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1900.1415 ILWU Local Celebrates International Worker's Day May 1978 International Examiner
1900.1416 Chong Wa: A Changing of the Guard Chan May 1978 International Examiner
1900.1417 Diversity, Leadership and Museums: Representation of Asian Pacific American Communities May 1998 flyer
1900.1418 East and West In Concert January 1998 flyer
1900.142.001 Filipino - American Jocelyn Enriquez: Asian American Singing Sensation Chao 12/1/96 Asianfocus
1900.1421 Kimchi Xtravaganza! Is a mutidisciplinary showcase about kimchi, and also Memory Matters: a public art project. Kimchi Xtravaganza! Korean American Museum 1997 Booklet
1900.1423 Article A look at the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest." Includes interviews with artists. Seeking community: Filipino-American artists are diverse but works show a common thread that binds De Leon, Ferdinand M. May 1, 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.1424 Expansion Proposal Upsets Uwajimaya's Neightbors Byrnes May 20. 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1425 Article Information about the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest." Filipino Americans show off their artistry at Wing Luke Hackett, Regina May 18, 1998 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1426 Article Shared Dreams Takami, David 1989 Newspaper
1900.1427 You Don't Have to Know What it is .. To enjoy it. Hahn May 21, 1998 Seattle Weekly
1900.1428 A Soldier's Rights 52 Years Overdue? Renag May 22, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1429 Activist Aki Kurose Spent Her Life Working For Peace Bock, Paula May 26, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.143 Tibetan Music, Culture Visiting Monks Bring Tibet To Life 7/17/96 International Examiner
1900.1430 Article Whitewashing Asians Out Of Racial-Preference Debate Malkin, Michelle May 26, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1431 ObaChine Snubbed in Poster Dispute Kugiya May 27, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1432 Attire, Attendence Over Top At SAM Benefit Phinney June 1, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1433 Teenage Iu Mien couple record a year in their lives. Kelly Loves Tony 1998 Flyer
1900.1434 May 1998; Victorious Republic of China Magazine
1900.1435 Mission's Golden Year Recalls Canon Shoji's Long Service Smith, Lane Sept. 1958
1900.1436 Japanese Arts: Kamakura Carving 1966 magazine
1900.1437 St. Peter's Celebrates 50th Anniversary Sept. 22, 1958 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1438 Goon Dip was Chinese Consul in Seattle for 25 years. His passing is remembered. Goon Dip, Chinese Counsul Dies and All Seattle Mourns Passing Sept. 13, 1933 Seattle Daily Times
1900.1439 The Passing of the Alaskeros Viernes April 1978 International Examiner
1900.144 Superlotus From Mars Kang Asianfocus
1900.1440 Here's How they Created the Salmon Canning Industry Viernes February 1977 International Examiner
1900.1441 Chris Mensalvas: The Meaning of a Life Well Lived Bacho, Peter Sept. 15, 1982 International Examiner
1900.1442 May/June 1998; March/April 1999 Asian American Arts Alliance
1900.1444 1997, No. 621; 1998, No. 630; National Soul Magazine
1900.1445 The Practice of Chinese Medicine in Seattle's International District: An Exhibition Proposal For the Wing Luke Asian Museum Chang 1998 Thesis
1900.1446 A Peaceful End to a Violent Life Longstreath 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1447 Pol Pot's Grim Legacy Felt in This State Matthee April 17, 1998 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1448 Article Article about the Uwajimaya expansion Asian store plans 6-story retail-housing complex Moriwaki, Lee April 15, 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.1449 Local Cambodians Have Cause to Celebrate Bartley April 19, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.145 Tibetan Association of Washington Tibetfest '96 and Miss Tibet Pagent A Success 8/21/96 International Examiner
1900.1450 The School of Hard Knocks: Seattle's Kurosaka/Tentoku Kan Dojo 1928 - 1942 Svinth, Joseph 1998 Journal of Asian Martial Arts 1998
1900.1451 Islanders Relive Historic Wrong De Leon April 21, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1452 One man's torture during WWII, the interpretor who had to endure it and their eventual reconcilliation. High lights Nagase's book, Crosses and Tigers. Eric Lomax's Long Journey Ehrlich, Paul October 1994 Readers Digest
1900.1453 A Place That Still Divides Americans Forstenzer May 7, 1996 Seattle Times
1900.1454 Author Reveals Dark Part of U.S. History Ith April 21, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1456 Maneki Regulars Must Find New Hangout During Restaurant's Rennovation Wong 1993 International Examiner
1900.1457 Published by Discovery Institute Press International Seattle: Creating a Globally Competative Community Hamer, John and Bruce Chapman 1993 booklet
1900.1458 Living voices program on the internment entitled "Within the Silence." Includes 2 articles: "Living Voices speaks of US camps in WWII" by Amy Wold "WWII Japanese internment comes as jolt to students" by Chastity Pratt Within the Silence Living Voices 1998 Flyer
1900.1459 Chinese immigrant community in Pendleton Exploring the Underground World of Pendleton, Ore. Frazier May 6, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.146 Smells Like Ass Baboons of Venus Hsu 12/3/96 International Examiner
1900.1460 Chinese community food and restaurants in Vancouver B.C. A Feast of the Senses Blake June 17, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1461 Manzanar being made into a National memorial A Place in History June 20, 1998 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1462 Article Special story on Father's Day. Author recounts how her father wished she was a son, but was able to accept and support his daughter throughout her life. Being like a son-while blossoming into a woman Uyeno, Kris June 21, 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.1463 Article Author writes a piece on remembering her father on Father's Day. Her father was a 442nd Combat team soldier and had died when the author was very young. Solace in a daydream: 'Dad, tell me about your life' Nakama-Mitsunaga, Eleanor June 21, 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.1464 Building a Museum: A few Pieces of Insight Large, Jerry June 21, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1465 Article List of improvements made in the Chinatown/International District. Original newsletter included. International Special Review District: New Housing Options Lee, Patricia May 1998 Seattle Neighborhood News
1900.1466 The first Floyd Schmoe Peace Scholarship was presented to Travis-Jo Cufley, a Shorecrest senior who has already worked in several countries to provide humanitarian aid. Pair Share Common Concern for Humanity Montgomery, Nancy June 23, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1467 Disney's Mulan Resonates Among Chinese Americans Akizuki June 23, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1468 Val Laigo awarded King County art service award 20th Anniversary Arts Service Awards King County Arts Commission 1987 Performa 87
1900.1469 Child of Chaos: Remembering Artist Val Laigo Enriquez, Lucia November 1996 Filipinas
1900.147 Article The collapse of the Kokusai Theater and what to do with the building. It had collapsed in 1996, but hadn't been repaired at the publication of this article. Concerning the Kokusai Ritts, Charlie Mar. 5-18, 1997 International Examiner
1900.1470 Review of Iris Chang's "The Rape of Nanking" Bearing Witness Schell Dec. 14, 1997 New York Times
1900.1471 Article Hillary Gray's Exhibition "Fresh Voices of the Community: Korean American Youth" features Korean American youth from Shoreline, WA. Double Identity Agulia, Justino June 29, 1998 The Seattle Times
1900.1472 China 1921 January 21, 192 The Literary Digest
1900.1474 Paintings, Arts and Handicrafts Exhibition of the People's Republic of China ( Photos of Selected exhibits) 1972 Color plates
1900.1475 Article This issue focuses on Asian and Pacific Americans in higher education. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning November 1989 American Association for Higher Education
1900.1476 Documents Excerpts on Asian stereotyping and discrimination from "Coming of Age in Samoa" by Margaret Mead, Senator James G. Blaine's 1879 speech, 1830 American Quarterly Review, Hon. Harlow S Orton 1869 Annual Address, Encyclopaedia Britannica 1842 entry on China, Samuel Goodrich's 1859 article "The Tales of Peter Parley About Asia for Children," W.S.W. Ruschenberger quote, Revered Erasmus Doolittle's "Social Life of the Chinese," New York Herald's 1870 article, 1866 article "On the Mongolian Race of Eastern Asia," Edwin R. Meade's 1877 quote before the Social Science Association of America, William Stanton's 1960 "The Leopard's Spots", Edward Allen Ross' "Social Control", Darrell Hashimoto's "Monitored Peril," J. Philippe Rushton's works, Charles Darwin's "Voyage of the Beagle," Charels Darwin's "The Descent of Man," an American soldier's song during Philippines-American War, Rudyard Kipling's "The Ballad of East and West," William C. Hunter's 1882 "The 'Fan Kwae' at Canton Before Treaty Days, 1825-1844," S.F. Mayor James Phelan's 1900 quote, Bret Harte's "Plain Language from Truthful James," Rawlein Soberano's "The Politics of Independence," Carey McWilliams' book, Dr. William Hobdy's 1928 quote, Judge D.W. Rohrback's 1930 quote, 1910 US Immigration Report, quote from 1994 episode of Frasier, Rep. Burt Talcott's 1975 quote, Senator George McGovern's 1975 quote, Lillian Huang's 1992 "A Newsroom of Our Own," 1992 national poll by the Los Angeles Times, Mark Baker's "Nam: The Vietnam War in the Words of the Soldiers Who Fought There," Rabindranath Tagore's 1929 quote, Carlos Bulosan's quote, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's 1973 "Giant Steps," Adrienne Telemaque's 1988 quote, excerpt from Ruthanne Lum McCunn's "Chinese American Portraits," "Colliers" 1945 quotes, Frank Deford's quote in 1992 Newsweek, Mark Arnold quote from 1990 article "Asian Women, Caucasian Men: The New Demographics of Love" Excerpts for use in the Wing Luke Museum exhibit Out of Focus 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1477 Transcript Interview with Andrew Chin for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans). Out of Focus Interview: Andrew Chin 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1478 Article Several pages of notes on the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus: Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Includes endnotes (list of resources), statistics, sexism of Asian American women, white supremacy over Chinese Americans, Japanese American internment, definition of stereotypes, Filipino American discrimination, racisim in all social levels, and racisim in schools. Out of Focus: End notes and exhibition layout 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1479 Interview of Super Lotus From Mars 1997 Interview
1900.148 Stereoptypes of Koreans M*A*S*H is Back re - Running the Same Stupid Lies Lee , K. W. Asianfocus
1900.1480 Transcript Interview with Kieu-Anh Huynh King for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Out of Focus Interview with Kieu-Anh Huynh King 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1481 Transcript Interviews with Davis Yee, Maria Braganza, Rebecca Kang, Annie Xuan Clark, Sharon Tomiko Santos, Mira Shimabukuro, Velma Veloria, Kip Tokuda, Sunthosh Daniel, Ken Mochizuki, Tani and Sarah Y. For the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus: Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans" Out of Focus Interviews Abellanosa, Ethelyn C. 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1482 Article Connie So provides poems for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Poems are related to racial stereotypes such as "dragon ladies", "geisha girls", "Charlie Chan", "foreigners", "effects of stereotypes", etc. Out of Focus poems 1996
1900.1483 Article Definition of "chinoiserie" for the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus" Excerpt from "A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques" Mayer, Ralph 1969 Thomas Y. Crowell Company
1900.1484 Handbook of Exhibition of Photographs of Chinese Paintings 1959 Booklet
1900.1485 Documents The exhibition text from Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes "Orientalism," "Chinoiserie," and Asian design; the effects of Martial Arts in the media (including Bruce Lee); and characters like Charlie Chan, the "Helpmate" (the helpful, subservient Asian American), the "Villain" (Dr. Fu Manchu, Dragon Lady), the "Model Minority" (Asian American success), and "Exotic Female" Out of Focus exhibition text 1996 Wing Luke Asian Museum
1900.1486 East Meets West: New Plays Explore Asian Characters Berson August 30, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1487 Ding Yi Shanghai Art Museum 1994 Booklet
1900.1488 Tamastslikt Cultural Institute in Mission, Oregon Museum Presents Indians' Vantage Barnard, Jeff August 2, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1489 Xuan Dinh Suu 1997 Tet 1997 Booklet
1900.149 Wing Luke Museum New Years Exhibit Welcoming the New Kicks Off Busy Lunar New Year Nguyen, Kimber 1/1/97 Asianfocus
1900.1490 Gary Locke is New King County Executive. Del Rosario November 16, 19 International Examiner
1900.1491 The World is His Oyster Sept. Oct. 1998 Puget Sound Journey
1900.1492 Anti-Chinese Riot At Seattle March 6, 1886 Harper's Weekly
1900.1493 Last of the Nikkei Farmers: 'I Hate to See All the Farms Dissapear' Suguro May 1991 Northwest Nikkei
1900.1494 Racial Hate Greeted Returning Japanese Neiwert May 31, 1992 Journal American
1900.1495 Nisei Soldiers Combated Two Enemies Neiwert May 24, 1992 Journal American
1900.1496 Life in Camps Was World of Pain Neiwert May 20, 1992 Journal American
1900.1497 Old Prejudices Surfaced in Wake of Pearl Harbor Neiwert May 17, 1992 Journal American
1900.1498 Japanese Pioneers Played Role in Founding of the East Side Neiwert May 10, 1998 Journal American
1900.1499 Initiative 200 would end affirmative action. Editorial believes its most troubling aspect would be its impact on higher education. Initiative 200: wrong direction for this state. editorial April 5, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.150 Hana Up and Coming singer Ready for Stardom Choe 1/1/97 Asianfocus
1900.1500 Stereotype: A Preconceived, oversimplified idea of a person, place or object Wing Luke Asian Museum 1997 Brochure
1900.1501 Join In The February 8 Pilgrimage Ng February 8, 198 Seattle Chinese Post
1900.1502 Article A look at how Hawaiians have shaped the history of the Columbia River and other Washington State areas. The Hawaiians Meet Western Civilization Shimabukuro, Bob May 15, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1503 Little Known of Fascinating Era When Chinese Mined Here February 24, 19 The Wenatchee Daily World
1900.1504 Gold Eludes Chinaman March 17, 1926 The Wenatchee Daily World
1900.1505 History Closes in On Seattle's First Railroad History Closes in On Seattle's First Railroad Haigh June 11, 1972 Seattle Times
1900.1506 Chinese Railroad Hands Remembered - 100 Years Late Chinese Railroad Hands Remembered - 100 Years Late Lew November 3, 197 East/West
1900.1507 Chinese First Gold Miners Koch January 18, 193 The Wenatchee Daily World
1900.1508 part of the story deals with the canal dug by Chinese immigrant laborers in 1886 - 87. Lake Washington McDonald October 2, 1955 Seattle Times
1900.1509 Blood and Sweat in the Golden Mountains. Lai January 1, 1976 East/West
1900.151 Deems Tsutakawa Deems Plays For Lovers Corral 12/22/97 International Examiner
1900.1510 Gold Panners On Columbia June 28, 1932 The Wenatchee Daily World
1900.1512 Small paragraph on the expulsion of Chinese miners from Sultan, WA. Sultan Means the Sweet Smell of Cedar Johnsrud April 16, 1972 Seattle Times
1900.1513 Report A detailed history of Chinese Americans in Seattle. Includes where they first settled to when they occupied the Chinatown/Internaitional District. The Settlement and Diffusion of the Chinese Community in Seattle, Washington Chin, Doug July 1973
1900.1514 Happy New Year: the Year of the Tiger Svete Feb. 5, 1986 Beacon Hill News
1900.1515 Korean American Gary Kim Solberg May 15, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1516 Article Bob Santos writes what has happened to the Chinatown/International District since the Kingdome has been in place for 15 years. Kingdome's impact far reaching Santos, Bob April 17, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1517 Asian Pacific Students Fight Racism Wong, Dean March 6, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1518 The High Price of Ingnoring History Howe, Danny March 6, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1519 Article Asian and Pacific Students: Making a Difference Apostol, Melanie Feb. 20, 1991 International Examiner
1900.152 Deems Tsutakawa Deems Plays for Lovers Johnson The Asian Reporter
1900.1520 Kin On Nursing Home Celebrates New Year Hai-Jew February 6, 199 International Examiner
1900.1521 When Can 'Leaves Fall Back to the Roots?' Jin January 9, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1522 'Vietnamese Americans: A View of Two Cultures' Chew April 5, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1523 Article The Wing Luke Museum will display Boy's Day dolls from Shizuko Hara's collection. Doll Collection Donated to Wing Luke Museum Akamine, Mary May 2, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1524 Vietnamese Refugee Learns Meaning of Stress Lam, Amdrew February 15, 19 International Examiner
1900.1525 Poet Records Experiences of Vietnamese Immigrants Takami, David June 20, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1526 Vietnamese Names are Turned Ugly Lam, Amdrew May 3, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1527 Refugee Problems are Becoming Notable For Practical Innovation Oki August 2, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1528 Have Money, But Life is Hard Castilla June 21, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1529 'I Am An American' Shimabukuro, Bob November 21, 19 International Examiner
1900.153 Eyvind Kang Kang of Jazz Penn 2/12/97 Seattle Weekly
1900.1530 Seattle Tennis Center Honors Expert Teacher, Player Amy Yee Apostol, Joy September 5, 19 International Examiner
1900.1531 Helping to Train and Place Workers Wong August 15, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1532 Parents Feel Assured: Denise Louie Early Childhood Education Center Yoshinaga August 15, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1533 Article Bob Santos talks about the recent developments in the Chinatown/International District and how they may affect the District. Long-time I.D. residents forgotten by development Santos, Bob July 4, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1534 Asian Bashing: A Seasonal Sport of Ilconceived Hostility Rekdal, Cynthia Rekdal, Dr. June 6, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1535 AIDS Is Becoming A Non-Prime Topic Akamine February 21, 19 International Examiner
1900.1536 English Only Policy At Harborview Withdrawn Akamine, Mary April 4, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1537 Filipino Workers Upset Over English-Only Policy Akamine, Mary February 7, 199 International Examiner
1900.1538 Model Minority Myth 'Fosters Racism' Tuai, Greg May 3, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1539 We Don't Want Messages of Hate Going Out to Our Children October 4, 1989 International Examiner
1900.154 Article The Wakinikona Hawaiian Club is a social club that promotes Hawaiian community and culture, including hula, for Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest Exploring the Early History of Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest Shimabukuro, Robert May 6, 1992 International Examiner
1900.1540 District Nurse Educates Community on AIDS Shimabukuro May 17, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1541 'How Do We Get Past the Mid-Management level?' Mochizuki February 15, 19 International Examiner
1900.1542 Centenarians Receive Redress Checks Shimabukuro October 17, 199 International Examiner
1900.1543 Sneaking History in With Entertainment Akamine February 15, 19 International Examiner
1900.1544 Philippine Social Unrest An 'Explosive Situation' Shikuma January 6, 1989 International Examiner
1900.1545 China in Maps Denoyer -Geppert 1968 Booklet
1900.1546 Baruso Charged with Murder in 1981 Domingo, Viernes Slayings Shimabukuro September 19, 1 International Examiner
1900.1547 More Than Farm workers and Beauty Queens August 1, 1990 International Examiner
1900.1548 Marcos Mass Elicits Mied Reaction Ching October 18, 198 International Examiner
1900.1549 Article Review of the Wing Luke Asian Museum's New Years exhibit featuring Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Laotian and, Kmhmu traditions Asian New Years on exhibit at Wing Luke February 6, 199 Northwest Nikkei/North American Post
1900.155 Music and APILOT, Asian Pacific Islander Leaders of Tomorow The Origin of Hip - Hop: An Opinionated History Pangilinan 3/1/97 Mirror
1900.1550 A Wedding Becomes a Funeral Vinh and Alex Tizon, Matthew Ebnet July 7, 1998 Seattle Times
1900.1551 All One Tribe NWAAT 1998 Flyer
1900.1553 Japanese Americans Contribute to Exhibit on WWII Internment Moy, Kimberly July 25, 1991 Seattle Times
1900.1554 Article Finding items for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066." Some items in the exhibit will come from new finds and personal collections. Others will come from people's own research and findings. Research team digs for artifacts Akamine, Mary June 19, 1991 International Examiner
1900.1555 Wing Luke Scrapbook Lawson 1990 Scrapbook
1900.1556 Behave Like Your Actions Reflect on all Chinese Jackson Smithsonian
1900.1557 UW Students Reach Out To Pacific Islander Youths Dempster, Brian Komei February 5, 199 International Examiner
1900.1558 Article Samoan immigration has increased in the Seattle area and crime has followed them. Local organizatons are trying to help these immigrants going through the education system and employment, keeping them out of jail, helping them with housing, and making them well known in the area. Taking charge Serrano, Barbara A. July 7, 1991 The Seattle Times
1900.1559 Article Samoan youths had been one of the highest rates for expulsion, suspension and academic performance of any minority group. A program was started to help Samoan youths graduate and earn their high school diploma. Samoans turn defeat into victory Yoshikawa-Cogley, Linda June 5, 1991 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.156 Japanese - American Farmers Nikkei Greenhouses and Farms Abound in Pre - War Green Lake Suguro, Ed 4/1/92 Northwest Nikkei
1900.1560 Samoans Struggle to Adapt Redmond August 30, 1989 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1561 The Community Unites Against AIDS Hai-Jew February 20, 19 International Examiner
1900.1562 George Nakashima: Creating Objects of Utility and Beauty Suguro, Ed July 1990 Northwest Nikkei
1900.1563 Nikkei Fondly Remember the Yakima Valley Suguro September 1992 Northwest Nikkei
1900.1564 Sweet Memories of Sagamiya Suguro November 1990 Northwest Nikkei
1900.1565 This Camp Wasn't Fun and Games Svete December 3, 199 VAllEY DAILY NEWS
1900.1566 442nd Go for Broke: 50 Years Later, Remembering the Legend Wong May 19 - June 1 International Examiner
1900.1567 Japanese Americans Relive Days of Shame Carrier March 22, 1992 Denver Post
1900.1568 Governor Carr 'A Savior' in a Time of Intolerance Baca March 22, 1992 Denver Post
1900.1569 U.S. Immersed in Saying It's Sorry Richmond March 22, 1992 Denver Post
1900.157 Kuni Mikami: Issei Jazz Pianist Hamanaka 11/5/96 International Examiner
1900.1570 Camps of Disharmony Archbold, Mike February 16, 19 Valley Daily News
1900.1571 Experience This! Downey, Roger February 19, 19 Seattle Weekly
1900.1572 Pamphlet Announcement of a contest to redesign the Chinatown/International District. Held by the InterIm Community Development Association. Picture I.D.: A Community Design Event Tu, Trang March 1998 InterIm Community Development Association
1900.1573 Shopping in the I.D. Far Eastern Exposure Huges November 26, 19 Seattle Weekly
1900.1574 Union Station Redevelopment: Draft Environmental Impact Statement Department of Construction and Land use November 1987 Report
1900.1575 Go For Broke, Inc. Press Release November 21, 19 Press Release
1900.1576 Nisei Veterans Newsletter November 1984 Newsletter
1900.1577 Nisei Soldier: Standard Bearer for an Exiled People Press Kit 1984 Press Kit
1900.1578 Report "Downtown Seattle Transit Project" March 1984 - Information pamphlet on the Metro Tunnel project "Downtown Seattle Transit Project News" Nov. 1984 - Proposed station locations (newsletter is cut up) "Downtown Seattle Transit Project News" Jan. 1985 - Art committee, dual-power buses, tunnel plan "Downtown Seattle Transit Project, Preferred Alternative" Jan. 1985 - Pamphlet on the Tunnel project "Metro News" Feb. 13, 1985 - Press release of two meetings on the Tunnel project, includes a flyer on the meetings "Letters to the Editor" Feb. 1985 - Looking at pricing of transit system from around the nation "Downtown Seattle Transit Project News" Mar. 1985 - Funding, dual power bus study "Monitor" May 1985 - Info pamphelt on energy improvements, Congress' support of tunnel, bus service, media coverage, sewer overflow, rule changes "International Special Review District" May 28, 1985 - Letter to METRO ED about problems forseen about the Tunnel Project within the International District (2 copies) "Downtown Seattle Transit Project" July 1985 - Report on what Union Station will look like "International District and Pioneer Square Design Teams Comments on Union Station Transit Platform" Aug. 26, 1985 - Letter on comments from ID reps on Union Station design "METRO" Dec. 11, 1985 - Letter on meeting with ID Special Review on Union Station design "Metro chief sees light at the end of the bus tunnel" Feb. 6, 1986 - Seattle PI article on funding for the bus tunnel "METRO News" May, 2, 1986 - Press release on meeting to discuss bus tunnel art and design, includes picture of design "METRO News" June 5, 1986 - Press release on the approval for Tunnel funding agreement "METRO" June 6, 1986 - Letter to press on Tunnel info; includes folder and 5 fact sheets Metro Transit Tunnel 1984-1986
1900.1579 Report Study on a way to have a market, like Pike Place, in the International District. On behalf of Merchants Parking Association Feasibility Study on an Open Air Market in the International District Lai, Tracy A. September 5, 19 Tracy A. Lai
1900.158 An Family Slayings Community Leaders Speak Out on An Case Wantanabe 8/15/95 International Examiner
1900.1581 Multiple articles on the life and death of Henry Liu, journalist and critic of the government of Taiwan. Includes testimony of Norman Y. Mineta (congressman from California) before House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Henry Liu Case. Henry Liu Murder Case 1985
1900.1582 Letter Press release of 2 Democratic Senators granting money to renovate the Wing Luke Museum's space on Seventh Avenue Senate budget includes money for financing Wing Luke Museum April 22, 1985 Washington State Senate Democratic Communications
1900.1583 Report Waterfront Streetcar Extension Evaluation of Route Alternatives, March 1986 - A report on which route the Streetcar would take throught the Chinatown/International District. Waterfront Streetcar Extension Draft Executive Summery, November 18, 1986 - A report on two alternative routes that would extend the Streetcar's route. Includes drawings, maps, and costs. Map of Waterfront Streetcar Extension with althernate routes Waterfront Streetcar Background Information - History of the Streetcar Waterfront Streetcar - Fact sheet on the Streetcar and Extension project Aug. 6, 1987 Press release from Metro - Announcing Metro holding a meeting on plans to extend the Streetcar Oct. 2, 1987 Press release from Metro - Announcing Metro selecting the extended route for the Streetcar Waterfront Street Car Extension 1986-87 Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle
1900.1584 How will The Asian Community Survive the New Budget Changes? June 13, 1981 Agenda
1900.1585 Spiral-Bound Union Staton Corridor Study lists recommendations for the redevelopment of Union Station. Includes surveys of housing, business, and transportation, and building redesigns Union Station Corridor Study: Phase I Recommendations Goetz, Larry March 1986 City of Seattle
1900.1586 Spiral-Bound Union Station's history (includes Chinatown/International District and Pioneer Square histories), community overview, land use, development patterns/property ownerships, social/economic data (statistics), land values, and transportation. Includes CID housing survey and a list of who owns property in the CID. Union Station Corridor Study: Phase I Background and Information Goetz, Larry March 1986 City of Seattle
1900.1587 International District Improvement Association News letter May 1978 Newsletter
1900.1589 King County Councilwoman, Ruby Chow, announces her decision not to run for re-election. Summarizes her major accomplishments on the Council including: Affirmative Action Plan, Washington Jail Commission, Farm Preservation Act , boaters' fee to fund the King County Policee Marine Unit. Ruby Chow Decides Not to Seek Another Term on County Council Danelski, David November 22, 19 Beacon Hill News
1900.159 Korean American History Korean Music Organizations and Musicians From This area
1900.1590 Ruby Chow', on the King County Council for over a decade, will not run for re-election. Ruby Chow to Call It quits After This Term Coughlin, Dan November 27, 19 Seattle Post Intelligencer
1900.1591 On the Boards Presents Sankai Juku - Japanese Dance Theatre Co. March 19, 1986 Press Release
1900.1592 Various articles and press releases regarding the story Death of Dancer Yoshiyuki Takada of Sankai Juku September 1985 Articles news releases
1900.1593 Pamphlet Union Station: Landmarks Are Buildings that Span Generations pamphlet - Union Station's history, significance in Seattle and local neighborhoods, and transportation. The remaking of Union Station. Progressive Architecture January 1986: 33rd Annual P/A Awards Program - Outlines the Union Station Redevelopment Project List - List of people involved in remodeling Union Station with notes Union Station 1986
1900.1594 Article Evaluation of areas in Downtown Seattle to determine alternatives. Includes evaluations of King Street Station, Union Station, King Street Station/Union Station, Jackson Street - Yesler Way, First Avenue and University Street, Convention Center, Convention Center Station, and Mercer Bus Base/Seattle Center. City of Seattle, Long Range Facilities Plan: Site Evaluation July 2, 1986 Department of Administrative Services
1900.1595 Letter May 3, 1984 Letter from The Burke Associates to the International Special Review District board - Ed Burke requests the Board to change the Terrace View Hotel from a residential status to an office use status (Terrace View Project). Includes a brief history of the Hotel. May 31, 1984 Letter from the City of Seattle to David Moseley, Seattle Department of Community Development - Outlines the Project, the background, and the issues. Includes options of the Project. June 4, 1984 Letter from International District Housing Alliance (IDHA) to the International Special Review District board - IDHA states opposition to change the Hotel's status. June 7, 1984 Letter from the City of Seattle to James Fearn - The Department of Urban Conservation requests a legal interpretation of the Boards' regulations as it pertains to the Hotel. June 14, 1984 Letter from IDHA to Ed Burke - IDHA's response to Ed Burke's complaints about low-income people in the community. June 17, 1984 Letter from The Burke Associates to IDHA - Ed Burke's response to the above letter. Terrace View Project May-June 1984
1900.1596 June 1979, February 1979 Chinatown-International District Public Authority Journal PDA Newspaper
1900.1597 Bush Hotel Papers 1983 - 84
1900.1598 Report Report booklet (1981-June 30, 1982): Financial reports from SCIDpda 1984 Annual Report booklet: Lists SCIDpda projects and financial reports Bush-Asia Center (BAC) report: Financial history of the Bush-Asia Center and SCIDpda's ways to maintain the Center Mid-Year Request and City Assistance report: SCIDpda requesting financial assitance from Seattle's Mayor Administration report: Assessment if SCIDpda doesn't receive funding from city Your Seattle Community Development report: City of Seattle's report on how they will help SCIDpda financially Seattle Chinatown-International District Preservation and Development Authority 1981-1984 SCIDpda
1900.1599 Report A report analyzing parking in the Chinatown International District. International District Parking Study April 1981 Department of Community Development
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