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1992.022.057 Print, photographic Wing Luke and unidentified young man holding Boy Scout merit badge booklet on citizenship.
1988.009.063 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Family of the lower class - "chowing" intheir home partially destroyed during the war."
1992.022.058 Print, photographic Wing Luke as Acting Mayor of Seattle signing document with ink and brush.
1992.022.059 Print, photographic Wing Luke in City Council meeting for open housing hearings. He was moderator and Seattle Magazine did three feature articles on him.
1992.022.060 Print, photographic Wing Luke giving speech at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. for christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1992.022.061 Print, photographic Wing Luke weighing group of people. Men on scale (L to R): Bill Wong, Ben Woo.
1992.022.062 Print, photographic Wing Luke, Mayor Gordon Clinton and C.C. Lai looking at pictures of a pair of statues of FV dogs carved in dark stone. Though now moved, they used to be located outside of the Seattle Opera House. Wing Luke was responsible for getting these statues donated to the city from the Republic of China after the Seattle World Fair in 1962 (as per Bettie Luke).
1992.022.063 Print, photographic Some Seattle Council members posing on a Seattle Fire Department ladder truck. L to R: M.B. (Mike) Mitchell, Myrtle Edwards, Charles Carroll and Wing Luke.
1992.022.064 Print, photographic Unidentifed fireman climbing ladder on fire truck.
1992.022.065 Print, photographic Four men holding City of Seattle flag. L to R: Frank McCafrey, Wing Luke, James E. Hussey and Councilman A.L. (Lud) Kramer.
1992.022.066 Print, photographic Photo in Wing Luke's city council office looking over drawings with unidentified men.
1992.022.067 Print, photographic Wing Luke shaking hands with Adlai E. Stevenson II (former governor of Illinois and two time Democratic presidential candidate). To his left is Governor Albert D. Rosselini and to his right is Herbert Legg.
1988.009.064 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Reverent but prejudicial ancestor worship - one of China's immense cemeteries, which seriously lessen her productive land area."
1992.022.068 Print, photographic Wing Luke at "Chinese dedication of the Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum" at the University of Washington.
1992.022.069 Print, photographic Behind Wing Luke at "Chinese dedication of the Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum" at the University of Washington.
1992.022.070 Print, photographic Behind Wing Luke and speaker at "Chinese dedication of the Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum" at the University of Washington.
1992.022.074 Print, photographic Appears to be a class portrait from University Heights School. Wing Luke, in a suit, is in the second row, third from the right.
1992.022.077 Print, photographic Crowd photo at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1992.022.078 Print, photographic Photo of unidentified speaker at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1992.022.079 Print, photographic Photo of unidentified naval officer speaking at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1992.022.080 Print, photographic Photo of speaker's platform at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld. Mrs. F. Perry Schofield sits with legs crossed holding a bouquet of flowers.
1992.022.081 Print, photographic Photo of Mrs. F. Perry Schofield (r) and family at Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1992.022.082 Print, photographic Photo of Mrs. F. Perry Schofield christening of a guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld.
1988.009.065 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Li Hung Chan - China's grestest viceroy and diplomat (photographed in his Yamen , Tienstin, China"
1992.022.083 Print, photographic Launching of guided missile destroyer escort vessel DEG-3 Schofeld into Elliott Bay.
1992.022.086 Print, photographic Wing Luke with three ticket volunteers for the Cub Scout Clamorama. L to R: Mrs. George Minzel, Mrs. Robert Sprague and Mrs. Veryl Miller.
1992.022.088 Print, photographic Wing Luke with three ticket volunteers and a sailing dinghy for the Cub Scout Clamorama. L to R: Mrs. Veryl Miller, Mrs. Robert Sprague and Mrs. George Minzel.
1992.022.089 Print, photographic CHINESE ART: Lieut. Gov. John Cherberg pointed to a detail in "Hong Kong at Night," one of a group of paintings by Lui-Sang Wong of Hong Kong on display in the Gim Ling Restaurant, 516 Seventh Av. S. Others, from left were Councilman Wing Luke; Lock-Tin Eng, president of the Eng Family Association; Lui-Sang Wong, and William J. Wong, president of the Wong Family Association. The exhibit, sponsored by the family associations, will go the Seattle Center. -photo caption from the Seattle Times
1992.022.090 Print, photographic INSTITUTE PLANNERS: Mrs. Frank Little, center, held the program for a vocational institute, of which she is chairman, to be held Saturday at Seattle University. Looking on were the Very Rev. A.A. Lemieux, S.J., university president, and Wing Luke, assistant attorney-general, who will be among the speakers. The institute, for high-school pupils, is sponsored by the Seattle Urban League, East Side Y.W.C.A. and East Madison Y.M.C.A. It starts at 9:30 o'clock. A session for parents, on helping their children pick careers, will begin at 1. -photo caption from the Seattle Times
1992.022.091 Print, photographic BACK IN GALLEY: Kenneth Erickson of Anchorage was handed a pan and jokingly told to get to work yesterday afternoon when he boarded the three-masted schooner Wawona. Erickson ws dishwasher on the vessel in 1947 on its last codfishing trip in the Bering Sea. Members of the S.O.S. (Save Our Ships) Committee urging Erickson on were from left, Chuck Ogrosky, City Councilman Wing Luke and John Ross. The ship, built in 1897, worked out of Seattle for many years. She is moored in Lake Union. the committee plans to recondition the Wawona as a floating museum, and perhaps even fit her out as a sailing museum. Volunteers are working the ship week-ends. -photo caption from the Seattle Times
1992.022.092 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke for Seattle Times article announcing his election as president of the King County Young Democrats.
1992.022.093 Print, photographic TWO LUKES: Councilman Wing Luke, left and Theron H. Luke, city editor of The Provo, Utah, Daily Herald, counted the Lukes in the Seattle telephone directory yesteday. The Lukes became acquainted when Luke, the editor, wrote a humorous column about his ancestors in Scotland which he sent on to Councilman Luke, whose ancestry is Chinese. The Seattle Luke treated the visiting Luke to a Chinese luncheon yesterday and promised "to wear my kilts" when he visits Provo. The editor came to Seattle with a Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce group and to visit his daughter, Mrs. Virginia Sanislo, 3016 35th Av. W. -from Seattle Times photo caption
1992.022.094 Print, photographic IDEAS WANTED: A search for an official city flag began with inspection of an unofficial version donated to the city in 1943. From left - Frank McCaffrey, the donor, who had it made when he was on the city council; Councilman (councilmen) Wing Luke and A.L Kramer, and James E. Hussey, chairman of the Municipal Art Commission. McCaffrey is a member of the commission, which will consider ways to encourage flag designs, perhaps by a public contest. The 1943 flag has a profile of Chief Seattle in the center and dolphins in an outer circle. -from Seattle Times photo caption
1992.022.095 Print, photographic Four people standing in back of table and grill. L to R: Unknown woman, Fire Chief, Wing Luke, Councilwoman Myrtle Edwards.
1988.009.066 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "West Fom Ha Ta Men, along huge ancient wall between Tartar and Peking"
1992.022.096 Print, photographic Photo of a girl wearing a light colored sweater or coat.
1992.022.097 Print, photographic Man in dark jacket.
1992.022.099 Print, photographic Portrait of Wing Luke as a young man.
1992.022.100 Print, photographic Photo of Quay Lee, manager of Wah Young Co. showing Ching Dynasty shoes to Wing Luke. The shoes were presented the the Thomas Burke Memorial Museum.
1992.022.101 Print, photographic Wing Luke in a meeting with unknown people in the council chambers, meeting room.
1992.022.102 Print, photographic WING LUKE, high school student leader, urges his fellow students to fight against Halloween vandalism. Flanking Wing (from left to right) are Alice Wilson, Mary Pat Stover, Mary Randolph, Fred Fisher and Ed Blumkin. -From Seattle Post-Intelligencer photo caption
1992.022.103 Print, photographic Wing Luke, Mayor J.D. (Dorm) Brahman, Councilman A.L. (Lud) Kramer and Miss Chinatown upon dedication of Chinese theme, Pacific Northwest Bell, telephone booth on Maynard Street.
1992.022.104 Print, photographic Wing Luke wearing a kilt and playing bag pipes at the Seattle Opera House at a variety show put on by various civic leaders. One of the last photos taken of him.
1992.022.105 Print, photographic Wing Luke wearing a kilt and playing bag pipes at the Seattle Opera House at a variety show put on by various civic leaders. One of the last photos taken of him.
1992.022.106 Print, photographic Portrait of Wing Luke as a young man.
1988.009.067 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "North from Ha - ta Men scene of the German minister's murder now called Ketteler Street."
1992.022.107 Print, photographic College graduation portrait of Wing Luke.
1992.022.108 Print, photographic Wing Luke, (behind phone booth) Councilman A.L. (Lud) Kramer (holding child) and Miss Chinatown in traditional Chinese dress upon dedication of Chinese theme, Pacific Northwest Bell, telephone booth on Maynard Street.
1992.022.109 Print, photographic Wing Luke and Robert Luke.
1992.022.110 Print, photographic Luke Family photo. Top Step (left): Lung Sing "Henry" (Father), Mother, Wing Middle Step: Ruby, Robert, Connie Bottom Step: Marguerite, Bettie
1992.022.111 Print, photographic Wing Luke with three other boys, outside by a bush.
1992.022.112 Print, photographic Wing Luke in military uniform holding rifle.
1992.022.113 Print, photographic Wing Luke in military uniform posing with unknown person in drawing of brig.
1992.022.114 Print, photographic Wing Luke in shirt, tie and cap.
1992.022.115 Print, photographic Wing Luke at far right of stage for dedication of Selkirk High School.
1992.022.116 Print, photographic Wing Luke with (from L): Doug Neuman, Fred Warren, Vern LaVergne, and Fred Rodgers.
1988.009.068 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "British legation scene of heroic fortitude during the siege from barricade city wall - Peking, China"
1992.022.117 Print, photographic Wing Luke signing condolences book for Winston Churchill upon his death in Jan. 1965. Councilman Charles Carroll is on the far right.
1992.022.118 Print, photographic Wing Luke (face half hidden below fallout shelter sign) observing signing condolences book for Winston Churchill upon his death in Jan. 1965. Councilman Charles Carroll is directly behind the signer. Appears Councilwoman Myrtle Edwards is on the far right.
1992.022.119 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke bent over oven preparing a fish dinner, "Salmon a la Wing Luke." Photo taken during an interview for an article for "Sunset Magazine." Date: c1964
1992.022.120 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke bent over oven preparing a fish dinner, "Salmon a la Wing Luke." Photo taken during an interview for an article for "Sunset Magazine" but used in Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Date: c1964
1992.022.121 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke preparing a fish dinner, "Salmon a la Wing Luke." Photo taken during an interview for an article for "Sunset Magazine." Date: c1964 Same photo as x1992.022.041.
1992.022.122 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke holding knife preparing a fish dinner, "Salmon a la Wing Luke." Photo taken during an interview for an article for "Sunset Magazine." Date: c1964
1992.022.123 Print, photographic Photo of Wing Luke being interviewed, preparing a fish dinner, "Salmon a la Wing Luke." Photo taken during an interview for an article for "Sunset Magazine." Date: c1964
1992.022.124 Print, photographic Wing Luke signing a bond as acting mayor for heating equipment in both English and using Chinese characters.
1992.022.125 Print, photographic Wing Luke with Japanese labor delegation of Aeromechanics. Seated at far right is Mayor J.D. Dorm Braman and standing at far right is Councilman A.L. (Lud) Kramer.
1992.022.126 Print, photographic Wing Luke with Mayor J.D. Dorm Braman.
1977.009.013 Photograph 2 Sepia toned photographs of women sitting on logs doing their laundry. 1 sampan and 1 river boat are in the river and a bridge is in the background.
1988.009.069 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "One of the typical 'freight trains' of China - looking East on Legation Street at caravan from Tienstin China"
1992.022.127 Print, photographic Mayor and City Council in Council Chambers. from L, seated: unidentified, unidentified, Mayor Gordon Clinton, Myrtle Edwards Standing: Wing Luke, Paul J. Alexander, unidentified, Clarence Massart, J.D. Dorm Braman, A.L. (Lud) Kramer and Charles M. Carroll.
1992.022.128 Print, photographic Wing Luke, Mayor Gordon Clinton and C.C. Lai looking at pictures of a pair of statues of FV dogs carved in dark stone. Though now moved, they used to be located outside of the Seattle Opera House. Wing Luke was responsible for getting these statues donated to the city from the Republic of China after the Seattle World Fair in 1962 (as per Bettie Luke).
1992.022.129 Print, photographic Group of people in costumes standing in Montlake Parking Lot by University of Washington campus taking food off of garbage can lid. L to R: Wing Luke, Faith Enyert. On far right is Max Gurvich.
1992.022.130 Print, photographic Group of people singing at "Rally at Pioneer Square for the "Save Our Ships Inc." Remarks are "Sing along with Wing." L to R: Wing Luke, Kay Ladue (assisting at the rally), George C. Olsen, unidentified bass player and John Haydon - Port Commissioner.
1992.022.131 Print, photographic St. Patrick's Day celebration. From L: Wing Luke, Peter Michael McKay and Michael McKay. An article accompanies the photo.
1992.022.132 Print, photographic Wing Luke and mother at the family grocery store (Terry and James) after election to Seattle City Council.
1992.022.133 Print, photographic Wing Luke showing his father and mother telegrams. Sister Bettie holds sign. Photo taken after winning primaries. Article attached.
1992.022.134 Print, photographic Wing Luke in City Council meeting for open housing hearings. He was moderator and Seattle Magazine did three feature articles on him.
1992.022.135 Print, photographic City Council members at a church railing. From L: unidentified, Myrtle Edwards, Clarence Massart, A.L. (Lud) Kramer, Wing Luke, unidentified, unidentified.
1992.022.136 Print, photographic Wing Luke at age 6 in Hong Kong passport photograph.
1988.009.070 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Reminders of the terrible eight week siege - ruins of French legationon Legation Street."
1992.022.137 Print, photographic Wing Luke around 6 years old in "traditional" shirt.
1992.022.138 Print, photographic Wing Luke as baby in a studio.
1992.022.139 Print, photographic Group photo. (2 copies) L to R: Back row: Connie Luke, Wing Luke Front row: Ruby and Robert
1992.022.142 Print, photographic Three people on dock standing next to helicopter near water. L: Wing Luke, unidentified, J.D. Dorm Braman (Councilman/Mayor).
1992.022.143 Print, photographic Three people on dock standing next to helicopter near water. L: Wing Luke, unidentified, J.D. Dorm Braman (Councilman/Mayor).
1992.022.144 Print, photographic Three people on dock standing next to helicopter near water. L: Wing Luke, unidentified, J.D. Dorm Braman (Councilman/Mayor).
1992.022.145 Print, photographic Three people on dock standing next to helicopter near water. L: Wing Luke, unidentified, J.D. Dorm Braman (Councilman/Mayor).
1992.022.146 Print, photographic L: Wing Luke and J.D. Dorm Braman (Councilman/Mayor) with two Boy Scouts.
1992.022.147 Print, photographic Wing Luke, 2 unidentified Boy and Cub Scouts and Ruby Chow (holding noodles).
1992.022.148 Print, photographic Wing Luke signing a bond as acting mayor for heating equipment in both English and using Chinese characters.
1988.009.071 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "The bullet scarred American legation from the barricaded city wall - Forbidden City and Coal Hill in distance."
1992.022.150 Print, photographic Young boy believed to be Robert Luke (per Bettie Luke) leaning against brick wall.
1992.022.151 Print, photographic Baby in small wicker chair.
1992.022.152 Print, photographic Marguerite Luke as young girl holding hand of an unidentified boy.
1992.022.153 Print, photographic City officials with visitors from Edinburgh, Scotland on fire boat. From L: Councilman Ted Best, Firemaster T. Rushbrook, Councillor R. Wilson, Councilwoman Myrtle Edwards, Bailie J.F. Stewart and Councilman Wing Luke.
1992.022.154 Print, photographic Unidentified woman and man with Wing Luke holding sheets of paper. Smith Tower is in the background. Probably taken from the County Courthouse (formerly the County-City Building).
1992.022.155 Print, photographic Eight young men with adult leader in Explorer Scout uniforms.
1992.022.156 Print, photographic People at speakers table. From L: A.L.(Lud) Kramer, unidentified, Wing Luke, J.D. Dorm Braman (at podium). Appears to be Boy Scout emblems on wall.
1992.022.157 Print, photographic People at speakers table. From L: Wing Luke, unidentified man (at podium). Appears to be Boy Scout emblems on wall.
1992.022.158 Print, photographic People at speakers table. From L: Wing Luke (face blocked off), A.L. (Lud) Kramer (at podium), unidentifed man. Appears to be Boy Scout emblems on wall.
1992.022.159 Print, photographic Two unidenfied women near a door.
1988.009.072 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Ruins around the legation burned by the Chinese - from Chien - men where Capt. Reilly was killed - Peiking China"
1992.022.160A-B Print, photographic Two unidentified women posing with Wing Luke as he signs some documents with an ink brush.
1992.022.161 Print, photographic Wing Luke and 4 unidentified people holding perhaps a book.
1992.022.162 Print, photographic Wing Luke handing National Geographic magazines to unidentified man. Two men in uniform (at least one with the Seattle Fire Department) stand to the right.
1992.022.163 Print, photographic Hand colored photo of a man, possibly Wing Luke's father, Lung Sing "Henry" Luke.
1992.022.164 Print, photographic Unidentified young man in sergeants uniform.
1992.022.165A-B Print, photographic Two identical pictures of Wing Luke and unidentified man in front of life ring. Symbol in rear appears to say "Tacoma Realtors"
1992.022.166A-B Print, photographic Picture of Wing Luke and unidentified man in front of life ring. Symbol in rear appears to say "Tacoma Realtors". Object B is a photo holder.
1992.022.167A-B Print, photographic Two identical pictures of Wing Luke and two unidentified men in front of life ring. Symbol in rear appears to say "Tacoma Realtors"
1992.022.168 Print, photographic Two unidentified women in grassy area with artist's pads.
1992.022.169 Print, photographic Unidentified woman in forest clearing.
1988.009.073 Photograph Black and white stereopticon Photographs A double image on a stiff dark gray card with caption at the bottom. At one end is printed "Underwood and Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas," and at the other end is "Works and Studios, Arlington N.J. Littleton, N.H. Washington D.C." with a rising sun in the middle and "Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle of the sun. This one says: "Busy markets in Chinese (southern) Peiking on Kaiser street between South gate and Chien men gate."
1992.022.170 Print, photographic Possibly Wing Luke in foreground at the 1956 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
1992.022.171 Print, photographic "Hong Kong at Night," one of a group of paintings by Lui-Sang Wong (left) of Hong Kong. Wing Luke is standing next to him.
1992.022.172 Print, photographic Wing Luke, Mayor Gordon Clinton and C.C. Lai looking at pictures of a pair of statues of FV dogs carved in dark stone. Though now moved, they used to be located outside of the Seattle Opera House. Wing Luke was responsible for getting these statues donated to the city from the Republic of China after the Seattle World Fair in 1962 (as per Bettie Luke).
1992.022.173 Print, photographic Two unidentified women being interviewed by man with microphone.
1992.022.174 Print, photographic Wing Luke with three unidentified men.
1992.022.175 Print, photographic Wing Luke at Sea-Tac Airport
1992.022.176 Print, photographic Wing Luke at Sea-Tac Airport
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