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1992.053.097 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of landscape at Miyajima
1992.053.098 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of waterscape at Miyajima.
1992.053.099 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of building and pagoda at Miyajima.
1988.030.040 Photograph Black and White photograph of buildings and walkway on pilings in tide flats. Poor looking area.
1992.053.100 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of buildings and landscape at Miyajima.
1992.053.101 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of building and waterscape at Miyajima.
1992.053.102 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of building and waterscape at Miyajima.
1992.053.103 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of pagoda.
1992.053.104 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of deer and waterscape at Nara Park
1992.053.105 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of pagoda at Nara Park
1992.053.106 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of deer at Nara Park.
1992.053.107 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of waterscape at Nara Park
1992.053.108 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of building and lanterns at Nara Park.
1992.053.109 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of Joe in Kyoto.
1977.009.019 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of a calf statue (Nandi?) sunk into the ground, surrounded by large rocks, in an open field. Houses in the background.
1988.030.041 Photograph Black and White photograph of village street scene. Entry ladder, nipa roofs, overhanding palms. No town name given. A few natives in scene.
1992.053.110 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of Roy, Joe, and Frank in Kyoto
1992.053.111 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of Joe in unknown location.
1992.053.112 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of pagoda.
1992.053.113 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of Nunobiki Falls.
1992.053.114 Print, Photographic Black and white photo. Photo of waterscape at Amasan.
1992.062.003 Photograph Black and white photographs of official buildings, restaurants, people in traditional activities, priests, fishing village and activities, collecting "night soil", carting vegetables, festivals, tourist literature, Mt. Fuji, Kasuga Shrine (Nara), Kyoto, cultivating rice paddies, rice threshing, farms, diving women, seaweed collection, Emperor reading new constitution, riding in carriage, cormorant fishing in Gifu, Hiroshima, Photographs taken in American Occupied Japan
1992.062.132 Photograph Black and white photographs taken in Philippines at end of WW II: woman in traditional dress, war-town street, huts, street scenes
1992.062.138 Photograph Black and white photograph of bomb devastation in Manila, some buildings are completly gone, some ar only walls. Streets have been cleared and people walking can be seen.
1992.062.141 Photograph Black and white photographs in New Guinea of coconut palms, huts and people.
1992.062.146 Photograph Tinted tourist photographs in China of camels, Winter Palace, Jade Buddha, Coal Hill, Summer Palace, Great Wall, Peking, Temple of Heaven, Marble Pagoda
1988.030.042 Photograph Black and White photograph of local tide flat housing and walkway on pilings. Fish traps on walkway. A few natives in scene.
1992.064.001 Print, photographic Black and white photograph
1992.065.001 Photograph Black and white photograph of a Japanese woman kneeling in front of a mirror in which she is reflected. She is wearing a traditional kimono and obi. Tatami mats on the floor and on a dais on which sits a sword stand. There is a shoji window in the background.
1992.066.006.001 Print, Photographic 4 - photos From the Lantern File in the Wing Luke Archvies A: Lanterns B: Lanterns on 7th Ave South looking north from Weller C: Lanterns on 7th Ave South looking north from Weller Vertical image D: Lanterns in front of the Chong Wa building at 7th and Weller
1992.069 Photograph A: Black and white photograph. B: Negative of photograph. Front view of the three connecting pavilions of the "Chinese Village" complex at the 1909 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exhibition in Seattle in 1909. Pavilions has multi-tiered roof. Plaza in front of building is crowded with people. Prominent Chinese businessmen in Seattle, including Goon Dip and Ah King, organized and promoted Chinese exhibits and activities at the Alaska- Yukon Exhibition. Original photograph (print) was 29 x 55 in. according to donor. Date of photograph is approximately in 1909.
1992.124.080 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Tule Lake on a dark day with Castle Rock in the background.
1992.24.117 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Tule Lake from Castle Rock in winter.
1993.044.006 Photograph Sepia photograph of a large group of men and women standing on stairs. In the center stand the First Hill Drum and Bugle Core of the Seattle Area boy scouts. Under the photograph is printed "Fifth Biennial Northwest Council Convention * Japanese American Citizen's League * September 3 and 4, Tacoma Washington" and "Photo by Associated, Tacoma". On the back is stamped in purple ink "Associated Photographic Service, 714 Market St.-BRdwy. 2621 - Tacoma, Wash." Some members have been identified: Front Row: 4th from left - Henry Tatsumi, 12th from left - James Sakamoto, 12th from right - Seiichi Hara, 14th from right - Clarence Arai; 2nd row: 13th from left - Ben Hara. The photograph has been rolled and is creased in 3 places.
1993.044.010 Photograph Black and white photograph of a group of 7 Japanese male performers in costume with musical instruments (drum, flute, cybal), two men in masks carrying fans, lion dancer posed with caucasion men and women and two girls seated on stone camel out of the Seattle Art Museum, Volunteer Park.
1993.044.012 Photograph A: Black and white photograph of the Tacoma Hotel, 822 S. Jackson St., c.1940 with Hikida Furniture and Appliance, and Toktow Shoe Co. at street level, "b & w #677" on back B: Black and white photograph of the Tacoma Hotel being demolished to make way for the freeway, c. 1960 C: Business slip, with picture in blue of Hotel Tacoma on left, printed "PHONE MAIN 2251, HOTEL TACOMA, 822 Jackson Street (Cor. 9th Ave. So.), Seattle, Wash., AUG 29 1938"
1993.060.002 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of teacher, Ruth Kaasa, with class of 14 girls in Walville, WA. "Walville Sloppy" written on the back.
1988.030.043 Photograph Black and White photograph of local tide flat housing and walkways on pilings. Partial view of boys face in foreground. Telephone pole in center of village.
1993.060.003 Photograph Sepia toned portrait photograph of a Japanese woman in traditional kimono with wig, right hand behind neck, left hand holding book upright. Postcard format. Possibly Mary Fujita for her 2nd wedding ceremony in Walville, WA when she was 19.
1993.060.004 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of teacher, Ruth Kaasa and her class of 12 boys in Walville, WA. Incl. one Asian-American boy.
1993.060.005 Photograph Sepia toned studio photograph of Mary and Joe Fujita, a woman and two children Mary is on the left dressed in light colored dress and had. Made by Aiko Studio, Seattle,WA in form of a postcard.
1993.060.007 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of teacher, Ruth Kaasa on the left and her former pupil, Mary Fujita on the right outside schoolhouse. On the back is written "Ruth K. and Mary Fujita, Walville, Washington, ca. 1924"
1993.060.008 Photograph Sepia toned studio photograph of Mary and Joe Fujita. She is dressed in a coat with a fur collar and a hat, he is dressed in a suit. They are sitting down. Taken by Jackson Studio, Seattle in the form of a post card.
1993.060.009 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of Mary Fujita dressed in hat and coat in front of utility pole and 2 tires. Car in background. Photograph was enclosed with letter 1993.60.1H, October 6, 1926.
1993.060.010 Photograph Sepia toned photograph of teacher, Ruth Kaasa and students at Walville elementary school on school steps. Inserted in a brown card stock frame and folder with an embossed emblem.
1993.060.011 Photograph Sepia toned studio photograph of Joe Fujita dressed in a suit and tie standing by an ornate chair in front of a wooded backdrop. Made in the form of a postcard by Aiko Studio, Seattle.
1993.064.071 Print, Photographic Color Photographs of Khao I Dang camp in Thailand for Cambodian refugees A: Woman on a hamock - Srei Mom doing reverse applique in traditional dsign in her home. Behind her, Chap Chamroeun, Phon Chham, Cheng Srors B: Man with watering can; Hy Saman C: Billboard for health clinic D: Parade: International Women's Day Parade in Khao-I-Dang Camp 1990 E:Houses in the camp F: Art class - Mr. Chin Sam art at Banthad Camp.
1993.067.002 Photograph A: Black and white photograph, copy of original, of the corner of the "New Chinatown Dine and Dance, Floor Show". Exterior view shows the sign with the steaming rice bowl and chopsticks. B: Negative of above.
1988.030.044 Photograph Black and White photograph of native market. Market under thatched shelter. Natives selling onions in foregound. On reverse: Native market - selling onions in foregound. San Fernando 5/37.
1993.067.003 Photograph A: Black and white copy photograph of original showing Danny Woo toasting a Taiwan government official. At the banquet table is Gov. Dan Evans to the left and Joe Locke to the right. B: Negative of above
1993.071.001 Poster Black and white photograph on light manilla cardboard poster of : A: Route map of the Second Uprising at San chou tien, Hui chou B: Painting of the fourth Uprising at Lake chi-Nu, Hui chou, 1907. C: Dr. Sun Yat -sen and his colleagues in Vancouver, BC. D: Portrait of Chin-yuan, KMT military commander. E: Foreign consuls in Hankow proclaiming neutrality, 1911. F: President Chiang Kai-shek in black robe. G: Dr. Sun Yat-sen with officers at Whampoa military academy. 1924. H: Siging of Tonku Truce by Japan and China. 1934 I: Chairperson Chiang declares "Long Term Resistance Against Aggression." 1937 J: Painting of the establishment of the Hsing-Chung hui (Revive China Society) by Sun Yat-sen. K: Dr. Sun Assumed the Extraordinary President of the Republic. 1921. L: Dr. Sun Encountered with Danger; Guards on the warship Chung shen which took Sun away after revolt by Chen chiung ming in 1922. M: Dr. Sun reviews the Kwang Tung Troops. 1923 N: Sun Yat-sen in Shang-hai, 1918 O: sun Yat-sen arrives n Hong Kong from Europe December 21, 1911. P: Portrait of Huang Hsing (1874 - 1916) organized the Society for the Revivial of China Q: Sung Chiao-jen, (1882 - 1913) R: Portrait of Chu Chi-shin S: Portrait of Tung Kin - ko T: Tsai Kung shih, U: Sun Yat-sena nd Chiang Kai shek on the train from Canton, 1923. V: "September 18" Japanese Army attacks Mukden, 1931 W: Sun Yat-sen relaeased from London, 1896 X: Sun Yat-sen taking photographs with mebers of extrordianary parliament Y: Portrait of Lu Hao-tung Z: Marco Polo Bridge: July 7th Inicident. AA: Seven men stand side by side in an open ground all of them are dressed in traditional Chinese long robes. BB: A group of people standing in front of a building. A sign "Opening of national congress. May 5, 1931." CC: A group of people gathered in front of the city gate of Nanking, three flags were erected on the top. DD:Group photo of 29 people. Sitting and standing in 3 rows in front of a house and a tree. Dr. Sun is the 5th seated person from the right in the front row. EE: Large groups of students holding a huge demonstration in the Tien-an-mong square in Beijing. A sign saying "National Congress" was erected in the middle. FF: Blurry portrait of Luo Fu-Shing, Male short hair divided on his left hand side. Dressed in a white shirt and a man's suit. GG: Black and white water painting. Two men one the left one is dressed in a ching court robe and the other is dressed in military uniform were shot by a group of people. HH: Black and white water painting a man with a long braid, dressed in a black and white chinese long robe. II: Black and white water painting, A man with a long braid was shot by an officer. JJ: Photo of the top of snake mountain. Four soldiers were standing in a row on the left and two big cannons were scattered in the middle and on the right. KK: Two men were standing on a platform in the center and surrounded by a large group of soldiers. The man in the center on the left was rendering a salute. LL: A military aircraft with two propellers was standing in the field. Two men stand on the top of the plane. A man is running toward the plane. MM: Photo of a battlefield. A bomb exploded and smog clouds the village in the right hand corner. Another two soldiers are running ahead. NN: Portrait of Kao Chi-hung male about 25 years old. Dressed in a military uniform and a hat on his head standing in the front of an aircraft. OO: The memorial stele and Pavilion for the three martyrs of the Wuchang rev. PP: Portrait of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen QQ: Nationalist Victory at Tierhchung RR: The yellow flower mound of the seventy-two Martyrs SS: Nationalist Army entered the city of china TT: Portrait of Chen Chi-mei UU: Dr. Sun went to nanking to assume his presidency. V V: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen attended the opening of Kuo-ming cho-chi chu at san fransisco WW: Portrait of Chio Jin XX: Pencil Sketch of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen looked into the Mainland YY: Nanking people welcomed chairman Chiany after a triumphant return of the westward flight of the communists. ZZ: Beijing people held a memorial meeting after Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's death AAA: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen arrivedShaokuan to supervise the northern expedition BBB: Domains of the warlords in 1924 CCC: Declarations of independence by the provinces and improtant municpalities fater the wuchang revolution. DDD:The Establishment of the Headquqater of Tang Meng Him EEE: The establishment of Kuo Ming Tang FFF: THe inaguration of the people's political council. GGG: Photo of Dr. Sun and officers of Navy HHH: Penang Island meetings III: Portrait of Chao Shang JJJ: Portrait of Tsou Jung KKK: Portrait of Shu Si-Lin LLL: The Failure of the first uprising and Lu Hao-Tung was arrested MMM: Pencil sketch of Li Lieh-Chun NNN: Decision of using the usn logo as the flag of the revolution army OOO: A new startof china in the history of 5000 years PPP: The seventh uprising at Chinchow -Lienchow. QQQ: The sixth uprising, pencil sketch RRR: The third uprising at Huan-Kang Chao-chou SSS: The fifth uprising at Wang-Kwan shan, ching chou TTT: DR. Sun Yat-sen Established Tung Maen Hui, New york branch UUU: City of Wuchang siegedby Nationalist army VVV: DR. Sun Yat-sen raised fund for Rev. army at chicago WWW: Chinese revolutionary army, northeastern group at wei county shantung XXX: DR. Sun Yat-sen reached shanghai, accepting interviews with journalists YYY: Dr. Sun's written command of appointing chiang kai-shek as chief of staff to the generalissimo's field headquarters ZZZ: The manifesto of president sun yat-sen AAAA: Meeting for the formation of a republcan union BBBB:Overseas Chinese returned in the atmosphere of restoration CCCC:Portrait of Wu Lu-Chan DDDD: The Heroic prologue of the republic EEEE: Revolutionary army broke through haichow fort during the easter expedition FFFF:Dr. Sun Yat-sen hosted the opening of the first national congress of Kuo Ming Tung GGGG: Portrait of teenage Shih Chien-ju HHHH: Two leaders of the revolution IIII: Dr. Sun Yat -sen attended the opening of the temporary senate JJJJ: News of chinag kai-shek's successful restoration of hangchow KKKK: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen gave a speech of three people's principles LLLL: Dr. Sun Yat-sen resigned from his presidency MMMM: President Sun yat-sen and his offciers NNNN: The establishment of Tuny Meng Hui OOOO: eight hundred brave men guarded at teh four bank warehouse PPPP: Dr. SUn Yat-sen and members of Tung Men Hui QQQQ: Dr. Sun Yat-sen and members of Tang meng Hui in Paris RRRR: August 14th Chinese air force first time defeated by Japan SSSS:Nanking purple mountain, occupied by the revolutionary army
1993.071.023 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a crowd outside of the funeral of Sun Yat sen in Beijing China
1993.071.024 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the Nationalist Chinese flag flying at half staff in honor of Sun Yat Sen.
1993.071.025 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of crowd gathered at the Tien An Men square for the funeral of Sun Yat Sen
1993.071.026 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the crowd at the funeral of Sun Yat Sen in Beijing in 1925
1993.071.027 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the flag flying at half mast in honor of Sun Yat Sen
1993.071.028 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the mausoleum of Sun Yat Sen
1993.071.029 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the funeral service for Sun Yat Sen
1993.071.030 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the casket of Sun Yat Sen
1988.030.045 Photograph Black and White photograph and negative of market scene. Native girl in foreground and women selling bananas behind her.
1993.071.031 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the crowd at Sun Yat Sen's funeral
1993.071.032 Print, Photographic Black and White photographs of the crowd and one of the guarded gateway at Sun Yat Sen's funeral
1993.071.033 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a group of men. KMT Seattle branch members
1993.071.034 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a group of men in a park
1993.071.035 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a Chinese man in the seat of a Curtis D Airplane. Lew Hep Hwan (Liu Huihan) gave this photo to the Seattle KMT He was recruited for aircraft flying by the KMT and trained in New York.
1993.071.036 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a group of men . Photo is mounted on cardboard.
1993.071.037 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph Vancouver BC 1916
1993.071.038 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph KMT convention in Stockten CA
1993.071.039 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the Kong Chow Association mmebers in San Francisco 100th Anniversary
1993.071.040 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of memorial service for Lin (Lum) Sen, a resident of China. Given to KMT by Chong Wa Association
1988.030.046 Photograph Black and White photograph and negative of market scene. Native men squatting along sidewalk, two smoking pipes.
1993.071.041 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a group of men visting a sasnitarium in Stockton CA.
1993.071.042 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the original members of the Luck Ngi musical club
1993.071.043 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph Oval portrait of Sun Yat Sen
1993.071.044 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of a man in a suit
1993.071.045 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of Louie Yim Kwan in uniform.
1993.071.046 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph long sepia tone of the KMT convention in Philadelphia
1993.071.047 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the KMT delegates at a convention in San Francisco
1993.071.048 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of banquet meeting planning the Stockton convention.
1993.071.049 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of the Chinese Army Academy 3rd Division, 3rd Batalion, Guandong on the 1st Anniversary 1912
1993.071.050 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of Chinese Nationalist troops in Nanking in 1911.
1988.030.047 Photograph Black and white photograph of market scene. Close up of three men. Man in center with leg bands just below knee and carrying sack behind his back. All are bare-footed.
1993.071.051 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph studio portrait of Wong Lai Fei (Huang U Pei) in uniform. this photo was taken during the Japanese invasion of Shanghai in 1932. The event it commemorates was the 1-2-8 event in which Mr. Wong was the lead pilot who led nine aircraft to fight the Japanese on February 5, 1932. He visited the US in July of that year and gave this photo to the KM1932T.
1993.071.052 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph group portrait of the 9th Kong Chow Association meeting in San Francisco
1993.071.053 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph Memorial to Sun Yat Sen in Seattle in 1925
1993.071.054 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of memorial to Sun Yat Sen in Seattle in 1925
1993.071.055 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph of memorial to Sun Yat Sen in Seattle
1993.071.062 Print, Photographic Black and White photograph portrait of Li Han huan, former governor of Kuantung (Guongdong) province from Luck Ngi Club of Seattle
1993.073.001 Photograph Framed black and white photograph of full length view of the founder of the Konkodo Church in Seattle. He wears a white robe called a Shozoku. His hands, folded in front of him, hold a shaku, a flat wooden sceptre-like wand. He wears a black lacquered hat, a Kanmuri, tied under his chin with a white cord. The wooden, gilded, oval frame is about 1 1/2" wide with a raised outer rim, and raised inner pattern of linked pearl-like balls. Shinto Shrine (Konkokyo Sect) was located in the house on Donovan St. Mr. Kondo's wife looked after it and after she died he decided to move to Oakland, CA. He did not know much about the shrine himself but said that Mr. Tak Kubota of Kubota Gardens might know about its history. He had been married by the Shinto Priest (see 2 photos) whom Mr. Kondo believes is the founder. The house was in bad shape and schedules to be torn down and some items had been thrown out. Mr. Kondo had invited the current Shinto priest to take what he wanted but he did not take anything. The shrine was set up at the end of one room of the house pictured in the photograph 1993.73.27. Apparently a stairwell had been removed from the area and a low platform built for the shrine. In front of the platform were posts and 'fencing' at either side. The large blue cloth was hung in front of this from a beam. CONT
1993.073.002 Photograph Sepia photograph of first priest of the Konkokyo Sect in Seattle. Full view wearing white robe with a hanging tassel called shozoku. He wears a black horsehair bowl-shape hat with a round high section near the back of the head, a train down the back and a rod tied in the front, tied under the chin with a white cord called kanmuri. He holds a shaku, a flat wooden paddle-shaped board. CONT. from 1993.73.1 Built into the back wall were 3 alcoves with tall wooden platforms in each alcove, the middle one being higher than those on either side. Two round posts separated the 3 alcoves; the middle alcove was wider than the side ones. The offering tables werein front of the 3 alcoves and 2 white glass lamps hung fron the ceiling in front of the 2 round poles. In the left alcove was the small chest; in the middle alcove was the large chest and in the right alcove were the large and small purification symbol pieces. Originally there may have been 2 vases in the center alcove. See 1993.73.33 description of Shinto sect
1993.073.027 Photograph Framed black and white photograph of the Konkokyo Shinto Shrine building in Seattle, 1437 S. Donovan (?) The frame is wood with dark stained edges and dull gold painted face. The photo shows a two storey wooden frame building with clapboard siding. The first floor corner, in the right foreground, has a porch which wraps around the corner. At the left on the porch is a priest in white robes. Behind him are two crossed rising sun Japanese flags. At his left, on a square column, is a vertical signborad on which is written in Kanji Kinkodo Shinto Kai (religious society). At the right corner of the porch are two men in civilian clothes. Behind them are crossed Japanese and American flags. Standing upright in front of these flags is a white flage bearing the symbol or logo of the shrine. Towards the left of the house is a short staircase with railings leading to a doorway, over this doorway and extending to the porch, at right, is a large horizontal banner bearing three imprints of the shrine's symbol, the Japanese character for gold encirculed by a floral petal pattern. The banner is pinned up over the entryway so as not to block entrance. At the left foreground is a sawhorse and some lengths of lumber. At right foreground the earth slopes down revealing a cellar section and some supporting pillars for the house.
1993.078 Photograph Black and white photo of a dragon dance on grounds of Alaska Yukon Pacific Exhibition, part of the China Day Parade.
1988.030.048 Photograph Black and white photograph of three women in a market scene. Two women standing, one seated. Woman with basket on head has no shirt-top. Bontoc women. Well.
1994.003.003 Photograph Twelve black and white contact prints arranged in three vertical and four horizontal rows. Each print shows Charles Leong, seated at a table. He wears a collar shirt with a grid print and a suit jacket. Behind him are three cards, each with a single Chinese character, adhered in a vertical row to the wall. In the images in the left column and the lower half of the middle column, Leong holds a pair of glasses in his left hand and points to a card held in his right hand. In the images in the right column and the top half of the middle column, he hears his glasses and poses in various positions. These prints were taken in conjunction with the 1961 film, "Chinese Brush Strokes," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The film was made in collaboration by Richard E. Fuller, Fay Chong and Charles Leong.
1994.003.004 Photograph Black and white photograph of Charles Leong. Charles Leong sits at a table. He is shown half-length, in three-quarters view, facing the viewer's left. Leong wears a collar shirt with a grid print and a suit jacket. He holds a pair of glasses in his left hand and a card with a single calligraphy character in his right hand. His left hands points at the card. This photograph was taken in conjunction with the 1961 film, "Chinese Brush Strokes," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The film was made in collaboration by Richard E. Fuller, Fay Chong and Charles Leong.
1994.003.005 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong. Fay Chong sits at a table. He is shown frontally, half-length. He wears a button, collar shirt and a dark, narrow tie. His right sleeve is rolled up to his elbow. Chong looks down. He has an inked brush in his right hand and is in the process of painting on a piece of paper. Behind him, attached to the wall, are other pieces of paper with calligraphy strokes. This photograph was taken in conjunction with the 1961 film, "Chinese Brush Strokes," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The film was made in collaboration by Richard E. Fuller, Fay Chong and Charles Leong.
1994.003.006 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong's hands while painting. Chong's right hand holds an inked brush. Chong paints a single Chinese character on a flat piece of paper. In the upper right corner are an egg, four brushes, two ink sticks, a flat container and a gourd-shaped container with a narrow opening. This photograph was taken in conjunction with the 1961 film, "Chinese Brush Strokes," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The film was made in collaboration by Richard E. Fuller, Fay Chong and Charles Leong.
1994.003.007 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong's hands while painting. Chong's right hand holds an inked brush and an egg (to facilitate the proper holding of the brush). Chong paints a single brush stroke on a flat piece of paper. Behind his right hand is a gourd-shaped container with a narrow opening. This photograph was taken in conjunction with the 1961 film, "Chinese Brush Strokes," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The film was made in collaboration by Richard E. Fuller, Fay Chong and Charles Leong.
1994.003.008 Photograph Two black and white contact prints of Fay Chong. Top print shows Fay Chong, in a striped shirt, from behind, painting the image before him of a small cluster of islands with trees. Chong sits on a rocky beach with large logs in front of him. Bottom print shows a profile view of Chong, also in a striped shirt and shorts, seated on a rocky beach. He is painting. And there are logs behind him. These images were taken in conjunction with the 1961/62 film, "Chinese Ink and Watercolors," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The view painted by Chong is of James Island, near Lapush in the northwest corner of Washington State.
1994.003.009 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong. Fay Chong sits on a small folding stool, on a rocky beach. Chong wears shorts and a striped, collar shirt. He is shown in profile. He is painting a landscape scene. There is piled wood in the middle ground of the photograph. And in the background is a view of water and steep land formations. This photograph was taken in conjunction with the 1961/62 film, "Chinese Ink and Watercolors," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle. The view painted by Chong is of James Island, near Lapush in the northwest corner of Washington State.
1994.003.010 Photograph Black and white photograph of a framed watercolor painting by Fay Chong. The frame lies just within the border of the photograph. The painting has a surrounding mat. The painting shows a rocky beach with indications of wood on the shore in the foreground and steep land formations, surrounded by water and topped by trees, in the middle ground. Two rows of Chinese characters with a stamp ending the left row lie in the upper right corner of the painting. The view painted by Chong is of James Island, near Lapush in the northwest corner of Washington State. The painting was made in conjunction with the 1961/62 film, "Chinese Ink and Watercolors," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle.
1994.003.011 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong. Fay Chong adjusts a framed painting hanging on a wall. Chong is shown in three-quarters view from the back. He is shown half-length. He stands to the left of the painting. He wears a striped, long-sleeved, collar shirt. The painting is matted and framed. It is a watercolor painting by Fay Chong of steep land formations, surrounded by water and topped by trees. A rocky beach with indications of wood washed ashore also appears in the foreground of the painting. The painting was created by Fay Chong. It shows James Island, near Lapush in the northwest corner of Washington State. The painting was made in conjunction with the 1961/62 film, "Chinese Ink and Watercolors," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle.
1994.003.012 Photograph Black and white photograph of Fay Chong. Fay Chong sits at a table. He is shown half-length. Chong wears a striped, long-sleeved, collar shirt. A pair of glasses in their case lie in his shirt pocket. Chong looks down as he paints on the paper before him. A tray with a brush and a black object and a shallow, small dish appear in the lower left corner of the photograph. Hanging on the wall behind Chong is a framed and matted landscape water- color painting, also painted by Chong. The painting shows steep land formations, surrounded by water and topped by trees, and a rocky beach. The framed painting in the background was created by Fay Chong. It shows James Island, near Lapush in the northwest corner of Washington State. The painting was made in conjunction with the 1961/62 film, "Chinese Ink and Watercolors," produced by Martin Moyer Productions, Seattle.
1988.030.049 Photograph Black and white photograph of tow Bontoc women. The woman on left is carrying pot on head, one on right is carring pot in hand. On reverse: Bontoc women. The smallest or largest parcel is balanced in the head for carrying purpos
1994.003.013 Photograph Black and white photograph of Mrs. Goon Dip. Mrs. Goon Dip sits in an elaborately carved chair. She sets her hands in front of her as her elbows rest on the high arms of the chair. She wears a dark, buttoned Chinese- style jacket and a long, full, embroidered skirt. A dog lies to the left of the chair. The edge of a detailed floral rug appears at the bottom of the photograph. An embroidered curtain forms the backdrop of the photograph. The curtain shows two mirror images of a gate surrounding a bamboo plant and other plants with some butterflies and a bird flying in the air.
1994.008 Photograph Framed photograph of Woo Gen. The surrounding frame is metal and gold. The frame facing the viewer has an incised geometrical design. The portrait shows Woo Gen wearing a suit with a button on the lapel. He has short hair combed to one side and has a mustache. His shirt has a high colllar with the ends pointing down. He is wearing a wide tie and a vest. It is an oval image on off white paper. On the back of the print is the logo for "Hart Studio, Seattle"
1994.021.012 Photograph Title: Emperor's Road to Yuen Shui Temple photo of path winding through bamboo grove. path paved with small stones on side of large square slabs of stone which are placed end to end down the middle of the road. bamboo trees flank the path on both sides and grow leafy near the top of the photo. only a little sky may be seen through the leaves. to the left of the path, a building of some sort can be seen though the trees.
1994.021.013 Photograph Title: Chien Nyien Temple walled street. lined on left with trees. roofs of buildings can be seen over the top of wall. street paved in flat stone. people walking along path going about daily business. top half of photo consists almost completely of tree branches.
1994.021.014 Photograph rugged hillside with sparse growth of trees and brush meets the waterline. on the left side of the photo, a group of buildings reach from the top of the hillside down to the water. Many of the buildings are white with Western- style windows or arches. an ancient pagoda sits at the very top of the hill. a wall provides a barrior between the water and the buildings. people walk along a path along the water in front of this wall.
1994.037.029 Print, Photographic Matted black and white photograph Four rows of men and women, two seated and two standing, in front of three buildings. The center building is decorated with flags with a large Nationalist flag in the center. There are two signs in Chinese also. There are people standing on outside balcony. The first floor of the building has Wai Sun tailors.
1994.037.030 Photograph Black and White Photograph Shows 2 rows of men, front row sitting, back row standing. Posed in front of the Wong Association in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. The group includes a lion dance troupe. They hold 4 banners and 3 flags. A large flag also drapes behind them. Among the first row of men are 2 lion heads and a drum. There appear to be 3 buildings in the background. The central building's fa?ade is decorated with lines of small flags and a long horizontal banner with Chinese characters. There are people on 3rd floor balconies on this building and the one to the right. The first floor of the building on the right shows a sign "Wai Sun Tailors". The lower border of this photograph has Chinese writing in black ink and the year "1963".
1994.037.031 Photograph Black and White Photograph Two long rows of seated men and 1 long row of standing men and women posing in front of a building. The building has three doorways. There are a few people standing in the outer two doorways. The photograph includes only the first story of the building. A long horizontal banner with Chinese characters hangs along the width of the building. A smaller horizontal banner with Chinese characters and two images of the Mason's symbol and 2 vertical banners with Chinese writing hang on the right side of the building. They frame two windows flanking one of the doorways. Other United States and Chinese Nationalist flags and semicircular flags hang along the building front. The men wear suits and the women wear dresss. The bottom of the Photograph has "Chinese Free Mason 15th National Convention, Portland, Oregon, 1958" printed in white. The back of the photograph is stamped with "Delano Studios, 1536 S.E. 11th Avenue, Portland, Oregon".
1994.037.032 Photograph Black and White Photograph One row of seated men and women with approx. three rows of men and women standing behind. They are posing outside of three buildings. There are also a few children in the photograph, particularly on the left side. The men wear suits and the women wear dresses. The center building has a balcony with additional people on the second story. The balcony is decorated with banners with Chinese writing, United States flag banners and U.S. and Chinese Nationalist flags. The center building has 3 banners hanging from its roofline and a banner hanging at the center of its first storey. The 2 doorways located on the left and right sides of the front of this center building are decorated with banners with Chinese writing. The building to the left has 2 signs above the doorway "Broadway Caf?". "Capital" appears above the storefront. The photograph has Chinese characters in black in the upper left corner and long the bottom of the photograph.
1994.037.033 Photograph Black and White Photograph In the foreground various men, women and children pose outside of three buildings. The front row is seated, a few others sit behind this row but most are standing. The men wear suits and the women wear dresses. The center building has a balcony with additional people on the second storey. The balcony is decorated with various banners with Chinese writing and various banners with U.S. flag motifs. Small U.S. and Chinese Nationalist flags decorate the balcony railing. A long, horizontal banner with Chinese characters hangs from the bottom of the balcony. The roofline of the center building has additional U.s. flag motif banners. The 2 doorways located on the left and right sides of the front of this center building also are decorated with banners with Chinese writing and banners imitating a tile roof top. Between the two doorways in another banner with Chinese writing. The building to the left has two signs over the doorway "Broadway Caf?". The building to the right has a storefront with "Capital" above it. A banner with "Benevolent Association" and Chinese charactersappears on the left side of the photo. It appears to have extended across the street. The photograph has 2 horizontal rows of Chinese characters along its bottom.
1988.030.050 Photograph Black and whtie photograph of Bontoc man carrying firewood. Man has hat on head and ax along left side at waist. Two pesos, and evidently he had never seen a two peso bill before for he examine very carefully.
1994.037.034 Photograph Black and White Photograph Pictures 3 rows of men posing outside of a building. The first row of men are seated while the other 2 rows of men are standing. The men pose at an entranceway with 2 steps and a shallow overhand. A wide entrance to the building is open behind them. Two lanterns hang from the overhang. A sign with four Chinese characters hangs on the outside wall above the overhand. The bottom of the photograph as 2 rows of Chinese characters printed in black. The photograph is mounted on a piece of thin mat board. The mat board has scalloped edges colored with metallic silver ink. A rectangular inked frame composed of slightly undulating metallic silver lines also surrounds the photograph. The lower left and upper right sides of the mat have Chinese charactes written in black ink. The lower left corner has a blue stamp with 2 rows of Chinese characters and the address for "Wong Si Chong Chi, Koong Har Ton Society, 39, Pengang Street, Penang" (Malaysia). The mat is slightly dirty, especially with yellow stain marks in the lower right corner.
1994.037.035 Photograph Black and White Photograph Picture of 4 rows of men in suits posing in an interior space; the first two rows are seated; the last two rows are standing. The space has a tiled floor and the bottom halves of the left and right walls have wainscotting. The upper areas are decorated by various framed paintings, calligraphy and ornate carved panels. The back wall also has various works of art. The ceiling has flags, including U.S., hanging from it. The left side of the foreground has a table with a large arrangement of flowers. The lower left corner has the insignia for "May's Photo" and the lower edge of the photograph has a series of Chinese characters. The lower right edge of the photograph has a dirty stain on it.
1994.037.036 Photograph Two Black and White Photographs A: Approximately 3 rows of people dressed in semi-formal attire posing outside of an entranceway to a brick building. The first row, all men, is seated; the back 2 rows, both men and women, are standing. The sidewalk and the street in the foreground are littered with paper. The entranceway has a sign with 4 Chinese characters above it. A smaller sign with additional characters and two tasselled banners hangs above the larger sign. The building front is also decorated with a United States flag and a Chinese Nationalist flag and a banner composed of the two flags. The photograph is mounted on a piece of pressboard. Chinese characters in black ink are written on the board; these characters frame the left, right and upper sides of the photograph. B: People seated on chairs in an interior room with their backs to the camera. They face a smaller group of seated men and 2 women standing at a microphone with musicians and other standing men nearby. The side and lower back walls have framed calligraphy and paintings on them. The upper back wall has a U.S. flag, a Nationalist Chinese flag, two portraits of unidentified men and a clock reading 2:00. The photograph is mounted on a piece of pressboard. Chinese characters in black ink are written on the board along the lower left and upper right sides of the photograph.
1994.037.037 Photograph Black and White Photograph Elevated view of men, women and children seated at numerous round tables at a banquet. The men all wear suits. In the background's upper left area 2 rows of men sit behind 2 rows of long rectangular tables elevated on a stage. Curtains fall behind them, the upper right area has a long shallow balcony with a row of children. The uppe left area has 3 short columns of chinese characters, 1 long row of Chinese characters and the words "Wong Kong Har Wun Sun Ass'n Sixth Tiennial Nat'l Convention Banquet, 9-1-57" printed in white. The photograph was originally rolled and kept in a pressboard tube which has 4 Chinese characters in a single column written in black ink. The photograph has several creases in it from unrolling and flattening.
1994.039.001 Photograph Black and white matte finish photograph of gentleman on park bench in bricked area A gentleman wearing a dark fedora hat sits cross-legged on a wood slat park bench with iron frame. There is a sculpture in the foreground, three figures (man, woman and child?) doing a balancing act near a stone pillar. In the background is the Western Union building with the address 312. Another storefront has a Hallmark Halloween poster in the window. Written in red marker on the cardboard backing of the frame in which the photograph arrived to the museum is "Mark Allen Hall 1975", perhaps the photographer.
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