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2012.003.010 Book Joseph Park: Moon Beam Caress Held, Robin 2005 Frye Art Museum
2012.017.001 Book Reading the Wood: Techniques and Projects from a Master Woodworker Elkan, Michael 1996 Sterling Publishing Co.
2012.018.001 Book Jing Ho, Hauk Ho: A Make It, Do It, Learn It, Book of Chinese Activities for Children Rekdal, C.K. 1976 Fortune Cookie Press
2012.018.002 Book China: Coloring Guide Seablom, Victoria, ed. 1979 Seablom Design
2012.018.003 Book Chinese Opera 1973 The National Chinese Opera Theater
2012.018.004 Pamphlet Common Symbols in Chinese Art Pauline Lake
2012.018.005 Booklet Meeting Ground: Chinese Children, Chinese Friends; A Children's Museum Activity Book Migdal, Marcia 1983 The Children's Museum, Seattle
2012.018.006 Book Examines the customs, traditions, foods and lore associated with the celebration of the Chinese New Year. Happy New Year! Kung-Hsi Fa-Ts'ai! Demi 1997 Crown Publishers
2012.018.007 Book Favorite Children's Stories from China and Tibet Hume, Lotta Carswell 1972 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2012.018.008 Book A readable and thoughtful review of the history of a great but tragically exploited people. China Fessler, Loren 1963 Time Incorporated
2012.018.009 Book Chinese in 10 Minutes a Day Kershul, Kristine 1982 Bilingual Books Inc.
2012.018.010 Book Chinese Step-By-Step: Step One Wang, Gwen T. 1986 Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
2012.018.011 Book The Peacock Maiden: Folk Tales from China 1991 Foreign Languages Press
2012.018.012 Book Chinese Folk Tales Kuo, Louise 1976 Celestial Arts
2012.018.013 Book Beijing Legends Jin, Shoushen 1982 Panda Books
2012.018.014 Book Folktales of China Eberhard, Wolfram, ed. 1973 Washington Square Press
2012.018.015 Book Tales of Old Japan Mitford, A.B. 1982 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2012.018.016 Book Folktales of Japan Seki, Keigo, ed. 1963 University of Chicago Press
2012.018.017 Book Folk Tales from Korea Zong, In-sob 1974 Hollym Corporation
2012.018.018 Book Eighteen tales from the folklore of India, including The Compassionate King, The Cobra and the Crows, The Greedy Heron, The Ignorant Brahmin, and How to Succeed in Business With Only a Dead Mouse. India Folk Tales Herman, A.L., ed. 1968 The Peter Pauper Press
2012.018.019 Book Gods, Demons, and Others Narayan, R.K. 1964 The Viking Press
2012.018.020 Book Tibetan Folk Tales Hyde-Chambers, Fredrick 1981 Shambhala Publications
2012.018.021 Book The Legends and Myths of Hawaii: The Fables and Folk-lore of a Strange People Kalakaua, David 1972 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2012.018.022 Book A Short Synopsis of the Most Essential Points in Hawaiian Grammar Alexander, W.D. 1968 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2012.018.023 Book Folk Music Festival in Hawaii: Folk Songs from Asia, The Pacific and America Kelly, Jr., John M. 1965 Boston Music Company
2012.018.024 Book Hawaiian Journey Mullins, Joseph G. 1978 Mutual Publishing
2012.018.025 Book Young Folks Hawaiian Time: A Collection of True Hawaiian Children's Stories Pitchford, Genie 1972 Mid-Pacific Press, Inc.
2012.018.026 Book Folk Tales from Asia: For Children Everywhere 1975 John Weatherhill, Inc.
2012.018.027 Book Peoples of Washington: Perspectives on Cultural Diversity White, Sid, ed. 1989 Washington State University Press
2012.018.028 Book Presents tales from China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. Asian-Pacific Folktales and Legends Faurot, Jeannette L., ed. 1995 Simon and Schuster
2012.018.029 Newspaper Volume 1, No. 4 October 1984 Discover China in Seattle Seattle Chinese Post
2012.018.030 Magazine Volume 158, No.1, July 1980 National Geographic National Geographic
2012.018.031 Book A protrayal of the geographical and human diversity of China. Journey Into China 1982 The National Geographic Society
2012.021.003 Booklet History of the International Community Health Services Bringing Health Care Home 1973 - 2008 Chew, Ron 2008 ICHS
2012.023.001 Book Book Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization McClure, Phillips, Co., 1903 Published anonymously by By G. Lowes Dickinson this little book was taken for a genuine document by many critics, among others, Mr. William Jennings Bryan, who wrote an elaborate answer to it. The writer was an English university lecturer. Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization G. Lowes Dickinson 1903
2012.027.001 DVD Racist animated television series National Lampoon Presents Mr. Wong Mr. Wong
2012.033.001 Book Commemoration for those whose education was interruped by WW II and Internment Long Journey Home: UW Nikkei Stidents 1941/1942 - 2008 Kashima, Tetsuden, Theresa Murdock and Steven Sumida 2011
2012.039.001 Book Chinese text book 1930
2012.039.002 Book Chinese Text Book
2012.039.003 Book Japanese Text Book Civics 1942
2012.039.004 Book Japanese Text Book Art Drawing
2012.039.005 Book Japanese Text Book Craft Design 1944
2012.043.001 Book Illustrations by Keye Luke Unfinished Song of Achmed Mohammed Liederman, Earle 1951 House-Warven
2012.043.002 Book Red Hardcover book Directory of overseas Chinese Chinese Around the World, the Vol. I Chang, Stephen H. 1965
2012.043.003 Book Green hardcover book Directory of overseas Chinese Chinese Around the World, the Vol. II Chang, Stephen H. 1970 World Chinese Publishign Asociation
2012.043.004 Book Blue hardcover book plastic slipcase Overseas Chinese Chinese Around the World, the Chang, Stephen H. 1973 World Chinese Publishing Association
2012.043.005 Book Annual Yearbook of Garfield High School 1935 The Arrow 1935 1935 Garfield HS
2012.043.006 Book Annual Yearbook Sealth 1936 Broadway High School Sealth 1936 Broadway HS
2012.043.007 Book Annual Yearbook Sealth Broadway High SChool 1941 Sealth 1941 Broadway HS
2012.045.001 Book A Practical English-Chinese Pronouncing Dictionary Chen, Janey 1970 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2012.045.002 Book The Cantonese Speaker's Dictionary Cowles, Roy T. 1965 Hong Kong University Press
2012.045.003 Book This dictionary uses the Yale Romanization for transcribing Cantonese. The conversion table of Romanization gives Meyer-Wempe and International Phonetic Alphabet equivalents, but not those for Jyutping (developed in 1993) or Sydney Lau's system. Contents: Preface; Introduction (Pronunciation Guide, Grammatical Notations); A Dictionary of Cantonese (English-Cantonese, Cantonese-English, Character Index); A List of Geographical Names and Common Chinese Surnames; Conversion table of romanization; List of Books Consulted. Cantonese Dictionary, Cantonese-English, English-Cantonese Huang, Parker Po-fei 1970 Yale University Press
2012.046.001 Book Does race still matter? In the United States, legal categories of race continue to multiply. Have these official definitions, once constructed by a white majority for exclusionary and oppressive ends, successfully transformed into tools for enforcing civil rights? After a historical background, Lott gives a detailed explanation of the origins and implications of Directive 15 - a critical juncture in the recent legal development of census and national data categories. She then turns to the complexities of Asian American identities, deconstructing widely accepted minority/majority classifications, and historicizing the changing definitions of those labels Asian Americans: From Racial Category to Multiple Identities Lott, Juanita Tamayo 1998 AltaMira Press
2012.046.002 Book Filipinos in Washington, D.C. Cacas, Rita M. 2009 Arcadia Publishing
2012.046.003 book Itchy Brown Girl Seeks Employment is an ironic Curriculum Vitae where life and work experiences one wouldn't want a potential employer to know are highlighted using vulnerability, wit, observation, and candor. Ella deCastro Baron a first generation Asian American woman challenged by her parents' faith, inherited sickness, and questionable life choices shares of beginning and ending relationships, restlessness, miracles, prejudice, entitlement, and community. She leaves it up to the reader to decide, after assessing her background, education, professional experience, fieldwork, high (and low) achievements, if she is someone worth investing in. Itchy Brown Girl Seeks Employment Baron, Ella deCastro 2009 San Diego City Works Press
2012.046.004 Book An iconic figure of the Asian American movement, Richard Aoki (1938--2009) was also, as the most prominent non-Black member of the Black Panther Party, a key architect of Afro-Asian solidarity in the 1960s and '70s. His life story exposes the personal side of political activism as it illuminates the history of ethnic nationalism and radical internationalism in America. A reflection of this interconnection, Samurai among Panthers weaves together two narratives: Aoki's dramatic first-person chronicle and an interpretive history by a leading scholar of the Asian American movement, Diane C. Fujino. Aoki's candid account of himself takes us from his early years in Japanese American internment camps to his political education on the streets of Oakland, to his emergence in the Black Panther Party. As his story unfolds, we see how his parents' separation inside the camps and his father's illegal activities shaped the development of Aoki's politics. Fujino situates his life within the context of twentieth-century history-World War II, the Cold War, and the protests of the 1960s. She demonstrates how activism is both an accidental and an intentional endeavor and how a militant activist practice can also promote participatory democracy and social service. The result of these parallel voices and analysis in Samurai among Panthers is a complex-and sometimes contradictory-portrait of a singularly extraordinary activist and an expansion and deepening of our understanding of the history he lived. Samurai among Panthers: Richard Aoki on Race, Resistance, and a Paradoxical Life Fujino, Diane 2012 University of Minnesota Press
2012.046.005 Book Tens of thousands of Filipinos who have lived, worked, and raised families for over five generations in this unique city stake their rightful claim to more than a century of shared history in San Francisco. The photographs herein attest to the early arrivals, who came as merchant mariners, businesspeople, scholars, and musicians, as well as agricultural and domestic workers. But their story has often been ignored, told incompletely by others, and edited too selectively by many. The Filipino American experience both epitomizes and defies the traditional immigrant storyline, and these pictures honestly and respectfully document the fruits of their labors, the products of their perseverance, and, at times, their resistance to social exclusion and economic suppression. Filipinos In San Francisco Filipino American National Historical Society 2011 Arcadia Publishing
2012.046.006 book All eyes are now focused on California - a state that has set precedent for anti-discrimination initiatives since its first policies in 1934 preceded federal policies by almost a decade. The contributors to this volume came together with the belief that today's highly emotional and rhetorical debate over affirmative action would be better informed if it were grounded in an analysis of the strategies and outcomes of California's programs over the last quarter century. Impacts of Affirmative Action: Policies and Consequences in California Ong, Paul 1999 AltaMira Press
2012.046.007 book The inspirational account of a Japanese-American family's triumph in the face of the death of their three children, two from AIDS and a third the victim of a tragic drive-by shooting, Honor Thy Children chronicles the creation, devastation, and remarkable resurrection of the Nakatanis - who journey from unimaginable grief to healing. Honor Thy Children: One Family's Journey to Wholeness Fumia, Molly 1997 Conari Press
2012.046.008 book This intimate and detailed biography draws on interviews with friends and family members, as well as Hayakawa's own papers and journals, to bring this controversial and fascinating figure to life. He was an enigma to colleagues as well as adversaries, a Republican senator who consistently bucked his party's ideals with his support of the women's movement, abortion rights, and even Ronald Reagan's search for a female running mate. The son of Japanese immigrants, born and raised in Canada before moving to the United States, Hayakawa emerges here as a complex and complicated figure. In Thought and Action: the Enigmatic Life of S.I. Hayakawa Haslam, Gerald W. University of Nebraska
2012.046.009 book "Teachers often find it difficult each May to gather materials for Asian Pacific Heritage Month to remember these struggles ... To fill this gap, our team has collected information about twenty notable Asian and Pacific Island Americans who shaped our country. Each profile consists of a short body of text, appropriate from Grades 4-8, and a large portrait." Crossing Boundaries: Asian & Pacific Islander Americans Collier, Irene Dea 2010 The Association of Chinese Teachers
2012.047.001 Booklet Journey Down the Yangtze: From Dragon's Tail to Dragon's Head Neighbor, Tese Wintz 1998 University of Washington
2012.047.002 Book Combining sensitivity and eloquence with a broad appeal, Li-Young Lee walks in the footsteps of Stanley Kunitz and Billy Collins as one of the United States's most beloved poets. Playful, erotic, at times mysterious, his work describes the immanent value of everyday experience. Straightforward language and simple narratives become gateways to the most powerful formulations of beauty, wisdom, and divine love. Behind My Eyes Lee, Li-Young 2008 W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.
2012.047.003 Book Turning Shadows Into Light: Art and Culture of the Northwest's Early Asian/Pacific Community Tsutakawa, Mayumi, ed. 1982 Young Pine Press
2012.047.004 Book Flowers Blooming Against a Bruised Gray Sky Kalu, Uchechi 2006 Whit Press
2012.047.005 Book Good Luck Gold and Other Poems Wong, Janet S. 1994 Simon and Schuster
2012.047.006 Book Madchild Running Egawa, Keith 1999 Red Crane Books
2012.047.007 Book Telling Tales From Asia: A Resource Book For All Who Love Telling Stories Spagnoli, Cathy 1999 Tulika Publishers
2012.049.001 Book A Century of Puget Sound Nikkei History Mochizuki, Ken 2012 Japanese American Citizens League
2013.011.001 Book Chinese in Washington State Chin, Doug 2013 OCA Greater Seattle
2013.025.003 Book An American Dictionary of the English Language Webster 1859
2013.027.002 Book Comic strip compilation Contains stereotypical Asian character Charlie Hilarious Adventures of the Nearsighted Mister Magoo 1967
2013.033.010 Article Anti-Oriental Agitation and the Rise of Working-class Racism February 1973 Social Science and Modern Society
2013.033.012 Article Pertains to courthouse building Medal of Honor recipient William Nakamura. Senate Approves Courthouse Tribute November 2, 200
2013.033.016 Article "A rundown of the stages and levels of awareness" The Negro-to-Black Conversion Experience William E. Cross Jr. July 1971 Black World
2013.033.017 Article Examines achievement orientation, cultural values, and personalities of Japanese Americans Achievement, Culture and Personality: The Case of the Japanese Americans William Caudill, George De Vos December 1956 American Anthropologist
2013.033.021 Article Printed chapter 2 from book. History of early Chinese immigrants in Vancouver Island. Creating Outsiders, 1875-1903 Kay J. Anderson 1991 McGill-Queen's University Press
2013.033.023 Article Two photocopied exerpt pages from unknown book. Pages 68, 69, 72, 73. Japanese population employment in late 19th century. Development of Japanese communities in Western U.S. East to America, In Interior America
2013.033.026 Article Chapter 1 titled Three Worlds. Explains "mutual dependence" in the forms of clan, caste, and clubs. Notes from Clan, Caste and Club: Chapter 1- Three Worlds Francis L.K. Hsu 1963 Van Nostrand Company
2013.033.027 Article Immigration and integration of Chinese to British Columbia. Strangers Entertained: A History of the Ethnic Groups of British Colunbia, Chapter 23 The Chinese John Norris 1971 Evergreen Press Limited
2013.033.028 Newsletter Article in the Pacific Historical Review examining Racism and stereotypes in California in the 1870s. Sambo and the Heathen Chinee: Californian's Racial Stereotypes in the Late 1870s Luther W. Spoehr May 1973 The Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association
2013.033.029 Article Article from Journal reprinted by the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Examines changes in Japanese psychological behavioral characteristics in modern Japan. General Culture: The Influence of Social Structure and Culture on Human Behavior in Modern Japan William A. Caudill 1973 The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
2013.033.030 Article Article in review exploring a thesis that white-black relations in America are those of colonizer and colonized. Analyzes urban riots, cultural nationalism, and ghetto control policies. Internal Colonialism and Ghetto Revolt Robert Blauner 1969 American Sociological Review
2013.033.031 Newspaper Newspaper with articles titled: "Nikkei Greenhouse Pioneers" and "Last of the Nikkei Farmers". Nikkei Greenhouse Pioneers, Last of the Nikkei Farmers Ryo Kumasaka, Ed Suguro May 1991 Northwest Nikkei
2013.033.033 Booklet Booklet introducing the JACL (Japanese Americal Citizens League). Readings on their mission and history. JACL Better Americans in a Greater America Japanese American Citizens League
2013.033.034 Booklet Article in the Seattle Sun Newspaper. Talks about resettling costs and repayment for dislocated Japanese Americans in 1942. Japanese-Americans Seek Redress for Injustices Maria Taylor April 28, 1976 Seattle Sun
2013.033.035 Newspaper News article from Seattle Times questioning if new construction is actually leading to a "a high quality public realm". Argues streetscape is not condusive to Seattle's original style and functions. A Missed Opportunity: Independent Projects Patch City Into a Crazy Quilt Mark Hinshaw July 15, 2001 The Seattle Times
2013.033.036 Newsletter A newsletter consisting of articles about Bob Santos, Section 8 housing, Seattle City Counsil, Washington's Living Wage Movement, Funding for Housing and Shelters, public transit, The Gates Foundation, senior housing, and community land trusts. A Publication of the Low Income Housing Institute Karen Savage March 2001 Housing Washington
2013.033.037 Booklet A published summary of a study on Asian Pacific American community development challenges and opportunities. Building Capacity: The Challenges and Opportunities of Asian Pacific American Community Development The Urban Institute October 2000 The Urban Institute
2013.033.039 Newspaper A news article suggesting a solution for the Atlas Hotel after its' renovation. A possible housing solution for elderly men. A Chance for International District Hotels Alf Collins July 29, 1973 The Seattle Times
2013.033.042 Article A compilation of Ah Kan's records, photographs, and history. A breif biography. He Can Always Have the Moon: The Story of Ah Kan Sheila D. Reddy 1993 Heritage Program Payette NAtional Forest
2013.033.052 Article Describing Dim Sum in the International District. The International District's Nearly Secret Delight: Chinese Luncheon Pasteries Dave Suffia December 31, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.053 Article Newsarticle and photographs of Yesler way in 1900 and 2002. Now and then, history of Seattle. Yesler In the Rough Paul Dorpat May 5, 2002 The Seattle Times
2013.033.054 Article History of Seattle. Newspaper photograph of 1907 Montlake logging canal. Lake union, portage bay history. Short Haul Paul Dorpat June 2, 2002 The Seattle Times
2013.033.056 Newspaper Seattle Times with article about Asian American diversity in Seattle. Asian Mosaic Expanding Barbara A. Serrano June 9, 1991 The Seattle Times
2013.033.058 Article Yuen Gam Woo, owner of Moon Temple in Wallingford obituary. Yuen Gam Woo, Restaurateur Who 'Made Best Almond Chicken in Town' Elouise Schumacher January 29, 199 The Seattle Times
2013.033.059 Article Article from the Seattle Times documenting the living conditions in the Milwaukee Hotel in 1973. A Place to Live, but... John Bell January 21, 197 The Seattle Times
2013.033.060 Article History of Seattle. Newspaper photograph of Jackson Street and 12th Ave in 1883 compared to today. Jackson Street Regrade, 1883 Paul Dorpat October 17, 199 The Seattle TImes
2013.033.061 Article Chapter in book titled "Tragedy in Chinatown". About Walla Walla's Chinese community. Outlines a fire caused by New Year fireworks at the Chinese Masonic Lodge that killed 11 people. History of the Chinese Masonic Lodge. Walla Walla: A Nice Place to Raise a Family 1920-1949 Robert A. Bennett 1988 Pioneer Press Books
2013.033.062 Article Article from the Seattle Times about Gary Locke before he ran for governor. Gary Locke: Seattle Democrat Paying More Attention to Calls that He Run for Governor Jim Simon March 20, 1992 The Seattle Times
2013.033.063 Article Newspaper photograph of Weller Street in 1919. History laying bricks to paving streets in Seattle. Paving Weller Street Paul Dorpat July 21, 1996 The Seattle Times
2013.033.064 Article Newsarticle outlining a zoning dispute in International District over a 2 story restaurant complex. Outlines a shooting that happened at the site and citizens nervous about crime rates. Tong history. chinese Tong's Restaurant Plans Stir Fears Peyton Whitely November 21, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.065 Article Newspaper photograph of gas yard on Jackson and King Street in 1907. History of Seattle's Gas Yard. King Street Gas Yard Paul Dorpat April 25, 1993 The Seattle Times
2013.033.066 Article Ruby Chow v.s. Ron Sims for city council. Two news articles about their campaigns. Chow Faces Defection Amoung Chinese-Americans, Split Spurs Chow's Supporters Peter Rhinearson, Dan Coughlin August 13-18, The Seattle Times, The Seattle Post Intellegencer
2013.033.067 Article Newsarticle describing discrimination toward Asian youth in Seattle. Article suggests we use the term 'gang' too loosely when describing groups of Asian youths in Seattle. No Gangs in Seattle, Say Chinese Youths Peyton Whitley November 22, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.068 Article Newsarticle comparing Seattle Tongs to the dangers of San Fransisco Tongs. Article suggesting there is not much illegal activity in the Tongs of Seattle. Tong history and use to protect against racial discrimination and exploitation. Are Tong's Big-Gambling Days Gone? Peyton Whitely November 21, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.069 Article A somber newsarticle detailing the poor state of the M. Hee Wo Medicine Co. Article suggests that Chinese herbal medicine is not disappearing but this company is already gone. M. Hee Wo Medicine Co. Belongs to a Different Age Paul Henderson July 7, 1973 The Seattle Times
2013.033.070 Article Newsarticle outlining the life of volunteerism for Anne Chinn Lew-Wing. Short biography of her life and her presence in the Asian-American community in Seattle. Anne Chinn Lew-Wing: A Lifetime of Giving Fidelius Kuo March 20, 1993 NW Asian Weekly
2013.033.071 Article Newsarticle describing the book "Bittermelon: The Last Rural Chinese Town in America". Locke, California built by Chinese immigrants. Chinese-American history. The Last Rural Chinese Town in America Kathryn Chinn December 16, 19 The International Examiner
2013.033.072 Article Details of a massacre killing 31 Chinese miners in 1887. Questioning if justice was served to the muderers. Snake River Massacre. Massacre on Rive Retold: Wholesale Slaying of 31 Chinese Miners Remembered by Craig A. W. Nelson November 7, 193 Walla Walla Union
2013.033.073 Article Illustrations and information on Bill Gulick's story and research about the Snake River Massacre and area. Snake River history. Murder and stolen gold from Chinese minors. Snake River Area Where Many Died July 9, 1973 The Seattle Times
2013.033.074 Article Newsarticle on Cantonese radio program in Seattle. Providing an educational broadcast to help unify and direct Cantonese speakers in Seattle. Chinese Voice Helps Foreign Born Julie Emery March 25, 1973 The Seattle TImes
2013.033.075 Article A collection of newsarticles addressing the gambling raid and arrest of 77 people in Seattle's International District Heng Club. "Tielsch Would Dismiss 43 in Heng Raid" "Judge Doesn't See Bias in Gambling Law" by Larry Brown "Gambling Rap Hits Dozen" "City Will Try to Dismiss Charges Against 40 in Raid" by Dave Birkland Gambling Raid in Seattle Articles February 8-10, Seattle Post Intelligencer
2013.033.076 Article Newsarticle recounting protest at the groundbreaking ceremony for the king dome stadium. Stadium Started with Mud-Slingling Protest Greg Heberlein November 3, 197 The Seattle Times
2013.033.077 Article Newsarticle with photograph of King Street Station when it first opened in 1906. Seattle King Street Station construction history. Venice on the Tideflats Paul Dorpat June 5, 1994 The Seattle TImes
2013.033.078 Article Newsarticle on logging history and the Montlake cut. Beginning of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The Montlake Cut Proved a Troublesome Job for Pioneers Dr. James Warren October 20, 198 The Seattle Post Intelligencer
2013.033.079 Article Newsarticle with photograph of First Ave S and Washington St from 1873. Discusses MOHAI historian, Lorraine McConaghy's book and career. History Traced in a Treasury of Files Paul Dorpat November 20, 20 The Seattle Times
2013.033.081 Article Photocopy scanned page of book. Includes 2 pictures of the Chin Gee Hee building at 400 Second Ave in Seattle in early 20th century. Seattle's Pioneer Square Joy Keniston-Longrie 2009 Arcadia Press
2013.033.083 Book Photocopied sections of book. History of Washington State. Exerpts contain information about the early timber industry, farming, and other early employment. Exerpts on early homesteaders in Washington, census data, and early Chinese immigration history. Anti-Chinese sentiment in early Washington. Washington Territory Robert E. Ficken 2002 Washington State University Press
2013.033.085 Article Essay about the history of Chinese immigration to the Columbia River region. Focus on discriminatory legislation and the Exclusion Act of 1882. Focus on Chinese immigrants contribution to the fishery canning process. Silent Sojourn: The Chinese Along the Lower COlumbia River 1870-1900 Chris C. Friday Lewis and Clark College
2013.033.086 Article Essay/case study investigating clubs of Asian awareness at Renton High School. Race awareness. Case Study: The Renton High School Asian AMerican Student Association Past and Present Alan R. Wing
2013.033.087 Article Printed thumbnail history of Bellingham, Washington. First peoples, logging history, photographs of old Bellingham. From Bellingham-Thumbnail History October 28, 201 Washington State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation
2013.033.089 Magazine Gee How Oak Tin Association published journal. Includes biographies of members, Chinese business adds, histories, classical Chinese literature. Seattle USA Hing W. Chinn December 1990 Gee How Oak Tin Association
2013.033.090 Article Author recounts his grandfather's experience working in the Warren Cannery. Photocopied photographs of the cannery in 1980. Warren Cannery Glenn R. Steiner February 1980
2013.033.092 Article Newspaper article about Chinese immigration to Taiwan and the United States after 1949. Elise Chin, George Chin, and Dr. William Ho recount their histories and life in Seattle. Seattle's 'Second' Chinese Immigration Larry Rumley May 5, 1974 The Seattle Times
2013.033.093 Magazine Magazine with articles attributed to Asian culture in Seattle, Asian immigration in Seattle, Japanese arts, Seattle's international district, Filipino American experience, Asian Youth in Seattle, and bilingual education. Puget Soundings April 1978 Junior League of Seattle
2013.033.094 Article Draft of Doug Chin's book "Seattle's International DIstrict". Draft of Seattle's International District history. The International District Condition Doug Chin The International DIstrict Youth Council
2013.033.095 Article Draft of article about early Chinese immigration to the U.S. from beginning to 1965. Chinese in Seattle: The First 100 Years Doug Chin
2013.033.096 Article Essay by Doug Chin as a student from the University of Washington in ASIAN 499 class. About racial segregation pertaining to Chinese Americans. Includes editing notes. Ethnic Residential Segregation: The Case of Seattle's Chinese Douglas Chin 1976
2013.033.097 Article Essay written by Douglas Chin in his class for the School of Public Affairs. About community/neighborhood political power structures in Seattle's International District. About relationship of neighborhood and city government. The Evolution of Political Forces in Chinatown Douglas Chin 1977
2013.033.098 Article Compiled data about anti-Chinese action in Tacoma in the 1880s. Includes article from "Tacoma Expels the Entire Chinese Community on November 3, 1885". Anti-Chinese Movement in Tacoma, WA: 1880s Western Washington University
2013.033.099 Article Article about Asian American immigration, labor, and community in the United States. A History Bursting with Telling: Asian Americans in Washington State Mathew W. Klingle University of Washington
2013.033.100 Article Article about history of Chinese immigration to the U.S. and legal issues they encountered. The Chinese and the Courts in the Pacific Northwest: Justice Denied? John R. Wunder May 1983 University of California Press
2013.033.101 Article Biography of Goon Dip. Immigrant to U.S. from China. "Rags to riches story". His role in the Chinese communtiy in the Pacific Northwest. Goon Dip: Entrepreneur, Diplomat, and Community Leader Willard and Silas G. Jue 1984 Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest
2013.033.102 Article Printed Wikipedia article from May 31, 2012 about Chinese American History. Chinese American History 2012 Wikipedia
2013.033.103 Article Chinese history in Bellingham, WA. Tensions between white and Chinese community in Bellingham between 1870 and 1886. Racial Tension at Pert Townsend and Bellingham Bay: 1870-1886 Margaret Willson and Jeffery L. MacDonald 1983 Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest
2013.033.104 Article History of early Chinese minors and laborers in Roslyn and Cle Elum, Washington. Coal Towns in the Cascades: A Centennial Hisory of Roslyn and Cle Elum, Washington John C. Shideler May 26, 1987 Melior Publications
2013.033.105 Article Collection of articles about the Chinese experience in Walla Walla, Washington. Includes: "Walla Walla's Chinese Population: The HIstory of Walla Walla's Chinatown 1862-1962" by Drew Ackerlund published by the Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest. "A Shadow of the Past: The Chinese Experience in Walla Walla" by Art Chin in Northwest Asian Weekly newspaper. The Chinese Experience in Walla Walla Art Chin, Drew Ackerlund March 9, 2012
2013.033.106 Article A collection of histories and photographs of Chinese expulsion sites in Washington. Printed from What You See: Photographs of CHinese Expulsion Sites 2011
2013.033.107 Article Article from the Pacific Northwest Quarterly about politics dealing with anti-Chinese movements. Chinese history. Labor unions. From Anti-Chinese Agitation to Reform Politics: The Legacy of the Knights if Labor in Washington and the Pacific Northwest Carlos A. Schwantes 1997 University of Washington
2013.033.108 Article Notes from an unpublished master thesis about the History of Chinese Americans in Spokane 1860-1915. Includes article "Spokane's Old Chinatown: Trent Alley" a thumbnail history. The Chinese in Spokane, 1860-1915 Unpublished Master Thesis July Nelson 1994
2013.033.109 Booklet A booklet published by the Chinese Baptist Church in Seattle about November events and community engagement at the church. Details about programs and people of the church. In Christ November 1971 Chinese Baptist Church
2013.033.110 Article Article accounting Chinese history in Port Townsend, Washington. Chinese immigration to Washington. Early labor and jobs for Chinese immigrants. Ghosts of Jefferson County: The Chinese Marge Samuelson April 14, 2011
2013.033.111 Article A collection of information from and an article by Sarah Dougher about Chinese history in Olympia, Washington. Anti-Chinese movements, labor and the railroad. Sent Out on the Tracks They Built: Sinophobia in Olympia, 1886 Sarah Dougher
2013.033.112 Article Article on health information about Chinese immigrants to the Pacific Northwest. Cancer-related health. About the "underutilized preventive care" available for immigrants. Results from a study about health information. Health educators and targeting communities. Public outreach in healthcare. by: Erica D. Woodall, Victoria M. Taylor, Chong Teh, Lin Li, Elizabeth Acorda, Shin-Ping Tu, Yutaka Yasui, T. Gregory Hislop Sources of Health Information Among Chinese Immigrants to the Pacific Northwest Erica D. Woodall, Victoria M. Taylor, Chong Teh, Lin Li, Elizabeth Acorda... October 16, 200 Journal of Cancer Education
2013.033.113 Article Collection of Newspaper articles and articles about the history of Chinese Americans in Port Townsend, Washington. Includes: "Chinese Immigrants Discovered Freedon in Robust Seaport Town" by Bob Boardman of the Port Townsend Leader Summer Magazine "Bobby Gow's 'Dirty Dozen'" by Bob Boardman of the Port Townsend Leader Summer Magazine "Port Townsend: Years that are Gone" by Peter Simpson and James Herman, Quimper Press, Port Townsend 1979 "Port Townsend's Pioneer Chinese Merchants" by Margaret Willson and Jeff MacDonald, Landmarks 1983 Chinese Americans in Port Townsend
2013.033.114 Records A collection of notes and writings by Doug Chin about the history of Chinese AMericans and Washington's railroads. Walla Walla and the Columbia River Railroad. Northern Pacific Railroad. The Chinese and Washington's Railroads Doug Chin
2013.033.115 Article Article about history of Chinese in Port Townsend. Absence of Chinese colony in written history unil 1930s. Chinese contribution to developement of Port Townsend community. Anti-Chinese sentiment in Port Townsend. The Various Celestials Among Our Town: Euro-American Response to Port Townsend's Chinese Colony Daniel Leistman July 1994
2013.033.116 Article Draft for Resource Protection Planning Process (RP3) to evaluate and protect governmental and political resources within the state of Washington. Addresses how to determine the best action for preservation of "significant properties". Resource Protection Planning Process (RP3) Study Unit: Politics/Government/Law Gregory A. Griffith and David W. Harvey Washington State Department of Community Developement
2013.033.117 Records Photocopied sections of book. City politics and unions. Political history of Seattle in the 1920s. Includes notes by Doug Chin on Cordova's "Filipinos: Forgotten Asian Americans". Includes page numbers and quotes from the book. Filipino American history. Seattle 1921-1940 From Boom to Bust Richard C. Berner 1992 Charles Press
2013.033.118 Booklet Commission of Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) guidebook for integrating Asian Pacific American history into K-12 curriculum and teaching strategies. Teaching aid. Asian Pacific AMerican Heritage Resource Guide for Washington State K-12 Schools May 2001 The State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs
2013.033.121 Article Article on Chinese American history in the Columbia River Basin from 1840s to 1960s. Chinese Americans in the Columbia RIver Basin Mario Compean 2013 Washington State University
2013.033.122 Records Collection of printed materials from the U.S. Census Bureau about U.S. populations. Notes from Doug Chin on Chinese population in Washington. 2006-2010 American Community Survey Selected Population Tables U.S. Census Bureau
2013.033.123 Record Photocopy of United States Congress bill suspending the coming of Chinese laborers to the United States. The Chinese Exclusion Act. The Chinese Exclusion Act December 5, 188
2013.033.124 Records Photocopy of bill in 1866 enstating a tax on Chinese Americans over that age of 18 in Washington. Chinese Police Tax. Chinese labor, anti-Chinese sentiment. Chinese Police Tax House Bill No. 8 1866
2013.033.125 Article Article in the Seattle TImes comprised of stories and quotes from seniors who grew up in Seattle's International District. Personal histories. Tales of the I.D. February 27, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.126 Article News article. Before Yao Ming, the role of basketball in Seattle's Chinese community. Outside the Paint: Whe Basketball Ruled at the Chinese Playground Dean Wong June/July 2010 International Examiner
2013.033.128 Article Biography of Gary Locke's political career. Chapter 8 in unknown book. The Locke Legacy 2000
2013.033.129 Article Chinese American history in Seattle and Tacoma. Anti-Chinese sentiment history. Chinese expulsion. Lessons from Infamy: Maintaining Seattle's Memory of Chinese Expulsion Collin Tong February 19, 20 Crosscut
2013.033.130 Article A report analyzing the Wah Mee Massacre on February 19, 1983 in Seattle, Washington. Anti-Chinese actions. Wah Mee Massacre: The Murder of 13 Chinese Adults in a Seattle Gambling Club Donald T. Reay, William D. Haglund, Harry J. Bonnell 1986 Raven Press
2013.033.131 Article Mrs. Ruth Price of the China Club tries to find the first Chinese resident in Seattle. Short biography of Chin Quong, an early Chinese resident in 1868. Seattle's First Chinese Resident: Who Was He? China Club Seeks Answers to this and Other Questions Concering Pioneers from Oriet Lucile McDonald September 11, 1 The Seattle Times
2013.033.132 Article Seattle's International District from 1889 to 1990. History of International District. After the Seattle Great Fire. Seattle's First Chinatown: It Sprouted After the Great Fire of 1889 Paul Dorpat November 25, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.133 Article Collection of magazine pages with photographs of early Seattle International District. Seattle history. Collection of Seattle Photographs Paul Dorpat
2013.033.134 Article Article about early anti-Chinese sentiment in Seattle. International district history. An Early Era of Ill-Feeling March 12, 1973 The Seattle Times
2013.033.135 Article Article about learning English while in Seattle Public Schools. Students who speak Chinese, not English. Learning English as a 'Foreign Language' Sally Gene Mahoney December 31, 19 The Seattle Times
2013.033.136 Article Article about renaming "International Center". Seattle's International District history. International Center New Name of Chinatown June 24, 1951 The Seattle Times
2013.033.137 Article Article about Wing Luke Museum oral histories project. Chinese American community interviewing and photographing elders. Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans Mark Higgins August 29, 1994 The Seattle Post Intelligencer
2013.033.138 Article Article about myths of tunnels in Tacoma used to smuggle Chinese laborers into the city from ports. Chinese Tunnels. Was There Really a Chinese Tunnel? Doug Borden September 8, 19 TNT
2013.033.139 Article Article promoting Uwajimaya market for it's 70th anniversary. History of Uwajimaya and Seattle's International District. Uwajimaya 70th Anniversary! October 23, 199 North American Post
2013.033.141 Article Article on Seattle International District Emergency Center member, Donnie Chin. First aid in Seattle community. Multi-lingual, multi-cultural emergency aid. Helping Out in the Neighborhood Kimberly Moy August 8, 1991 The Seattle Times
2013.033.142 Records A typed list of Seattle International District businesses including their address and proprietor as of 1944. Includes two pages of handwritten notes about buildings and parcels of land. List of Businesses
2013.033.143 Records Article including two photographs of Fifth Ave and South Jackson Street in Seattle, one from 1911 and one from 2000. Includes information on the Richmond Hotel and Union Depot. Work in Progress Paul Dorpat April 2, 2000 The Seattle Times
2013.033.144 Article Article on Ron Chew, a previous director of the Wing Luke Museum. Ron Chew's career and how he transformed the Wing Luke Museum and Seattle community. Longtime Museum Director to Retire Tan Vinh August 16, 2007 The Seattle Times
2013.033.145 Article Article with two photographs from 1910 and 2009 of the Union Pacific Railroad depot and the Seattle International District Tunnel Station respectively. Reaching for a Higher Station Paul Dorpat March 15, 2009 The Seattle Times
2013.033.146 Report Pioneer Square and International District history, community, organization, grant application process. PSIDCPDA. Leveraging the Historical and Cultural Assets of Pioneer Square and the International District Community Preservation and Development Authority 2010
2013.033.147 Article Article on Seattle Japantown history, developement, and revival. Reviving Nihonmachi Japantown July 1, 2003 International Examiner
2013.033.148 Article Old U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service Building in Seattle's International Dirstrict converted into an arts space. Immigration history. Old INS Building Gets New Life as Arts Space Erik Lacitis October 17, 200 The Seattle Times
2013.033.149 Article Article on questionable map found in antiquities shop in Shanghai that would prove Asian explorers sailed the world before Columbus. Scholar Says Maps Show Many Came Before Columbus Ross Anderson The Seattle Times
2013.033.150 Article Article with photographs of the Freedman Building in International District from approximately 1910 and 2010. International District history. High Refinement at a Lower Level Paul Dorpat March 28, 2010 The Seattle Times
2013.033.151 Article Article describing Seattle's International District in 2001. Where East Meets Best Carol Pucci December 13, 20 The Seattle Times
2013.033.152 Article International District gate history and construction article. Gateway to Asian Cultures Sanjay Bhatt December 18, 20 The Seattle Times
2013.033.153 Article Obituary containing brief biography on Wayne Locke and his career as an architect in Seattle. Native of China Played Role in Designing Seattle Linda Shaw February 20, 20 The Seattle Times
2014.004.005 Book Diamond Jubilee of the International Settlement of Shanghai 1938
2014.004.006 Book Collection of articles from the Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury explaining Chinese life to foreigners. Through a Moon Gate Yuan, L.Z. 1938
2014.004.007 Book Shanghai Thorbecke, Ellen 1939
2014.004.008 Book Information on the Shanghai American School Shanghai American School Bulletin 1939
2014.006.028 Book Citizenship preparation book Owned by YT Lam Americanization Questionnaire Bradshaw, Catherine 1944
2014.007.008 Book 21st session of the Washington State legislature laws Session Laws of the State of Washington 1929
2014.007.009 Book Composition book Pasted pages of Home Economics Domestic Science Course Cooking 1914
2014.007.010 Book Dictionary English Chinese dictionary and book of phrases. No publishing information Pasted on inside cover newspaper article and photograph of Ron King and Arthur King
2014.007.025 Book Books Education, Chinese language Calligraphy practice books
2014.007.025.001 Book Booklet with a green-blue cover. Title reads in english: "Select Phrases in the Canton Dialect Compiled by Kwok Tsan Sang. Conton, China 1924" Booklet contains phrases and a small English to Cantonese dictionary. Select Phrases in the Conton Dialect Compiled Kwok Tsan Sang 1924
2014.007.025.002 Book Two lesson booklets with brown covers. Covers have pictures of children in black ink. Both titles read in Chinese: "First Primary School Mini Lesson Book" The booklets are volumes five and seven in a series. First Primary School Mini Lesson Book 1941
2014.007.025.003 Book Booklet with light blue cover. Title reads in Chinese: "New Student Documents".
2014.007.025.004 Book Set of three identical booklets with brown covers and black ink writing. Titles read in Chinese: "The Foundation of a Nation's New Citizens, the 6th edition" The Foundation on a Nation's New Citizens 1947
2014.007.025.005 Book White lesson booklet. Booklet cover seems to be missing. Front page has a hand-written title: "Second-Year National Language Lesson Book, fourth edition" Second-Year National Language Lesson Book 1941
2014.007.025.006 Book Part of brown booklet (seems to have part ripped off). Title reads in Chinese: "South China (Guangdong) Business Service Directory" Booklet contains addresses of businesses with Cantonese owners from all over the world. South China Business Service Directory 1947
2014.007.025.007 Book Booklet with title in red ink. Title reads in Chinese: "Citizens of China, second edition". Booklet contains comic-like graphic example of the acts of good citizens. Citizens of China
2014.007.025.008 Book Five blank booklets for practicing writing Chinese characters. Title in Chinese reads: "Practice Character Writing Section". Booklets are stapled blank pages with different colored covers.
2014.007.025.009 Book Booklet with white cover and blue ink. Title in Chinese might be translated to: "Fable about not asking someone for help" (?).
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