchi" Pink
2008.013.001.025 Button Oval campaign button "Shake up the Systemi" "Register & Vote1" "National Urban League" White
2008.013.001.026 Button Round campaign button "2001 Kwong Hui" "Democrat for City Council District One" "Principles, Perseverance, Results" Blue
2008.013.001.027 Button Round campaign button "Dinkins Mayor" [Hebrew text] White
2008.013.001.028 Button Round campaign button "Dinkins" Blue with red apple image
2008.013.001.029 Button Rectangle campaign button "Bill Bradley" "For President" Blue
2008.013.001.030 Button Rectangle campaign button "GoreLieberman 2000" Blue
2008.013.001.031 Button Round Presidential Campaign Button 1968 Robert Kennedy "Kennedy Action Corps" White
2008.013.001.032 Button Round Presidential Campaign Button 1968 Robert Kennedy "Kennedy" Blue
2008.014.001 Poster Poster, political campaign for Ruby Chow. "RUBY CHOW // DEMOCRAT 5TH DISTRICT // KING CONTY COUNCIL" in green and black print on white background. Image of Ruby Chow on left of poster. "MADE BY VOLUNTEERS // CITIZENS FOR RUBY CHOW" stamped on bottom right corner of poster.
2008.014.002 Poster Poster, political campaign for Ruby Chow. "RE-ELECT // Ruby // Chow // KING COUNTY COUNCIL // * DEMOCRAT" on whiteboard printed with maroon background. "MADE BY VOLUNTEERS // Citizens to Re-elect Ruby Chow // P.O. Box 18795 // Seattle, WA 98118" stamped on top right corner of poster.
2008.014.003 Poster Poster, political campaign for Warren Chan. "ELECT // WARREN // CHAN // SUPERIOR COURT // JUDGE // POSITION NO. 3" in red, white and blue print on white board, partial blue background.
2008.014.025 Plaque Plaques. Made for the Chinese American Service Awards, Seattle, WA. circa late 1960s to early 1970s. A - M: Plaques in accompanying boxes. Made of dark wood (cherry?) in an overall heart shape with a curved and pointed detail at the top of the piece. Ivory figure of Confucius attached at the center of plaque. Dimensions of figure: 6 x 1 1/2 in. Brass hanging bracket attached to back. "Made in Hong Kong" stamped on back in blue ink. J - M, accompanying box starting to fox, need to replace. N - O: Plaques in accompanying boxes. Made of lighter wood (pine?) in an overall heart shape with a curved and pointed detail at the top of the piece. Ivory figure of Confucius attached at the center of plaque. Dimensions of figure: 6 x 1 1/2 in. Brass hanging bracket attached to back. P: Wooden crate plaques were shipped in from "Hip Hing Ivory Factory", Hong Kong to Ruby Chow, Seattle WA. Wooden planks (pine) nailed together. Pieces of wire strung inside, one wire in vertical and horizontal directions. Dimensions: 9 x 18 x 12 7/8 in.
2008.015.001 Suitcase Suitcase, red-brown leather. Leather handle on top of suitcase. Two leather straps with buckles on ends to the left and right sides of suitcase. Three locking metal closures on the left, center, and right of top of suitcase. Keys accompany closures. Attached to right buckle is a luggage identification tag printed, unless otherwise noted: "- FROM - BEN'S // Transfer and Storage Co. // Baker, Oregon // George Lee [in pencil] // Lot No. // Piece No. 18 [18 in pencil]". Two stickers attached to center of front lid, partially ripped off: (1) rectangular sticker, black characters [illegible] on red background (2) oval sticker, red, yellow and black. Image of a steam ship with part of the word "CANADIAN" legible. Below are the words "NAME", "SS" and "ROOM" printed in black ink with Chinese characters written in after each word. Appears to be an luggage identification tag for traveling by ship. Interior lined with seafoam green satin fabric with two thin leather straps on interior of lid. Interior fabric stained and discolored near edges. Small pocket on interior lid, 11 x 6 in. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee.
2008.015.002 Dress Dress, Chinese. Floral print, blue flowers with orange centers on white. Short sleeved. Collar with white embroidered clasp, with another to the left. One metal snap to close dress. 10 smaller white embroidered clasps down along the side of dress for closures. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee.
2008.015.003 Dress Dress, Chinese. Floral print, yellow and blue flowers on white. Short sleeved. Collar with white embroidered clasp, with another to the left. One metal snap to close dress. 10 smaller white embroidered clasps down along the side of dress for closures. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee.
2008.015.004 Tunic Women's Tunic, Chinese. Black. Tunic made of black shiny fabric. Short sleeved, collared. 7 embroidered closures: 2 on collar, one to the left of the collar and 4 along the left side. On inside, fabric is brown in color. White label with purple characters sewn to inside of collar. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee. See 2008.015.005 for matching pants.
2008.015.005 Pants Women's Pants, Chinese. Black and white. Shiny black fabric with white fabric at waist. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee. See 2008.015.004 for matching tunic.
2008.015.006 Tunic Women's Tunic, Chinese. Black. Tunic made of black shiny fabric with geometric patterning. Short sleeved, collared. 7 embroidered closures: 2 on collar, one to the left of the collar and 4 along the left side. On inside, fabric is brown. White label with purple characters sewn to inside of collar. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee.. See 2008.015.007 for matching pants.
2008.015.007 Pants Women's Pants, Chinese. Black and white. Shiny black fabric with geometric patterning with white fabric at waist. Belonged to George and Lonnie Lee.. See 2008.015.006 for matching tunic.
2008.016.001.001 Button round political button, "United States Census 2000" red background with white text. The census determines allocation of public resources and services. In the 2000 Census, Asians really participated and worked to ensure that members of API community filled them out. Commemorates activities by Seattle-based Asian Pacific Americans to get APAs to fill out Census forms as well as voice opinions at Census Hearings about various issues, namely racial identification. Census information is important in that it sets governmental resource allocations.
2008.016.001.002 Button round political button, "Justice for Vincent Chin." Top half is red background with white text "Justice for" and bottom half is white background with red text "Vincent Chin." Local members of the Asian community participated in demonstrations calling for justice for the killers of Vincent Chin.
2008.016.001.003 Button round political button, yellow background with black text. "Yellow Peril." Commemorates the part of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California Berkeley campus and San Francisco State campus in which students of colors lobbied for the creation of an ethnic studies department. Asian American Studies was formally instituted at both campuses following the longest student strike in U.S. history led by the Black Student Union and Third World Liberation Front at State and the Third World Liberation Front at Berkeley.
2008.016.001.004 Button round political button, white background, black text and image. "Self-Determination" "T.W.L.F." drawing of a raised fist in center of the button. Third World Liberation Front, Berkely Commemorates the part of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California Berkeley campus and San Francisco State campus in which students of colors lobbied for the creation of an ethnic studies department. Asian American Studies was formally instituted at both campuses following the longest student strike in U.S. history led by the Black Student Union and Third World Liberation Front at State and the Third World Liberation Front at Berkeley.
2008.016.001.005 Button round political button, pale orange textured background with black text. "art wang" "Democrat" "27th District State Rep" Judge Art Wang ran for State Representative and was elected
2008.016.001.006 Button round political button, yellow background with red text and image. "Different Tongues" "Different Customs" "One Dream" Image is a round globe imposed with the outline of the statue of liberty, encircled with flags from different nations. Text runs in circle around the flags. Commemorates the ongoing campaign for comprehensive language access and against 'English only' legislation, probably in the late 1980s
2008.016.001.007 Button round political button, white background with black text and image, punctuated with red slash mark. "BOYCOTT" "Non-Union" "Coors". Strike was successful in forcing Coors to hire and train people of color for the first time. Commemorates the Coors company establishing an agreement to hire more people of color and training them, an early development of affirmative action. This is the first such agreement struck between workers and a private company, which is owned by a family with a reputation of staunch conservatism.
2008.016.001.008 Button round political button, black background with yellow text. "Better active today than radioactive tomorrow." Commemorates a Washington based campaign against anti-nuclear proliferation
2008.016.001.009 Button round political button, white background with red text and image. "No Nukes!" an image of a red crab with a nuclear symbol on its back. "Crabshell Alliance" Commemorates a Washington based campaign against anti-nuclear proliferation
2008.016.001.010 Button round political button, blue background with yellow text and image. "Arms are for linking" Image of two peace signs and four 'paper doll' figures that are linked together. Commemorates a Washington based campaign against anti-nuclear proliferation
2008.016.001.011 Button square political button, white background, blue text on top "Honor Diversity", blue rectangle on bottom with white text inside it "Stop Hate Crimes". On back edges in blue text: "Human Rights Commission 687-5177" "Eugene Public Safety 9-1-1" "City of Eugene" "Intergovernmental Relations" Commemorates anti-hate crime work in Washington and promotes diversity, generally. The Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment (NWCAMH) was created in 1987 in response to the Aryan Nation's annual meeting near Hayden Lake, Idaho on July 12, 1986. At the same time the Aryan Nation was meeting, over 1,000 people rallied in nearby city parks to celebrate human rights. After the rally, a steering committee was formed to develop a mechanism to maintain on-going efforts against bigotry in the Northwest. The result was NWCAMH, a nonprofit umbrella entity devoted to eradicate discriminatory violence by working in cooperation with human rights organizations, places of worship, law enforcement, grassroots community groups and organized labor. The coalition works with constituents in six states--Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Located in Seattle, their motto was: "If you're concerned about bias crimes, intimidation, harassment, or other attacks on civil and human rights, NWCAMH should be your first contact."
2008.016.001.012 Button round political button, white background, black text, brown, red and black image. "We Shall Overcome The Fires of Hate" Image has a brown church in the background, punctuated by four pairs of tongues of flame, with white hands outlined in black grasping each other in front of the church. Commemorates anti-hate crime work in Washington and promotes diversity, generally. The Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment (NWCAMH) was created in 1987 in response to the Aryan Nation's annual meeting near Hayden Lake, Idaho on July 12, 1986. At the same time the Aryan Nation was meeting, over 1,000 people rallied in nearby city parks to celebrate human rights. After the rally, a steering committee was formed to develop a mechanism to maintain on-going efforts against bigotry in the Northwest. The result was NWCAMH, a nonprofit umbrella entity devoted to eradicate discriminatory violence by working in cooperation with human rights organizations, places of worship, law enforcement, grassroots community groups and organized labor. The coalition works with constituents in six states--Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Located in Seattle, their motto was: "If you're concerned about bias crimes, intimidation, harassment, or other attacks on civil and human rights, NWCAMH should be your first contact."
2008.016.001.013 Button round political button, white background, black text: "Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment" "NWCAMH" "To Find Common Ground" Image in blue, yellow, green and black: blue sky, yellow sun above green, snow-capped mountains, black bird outline against the sun and the sky. Commemorates anti-hate crime work in Washington and promotes diversity, generally. The Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harassment (NWCAMH) was created in 1987 in response to the Aryan Nation's annual meeting near Hayden Lake, Idaho on July 12, 1986. At the same time the Aryan Nation was meeting, over 1,000 people rallied in nearby city parks to celebrate human rights. After the rally, a steering committee was formed to develop a mechanism to maintain on-going efforts against bigotry in the Northwest. The result was NWCAMH, a nonprofit umbrella entity devoted to eradicate discriminatory violence by working in cooperation with human rights organizations, places of worship, law enforcement, grassroots community groups and organized labor. The coalition works with constituents in six states--Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Located in Seattle, their motto was: "If you're concerned about bias crimes, intimidation, harassment, or other attacks on civil and human rights, NWCAMH should be your first contact."
2008.016.001.014 Button round political button, orange background with black text and brown image. Text: "Ellensburg" "July 8-10, 1977" Image: Brown bird with "=" sign and sign for female cut out of the bird exposing the orange background color. Washington State's International Women's Year Conference, a congressionally-mandated and federally funded event to identify and discuss solutions to problems faced by women. Between 1972 and 1977, the United States was embroiled in debates over women's rights and the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. As a result of the these conversations and the United Nations Council designation of 1976 as International Women's Year, the US Federal Government, as mandated by Congress, funded conferences in various US cities to garner support for the ERA. The Washington State conference occurred in Ellensburg between July 8-10, 1977, with 4,000 registered women and 2,000 waiting to join in the conference proceedings. The conference covered many topics, including caucuses of Asian American women.
2008.016.001.015 Button round political button, white background with blue text. "ERA" "'Equality of Rights Under the Law Shall Not Be Denied Or Abridged By the United States Or By Any State on Account of Sex'" On the back there is a yellow sticker with brown text: " INSTA-BUTTON" "mfgd. by The Richmark Co. 1110 E Pine St. Seattle Wash 98122" This button commemorates the campaign in Washington State to pass the Equal Rights Amendment, which was successful in 1972. The Equal Rights Amendment was a US Constitutional amendment proposed by the 92nd US congress to the States for ratification after first passing the House on October 12, 1977 then the Senate on March 22, 1972. After being introduced into every Congressional session between 1923 and 1970, the amendment was passed to ensure, as Section 1 of the amendment reads, "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex." The Amendment had seven years to be ratified by at least 38 states. Only 35 ratified, and of those, 5 rescinded their ratification before the1979 deadline.
2008.016.001.016 Button round political button, white background with red text: "ferraro #26" Geraldine Ferraro was the Vice Presidential running mate to the Democratic Presidential candidate, Walter Mondale, in 1984. She was the first women VP running mate of any national party.
2008.016.001.017 Button round political button, silver background with black text and image. Text: "Lotus Blossom Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Image: Lotus blossom drawn in black lines. Sticker on back is yellow with brown text reading "Insta-Button MFGD. by The Richmark Co. 1110 E Pine St. Seattle, Wash. 98122." Lotus Blossom refers to a mainstream movie. This button was used in the Asian Women's movement in the 70's. Commemorates the Asian American Women's caucus to the 1977 Washington States Women's Conference in Ellensburg. Between 1972 and 1977, the United States was embroiled in debates over women's rights and the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. As a result of the these conversations and the United Nations Council designation of 1976 as International Women's Year, the US Federal Government, as mandated by Congress, funded conferences in various US cities to garner support for the ERA. The Washington State conference occurred in Ellensburg between July 8-10, 1977, with 4,000 registered women and 2,000 waiting to join in the conference proceedings. The conference covered many topics, including caucuses of Asian American women. "Lotus Blossom" is in reference to a main stream movie that depicted stereotypic racist images of Asian women and. The caucus was from Seattle and organized by Maria Batayola, Ticiang Diangsen and Sally Kuzama. They fought for women's rights in the Asian community.
2008.016.001.018 Button round political button, white background with purple text. "November 12th Mobilize for Women's Lives" "Across the USA & Washington, DC" Commemorates National Organization for Women's (NOW) "Mobilize for Women's Lives," march in Washington DC on November 12, 1989. The march was in response to threats to reproductive rights with Missouri's anti-abortion laws pending before the Supreme Court, and the Bush administration siding with abortion foes, explicitly urging reversal of Roe v. Wade. NOW's April 1989 March for Women's Lives drew crowds that had not been seen in Washington since the Vietnam protests of 1969 and 1971. After organizing a recording-breaking crowd of 600,000 in April, NOW followed up with a rally of 350,000 that fall - the November, 1989 "Mobilize for Women's Lives" at the Lincoln memorial. Reference: NOW website.
2008.016.001.019 Button round political button, yellow background with red text and image. "wahine power" image of a floral garland or lei tied with bow. Wahine is Hawaiian word for woman/girl. This button was used in Seattle by the API community advocating for women's rights. Commemorates the Asian American Women's caucus to the 1977 Washington States Women's Conference in Ellensburg. Between 1972 and 1977, the United States was embroiled in debates over women's rights and the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. As a result of the these conversations and the United Nations Council designation of 1976 as International Women's Year, the US Federal Government, as mandated by Congress, funded conferences in various US cities to garner support for the ERA. The Washington State conference occurred in Ellensburg between July 8-10, 1977, with 4,000 registered women and 2,000 waiting to join in the conference proceedings. The conference covered many topics, including caucuses of Asian American women. "Wahine" is a the Hawaiian word for women and also references the caucus. The caucus was from Seattle and organized by Maria Batayola, Ticiang Diangsen and Sally Kuzama. They fought for women's rights in the Asian community.
2008.016.001.020 Button octagon shaped political button, made to look like a stop sign. White border, red background with white text "STOP" and black text "Domestic Violence" Back of button has the following text printed in black "Donnelly/Colt" "Buttons" "206-455-9621" "FAX 203-455-9597"
2008.016.001.021 Button Three (a,b,c) round political buttons with white background and black text "Asian and Pacific Islanders for Jesse Jackson '88" Image in yellow, blue, red and green shows a yellow bamboo-like circle border around a blue cresting wave that has a rainbow under-side, and an ocean front with blue half-circles containing red interiors, outlined in green. One of the three (c) buttons has a rainbow ribbon pinned to it that is 1.5" wide and hangs down 2.5" below the button. The Rainbow Coalition, a coalition of people color, alternative and peace activists.
2008.016.001.022 Button Four (a,b,c and d) round political buttons with white background and blue and red text. Blue text: "Jesse Jackson" Red text: "'88" Used by members of the Rainbow Coalition, a coalition of people of color, alternative and peace activists.
2008.016.001.023 Button a rectangular political button made of paper with a metal bracket and plastic photo of Jesse Jackson. Paper rectangle is red, white and blue, with a shield in the center that has a black frame overlaid on it, the black frame has a raised plastic portrait of Jesse Jackson in the center of it. Used by the Rainbow Coalition to support Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign in 1988.
2008.016.001.024 Button Two round political buttons with a white background, red text: "The day PEACE broke out" and blue text: " December 31, 1986" beneath a yellow line and blue circle. 1986 Electronic convergence at Seattle's King Dome whose purpose was for participants to meditate in concert with others world wide on that same day. The subject of meditation was world peace. Attendance at the King Dome was reported as ? full.
2008.016.001.025 Button round political button with white background and blue text: "Peace is Patriotic" "www.DOPcampaign.org" and image in blue, red and white of white dove holding red olive branch on blue circular background, and with red stripes. 1986 Electronic convergence at Seattle's King Dome whose purpose was for participants to meditate in concert with others world wide on that same day. The subject of meditation was world peace. Attendance at the King Dome was reported as ? full.
2008.016.001.026 Button round political button with blue background and white dove holding white olive branch. Dove's wings form an "M" which is outlined in red. 1986 Electronic convergence at Seattle's King Dome whose purpose was for participants to meditate in concert with others world wide on that same day. The subject of meditation was world peace. Attendance at the King Dome was reported as ? full.
2008.016.001.027 Button round political button with yellow background and black eyes and mouth creating smiley face. "David Stern Inc" is on the side in black text. 1986 Electronic convergence at Seattle's King Dome whose purpose was for participants to meditate in concert with others world wide on that same day. The subject of meditation was world peace. Attendance at the King Dome was reported as ? full.
2008.016.001.028 Button round political button, white background, blue text: "Asian Pacific Island Americans" around the top, "Our Vote is Our Voice" around the bottom and "Vote Democrat 2000" in the middle. Red stripes and blue stars are underneath the center text.
2008.016.001.029 Button two round political buttons (a and b), blue background. White text: "Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Gore Lieberman" Red text: "2000" with a red arc over "for Gore Lieberman" and a white star above "2000"
2008.016.001.030 Button round political button, white background on top 3/4 with blue text "Washington for Clinton"; there is a blue star instead of a dot above the "i" in Clinton and two red stripes creating a "banner" between "washington for" and "Clinton." Lower 1/4 is blue background with white text "Gore"
2008.016.001.031 Button round political button, white background with two black stripes marking the center and surrounding the text. Black bold text: "Jim" Blue bold text "McDermott" black regular text "Governror/Democrat"
2008.016.001.032 Button round political button, blue background, black text, "Celebrate Seattle" "January 1990" " Mayor Norm Rice"
2008.016.001.033 Button square political button, red background with white text "NO! Initiative 200" This was the washington state initiative to repeal affirmative action; the initiative passed in 1998. Commemorates the campaign against Washington State Initiative 200 which was placed on the Washington Ballot in 1998 and overwhelmingly passed. A statewide coalition of Asian Pacific Americans, APACE, lobbied "no" supporters, chaired by Akemi Matsumoto, made 22,000 APA contacts. Whereas all WA counties passed 1-200, it failed in King County, where this campaign was head quartered. They received help nationally and got good press.
2008.017.001 Board, Ironing ironing board iron stand ironing board with separate arm which attaches to the board. Steam would be directed through piping to use on garments on the board.
2008.019.001 Dress
2008.021.001 Costume Miao Costume Women's costume Skirt - pleated green canvas with attached needle work hem. Jacket - green damask with attached needle work to back, sleeves and collar. Headdress - metal decorations on metal wire frame - Hat Box 7 2 - necklaces - A: Pounded meatal circle with attached decorative metal pieces B: Woven metal rings. Metal belt on fabric with hanging metal decortations.
2008.025.001 Stencil 6 - Upeti boards to imprint Siapo or Samoan Tapa cloth
2008.025.002 Print 9 - Siapo or Samoan Tapa cloth squares mounted on boards.
2008.025.003 Bowl Kava bowl
2008.025.004 Bowl Kava bowl
2008.025.005 Bowl Kava Bowl
2008.025.006 Bowl Kava bowl
2008.025.007 Drum 2 - percussion instruments - Lali or Pate with mallets A: light colored drum. B: DArk wood drum C: Mallets
2008.025.008 Bookend 2 - carved book ends
2008.025.009 Bowl 2 - carved bowls
2008.025.010 Mat 20 - woven sleeping mats
2008.026.001 Dulcimer Yangqin Chinese hammered dulcimer Wood instrument. Cover over sound board. Tunning wrench and hammers in small drawer in case.
2008.027.001 Basket Woven Basket Top and inset bottom Woven bamboo strips in zig zag pattern.
2008.027.002 Basket Woven Basket Top with leather handle, separate bottom nests inside.
2008.027.003 Doll Japanese Doll Cloth head, body and clothing on wood platform. Woman in kimono. Made in Tule Lake Internment camp
2008.027.004 Pin Carved wood pin Bird on a branch Painted on back is "Newell" "1944" Pin on back is missing
2008.027.005 Pin Carved wood pin Painted duck
2008.027.006 Cloth Cloth Hmong embroidered and dyed cloth Dark blue, black with maroon and light blue.
2008.028.011 Handkerchief Embroidered Handkerchief " Miss Ida Zobrist"
2008.028.012 Handkerchief White embroidered handkerchief
2008.028.013 Handkerchief Embroidered handkerchief
2008.028.014 Handkerchief Embroidered handkerchief
2008.028.015 Handkerchief Embroidered Handkerchief
2008.028.016 Handkerchief Embroidered handkerchief
2008.029.001 Machine Machine Mochi Making machine
2008.029.002 Motor, Electric Motor To run Mochi machine
2008.029.003 Steamer Steamer 3 level Seirou mochih basket steamer
2008.029.004 Basket Basket Open ended oblong basket to hold rice as it is pushed into mochi machine.
2008.029.005 Bowl Bowl Plastic bowl used to hold water used in mochi machine
2008.029.006 Basket Basket 3 legged tall cylindrical basket
2008.029.007 Pot Pot 2 - metal pots with lids
2008.029.008 Strainer Strainer Hand strainer.
2008.033 Cloth Tapa Cloth 2 - Hawaiian tapa cloths
2008.034.001 Dish Small, plastic dish, painted red with a gold floral pattern in the center. One of the thank you gifts sent to the Seattle Japanese-American community in appreciation for their contributions and help following a large earthquake (1920's). Housed in a wooden box and supported by cotton.
2008.034.002 Spoon Set of flat, broad spoons used in the Sagamiya Confectionary store in Seattle, WA. Seven spoons of various sizes (a-g) by length a: 5.5 in. b: 6.5 in. c: 7.5 in. d: 8.25 in. (small numeral 1 stamped on base of handle) e: 8 in. f: 8.25 in. g: 7 in.
2008.035.001 Sweeper, Carpet Hand carpet sweeper Bissel sweeper with wooden housing and handle Frederick and Nelson store brand
2008.035.002 Heater, electric Heater Cylindrical heater on feet. Electrical cord
2008.035.003 Scale Scale
2008.035.004 Book, Account Accounting Book Chinese made ledger In Chinese
2008.035.005 Menu Menu Red Plastic Cover Menu for the Harbor City Barbeque House Restaurant
2008.035.006 Jug Jug Wicker covered glass jug. Used for wine.
2008.035.007 Platter Platter Wood and metal rectangular platter Used to serve whole roasted Pig
2008.035.008 Protector, cuff Cuff Protectors A woodedn case of Chinese Cuff Protectors - woven reed. Cuffs in 3 boxes Shelf Box 198,199,200 Crate in Basement
2008.037.002 Watercolor Watercolor Mountains, possibly near Pinedale, Topaz.
2008.037.003 Watercolor Watercolor Illustration of samurai figure with 3 others following.
2008.038.001 Sideboard
2008.038.002 Table Side Drop table White painted wooden table
2008.038.003 Machine, Sewing Singer sewing machine in cabinet.
2008.040.001 Cloth Orange and white plaid Pina cloth
2008.043.001 Painting Calligraphy, framed Character Dragon by the late Archbishop Nitten Ishida of San Francisco Donated to honor the late Wing Luke
2008.045.001 Sculpture Centerpiece from Minidoka Reunion 2003 Engraved stone, barbed wire, brush and material from Minidoka 2 - Reunion Programs
2008.046.001 Shoe Shoes Pair of embroidered shoes with leather soles.
2008.046.002 Statue Ceramic Shoe
2008.047.001 Sign Sign Wooden sign with Chinese characters. Luck Ngi Music Club Turquoise green frame on black background with gold letters
2008.049.001 Violin Traditional Chinese music instrument
2008.049.002 Erhu Taditional Chinese music instrument, it is a two-string fiddle made of hardwoods, and consists of a long curved neck and sound box covered with snake skin in the bottom.
2008.049.003 Bo Taditional Chinese music instrument. It is a round metal flat made of bronze with Chinese characters on it. There are damages on it.
2008.049.004 Gong Traditional Chinese music instrument, A round percussion instrument made of bronze.
2008.049.005 Cloth Taditional chinese adult cloth made of black and white patterns.
2008.049.006 Cloth Taditional Chinese children cloth made of light blue fabric.
2008.049.007 Cloth Taditional Chinese cloth made of light blue fabric. A label says "school girl 1930" attached on the neck of the cloth.
2008.049.008 Cloth Taditional Chinese adult cloth made of light blue fabric.
2008.049.009 Waist bag Waist bag made of blue fabrics.
2008.049.010 Cloth A piece of light blue cloth with colorful laces on the edges.
2008.049.011 Pillow case Small pillow case with knitting patterns. Sould be a pair with 2008.049.012
2008.049.012 Pillow case Small pillow case with knitting patterns. Should be a pair with 2008.049.011.
2008.049.013 Dress White blouse with flower patterns on the bottom. meant for small child
2008.049.014 Music instrument Unidentified traditional Chinese music instrument (?), might be one kind of Erhu (has long neck and snake skin covered in the bottom part). In a bad condition, and may has some parts missed.
2008.049.015 Drum Traditional Chinese music instrument. It is a bowl-shaped drum made of hardwoods and leather.
2008.049.016 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Maroon and white pattern damask material with maroon and white piping around edges and around the collar. Frog buttons along side and at neck.
2008.049.017 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Green taffeta with green edging on the hem and on the cuffs and around the neck. Cloth frog buttons.
2008.049.018 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Black synthetic dress with push in buttons at neck and zipper along the side. The hand cuffs are stiched on to the sleeves, and is of different material. The cuffs are black in color. Two small tag sewn and glued over eachother inside of the collar. Piping in black at the edges and around the collar.
2008.049.019 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Sleeveless dress with a mix of brown, black, beige, silver, and cream brocade. Cloth frog buttons and push in buttons at neck with a zipper along the side. Shoulder pads on both sides. Piping seen at neck, around the collar and at the edges of the dress. Also seen previous conservation treatment just above the zipper.
2008.049.020 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Purple and white cotton short sleeve dress with push in buttons at neck and a zipper along the side.
2008.049.021 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Short sleeve synthetic blue and silver colored brocade. Cloth frog buttons at neck and push in buttons along the side. Blue piping around the collar and edges.
2008.049.022 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Marron and brown silk brocade material. Push in buttons at neck, around the collar and on sleeves. Zipper along the side.
2008.049.023 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Blue silk brocade with pink, red, green, white, light purple and light yellow damask material. Frog buttons and push in buttons around the collar, neck and zipper along the side. Blue edging at the cuffs, around the collar and at the edges of the dress. Blue lining for the entire dress.
2008.049.024 Slip Slip Orange synthetic slip-on with orange piping at the edges and around the opening of the slip-on. Embroidered floral pattern on the mid section.
2008.049.025 Slip Slip White polyester slip-on with push in buttons at side and left shoulder strap. Hand stiched (clearly visible) on the right shoulder strap. Lace fabric bordering the edges and the neckline. A tag glued ar the back of the slip-on.
2008.049.026 Skirt Skirt Green with brown, black, white synthetic skirt. Eye hook and push in buttons along the side.
2008.049.027 Skirt Skirt Black cotton
2008.049.028 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Gray synthetic material. Push in buttons around the collar, at neck and cuffs. Blue zipper along the side.
2008.049.029 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Short sleeve purple dress with push in buttons and frog buttons at neck, around the collar, and along the side. White lace fabric (silk) borders the collar, neckline, sleeves and the edges of the dress. Purple silk lining for the entire dress.
2008.049.030 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Purple silk material with cloth frog buttons at neck, around the collar, and along the side. Push in buttons also seen around the collar and neck. Purple lace fabric (silk) bordering the collar, around the neck line, cuffs and the edges. Purple silk lining for the entire dress.
2008.049.031 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Pink silk child's dress with frog buttons around the collar, neck and along the right side continuing to the edge of the dress. Pink lace fabric bordering the collar, neckline, cuffs, side (left) and the edges. Purple lining for the entire dress.
2008.049.032 Dress Dress Cheong Sam Red child's dress with cloth frog buttons around the collar, neck and along the side stretching to the edge of the dress. Batting in the entire costume. Red and pink silk bordering the collar, neckline, cuffs, side and the edges. White silk lining for the entire dress. Tag sewn at the collar.
2008.049.033 Tunic Tunic Child's short sleeve silk tunic with a mix of orange, green, pink, gray, and green. Green frog buttons around the collar, neck and along the side that continues to the edge of the dress. A push in button at collar. Pink cotton lining for the entire tunic. Same tunic material as 2008.049.034 except that this tunic is slightly bigger in size.
2008.049.034 Tunic Tunic Child's short sleeve silk tunic with a mix of orange, green pikn, gray, and green. Green frog buttons around the collar, neck and along the side. Push in buttons below the collar and it continues to the edge of the dress. Pink cotton lining for the entire tunic. Same tunic mateiral as 2008.049.033 but this is slightly smaller in size.
2008.049.035 Cape Cape Pink silk cape with batting inside. Purple and white cotton lining for the entire cape. Black & white fur collar, hand stitched. Pink fasterners at neck, also hand stitched.
2008.049.036 Quilt Quilt Similar to the popular and easily recognized American geometric patchwork design. A square patterned quilt consisting of repeating blocks with a series of rectangles in different sizes and colors forming a square/diamond. Pink cotton boredring the edges. White (muslin? or sack?) fabric for the lining. Probably used as a quilt, a decoration piece, a table cloth.
2008.049.037 Table Cloth Table Cloth Embroidered patterning on red backgroud at the center. Extended 4 corners. Blue, white, and black and navy blue(cotton) covering the extended corners and the entire lininig. White stitches clearly visible on all parts of the cloth.
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