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Id#NameDescription
2002.053.013.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Mary Chu Chinn
2002.053.014.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Hind W. Chinn
2002.053.015.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Hina Y. Chinn
2002.053.015.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Hina Y Chinn and Tennis Team
2002.053.015.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Hina Y Chinn at Potlatch Parade on float with Chinese Community sign
1990.096.061.070 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman and a child eating. Inscription reads "Taking meal of parent and child".
2002.053.015.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print Hina Y Chinn at Polath celebration on float
2002.053.015.005 Print, Photographic Black and white print Hina Y Chinn at Potlath celebration on float with flags
2002.053.016.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Larry Paul Chinn with kite
2002.053.017.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Mary Doung Chinn
2002.053.017.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Early Family picture with Mary Doung Chinn
2002.053.017.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Mr. Doung Quona Mina
2002.053.017.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print Cathay Matron's Group fashon show at Chong Wa Benvolent Assn. 1937
2002.053.017.005 Print, Photographic Black and white print Picketing scrapiron to Japn Rose Lew Kay is fifth adult from left
2002.053.018.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Raymond Chinn
2002.053.019.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Ruby Au Chinn
1990.096.061.071 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard that is identical to #18. Inscription is "Playing Koto by Kee-san".
2002.053.019.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Au Family Picture L to R Jennie, PauXi (mother), Evain, SayYenAu (father), Ruby, Pat
2002.053.019.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Au Family Picture number 2 "most of the children of the Au family were born in Seattle, but the family moved to Hong Kong in 1920, and returned to the United States in 1927
2002.053.020.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Ruth Jung Chinn
2002.053.020.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print "Consul General of the Republic of China gives Ruth Chinn an outstanding service award for helping with outreach to the Chinese community in Seattle. Photo from Ruth Chinn-late 1970 in Seattle."
2002.053.020.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Unidentified men in front of airplane
2002.053.020.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print "chinese Student club at UW-Ruth Chinn"
2002.053.020.005 Print, Photographic in 1948, Chinese women sought election to the board of the Ching Wa Benevolent Association, an umbrella organization of the Chinese associations in Washington state. They were the first women in the country to achieve these positions. Back row, from left: June Eng, Alma Lew, Rose Lew, and Ruby Chow. Front row, Nancy Jang, Ruth Chinn and Ruby Chinn.
2002.053.021.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Walter Chinn
2002.053.022.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Fay Chong "Fay Chong, a famous Northwest water colourist, developed a style of painting that integrated Chinese brush strokes with modern Western art."
2002.053.022.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Fay chong with textile
1990.096.061.072 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman reclining on a mattress. In front of her is a bowl and dulcimer. Caption is "KOTO AND KEE SAN".
2002.053.023.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Frank Chong
2002.053.023.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Frank Chong family picture
2002.053.023.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Fank and William Chong on goat pulled cart
2002.053.023.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print William Chong with 1st calollac owned by a Chinese (his father) in the Northwest
2002.053.023.005 Print, Photographic Black and white print Frank Chong (on steps of Chong Wa?)
2002.053.023.006 Print, Photographic Black and white print Frank Chong on hillside
2002.053.024.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Ruby Chow
2002.053.024.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Ruby Chow Contact Sheet
2002.053.025.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Dorothy Chun
2002.053.025.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Dorothy Chun's Father Matsue Chun
1990.096.061.073 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of an oval-shaped portrait of a standing woman. She leans on a table with flowers. Inscription reads "Kee-san".
2002.053.025.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print One of two Houses owned by Dorothy Chun's Father, Located in Hong Kong Courtesy of Dorothy Chun
2002.053.026.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Bruce Dona
2002.053.026.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print From black bound "Chinese Baptist Kindergarten Seattle. Wash. 3/12/35
2002.053.026.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Bruce Dona Family Portrait
2002.053.027.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Wai Ena
2002.053.028.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of William Ena
2002.053.029.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Calvin Fung
2002.053.029.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Calvin Fung in military uniform
2002.053.030.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Jeni Kay Fung with children
2002.053.030.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Mr. Charles Kay and his wife Mrs. Lam Shee Kay are pictured here with their children, William, Mary, Jeni, Henry, and Frances. In 1930, Kay brought his family back to China to live in the house of his mother for a brief time. The family is also pictured in China on the occasion of hte mother's 80th birthday.
1990.096.061.074 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman seated beside a table on which are flowers. Caption reads "KEE SAN".
2002.053.030.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Mr. Charles Kay and his wife Mrs. Lam Shee Kay are pictured here with their children, William, Mary, Jeni, Henry and Frances. In 1930, Kay brought his family back to China to live in the house of his mother for a brief time. The family is also pictured in China on the occasion of the mother's 80th birthday.
2002.053.030.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print Family portrait
2002.053.030.005 Print, Photographic Black and white print Family with car on 8th Ave So
2002.053.030.006 Print, Photographic Black and white print scrap iaon to Japan protests
2002.053.030.008 Print, Photographic Black and white print Fashion show picture
2002.053.031.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Clifton Loon
2002.053.032.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of George Ham
2002.053.032.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print George Ham stands next to a sewing machine used in his father's business, the Sun Hing Laundry, a typical Chinese hand laundry which operated in Seattle from 1934 to 1958. George Ham poses at the Wing Luck Asian Museum beside a swing machine from the Sun Hing Laundry which was donated to the Museum.
2002.053.033.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Frances Chin Ho
2002.053.034.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print "Chen-Hian Wuang, pictured with daughter Louise in 1927, ram a Chinese embroiden shop in downtown Seattle."
1990.096.061.075 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of girls seated in a row on a veranda. Same as #31.
2002.053.034.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Chinese Embroidery Shop 1516 Third Ave, Seattle Cheng-Hiang Hwana And Daughter Florence
2002.053.034.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print The wayside mission Hospital was actually the convented steamship "idaho" where Joseck S. Hwang worked.
2002.053.035.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Priscilla Chowa Jue
2002.053.035.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print "Priscilla CHong Jue, a self employed artist who works on block prints, silk screens and batile was an early supporter of the Wing Luke Aisan Museum. Born in Fragowia, Washington in 1916, she rode a horse to school with her sisters.
2002.053.035.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Family Picture
2002.053.036.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Vincent Dong and family
2002.053.037.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Willard Jue, a rejected herbalist, pharmacist, boyscout troop master and Chinese community historian in Seattle, is pictured with grandson Nathan in 1980
2002.053.038.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Pat Kan
2002.053.039.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Bill Kay
2002.053.040.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Richard Kay
1990.096.061.076 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a young woman standing between a couch and a tall table. Caption reads "KEE SAN".
2002.053.040.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Helen Kay
2002.053.040.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Pictured in 1933 is Richard Lew Kay, grandson of Lew King, a famous Chinese contractor for the Northern Pacific Railroad who arrived in Seattle in 1874
2002.053.040.004 Print, Photographic Black and white print Bob Wah, left, and serveral relatives in JOhn Day, Overson, 1949. Wah worked at Kan Wah Chung Co. with Dr. Ing Hay, the famous pioner "China Doctor" in JohnDay. "
2002.053.040.005 Print, Photographic Black and white print Richard Kay
2002.053.040.006 Print, Photographic Black and white print Richard Kay and group at a resturant
2002.053.040.007 Print, Photographic Black and white print "Richard and Helen Lew Kay, both grandchildren of prominet Northwest Chense pioneers on their wedding day in Seattle in 1957.
2002.053.040.008 Print, Photographic Black and white print Man in top hat with two women in front of miwalkee Hotel
2002.053.041.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Toy Ano Kay operated a Chinese American Cafe In Olympia's Old Chinatown area for many years. Becc Kay's Grandfather settled in the olympia area in the late 1880s, working as a cook in a camp.
2002.053.041.003 Print, Photographic Black and white print Toy Kay in front of Kay's Cafe
2002.053.042.002 Print, Photographic Black and white print Dr. Eugene Ko, a Chinese American physician who has operated a practice in Seattle since the 1950s
1990.096.061.077 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman in profile pose holding a bouquet of flowers. She is wearing a tasseled hat and purple hanbok. Caption is "The Kee-san".
2002.053.044.001 Print, Photographic Black and white print Portrait of Euaena Ko
2002.053.074 Print, Photographic Portrait of Amy Yee
2002.053.30.007 Print, Photographic Black and white print Fashion show
2002.053.30.009 Print, Photographic Black and white print Henry Locke working ? Check with Jeni Fung
2002.055.004 Print, Photographic Valeda a Japanese American social and service organization at the University of Washington.
2002.055.005 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Valeda - a Japanese American social and service organization at the University of Washington.
2002.055.006 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of the Seattle Buddhist Church Basketball Team.
2002.055.025 Print, Photographic Black and white image Child stands behind a sign: O.K. Landscape Gardener John Kiuchi Artistic Landscapes
2002.056.007 Print, Photographic Color postcard image of "Looking up Main Street in the Japanese District, Seattle" Intersection of 4th and Main, looking East.
2002.056.008 Print, Photographic Color postcard of the interior of the Pekin Cafe 2nd and Yesler, Seattle, WA
1977.009.001 Photograph Sepia photograph of men and women standing and walking in open area in front of a Chinese-style gate. Possibly a Russian Orthodox priest leading a procession.
1982.006.009 Photograph Costumed figures wearing large face masks in foreground. Spectators in background in front of two large buildings. Written on back: "Devil dance at a temple" Hankow or Peking 1920-25
1990.096.061.078 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman standing beside a table. She is in a long robe and wears a tasseled hat. Potted flowers and a potted tree are on the floor before her. Inscription reads "A Korean lady".
2002.058.001 Print, Photographic Big Yin Woo So with her husband.
2002.058.002 Print, Photographic Big Yin Woo So at home sewing. 1977
2002.058.003 Print, Photographic So Family in Hong Kong in 1969 prior to moving to the US.
2002.058.004 Print, Photographic Color 4 x 6 print Black Bear folks and friends at wedding 1996.
2002.058.005 Print, Photographic Color 4 x 6 photo of bridemaids at wedding. Dresses made by Big Yin Woo So of silk. 1996
2002.058.006 Print, Photographic Color 4 x 6 print of Ying Wah Lock, Big Yin Woo - So and Bo Luke, all former Black Bear employees in Hawaii on a Kay Ying Travel Package.
2002.058.007 Print, Photographic Color print of Black Bear employees at a party in the 1980s.
2002.058.008 Print, Photographic 3 - Color instamatic photo of young girls playing in the snow. Big Yin Woo So made all of the jackets being worn.
2002.059.001 Print, Photographic 1 - color photograph of Til Chinn at a banquet.
2002.060.001 Print, Photographic Color print of Fong Ping Chinn
1990.096.061.079 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a woman seated in a chair with one leg pulled up. Behind her is a painted screen and tall potted plants. Caption is "KEE SAN".
2002.061.001 Print, Photographic Bo Luke in Hawaii 1995
2002.061.002 Print, Photographic Color photograph of Bo Luke and Mary Ma on trip to Hawaii.
2002.061.003 Print, Photographic Color print of Bo Luke, Ying Wah Lock and Big Yin Woo So, former Black Bear co workers, on a Kay Ying trip to Hawaii.
2002.061.004 Print, Photographic Bo Luke and Mary Ma former Black Bear co workers on a trip to hawaii
2002.062.001 Print, Photographic Portrait image of Ling Fong Chinn
2002.063.001 Print, Photographic Dor Kar Kwan
2002.064.001 Print, Photographic Kit Pang and Til Chinn in hotel room
2002.064.002 Print, Photographic Cut out color photograph of Kit Pang
2003.001.001 Print, Photographic Color photograph of Lindsay Gow in helicopter. Caption on the back reads: "Me" atop LAPD's Parker Cernter Downtown, LA Lindset, 1997"
2003.007.001 Print, Photographic Seventh Avenue South looking north from King Street. Visible are Chinese lanterns, the Gim Ling restaurant, Don Ting Cafe, Silver Dragon restaurant.
1990.096.061.080 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of a western style building with tile roof, wood clapboard sides, frame windows. Wooden fence surrounds it. Caption reads "A LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL S KURAI SEOUL"
2003.007.002 Print, Photographic Construction of Interstate 5 through the International District. Visible in the bacground is South King St. and the Kong Yick buildings.
2003.007.003 Print, Photographic King Street Train station
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