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1900.3604 article Northwest is home to Islamophobics Zul Devji January 25, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3605 article Assigning blame prevents understanding Rev. Richard K. Gibson January 25, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3606 article Jews figh back under intolerable conditions David Ward January 25, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3607 article Both sides vitimized; both sides terrorized Jerome Chroman January 25, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3608 article Islamic Films William Arnold February 6, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3609 article Another memorable evening of Midori's grace and artistry R.M. Campbell February 6, 200 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.361 Historical Sketch of the Greater Maple Valley Area Lorenz 1975
1900.3610 article Can Bob Miyamoto make over his life? Stripling, Sherry January 25, 200 Seattle Times
1900.3611 article American's mixed messages to foreigners at the gate Ruben Navarrette Jr Feb 4, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3612 article Wing Luke Asian Museum Jan 21- Feb 3, International Examiner
1900.3613 article 'Yeah, I'm Chinese, and what?' Caroline Li April 10-16, 20 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3614 article NBA wants Yao-maniacs as full-fledged fans Terrence Chea April 10-16, 20 Northwest Asian Weekly
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1900.3617 article A dare drove her to a new career Winfrey, Yayoi Lena April 10-16, 20 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3618 article Year of the Monkey 2004 Jan 21- Feb 3 2 International Examiner
1900.3619 article Riding the Rhythms of Punjab Ian Dapiaoen Jan 21- Feb 3, International Examiner
1900.362 Life At Port Madison Gilman Nov 1945
1900.3620 article David Henry Hwang adapts children's book into play Iwano, Elaine Jan 21- Feb 3, International Examiner
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1900.3622 article Hmong leaders, once refugees themselves, ready to embrace new wave Gregg Aamot Feb 4-17, 2004 International Examiner
1900.3623 article Year of the Monkey Feb 4-17, 2004 International Examiner
1900.3624 article Wing Luke Asian Museum Feb 4-17, 2004 International Examiner
1900.3625 article Nursing degree helped to heal wounds of racism John Iwasaki March 23, 2004 The Seattle Post Intelligencer
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1900.3627 article Philippines wants Filipinos in plan for illegal workers January 20, 200 The Asian Reporter
1900.3628 Article How Cantonese used to be spoken by majority of Chinese Americans decades ago, to Mandarin being the language most Chinese Americans speak now. It's not only limited to the West Coast, but also the East Coast. It also creates divides in the Chinese American community. Shift to Mandarin reflects changes in communities Kong, Deborah January 20, 200 The Asian Reporter
1900.3629 article Lawsuit claims prank targeted Hmong students Jan 20, 2004 The Asian Reporter
1900.363 Little Known About Chinese Placer Miners 5/4/1973 World
1900.3630 article Atkinson Elementary School offers Mandarin immersion program, diverse student body Jan 20, 2004 The Asian Reporter
1900.3631 article Authorities accused of using juveniles to catch illegal families Chris McGann Feb 6, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3632 article Washington Black History Feb 9, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3633 article Fight for WWII Filipino Veterans continues Bert Caoili Jan 2004 Filipino American Herald
1900.3634 article NAFFAA welcomes Bush immigration reform propsal, but with reservations January 2004 Filipino American Herald
1900.3635 Article The Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit "Through My Father's Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado" is being exhibited at the Wing Luke Museum. In addition to the exhibit, the Wing Luke Museum recalls the history of Filipino Americans in the Pacific Northwest. Through My Father's Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado (1914-1976) at the Wing Luke Asian Museum January 2004 Filipino American Herald
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1900.3638 article Flag symbolizes Vietnamese heritage Hai Tran April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3639 article A Look inside the Cambodian community Bopha Chan April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.364 Mining - Publishing: Chinese Story Dallam 6/28/1932 World
1900.3640 article Craig Shimabukuro- The Rebel with a cause Iwamoto, Gary April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3641 article Muslims welcome dismissal of charges against Captain Yee, call for apology from U.S. government Ian Dapiaoen April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3642 article Cambodian Resettlement in America Orn Phin April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3643 article Bringing attention to Khmer arts and entertainment Grace Gunawan April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3644 article In the heart of community lies the youth Nikum Pon April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3645 article My home at SafeFutures Youth Center Somatra Pream April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3646 article Bush's Immigration Proposal Raises Questions Gina Bernacchi April 1, 2004 The Non Profit Times
1900.3647 Article WLM receives 1995 National Award for Museum Service at the White House Wing Luke Asian Museum receives national award for museum service Wong, Dean October 18, 199 International Examiner
1900.3648 article Rob Chew: Appointed National Council on the Humanities Nhien Nguyen Jan-Feb 2001 South Downtown Exchange
1900.3649 Article The WIng Luke Museum's history and what it means to Asian immigrants. Capturing Time: Wing Luke Asian Museum Through the Eyes of an Immigrant Raunig-Graham, Judith December 2000 Seattle Magazine
1900.365 Special Report on the Salmon Canning Industry in the State of WAshington and the Empployment of Oriental Labor State Bureau of Labor Nov 1915
1900.3650 Article The Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years After" is being displayed at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center. EO 9066: 50 Years Before, 50 Years After Eaton, Joseph March 27, 2001 The Asian Reporter
1900.3651 article I-200: 'Are we better or worse off?' Stan Quast April 9, 2004 Northwest Asian Weekly
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1900.3653 article Honoring champions of diversity Carol N. Vu April 3-9, 2004 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3654 article Trip to quarry sparked a $20,000 idea David Dishneau April 3-9, 2004 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3655 article Immigrants help offset loss of Michigan's younger workers John Flesher March 30, 2004 The Asian Reporter
1900.3656 article David Della Naomi Ishisaka April 2004 Colors NW
1900.3657 article Angel Bolanos Naomi Ishisaka April 2004 Colors NW
1900.3658 article Vance Bartley April 2004 Colors NW
1900.3659 article Taking the Pulse Silja J.A. Talvi April 2004 Colors NW
1900.366 Whistle - Stop Centennial: Historical Society Honors Chinese Railroad Builders Whistle - Stop Centennial: Historical Society Honors Chinese Railroad Builders Yee 8/25/1976 East West
1900.3660 article Standing out, Standing apart Silja J.A. Talvi April 2004 Colors NW
1900.3661 Article The Upward Bound Program is to help high school kids graduate and prepare for college. A majority of the students in the program are Asian American. High schoolers preprare for college Van, Hong April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3662 article Denise Louie-The Spirit of Community Activism Gary Iwamoto April 7-20, 200 International Examiner
1900.3663 article Defendent without a voice in court Juliana Barbassa April 12, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3664 article Army reverses reprimand, clearning chaplain's record Rivera, Ray April 15, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3665 article All charges dropped, but Army gags Yee Mike Barber April 15, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3666 article Noted Seattle businessman had a 'gigantic heart' Sam Skolnik April 15, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3667 article China: Church and State Philip P. Pan April 11, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3668 article Law stymied by woman without a language Juliana Barbassa April 12, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3669 article Hong Kongers march for rights Min Lee April 12, 2004 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.367 Ruby Chow After Dinner Walk He Backed Costs Uhlman $98 Sperry 4/23/1972 Seattle Times
1900.3670 article Tribe gives $4 million to law school March 11, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3671 Article Wing Luke Museum purchases Kong Yick buliding to move into Museum to buy Kong Yick building; plans to relocate Dondero, Tony July 2-15, 2003 International Examiner
1900.3672 Article Article on Wing Luke Asian Museum purchasing one of the Kong Yick buildings Museum obtains new home July 18, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3673 Article About the Wing Luke Museum's acquistion of the Kong Yick Building (East). Includes a history of local Chinese Americans. Preserving buildings, stories of Seattle's Chinese pioneers Large, Jerry March 14, 2004 The Seattle Times
1900.3674 Article The Kong Yick Buildings in the Chinatown/International District are about to be seized for an investigation of illegal gambling. Includes history of the buildings and what they mean to the community. Chinese face loss of refuge Maier, Scott August 29, 1994 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3675 Article Announcing the purchase of the east Kong Yick building by the Wing Luke Museum. Wing Luke inks deal; capital campaign underway Dondero, Tony August 6-9, 200 International Examiner
1900.3676 Article Several museums interested in moving into Union Station, including Wing Luke Museum, the Burke Museum, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), and the Washington State Historical Society. Art Town: Museums: All aboard! April 24, 1996 Seattle Weekly
1900.3677 Article Washington State Legislature apportioned $1.5 million toward the purchase of the Kong Yick Building as a new home for Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes a look at how Ron Chew made it possible. Museum gets $1.5 million in spite of the odds Vu, Carol N. July 12-18, 200 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3679 article August 6-9, 200 International Examiner
1900.368 Bob Chinn, first Banker in Seattle Chinatown Chin 2/27/1982 Seattle Chinese Post
1900.3680 Article After 60 years of vacancy, the Kong Yick Building may be used by the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes a history of the building and the Museum, and an interview with James M. (Jimmy) Mar. Rooms with a view of history Eskenazi, Stuart June 29, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3681 article Dis-Orienting Women Polo April 20, 2004 Asian Reporter
1900.3682 article Lee's famous wheel still turns at PNB Derr, Erik April 24-30, 20 Northwest Asian Weekly
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1900.3684 article Eyes look upward to community summit Ian Dapiaoen April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3685 article Mayumi Tsutakawa: journalism, arts and activism Ken Mochizuki April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3686 article Asian Pacific Islander Coalition-They did for themselves what others would not do Arlene Oki April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3689 article Samoa, Home of the Brave Joseph Seia April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.369 Richard Wong Chamber of Commerce President Richard Wong: 'I'd Like to Promote More Activities in the Comunity Hayashi 1/6/1982 International Examiner
1900.3690 article Leo O Tupulaga Samoa- Voices of Samoa Raised for Change Fiasili Savusa April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3691 article Spoken from My Heart Tasha Mao April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3692 article Pacific Islander women unite on common goal Jeannine Souki April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3693 article What's It Like To Be Samoan and "Palagi"? Tasha Mao April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3694 article Against the Storm Joy Pattuinan Palmer April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3695 article Te Vaka sings songs of preservation E.A. Kearl April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3696 article Taikoproject: (re)generation Elaine Iwano April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3697 article Wing Luke Asian Museum April 21-May 4, International Examiner
1900.3698 article One small ship brought big change in state's trade Stephen H. Dunphy April 18, 2004 The Seattle Times
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1900.370 Hen Sen Chin Chinese Herb Medicine Isn't History Yet Parker 3/13/1984 Seattle Post Intelligencer
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1900.3702 Article History and background of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes it's move to the Kong Yick Building and the Museum's process. From www.communityarts.net/readingroom/archive/50borrupwash.php Wing Luke Asian Museum: A Place for Voices Not Otherwise Listened To Borrup, Tom 2004 Community Arts Network
1900.3703 article The Administration of Cultural Democracy: Three Experiments Tom Borrup Community Arts Network
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1900.3705 article City's collection of Asian-American artwork in the spotlight at Wing Luke Farr, Sheila August 10, 2001 Seattle Times
1900.3706 Article WLAM's Summer Internship Program is aimed at college students interested in Asian American history, culture, identity and issues. WLAM Summer Internship Nguyen, Nhien Aug 2-15, 2000 International Examiner
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1900.3709 Article Family of David "Gobby" Woo, founder of Cathay Post and Chinese community member, donates money to the Wing Luke Asian Museum in David's name. Wing Luke Museum gets funding in David Woo's name Hong, Kevin June 26, 1993 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.371 Chinese Historical Society Dedicates Upcoming Journal to Willard Jue Hayashi 12/5/1984 International Examiner
1900.3710 article Korean Newsletter Joonang Jan 14, 2003 Korean Newsletter
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1900.3712 article Survival in the Spotlight Melinda Bargreen April 20, 2003 Seattle Times
1900.3713 article A mixed report on the health of smaller musical groups Melinda Bargreen April 20, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3714 Article 3 art organizations run on budgets under $1 million: Nordic Heritage Museum, Wing Luke Asian Museum, and 911 Media Arts Three midsize venues paint a balanced financial picture Farr, Sheila April 20, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3715 article Scaling back productions to keep going during tough economic times Berson, Misha April 20, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3717 article Ron Chew leads the Wing Luke Asian Museum toward a new era Dillon, Mike Feb 26, 2003 Beacon Hill News & South District Journal
1900.3718 Article Article on the history and background of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes Ron Chew speaking about how it's important to engage the community when creating exhibits. Museum Celebrates Asian History in U.S. Louey, Sandy Nov 26, 1992 Los Angeles Times
1900.3719 article Community's Own Voice'Tells Story of Internment Louey, Sandy Nov 26, 1992 Los Angeles Times
1900.372 Cynthia Rekdal Chinese Ways For Children Gilbert 12/14/1976 Seattle Times
1900.3720 article Discusses the five core values used to build the relationship between WLAM's exhibits, collections and the communities it represents. Relationship-Building Model of Exhibition Development Chew, Ron Winter 2001 Museum Views
1900.3721 article Ron Chew: Appointed to National Council on the Humanities Nguyen, Nhien Jan-Feb 2001 South Downtown Exchange
1900.3722 article Museums: The largest in the Puget Sound Area Brooks, Sarah M. July 3-9, 1998 Puget Sound Business Journal
1900.3723 article Arts Organizations January 2-8, 19 Puget Sound Business Journal
1900.3724 article ObaChine art not culturally smart Roy Chan Summer 1998 Colors of Culture
1900.3725 Article Summer program for students 8-14 aims to encourage appreciation of their culture through art. Most sutdents are first-generation immigrants. Wing Luke Museum connects kids and culture Mata, Jesson Lim Summer 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.3726 Article Mayumi Tsutakawa joins WLAM as Director of External Affairs Mayumi Tsutakawa joins Wing Luke staff Sept 16-Oct 7, International Examiner
1900.3727 article Museum Director April 18-24, 19 Northwest Asian Weekly
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1900.3729 Article WLAM's director discusses the model used to involve the community with the exhibitions of the museum and describes the process from idea to opening. Creating Exhibitions: New Faces, New Voices Chew, Ron Spring 2000 Western Museums Association
1900.373 Margaret M. Chow Chow Appointed Area Administrator 12/21/1975 Beacon Hill News
1900.3730 article Toward a More Agile Model of Exhibition-Making Chew, Ron Nov/Dec 2000 Museum News
1900.3731 article Judith Raunig Graham December 2000
1900.3732 Article WLAM's curator and curriculum writer is intereviewed. Eydie Detera: Lauren Berlant interviews U of C Alum Eydie Detera Berlant, Lauren University of Chicago
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1900.3734 Article Interview on the publication of Michelle Kumata'a first full-length picture book called "Flowers for Mariko." Kumata is also an employee of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Enlivening history: an interview with Michelle Kumata Takami, David Oct 3-16, 2001 International Examiner
1900.3735 Article WLAM's contribution of an excerpt of Trying to Find Chinatown, was part of an evening of performances with all proceeds to the New York Foundation for the Arts to assist artists who were affected the 9/11 Tribute to New York From the Pacific Northwest Verhovek, Sam Howe October 31, 200 The New York Times
1900.3736 Article Picture of Mayumi Tsutakawa and Ellen Ferguson at Western Museums Association's reception after the American Association of Museum's meeting in St. Louis. WMA Brings Palm Springs Sunshine to AAM St. Louis! Spring 2001 Western Museums Association
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1900.3739 article Searching for Asian America Aug 30-Sept 5, Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3740 article Aug 20-Sept 2, International Examiner
1900.3741 Article Seattle previews the new three-part PBS series "Searching for Asian America." Seattle searches for Asian America Lamborn, Karyn Kubo Aug 20-Sept 2, International Examiner
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1900.3743 article Photo and Advertisement for Event From Hiroshima to Hope Aug 16-19, 2003 International Examiner
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1900.3746 article Seattle August 6, 2003 Seattle Post Intelligencer
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1900.375 Dr. George Chin - the Opthalmologist Meng Seattle Chinese Post
1900.3750 article Advertisement for event From Hiroshima to Hope Aug 5, 2003 The Asian Reporter
1900.3751 article Today Aug 6, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3752 article Portraits of a Community Casey Kelbaugh May 2003 Colors NW
1900.3753 article War & Peace Brooke Kempner May 2003 Colors NW
1900.3754 article Before Ichiro... John Wallingford May 2003 Colors NW
1900.3755 article Seattle Aug 4, 2003 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3756 article Advertisement for Event From Hiroshima to Hope July 26-Aug 1, Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3757 Article Article on the New Dialogue Initiative exhibit, "I Am American: A Community Journal." Includes background info on New Dialogue Initiative exhibits. "I Am American: A Community Journal" July 2003 Filipino American Herald
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1900.3759 article Isangmahal Susan Platt April 2003 Colors NW
1900.376 Dr. Connie Castro Patulot Filipina Opens Pediatric Clinic in Seattle Castilla 12/15/1982 International Examiner
1900.3760 article Don't Box Me In Silja J.A. Talvi April 2003 Colors NW
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1900.3762 article Review of Born in the USA: A story of Japanese America,1889-1947 by Frank Chin. Chin plunges into Japanese America Omori, Chizu Feb 19-March 4, International Examiner
1900.3763 article Addressing civil liberties Rebecca Bolin Feb 19-March 4, International Examiner
1900.3764 Article Article on WLAM's 2003 auction Wing Luke Asian Museum holds New Year's Auction Inaba, Yaeko March 15, 2003 Northwest Nikkei/North American Post
1900.3765 Article Info on the New Dialogue Initiative exhibit program Wing Luke Asian Museum's New Dialogue Initiative Exhibit to focus on community concerns for social issues March 2003 Filipino American Herald
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1900.377 Funeral of Charles Chew in Old Chinese Tradition
1900.3770 article Urban design class spans ocean Vuong, Mary Feb 28, 2003 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3771 article Admission is free to the Seattle Asian Art Museum today Feb 2003 Seattle's Child
1900.3772 article Advertisement for Seattle Asian Art Museum Tibetan monks create a large sand mandala at the Seattle Asian Art Museum Feb 2003 Seattle's Child
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1900.3778 article New Years All Year Round Nov 26, 2002 The Asian Reporter
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1900.378 Gwen Lee - Senator Dan Evan's Aide Lee 4/23/1985 Seattle Chinese Post
1900.3780 article Ex-cougar broke race barrier in Texas game Craig Smith Dec 14, 2003 The Seattle Times
1900.3781 article Local tennis legend Amy Yee, one of the first Asian Americans to succeed in tennis, became the first minority to be inducted into the US Tennis Association's Pacific Northwest Section Hall of Fame. Amy Yee inducted into local tennis hall of fame Woo, Aaron Nov 5-18, 2003 International Examiner
1900.3782 article A rockin' good time Jennifer Ching Jan 24-30, 2004 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3783 article Big Wiesy makes it look easy Doug Ferguson Jan 24-30, 2004 Northwest Asian Weekly
1900.3784 article Introducing Harlemm Lee Edward J. Han Dec 9, 2003 The Asian Reporter
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1900.3786 article Rock Bottom Rockers John Marshall April 17, 2003 Seattle Post Intelligencer
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1900.379 Harry Iutok: A Gift From China Laranang August 1979 International Examiner
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1900.380 Henry Woo is Still Cooking at Age 84 Cocker 7/11/1982 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.3800 Article A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene." Includes Seattle's hip-hop history. The Hiphop Tip: Back in the Day Chesneau, Samuel L. July 3, 2003 The Stranger
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