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1991.100.458 Photograph Black and white glossy photo of ocean vessel, bulk carrier, moored at pier of grain elevator loading gallery. (cont. from back of photo: After a warm welcome, ship loaded grain for China."
1991.100.459 Photograph Sepia - collection of Chinese musical instruments. On reverse of photo: Chinese musical instruments.
1991.100.460 Photograph Black and white photo with negative...group of boys of various races and one man. Two boys are holding basketballs and all are wearing shorts. Collins Playfield, 1947
1991.100.461 Photograph Black and white photo mounted on embossed gray cardboard...two Chinese men in Chinese dress with two western men, one wearing Chesterfield coat and top hat, other in a dress army uniform. Representatives of the govt. with news of Royal deaths at Peking."
1991.100.462 Photograph Black and white photo...ten Chinese men posed by and behind a closed casket draped with flowers. Background appears to be a graveyard with dome- shaped structures, grass and trees. Written on back: "From Spokane"
1988.009.004 Photograph Black and white Stereoptic Photographs Each is a double image on a stiff gray card. There is a caption at the bottom of the card. Some have a longer description on the back. At one end is printed: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas." At the other end is:"Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J. Littleton, N.H., Washington D. C." with an illustration of a rising sun in the center and " Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle. "A Street 'Flower Boats,' places of Amusment and Debauchery, Canton, China"
1991.100.463 Photograph Rear view of a Lion Dance, head and body with two people. Back of photo states "Lion Dance Modern".
1991.100.464 Photograph Color photograph of 2 Chinese youngsters, in lion costume. They are on a brick street. In the background are people sitting on the pavement, in Western dress.
1991.100.465 Postcard Postcard showing a swimming beach near San Francisco. Card sent to "Mrs. S. Kamuro, Tokyo, Japan", dated Dec. 25, l904. Photo shows bay in background, bather and onlookers on beach in small cove. Japanese characters written on both sides.
1991.100.466 Photograph A: Two boys on a pony, with older boy standing behind. B: Same. Characters written on "A". "Jimmie, Phil, Leslie Mar Hing" written on reverse, in English.
1991.100.467 Photograph Mounted black & white photo:"Entering Chinese awaiting customs and immigration inspection at the Sumas, Wa. railroad station. Sumas became the official Chinese port of entry in 1903." from the reverse side of photo. Copy of Willson and MacDonald Photograph Collect.
1991.100.468 Photograph Posed photo of a Japanese-American football team, Jersies are marked "NVC" (Nisei Veterans Club) Some have been identified.
1991.100.469 Photograph Two Chinese girls. The one standing wears a dark suit and large flowered hat. The seated younger one wears a white dress and large hairbow. Both in Western dress. On reverse side "Chin Hock's daughters" is written
1991.100.470 Photograph Studio portrait of young Asian boy, holding a ball, sitting on a table with stool in foreground.
1991.100.471 Photograph Studio photo of Chinese family. Grandmother, wearing Chinese dress, is seated holding baby who is dressed in Western clothes. Parents stand behind wearing Western dress. Painted backdrop. Chinese characters on the back. Name: Mu Tong,
1991.100.472 Photograph Studio photo of Chinese lady in Chinese jacket and slacks seated flanked by a young Chinese boy to her right and teenaged (?) girl to her left. They wear Western clothes. Chinese characters on reverse side, probably identifying the people.
1988.009.005 Photograph Black and white Stereoptic Photographs Each is a double image on a stiff gray card. There is a caption at the bottom of the card. Some have a longer description on the back. At one end is printed: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas." At the other end is:"Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J. Littleton, N.H., Washington D. C." with an illustration of a rising sun in the center and " Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle. "Canton, the vast Metropolis of China, from the pagoda on the Northern wall."
1991.100.473 Photograph Studio photo of beautiful young Chinese woman with three children, all in Chinese dress. Two boys and girl, the baby sits on the mothers lap. Painted backdrop.
1991.100.474 Photograph Caucasian man wearing white suit and straw hat. Written on back: "L. Bates, 1910, China, Father Admiral"
1991.100.475 Photograph Western style building. Three rickshaws in front with some Chinese men and a woman in western style dress. May be in Hong Kong. Circ 1918.
1991.100.476 Photograph River scene with western style buildings on shore. Several boats and a river steamer. May be in Canton, China.
1991.100.477 Photograph Three 3 storied western style buildings on bank of waterway. Lighters on water. Steeple in background.
1991.100.478 Photograph Lighters (boats) on water in front of western style buildings on shore. Steamer in background.
1991.100.479 Photograph Large three storied Chinese style building, possibly a temple or ceremonial building.
1991.100.480 Photograph Lighter (boat) loaded with matting in foreground with a western style church on river bank behind.
1991.100.481 Photograph Three sampams on water tied together. Three adults and one child on boats.
1991.100.482 Photograph Chinese man and woman riding on the back of a cart past western style buildings.
1988.009.006 Photograph Black and white Stereoptic Photographs Each is a double image on a stiff gray card. There is a caption at the bottom of the card. Some have a longer description on the back. At one end is printed: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas." At the other end is:"Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J. Littleton, N.H., Washington D. C." with an illustration of a rising sun in the center and " Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle. "Panorama northwest from the city's Northern Wall, Canton, China"
1991.100.483 Photograph Cobbled roadway lined by trees and telephone poles. Man in uniform walking.
1991.100.484 Photograph Three small children walking on road toward a bridge. Man on left pointing.
1991.100.485 Photograph Sampan with boatman on water, loaded lighters (boats) in background, and man standing on shore.
1991.100.486 Photograph Two uniformed men standing infront of large walled building. Man on right appears to be a Sikh and man on left Chinese.
1991.100.487 Photograph Lighters (boats) on water in foreground with three western style buildings on shore.
1991.100.488 Photograph Out of focus image of three men poling a lighter (boat)on the water.
1991.100.489 Photograph Large rock formation sticking out of water with a junk sailing near by.
1991.100.490 Photograph Small island in body of water. Two boats in distance each with 3 sails.
1991.100.491 Photograph Wedge shaped island in body of water with 2 boats and another small island in the distance.
1991.100.492 Photograph Pergola or bandstand surrounded by gas lamps. Another gas lamp post in foreground and trees in background.
1988.009.007 Photograph Black and white Stereoptic Photographs Each is a double image on a stiff gray card. There is a caption at the bottom of the card. Some have a longer description on the back. At one end is printed: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas." At the other end is:"Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J. Littleton, N.H., Washington D. C." with an illustration of a rising sun in the center and " Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle. "Looking into Shappat-po Street form one of the Nightwatch Bridges, Canton, China"
1991.100.493 Photograph "The British Dispensary Drug Store" in background with Chinese man with carrying pole and woman in western dress in foreground.
1991.100.494 Photograph Chinese children lined up to have their picture taken. Other Chinese on the street. Western style buildings in background.
1991.100.495 Photograph Studio potrait of young Chinese child, probably a boy, dressed in high top shoes, dark pants, light colored dress and standing on a rustic bench.
1991.100.496 Photograph Studio photograph of Chinese mother seated by small wooden table with 3 sons standing.
1991.100.497 Photograph Studio photograph of 2 young Chinese children wearing Chinese dress and sitting on wall.
1991.100.498 Photograph Studio photograph of 2 young Chinese children in Chinese dress in front of backdrop of a landscape. Photo is in a 6.75 by 8.75" frame.
1991.100.499 Photograph Wedding picture of Chinese man in western style dress and Chinese woman in 2 piece Chinese style dress holding flowers. Taken at Sun Chung studio in Hong Kong
1991.100.500 Photograph Black and White photograph of Summer Palace - looking across bridge, through gateway and up to large building on the hill surrounded by small temples and pavillons. Favorite picnic spot. Only one of many buildings." Envel: 6/82 from Bobbie Coe, Coe Swiss
1991.100.501 Photograph Black and white photograph of 4 ladies on a Chinese bridge. On Reverse: "This is on the bridge to the island at the Summer Palace. Wish you could see the cunning carved lions on each post." (daughter of Lewis Gun)
1991.100.502 Photograph Black and white photograph of entrance to a Chinese building. Group of men standing under tile roof portico overlooking courtyard. On reverse cont: Brilliant green roofs. Bright red pillars. Decorations mostly green and gold.
1988.009.008 Photograph Black and white Stereoptic Photographs Each is a double image on a stiff gray card. There is a caption at the bottom of the card. Some have a longer description on the back. At one end is printed: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers, New York, London, Toronto - Canada, Ottawa - Kansas." At the other end is:"Works and Studios, Arlington, N.J. Littleton, N.H., Washington D. C." with an illustration of a rising sun in the center and " Sun Sculpture Trade Mark" in the middle. "Splendor of Chun - ke chie, Ancestral Hall of the great Chun Family Canton, China."
1991.100.503 Photograph Interior of Toshiro hardware store. 2 men on the right foreground are looking at merchandise. At the rear is standing, hands in pockets, man who is talking to Kanjiro Toshiro, the owner. Bl. & Wh. 109 Prefontane Pl.
1991.100.504 Photograph Interior of Toshiro hardware store. See also 1991.100.503. 3 men are facing the owner, Kanjiro Toshiro, behind the counter at the right. Bl&Wh
1991.100.505 Photograph Interior of Tashiro hardware store. K. Tashiro standing right center with his arm on the counter top. See 1991.100.503 and 504. Black and White
1991.100.506 Photograph Truck full of cardboard boxes with Chinese driver and man sitting on top. "Sam Yick Co. Express" and "coal and coke" is written on the side of truck. Truck in front of brick building with a store window with the sign "Quong Tuck, Importer and Exporter, Tea and Rice, Wholesale and Retail". Two Chinese men and a boy are standing in doorway of store. On reverse of photo: "Sam Yick Express Co., part of Quong Tuck, photo from Dan Woo"
1991.100.507 Photograph A: B & W Photo of Canton Building, dated 1894 on the peak of building. 3 story building is divided into 3 store fronts on the street level, "Man Hop and Co Merchandise, Yoot Hong Restaurant, Me Wah & Co., Merchandise" Located on Washington Street between 2nd and 3rd Ave., part of old Chinatown. B: Negative made by Rod Slemmons, SAM, 1992
1991.100.508 Photograph Group of 13 Chinese men in Chinese dress standing on railroad tracks adjacent to a railroad shed, a railcar in the background. Delegation l910 to the Pres., copied from Dan Woo, (Goon Dip? 2nd Mandarin from left, 5 man from l.?"
1991.100.509 Photograph 3 story wooden apartment building with storefront in the International District. On the side is a continuous porch on all 3 floors. Behind can be seen Union Station clock tower. Picture taken looking down hill.
1991.100.510 Photograph Photo of early Seattle taken from the water, rows of pilings in the foreground, scattered large buildings on the hillside. Pilings. Original University building in left center.
1991.100.511 Photograph Photo of 2nd and Washington St. with Lexington Hotel in Chin Gee Hee Block and Phoenix Hotel. Horse drawn wagons and people on the street. 122 Second Ave. Demolished for 2nd Ave Extension. Same as 1991.100.524
1991.100.512 Photograph 2 convertible top "touring" sedans at curb in front of the Milwaukee Hotel. Shops in the building can be identified, "Milwaukee Dye Works", Bow Wah Co.", Chong Hing & Co." Mr. Mizuki Cab Company cars.
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