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B & W Photo of a statue of a Buddha riding an elephant over waves. Situated on a mantlepiece in a western-style house in an Asian country. On reverse of photo: "A Buddha Idol" 1991.100.008
Six Asian children in a row, scantily clad. Behind is a fence, trees and western-style building. Rural setting. 1991.100.016
Conventional electric street car, #428. Asian characters on it also. 1991.100.318
5 young Asian-American men posing on tracks with trees behind them. 4 wearing caps and standing. Fifth is squatting down with his hat on the ground in front of him. All are on a hill. 1991.100.379
Three young Asian men posing on tracks with trees behind them, on a hill. 2 wear caps, one wears fedora. 1991.100.380
Group of 11 Asian men, some seated and some standing on rolled up material on a wooden pier or platform. 1991.100.381
Asian woman with 2 little girls. Wooden fence and building in background, peony bushes to left of woman. Oval shaped photo with simulated frame. 1991.100.382
Group of Caucasian and Asian people in 3 rowboats on a lake. One man stands on the shore holding a rope attached to the middle boat. People in boats on lake. "Man in center boat looks like George Tokuda" 1991.100.401
Asian lady wearing dark velvet (?) suit, light colored blouse seated in an "easy" chair with a light colored slip cover. A dog is resting his front paws on her lap. 1991.100.404
Smiling Asian-American baby propped on pillows wearing light colored shirt and diaper covers. Bare feet. 1991.100.411
Portrait photo of young Asian-American girl in western dress, white high topped shoes, sitting on an upholstered stool. Her hands are resting on the stool, on either side of her. 1991.100.412
5 young people, one is Chinese American From left, girl in sailor dress, Asian man in suit, man in WWI army uniform, girl in dark dress and young man in suit and sweater. Standing outside under big tree. 1991.100.413
Snapshot of Asian-American man in western suit standing alongside evergreen tree that arches above his head. A path and open land in the backgrd. on the right of photo. 1991.100.414
An Asian-American baby seated in a high chair. On reverse, " Andrew III, 6 months" 1991.100.415
Asian-American baby in wicker baby carriage, propped up on pillows, wearing frilly dress. 1991.100.416
Studio portrait of young Asian boy, holding a ball, sitting on a table with stool in foreground. 1991.100.470
Seven girls with picking baskets standing at the end of rows of bean plants. On reverse: " Young Asian picking beans." 1991.100.527
Black and white Photograph-double exposure snap- shot of two young Asian ladies standing/seated near shrubs. 1991.100.591
Black and white Photograph-Asian lady and small boy standing on a stone ledge or boulder in front of a small river, A few Fir trees on the other side of the bank. 1991.100.592
Studio type photo of an Asian man, head tilted slightly to right, wearing dark high buttoned suit, vest, stiff collar and grey necktie. 1991.100.639
Asian man seated in wooden rocking chair. He wears high shoes, striped trousers, white shirt, dark vest and glasses. His hands are in lap, right leg crossed over left. 1991.100.640
6 Asian girls standing in front of a flagpole. Fir trees in background. One girl holds large bouquet of flowers. 1991.100.641
Asian-American girl wearing overalls, brimmed hat with a rake over shoulder standing in vegetable garden. Behind her is a house and tree. 1991.100.643
Indoor photo of Asian boy dressed in white shirt and pants with band around his head, socks and slippers on feet. He sits on sofa with guitar on lap. Window to right, framed picture behind on wal 1991.100.644
Studio portrait of young Asian girl wearing coat and large hat, made into postcard form. 1991.100.649
2 young Asian boys dressed in dark high collared uniforms. 2 postcard forms of the 2 boys together and 2 pictures of the individuals. Asian characters.(?Japanese, ? Japenese military uniforms.) 1991.100.650
Oval shaped studio photo of young Asian man wearing suit with vest, watch chain, and made into postcard form. 1991.100.651
Asian village with body of water. In water are 3 water buffalo and tiny boat with a crowd of people. One man stands on the shore, to the left. 1991.100.655
Black and white studio portraits...Asian boy probably 3 or 4 years old wearing white bloomer outfit and high-button shoes with a chain and locket (?) around his neck. Sits on wicker chair. Son of his sister" 1991.100.656
Black and white studio portraits...seven Asian people (2 men, 3 women, 2 children) all in very decorative Asian clothing. Goon Dip and family. 1991.100.692
Black and white photo of group/class of Caucasian and Asian people of all ages performing some form of martial arts. On reverse, "Don Normark" (photographer), Seattle International District 1991.100.701
Black and white photo of young Asian man playing Lion Dance drums, gong, and symbol on sidewalk. Caucasian women and young girl looking on. On reverse, "Don Normark" (photographer) 1686 1/18 , Seattle International District 1991.100.703
Black and white photo of teen aged Asian American girls fishing for gold fish in a kiddie portable swimming pool. On reverse, "Don Normark" - photographer 1686 - 3/2 1991.100.704
Black and white photo of young Asian girl in straw hat. She is wearing light colored Swiss dot top. Seattle International District 1991.100.710
Black and white photo of young Asian girl performing a dance. She is wearing white lace top with gingham tie and head piece. Seattle International District 1991.100.711
Black and white photo of young Asian boy with no shirt and wearing a straw hat. Looks as if he has a dark colored sash at his waist, in some sort of costume. Seattle International District 1991.100.712
2 negatives on the same strip, same picture. S.E. Asian mother, daughter, son in a Safeway grocery store. 1991.100.916
Close up photo of exterior of a building. 2 windows on lower portio, to metal car walk, then sign in Asian Characters for an Association. 1991.100.926
Black and white photo of a row of hooks. Asian characters on a window in the background. 1991.100.935
Black and white negative of 2 Asian women picking strawberries. 1991.100.967
Large black and white negative of an Asian man standing, a young girl standing on a stool and a seated woman wearing a hat and holding a baby. Looks like a family portrait. 1991.100.969
Sepia toned photograph of teacher, Ruth Kaasa and her class of 12 boys in Walville, WA. Incl. one Asian-American boy. 1993.060.004
Black and White Photograph Bust length portrait of an Asian girl, 3/4 view. She wears a light colored button collar shirt, has short hair which is curled in the lower parts. 1995.009.031
Color Photograph… ➤ 1995.009.032
Black and White Photograph Portrait of Asian man, bust length, frontal view; wearing a dark suit jacket, dark tie, light shirt 1995.009.036
Black and White Photograph Portrait of Asian man, half length, frontal view; has a light mustache, wears a striped suit jacket and tie. 1995.009.037
Black and White Photograph Portrait of Asian man, bust length, frontal view; wears a dark suit jacket and shirt, no tie. 1995.009.038
Black and White Photograph Portrait of 3 Asian men; 2 seated men flank 1 standing youth. All wear light colored shirts. A curtain serves as the backdrop. 1995.009.040
Black and White Photograph Portrait of Asian man, bust length, 3/4 view; wearing a suit jacket, shirt and tie. 1995.009.041
Black and White Photograph Portrait of a middle-aged Asian man, bust length, frontal view; wearing a suit, shirt and narrow tie; 2 columns of Chinese writing on back of photograph 1995.009.042
Black and White Photograph Portrait of an Asian man with graying hair; bust length, frontal view; wearing a dark suit jacket, shirt and light tie; 1 column of Chinese writing on back of photograph 1995.009.043
Black and White Photograph… ➤ 1995.035
Woman dressed in long print dress holding a baby sitting in a metal folding chair. She is surrounded by small children. In background is a table with other adult women . Office environment. 1997.027.001
Black and white photo reproduction. "Mr. and Mrs. Kinomoto", H: 6.875", W: 8.5", … ➤ 1998.070.003
Black and white photo reproduction. "Kato and Kuose Family", H: 7.5", W: 6.25"… ➤ 1998.070.005
Black and white photograph of the staff at Canlis Restaurant. … ➤ 1999.020.010
Album of 35mm negatives and proof sheets black and white prints of the International District 1999.045.011
Black and white photograph of a group of Asian men standing in front of a large three story building. Two are in traditional clothing and four in western dress. 1999.060.075
Black and white photograph of a young Asian man in a white jacket. The photo is mounted on cardboard with a floral design 1999.060.078
Black and white photograph of two young Asian males in a photo studio seated at a table. 1999.060.210
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Abe standing in front of a garage with an American flag above him. 1999.086.001
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Aguon standing while holding an American flag. There is also a second photo of Aguon in front of a brick wall holding an American flag. 1999.086.002
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Angeles sitting on a porch next to a flower pot with a small American flag stuck in it. He is holding a walking stick and is sitting next to a ceramic lion. 1999.086.003
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Chan sitting along an outdoor stairway, next to s stone lion. 1999.086.004
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Chin sitting on a low stool in a living room. 1999.086.005
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Chin standing on a porch with a dog, with a tree branch above him in the foreground. 1999.086.006
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Chin sitting at a table holding a photo album open to show two photographs within. 1999.086.007
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Chinn kneeling on one knee in front of a large outdoor mural. 1999.086.008
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Coalson in a yard in front of a house, with her hands folded in front of her. 1999.086.009
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of del Rosario standing with arms folded, wearing a WWII veteran's cap. 1999.086.010
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Detera standing next to a tree, his arm hooked over a branch and his hands folded. 1999.086.011
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Higashi kneeling on one knee in front of the Vietnam war memorial. 1999.086.012
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Hosoda kneeling on one knee in a park next to a small stone sculpture. 1999.086.013
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Kamikawa standing behind a large flower wreath. 1999.086.014
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of kanaya kneeling on one knee in front of a large fern, holding a framed display of medals. 1999.086.015
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Kay standing outside in uniform holding a legal pad of paper. There are tree branches in the background. 1999.086.016
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Kim holding up a page of a newspaper that has his face pictured on it. He is wearing a baseball cap and is indoors. 1999.086.017
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Koyama in uniform standing at attention next to a tree. 1999.086.018
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Nishimura standing outside in front of a house, his hands in his coat pockets. He is standing in a bed of flowers. 1999.086.019
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Letrondo in a U.S.S Arizona cap and with medals on his shirt. 1999.086.020
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Lew standing with hands in his pockets in front of a Chinese-American veterans' war memorial stone wall. 1999.086.021
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Locke sitting in a plaid shirt holding a large framed photograph of himself in uniform next to him. 1999.086.022
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Luna in a suit and tie standing in front of the Vietnam War veterans' memorial wall with his hands behind his back. 1999.086.023
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Luna sitting on a couch holding up a picture of himself in uniform. 1999.086.024
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Mar standing in a room with a framed document on the wall, a plaque on the wall and two flags on a table next to him. 1999.086.025
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Matsuda sitting at a table with a photo album opened to show two photos of himself. 1999.086.026
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Matsuda standing in front of a tree in a t-shirt, with his arms folded in front of him. 1999.086.027
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Muromoto sitting on a couch in a plaid shirt with bookshelves in the background. 1999.086.028
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Muromoto leaning against the back of a vintage Ford truck. 1999.086.029
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Naito standing in front of a exterior wall with horizontal lines behind him. 1999.086.030
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Oita standing in front of the Vietnam War veterans' memorial wall with his left arm raised in front of him, in motion. 1999.086.031
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Oligario standing in a flowered shirt in front of a wall. 1999.086.032
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Ovena sitting in front of a "Koffee Pot" sign, with white lights in the upper left hand corner of the photo. 1999.086.033
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Polinton kneeling on one knee on a sidewalk with a tree trunk in the background. 1999.086.034
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Ramirez in a suit and tie standing in front of the back of a Dodge truck. 1999.086.035
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Sato standing in front of a large mounted American flag. 1999.086.036
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Sibonga with a hat on leaning on a metal sculpture of some kind. 1999.086.037
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Silvestre standing on a flight of stairs with a white banister, wearing a Tommy Hilfiger sweatshirt. 1999.086.038
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Sua leaning against a tree trunk in an Old navy sweatshirt. 1999.086.039
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Tokita in a suit and tie squatting on the grass. 1999.086.040
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Toy sitting at a table, his hands folded on it, with a framed photo of himself in uniform sitting on the table next to him. 1999.086.041
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Fe Trias standing outside in a coat in front of the veterans memorial. 1999.086.042
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Stan Tsujikawa kneeling outside in front of a tree. 1999.086.043
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Jose Velasquez wearing Airborn Ranger sports shirt standing inside a house. 1999.086.044
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Milton Wan standing in front of the dragon mural in Hing Hay Park. 1999.086.045
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of Harvey Watanabe standing in the street in front of his home. 1999.086.046
Black and white photograph, contact sheet and negatives of Lawrence Wong standing behind the bannister in front of the Chong Wa Benevolent Association building. 1999.086.047
Black and white photograph contact sheet and negatives of David Woo seated, holding a photo of his younger self in Army training during WW II. 1999.086.48
Black and white photograph of Nori Makino and co-workers, two Asian women and two Caucasian men, standing on Seattle street. 1999.098.187
Black and white photograph of Nori Makino and co-workers, two Asian women and two Caucasian men, standing on Seattle street. 1999.098.188
Mai hang standing in front of apartment door. 2000.014.001
Black and white photograph of a girl's basketball game in the Asian American community. 2000.015.096
Black and white photograph of three protesters of the new Kingdome stadium. 2000.015.162
Black and white photograph of Kingdome protesters in front of the Victory Recreation Club. One protester holds a sign which reads "You get Home Run, We get Housing" 2000.015.163
Black and white photograph of Kingdome protesters marching in downtown Seattle. 2000.015.164
Color photograph of Kingdome protest the Kingdome and demands city mitigation in housing and services. 2000.015.165
Black and white photograph of Asian American Kingdome protesters. One carries a sign reading: "Housing Now!" 2000.015.166
Black and white photograph of a group of Asian American demonstraters assembling in Pioneer Square to protest the Kingdome near the Chinatown/International District. One sign reads: "Don't Let the Stadium Steal Homes" another: "preserve the… ➤ 2000.015.167
Black and white photograph of a meeting of Asian American activists and city officials. A sign in the back reads: "Don't Let the Dome Doom Chinatown" 2000.015.168
Black and white photograph of a Kingdome protest. One sign reads "housing for Chinatown Elderly" another, "Housing Now" 2000.015.169
Color photograph of Asian American kingdome protesters near the Kingdome. 2000.015.170
Black and white photograph of Asian American demonstraters confronting the ground breaking ceremony of the Kingdome. 2000.015.172
Color photograph of Kingdome protest going over a bridge. Signs read: "Lied" "Save the ID" "Woe to Our Asian Elderly" 2000.015.173
Black and white photograph of the Mihara clan of multiple races and generations in front of the Wing Luke Asian Museum 2000.015.175
Black and white photograph of a group of demonstrators at Seattle Central Community college marching along the sidewalk. A man in fornt carries a bullhorn. They are protesting the lack of Asians in the community college administration. 2000.015.188
Black and white photograph of demonstrators with picket signs march in front of Seattle Central Community college office. One sign reads "AASC & OSU Demand Asian Administrators" and another: "Hire Asians Now" 2000.015.189
Black and white photograph demonstrators with picket signs stand in front of Seattle Community College. 2000.015.190
Black and white photograph of demonstrators marching in front of the Seattle Community College administration offices. 2000.015.191
Color 35 mm negatives of the installation of EO 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years after. 2000.015.307
Black and white photograph of the interior of the Wing Luke Asian Museum at 407 7th Ave. S. Celebrating the funding for the new museum. 2000.123.016
Black and white print… ➤ 2002.053.032.002
In 1972, the Korean Women's Assocaition was establised in Tacoma to provide mutual support to Korean women married to Americans. The organization offers Englih as a Second Language programs and other services for Asian Pacific Americans in Pierce… ➤ 2003.200.012
Before arriving in America, the Southeast Asian Refugees stayed in resettlemet camps to learn English and prepare for survival in te new land. Pictured are Laotian refugees in Nong Kay camp in Thailand in 1981. From left: Mrs. Korakahn Phoulaiat,… ➤ 2003.200.018
The Chinese Information and Service Center in Seattle offers bilingual activities to supprt Asian youth, most of whom are ethnic Chinese from different parts of Asia. Here, the Center sponsors its 1992 annual Summer picnic for the youth and their… ➤ 2003.200.023
Asian farmers, especially the Japanese and Filipino, have sold their produce and goods at Seattle's Pike Place Market since 1912. Pictured in the late 1980s is a stall operated by a Filipino Ameican family, the Primeros, who grew flowers and produce… ➤ 2003.200.029
Racist stereotypes have been perpetuated by white actors and actresses who donned "yellow face" to portray Asian characters. 2003.200.076
Filipino American basketball team. … ➤ 2003.200.109
Ron Chew, Executive Director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum with Co-Board Presidents Helen Kay and Gloria Wakayama with Hilary Clinton receiving the IMS National Award for museum service in 1995. 2003.300.021
3 - black and white prints of the unveiling of Isamu Noguchi's Black Sun sculpture at the Seattle Art Museum (Now Seattle Asian Art Museum). … ➤ 2004.018.004
Black and white image of three men and two Johnson outboard motors in store. Man on left is owner of tackle store; man in center is Caucasian, wearing business suit, man on right is Asian, wearing mechanic's overalls with "Dale" embroidered on… ➤ 2005.068.237
Black and white photograph, five Asian American women and one Asian American man, pictured working around a typewriter and documents. Photo is labeled by a red stamp on back as "Photograph by the Seattle Times," and lists copyright restrictions. … ➤ 2005.126.003
2 - Black and White studio Wedding photographs. … ➤ 2006.041.001
2007.036.137
Couple playing musical instruments Written on negative. "Hattori" 2007.036.140
Family portrait 2007.036.148
Bridal portrait 2007.036.149
Family portrait Written on negative, "Miyatti" 2007.036.150
Yoshiko Funai Akamatsu's wedding portrait, Sept. 1933. Yoshiko was born on Bainbridge Island in 1910, and was raised by her grandparents in Japan. She returned to Seattle in 1928, and worked in her parents' sushi shop while attending Garfield High… ➤ 2007.036.151
Family portrait Written on negative, "Asakawa" 2007.036.152
Wedding portrait - bride and groom Written on negative, "Tsuchida" 2007.036.153
Porttrait of a young woman 2007.036.154
Bridal portrait 2007.036.155
Family portrait Written on negative, "Tunomiya"? 2007.036.156
From left: Tomi (Koba) Yamauchi; Hisa (Kawaguchi) Miyasaki ; Nobu (Sugita) Arai; Hana (Arai) Okada. See 133, 134. Web Exhibition: #144 2007.036.157
Portrait of a man 2007.036.160
Bridal portrait 2007.036.161
Bridal portrait 2007.036.166
Bridal portrait 2007.036.168
Baby portrait 2007.036.169
Wedding portrait - bride and groom 2007.036.171
Portrait of a young man Written on negative, "Kaudua" 2007.036.179
Porcelain Cast Photo, Headshot. 2008.002.090.001
Porcelain Cast Photos, Headshot of Conor Duffy. 2008.002.090.002
Porcelain Cast Photos, Headshot of Brandon Whitehead. 2008.002.090.003
Porcelain Cast Photos, Headshot of Gavin Cummins. 2008.002.090.004
Porcelain Cast Photo. A man sits surrounded by paper cranes. 2008.002.090.005
Kipp Shiotani, Tuan Tran, and Eric Michael Zee in Exit the Dragon. 2008.002.090.006
Eric Michael Zee, Tuan Tran, and Kipp Shiotani in Exit the Dragon. 2008.002.090.007
Headshot of Jimmy Taenaka. 2008.002.090.008
Eric Michael Zee, Tuan Tran, and Kipp Shiotani in Exit the Dragon. 2008.002.090.009
Headshot of Eddie Mui. 2008.002.090.010
Full Body Shot of Eddie Mui. 2008.002.090.011
Headshot of Eddie Mui 2008.002.090.012
Headshot of Eric Michael Zee 2008.002.090.013
Headshot of Eric Michael Zee. 2008.002.090.014
Headshot of Peter Shinkoda. 2008.002.090.015
Headshot of Peter Shinkoda. 2008.002.090.016
Headshot of Kipp Shiotani. 2008.002.090.017
Headshot of Kipp Shiotani. 2008.002.090.018
Kathy Hsieh and Tracey Fugami in "And the Soul Shall Dance". 2008.002.090.019
Headshot of Ming-Na Wen. Two prints. 2008.002.090.020
Headshot of Tuan Tran. Two prints. "#1" is written on the back of one print. 2008.002.090.021
Five Arts - Kuala Lumpur. Group sitting on train tracks. 2008.002.090.022
Five Arts - Kuala Lumpur. 2008.002.090.023
Five Arts - Kuala Lumpur. The group is posing on a fence. 2008.002.090.024
Woman with newspaper and man with cards. 2008.002.090.025
People behind bars. 2008.002.090.026
Four actors in costume. On the back, on an attachment: "P. 97 - AAT-3. "1991%" (199?) - AAT-3. #123110". In the upper left corner: "2028 3-4. 8R". 2008.002.090.027
Index Photo, Porcelain. 2008.002.090.028
Porcelain, three actors. The actor dressed in white is surrounded by paper cranes. 2008.002.090.029
Porcelain, Three actors. The two actors dressed in black sit on stools and are well lit. 2008.002.090.030
Porcelain, Five actors. Four actors are dressed in black. The actor dressed in white is in the center. 2008.002.090.031
Porcelain, Two actors. 2008.002.090.032
Porcelain, Man surrounded by paper cranes. 2008.002.090.033
Porcelain, Two actors. Man dressed in white is standing. 2008.002.090.034
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.035
Porcelain, Man surrounded by paper cranes. 2008.002.090.036
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.037
Porcelain, Man surrounded by paper cranes. 2008.002.090.038
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.039
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.040
Porcelain, Five actors. 2008.002.090.041
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.042
Porcelain, Five actors. 2008.002.090.043
Porcelain, Three actors. 2008.002.090.044
Porcelain, Five actors from a distance. The photo is out of focus. 2008.002.090.045
Porcelain, Man folding paper cranes. 2008.002.090.046
Porcelain, Five actors from a distance. 2008.002.090.047
Porcelain, Five actors from a distance. 2008.002.090.048
Porcelain, Three actors. The actor dressed in white is standing. 2008.002.090.049
Porcelain, Two actors. 2008.002.090.050
Porcelain, Five actors. 2008.002.090.051
Dream of Kitamura Cast Photo. 2008.002.090.052
Tom Choi and Kim Evey in Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Tom Choi and Kim Evey. Photo caption attached to back of photograph. 2008.002.090.053
Ken Chin, Kimber Lee, Kim Evey, Deirdre dela Cruz, Naoki Mimuro in The Dream of Kitamura. Front row, left to right: Ken Chin, Kimber Lee, Kim Evey Back row, left to right: Deirdre dela Cruz, Naoki Mimuro 2008.002.090.054
The Dream of Kitamura Cast Photo. 2008.002.090.055
Dylan Okimoto and Ken Chin in "F.O.B." Left to right: Dylan Okimoto and Ken Chin 2008.002.090.056
Kim Evey and Tom Choi in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Kim Evey and Tom Choi 2008.002.090.057
Kim Evey and Kimber Lee in The Dream of Kitamura. Two prints, different cropping. Left to right: Kim Evey and Kimber Lee 2008.002.090.058
Kim Evey and Kimber Lee in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Kim Evey and Kimber Lee 2008.002.090.059
Tom Choi, Stan Asis and Kim Evey in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Tom Choi, Stan Asis and Kim Evey 2008.002.090.060
Tom Choi, Stan Asis and Kim Evey in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Tom Choi, Stan Asis and Kim Evey 2008.002.090.061
Two actors in costume with candles in The Dream of Kitamura. 2008.002.090.062
Man smoking a cigarette. A poster in the background says "Yankee Dang You Die." "Credit: Hideo Yoshida" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.063
Kim Evey and Tom Choi in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Kim Evey and Tom Choi 2008.002.090.064
Man standing at a counter with his arms crossed. "Photo credit: Hideo Yoshida" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.065
Tom Choi and Kim Evey in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Tom Choi and Kim Evey 2008.002.090.066
Tom Choi and Kim Evey in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Tom Choi and Kim Evey 2008.002.090.067
Kim Evey and Tom Choi in The Dream of Kitamura. Left to right: Kim Evey and Tom Choi 2008.002.090.068
The Dream of Kitamura Photo Index, Sheet A. Two copies, adjusted exposure. 2008.002.090.069
The Dream of Kitamura Photo Index. 2008.002.090.070
Monkey King Photo Index Sheet A. 2008.002.090.071
Monkey King Photo Index Sheet B. 2008.002.090.072
Monkey King Photo Index Sheet C. 2008.002.090.073
Monkey King Photo Index Sheet D. 2008.002.090.074
Monkey King, Man holding cup. 2008.002.090.075
Monkey King, Man holding a bottle. 2008.002.090.076
Monkey King, Man drinking from a cup. 2008.002.090.077
Monkey King Photo Index Sheet D. 2008.002.090.078
Monkey King, Color Photo Index. "0425 Smith 107-1C" is labeled on the left side. 2008.002.090.079
Monkey King, Color Photo Index. "0425 Smith 107-2C" is labeled on the left side. 2008.002.090.080
Photo Index of 12 Photos. "031833.4" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.081
Joanne Klein and Mark Pudgett in The January Book. Written on the back: "Photo by: Walt Henrickson - Joanne Klein (Francesca) - Mark Pudgett (Harry) - The January Book - Theatre Off Jackson" 2008.002.090.082
Cold Tofu Cast Photo. 2008.002.090.083
Photo Index. 2008.002.090.084
Man in mixed samurai/baseball uniform. Written in the back bottom right corner: "Use for Flyer 56%". 2008.002.090.085
Shirley Oliver, Mika Burns and Kathy Hsieh in Hiro. Left to right: Shirley Oliver, Mika Burns, and Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.086
Hiro Cast Photo. 2008.002.090.087
Carlton Pleasant and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Left to right: Carlton Pleasant and Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.088
Kathy Hsieh and Carlton Pleasant in Hiro. Left to right: Kathy Hsieh and Carlton Pleasant 2008.002.090.089
Headshot of Denise Uyehara. 2008.002.090.090
Mika Burns, Kathy Hsieh, Carlton Pleasant and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Accompanied by a business card. Clockwise from top left: Mika Burns, Kathy Hsieh, Carlton Pleasant and Shirley Oliver. 2008.002.090.091
Theatre of the Open Eye, The Dream of Kitamura. 2008.002.090.092
Theater of the Open Eye, The Dream of Kitamura. 2008.002.090.093
Lisa Koch in "Pretty Girls, Not Too Bright". 2008.002.090.094
Dos Fallopia as "The Spudds." Left to right: Peggy Platt and Lisa Koch 2008.002.090.095
Dos Fallopia in "Martina! The Musical". Left to right: Peggy Platt and Lisa Koch 2008.002.090.096
Gamelan Sekar Jaya performs music and dance of Bali. 2008.002.090.097
Ni Made Wiratini and I Ketut Partha, Guest Artists with Gamelan Sekar Jaya. 2008.002.090.098
I Ketut Kodi, Guest Dance Director of Gamelan Sekar Jaya, as Rahwana, in the Ramayana dance drama. 2008.002.090.099
Kulintang Arts. 2008.002.090.100
Kulintang Arts. 2008.002.090.101
Kulintang Arts. 2008.002.090.102
Dance Photographs, set of 4. 2008.002.090.103
Headshot of Asha Hanada Rogers 2008.002.090.104
Full Body Shot of Asha Hanada Rogers. 2008.002.090.105
Two actors in F.O.B. Jill Chan; Chris Wong 2008.002.090.106
Three actors in F.O.B. The two men are shaking hands. Greg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wong 2008.002.090.107
Three actors eating in F.O.B. Greg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wong 2008.002.090.108
Man with a flower.… ➤ 2008.002.090.109
Shirtless man in motion. 2008.002.090.110
Two men against a white background. 2008.002.090.111
A man and a woman against a white background. 2008.002.090.112
A man and a woman perform on stage. 2008.002.090.113
Woman performing on stage. 2008.002.090.114
A woman and a man perform on stage. 2008.002.090.115
Woman with a parasol. "Please trim waist" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.116
Two men performing on stage. 2008.002.090.117
Woman sticking out her tongue with a man behind her. 2008.002.090.118
Man with a folded parasol behind his back. 2008.002.090.119
Man meditating on stage. 2008.002.090.120
Man with a cloth. 2008.002.090.121
Cherrone Wong jumping over flowers. 2008.002.090.122
Cherrone Wong high kicking behind flowers. 2008.002.090.123
Deems Tsutakawa, jazz pianist, at WinterFest '97. Two copies of different sizes. 2008.002.090.124
Jin Hi Kim, composer / Korean komungo. 2008.002.090.125
Filipiniana Dance Co. Written on the back: "Please return: Filipiniana 562 N. 166 St. Seattle 98133. Pictured: Filipiniana Dance Co." This is in addition to an address label for NWAAT. 2008.002.090.126
Seattle Kokon Taiko, ARTQUAKE!, Portland, OR, August 1994. Left to right: James Hattori, Meiko Blosser, Sheri Nakashima, Harriet Kashiwada, Martin Louie 2008.002.090.127
Seattle Kokon Taiko. Left to right: Harriet Kashiwada, John Akita, James Hattori 2008.002.090.128
Seattle Kokon Taiko. 2008.002.090.129
Seattle Kokon Taiko. 2008.002.090.130
Korean Morning Star Dancers, September 20, 1995. Promotional photograph for the Korean Morning Star Dancers' performance at the Wing Luke Asian Museum, Saturday, March 7, 1998.… ➤ 2008.002.090.131
Seattle Kokon Taiko at the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Promotional image for a March 8, 1998 performance. 2008.002.090.132
Aiko Shimada, Winterfest '97. 2008.002.090.133
Woman in a hat sitting in front of a door. 2008.002.090.134
Jin Hi Kim, composer / Korean komungo. She is on a beach. Two copies, one is cropped. 2008.002.090.135
Woman with a guitar. 2008.002.090.136
Man in a hotspring. 2008.002.090.137
Woman performing in a park. 2008.002.090.138
Two women, one is mixing tea. Most likely from A.C. Petersen's "Chado." 2008.002.090.139
A.C. Petersen in "Chado", part of WinterFest '94. Two copies, different sizes. 2008.002.090.140
Denise Uyehara in "Headless Turtleneck Relatives". 2008.002.090.141
A. C. Petersen's "Chado," Winterfest '94. Two copies. From left to right: Tracey Fugami, Ronly Blau, Melissa Kerber, Fumi Murakami 2008.002.090.142
Denise Uyehara in "Headless Turtleneck Relatives", Winterfest '95. 2008.002.090.143
Nobuko Miyamoto in "A Grain of Sand", Winterfest '95. Two images side by side. 2008.002.090.144
The Young Composers Collective, Winterfest '95. 2008.002.090.145
A. C. Petersen's "Chado", Winterfest '95. From left to right: Fumi Murakami, Tracey Fugami, Melissa Kerber, Ronly Blau 2008.002.090.146
Michele Kelly and Tiffany Sait in "Sleeping with Beasts", Winterfest '94. An attached stickynote read: "Reduce to 2 7/8" high, 85 line screen 31%" 2008.002.090.147
The G.A.P. in "The Hurt of One" and "The Honor of One", Winterfest '94. Left to right: Carrie Gibson, Eloisa Cardona, Meg Tapucol, and Eric Jensen 2008.002.090.148
The G.A.P. in "The Hurt of One" and "The Honor of One", Winterfest '94. Left to right: Eric Jensen, Eloisa Cardona, and Carrie Gibson 2008.002.090.149
The G.A.P. in "The Hurt of One" and "The Honor of One", Winterfest '94. Left to right: Carrie Gibson, Eloisa Cardona, Meg Tapucol, and Eric Jensen 2008.002.090.150
Actress in "Amy Hill Reunion". Two copies. She holds a clock. Written on the back of the second copy: "Amy Hill in 'Mrs. Hill & Mudd'" 2008.002.090.151
Woman folding a cloth. Another individual is in the background with their back turned. Most likely from A. C. Petersen's "Chado." 2008.002.090.152
Headshot of a woman. 2008.002.090.153
Photo Index Sheet for Winterfest '94. An attached note reads: "Hypnotica: #5 8 x 10, #12 8 x 10 (10 quantity) $32.50. Have Ken order." Written on the back: "931208.01 NWAAT". 2008.002.090.154
"Love Sutras," 1988. Originally found in Box 31, Folder 39. 2008.002.090.155
Peggy Cheng, "Dancefest". Written on a sticky note: "Dancefest. Pictured: Peggy Cheng. Photo: Rick Wong (c). 409 7th Ave. S 98104" 2008.002.090.156
Bob Santos in "Uncle Bob's Neighborhood," Winterfest '94. 2008.002.090.157
Wild Flower (Indoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographed by Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.158
Wild Flower (Indoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.159
Wild Flower (Indoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographer: Loke Soh Kim. "Title: Wild Flower" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.160
Wild Flower (Indoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.161
Wild Flower (Indoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.162
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Winterfest '97. Choreographer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.163
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. The dancer is Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.164
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. 2008.002.090.165
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.166
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.167
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.168
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.169
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. 2008.002.090.170
Wild Flower (Outdoor), Penang Dance Station, Winterfest '97. Dancer: Loke Soh Kim. "Title: Wild Flower" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.171
Man with his arms crossed. Three copies, different colors.… ➤ 2008.002.090.172
Pork Filled Players, 1998. Members include: Cyndie Mastel, Roger Tang, David Kobayashi, Tom Bao Pierce, Ellen Williams, and Wally Glenn. 2008.002.090.173
The Pork Filled Players at work: Making Bacon, Winterfest '98. The group includes: Cyndie Mastel, Roger Tang, David Kobayashi, Tom Bao Pierce, Ellen Williams, and Wally Glenn. 2008.002.090.174
Africa-Senegal, Three women. 2008.002.090.175
Loke Soh Kim and Arnaldo Inocentes in "HOME: Places between Asia and America". Left to right: Loke Soh Kim and Arnaldo Inocentes 2008.002.090.176
Nancy Calos-Nakano, "The Movement of Live: A Storyteller's Gift", Winterfest '98. Left to right: Shigeko Calos-Nakano, Nancy Calos-Nakano, and Ciana Calos-Nakano. 2008.002.090.177
Nancy Calos-Nakano, "The Movement of Life: A Storyteller's Gift", Winterfest '98. Left to right: Shigeko Calos-Nakano, Ciana Calos-Nakano, and Nancy Calos-Nakano. 2008.002.090.178
The cast of "HOME: Places between Asia and America".… ➤ 2008.002.090.179
Group photo. Eleven people. 2008.002.090.180
Headshot and Resume of Colleen Parker. 2008.002.090.181
Headshot of Nancy Calos-Nakano. 2008.002.090.182
Tara Wong and Jennifer Nourse in "Dreamweaver" by Gary Iwamoto. "Arts Focus" is written on the back in the upper left corner, above the photo and actor credits. 2008.002.090.183
A man with his hand on a woman's shoulder. The woman's shirt says "Hollywood." 2008.002.090.184
Cast of "Twinkle," June 1991. Left to right: Meg Tapulco, Barbara Dunshee, Maydene Pang, Shelley Wenk, Thomas Arthur Grant, Audrey Fan, Greggory Mitchell, Jonathan Park, Lisa Pan, Mark Mains. 2008.002.090.185
Headshot of Robert Ito. 2008.002.090.186
Three women leaning back. 2008.002.090.187
Four teenagers in front of lockers, "Please Choose One". 2008.002.090.188
Two men and a woman at a cafeteria table. 2008.002.090.189
Unidentified heashot of a woman. 2008.002.090.190
Ivan Dinh and Christine Day in "Fifth of July" by Lanford Wilson. 2008.002.090.191
Man sitting and gesturing. "Foto: Bob Hsiang (c) 1990" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.192
Woman seated at a table with a box labeled "Do Not Open". 2008.002.090.193
Two men in "The Dance and the Railroad". 2008.002.090.194
Two men, one standing and one sitting. 2008.002.090.195
Ivan Dinh and Anton del Rosario in "Fifth of July" by Lanford Wilson. They are looking in a pot. 2008.002.090.196
"Please Choose One". Left to right: Naima Wong, Shu Hung, La Donna cole, Rukiya Reed, Joe Kurtz, and Matt Rapport. "30% ENG." is written on the back. 2008.002.090.197
Two men at a party, 1/18/1985. "photo: John Stramets 1-18-85" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.198
Man speaking on stage. 2008.002.090.199
Man climbing over a fence. 2008.002.090.200
Actors behind a fence, West Side Story. Back label: "NW Asian American Theatre - West Side Story Jan.28-Feb.21 - Photo by John Pai". 2008.002.090.201
Katie Tupper debuts as Maria, West Side Story. Label on the back: "West Side Story - Photo by John Pai - Katie Tupper debuts as Maria". 2008.002.090.202
Boy and a girl holding hands, likely West Side Story. 2008.002.090.203
Actors dancing, West Side Story. Label on the back: "NW Asian American Theatre - West Side Story Jan.28-Feb.21 - Photo by John Pai". 2008.002.090.204
Actress in Rancho Grande, 1999. She is in a red cowgirl outfit. 2008.002.090.205
Woman looking upset. The photo is mounted on a black board. 2008.002.090.206
Headshot of a woman. The photo is mounted on a white board. 2008.002.090.207
Man sitting on a stool with his legs crossed. 2008.002.090.208
Man with dolls. 2008.002.090.209
Man sitting in an empty theater. The left side of the photograph has a vertical line scored into the print. 2008.002.090.210
Woman sitting on the ground with a script. Three lines scored into the print frame her face. 2008.002.090.211
Four people gathered on stage. Three are sitting, while the fourth is standing. Two of the people have paper and pencils. 2008.002.090.212
Women practicing dance. They hold objects that appear to be fans. 2008.002.090.213
Three women sitting on the ground with fans unfurled. 2008.002.090.214
People spread throughout a theater. 2008.002.090.215
People sit and stand on stage while three others watch. 2008.002.090.216
Man regards someone holding a tall prop. 2008.002.090.217
Woman holds a tall, looped prop. 2008.002.090.218
Person drinks tea in a restaurant. 2008.002.090.219
Woman blows into a tall prop while others look on. 2008.002.090.220
Two people sitting in chairs. One person has a notepad and pencil. 2008.002.090.221
Man sitting at a table. 2008.002.090.222
Man in a tuxedo at a microphone. 2008.002.090.223
Two men performing on brass instruments. One is playing the trumpet, the other has a saxophone. 2008.002.090.224
Two men performing on brass instruments. One is playing the saxophone, the other has a trumpet. 2008.002.090.225
Woman standing at microphone, clapping. 2008.002.090.226
Man singing into a microphone. He is wearing a red sweater emblazoned with a "W". 2008.002.090.227
Woman performing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.228
Woman reading into a microphone. A man in a tuxedo is standing off to the side. 2008.002.090.229
Woman with two fans. 2008.002.090.230
Woman performing with two fans. 2008.002.090.231
Three people dancing in sweatshirts. 2008.002.090.232
Two people dancing in sweatshirts. 2008.002.090.233
Man dancing in a sweatshirt. A logo on the sweatshirt says "MBC". 2008.002.090.234
Three men performing. The man on the far left wears a leather jacket, while the other two are dressed in white shirts, jeans, and sunglasses. 2008.002.090.235
Woman in a daisy print dress performs at a microphone. 2008.002.090.236
Woman in a daisy print dress performs at a microphone. 2008.002.090.237
Woman in a daisy print dress performs at a microphone. She is holding the microphone in both hands. 2008.002.090.238
Three men performing into a microphone. One is wearing a leather jacket and the other two are wearing white shirts and sunglasses. 2008.002.090.239
Three men singing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.240
Three men performing into two microphones. 2008.002.090.241
Three men performing, hands outstretched to the audience. 2008.002.090.242
Man performing with a long pole, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.243
Man wagging his finger, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.244
Man performing, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.245
Man performing with an electric guitar. 2008.002.090.246
Man performing with an electric guitar. 2008.002.090.247
Man performing with an electric guitar. 2008.002.090.248
Man lying on the ground, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.249
Four people seated around a low table, a fifth person speaks into a microphone. 2008.002.090.250
Three men gathered around a low table, two are moving to shake hands. 2008.002.090.251
Two men seated around a low table. 2008.002.090.252
Four people seated around a low table. A woman stands off to the side with a microphone. 2008.002.090.253
Four people seated around a low table. 2008.002.090.254
Two men, seated and talking. 2008.002.090.255
A man and a woman seated. 2008.002.090.256
Four people seated around a low table. 2008.002.090.257
Man in a suit gesturing. The image is very blurry. 2008.002.090.258
Four people seated around a table, speaking to a man in a suit. 2008.002.090.259
Four people seated around a table, speaking to a man in a suit. 2008.002.090.260
Four people seated around a table, speaking to a man in a suit. 2008.002.090.261
Three women eating popcorn. 2008.002.090.262
Man in a tuxedo speaking into a microphone. A woman stands off to the side. 2008.002.090.263
Woman speaking into a microphone with other performers behind her. 2008.002.090.264
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.265
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.266
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.267
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.268
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.269
Two young girls perform as two adults play music behind them. 2008.002.090.270
Woman performing with two fans. 2008.002.090.271
Woman singing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.272
Woman singing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.273
Man performing with a long pole, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.274
Woman speaking into a microphone, a man in a tuxedo stands off to the side. 2008.002.090.275
Four people seated around a table. 2008.002.090.276
Woman speaking into a microphone. She is wearing a black and white polka dot blouse. 2008.002.090.277
Woman speaking into a microphone. She is wearing a black and white polka dot blouse. 2008.002.090.278
Woman speaking into a microphone. She is wearing a black and white polka dot blouse. 2008.002.090.279
Woman in a daisy print dress performing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.280
Woman in a daisy print dress performing into a microphone. 2008.002.090.281
Three people dancing in sweatshirts. The logo on their shirts says "MBC". 2008.002.090.282
Three people dancing in sweatshirts. The man is out in front. 2008.002.090.283
Four men singing into a microphone. Three of them are wearing sunglasses. 2008.002.090.284
Man sitting on the ground, possibly a scene from Monkey King. 2008.002.090.285
Four men singing into a microphone. Part of the audience can be seen. 2008.002.090.286
Headshot of man with his mouth open. 2008.002.090.287
Man in a tuxedo speaking to a woman. The man is holding a microphone. 2008.002.090.288
Four people seated around a table, a woman stands next to them with a microphone. 2008.002.090.289
Person sitting in a theater seat. 2008.002.090.290
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Left to right: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.291
Kathy Hsieh, Shirley Oliver, and Mika Burns in Hiro. Left to right: Kathy Hsieh, Shirley Oliver, Mika Burns 2008.002.090.292
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Left to right: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.293
Mika Burns and Carlton Pleasant in Hiro. 2008.002.090.294
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Left to right: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.295
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Left to right: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.296
Hiro Cast Photo. 2008.002.090.297
Two actors sitting on a fence in Hiro. 2008.002.090.298
Hiro Photo Index Sheet. 2008.002.090.299
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. Top to bottom: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.300
Kathy Hsieh, Mika Burns, Carlton Pleasant, and Shirley Oliver in Hiro. 2008.002.090.301
Woman lying on a platform. 2008.002.090.302
Three actors in F.O.B. Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wong 2008.002.090.303
Protesters outside a cinema. Two signs are visible; one reads "Disney Productions puts profits before people," another reads "this movie is rated R racist". The photo is mounted on sturdy board. "2" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.304
The Marginal Man, 1973.… ➤ 2008.002.090.305
Man in a banquet hall. 2008.002.090.306
Four actors in Flower and Other Household Gods. Written on the back: "10/84 To Bea - From [illegible]", "Flowers + Household Gods". Bea Kiyohara is on the left. 2008.002.090.307
Cast Photo, Nisei Bar & Grill, 1976. 2008.002.090.308
Ken Mochizuki and Darrell Mamallo in Freddie the Pigeon. A sticky note on the back read: "Freddie the Pigeon, 8, 1974". 2008.002.090.309
Hehny Tonel and Yolly Ingon in Philippine Legends, Folklore & American Impressions, 1974. 2008.002.090.310
Marilyn Tokuda, 1973. 2008.002.090.311
Two women dressed in black. 2008.002.090.312
Breaking the Silence, 1985. 2008.002.090.313
Flowers, 1984. A sticky note on the back read: 15, FOB (?) [crossed out], Flowers 1984". "78%" is stamped on the back. 2008.002.090.314
Chris Wong and Imelda Daranciang in "Yellow Fever", 1984. 2008.002.090.315
Chris Wong and Ken Mochizuki in "Yellow Fever", 1984. Written on the back: "Yellow Fever by Rick Shiomi - Pictured Left - Right: Chris Wong & Ken Mochizuki - 5/84" 2008.002.090.316
Bea Kiyohara, Betsy Chin, and Sharon Miyabe in "One, Two Cups", 1979. A sticky note on the back read: "One, two cups 1979 - 10" 2008.002.090.317
"Honey Bucket", 1976. Two photos, front and back.… ➤ 2008.002.090.318
Ken Katsumoto, Lisa Pan, and Al Chang in "Miss Minidoka 1943", 1987. 2008.002.090.319
Bea Kiyohara and Bob Lee in "Gambling Den", 1987. 2008.002.090.320
Maia L. Lowe, Michael H. Su, Jennifer Nourse, and Tara Wong in "Dreamweaver", 1991. Left to right: Maia L. Lowe, Michael H. Su, Jennifer Nourse, Tara Wong 2008.002.090.321
Stan Asis in "Monkey King - The Transformation". 2008.002.090.322
Jennifer Nourse, Jonathan Park, Masaye Nakagawa, and Lisa Pan in "The Skin of Our Teeth", 1992. Left to right: Jennifer Nourse, Jonathan Park, Masaye Nakagawa, Lisa Pan "50%" is written on the back in addition to the identifying information. 2008.002.090.323
Manuel Cawaling, Josephine Lin, Ken W. Chin, and Cha' Escol in "Webster St. Blues", 1988. Clockwise from left: Manuel Cawaling, Josephine Lin, Ken W. Chin, Cha' Escol "RW" is written in the lower right corner on the back. 2008.002.090.324
Ken Chin and Chris San Nicolas in "The Dance & The Railroad", 1992. Left to right: Ken Chin, Chris San Nicolas 2008.002.090.325
Eloisa Cardona, Stefan Enriquez, and Kerri Kumasaka in "Gambling Den", 1988. Left to right: Eloisa Cardona, Stefan Enriquez, Kerri Kumasaka 2008.002.090.326
Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan and Chris Wong in "F.O.B.", 1981. Left to right: Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan and Chris Wong 2008.002.090.327
Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Ken Chin and Kathy Hsieh in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. Left to right: Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Ken Chin, Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.328
Three actors around a table. The man on the right is holding some papers. 2008.002.090.329
Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. 2008.002.090.330
Emily Keiko Pruiksma and Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. Left to right: Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Sherryl Ray 2008.002.090.331
Eloisa Cardona, Jonathan Park, and David Hsieh in "Godzilla Comes to Little Tokyo", 1991. Written on the back: "Godzilla - Eloisa Cardona, Jonathan Park, David Hsieh", lower right corner: "RW". Two sticky notes: "Pg. 30 - 67% - 0-215", "27". 2008.002.090.332
"Nisei Bar and Grill". 2008.002.090.333
Theatre Off Jackson. 2008.002.090.334
Manuel Cawaling, Josephine Lin, Ken W. Chin, and Cha' Escol. Clockwise from left: Manuel Cawaling, Josephine Lin, Ken W. Chin, Cha' Escol 2008.002.090.335
Two actors in "The Dance and The Railroad". 2008.002.090.336
Cast Photo, "Godzilla Comes to Little Tokyo". Photo possibly taken by Rick Wong. A sticky note on the back read: "60%" 2008.002.090.337
A woman and a man, 1990. 2008.002.090.338
Community Show-Off 1982. 2008.002.090.339
Philippine Legends.… ➤ 2008.002.090.340
Unidentified Group Photo. Many people have drinks, and a couple men on the left have billiard cues. "RW" is written on the back. 2008.002.090.341
Headshot of a woman, unidentified. 2008.002.090.342
Tracey Fugami and David Kobayashi in "12-1-A", 1995. Two copies. 2008.002.090.343
Shirley Oliver, Tracey Fugami and Tom Choi in "12-1-A", 1995. 2008.002.090.344
Kim Evey and Jesse Wine in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Kim Evey, Jesse Wine Written on the back: "45% for Art Access". 2008.002.090.345
Shirley Oliver and Kim Evey in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Shirley Oliver, Kim Evey 2008.002.090.346
"Cleveland Raining" Cast Photo. Left to right: Shirley Oliver, Kim Evey, Hans P. Altwies, Jesse Wine 2008.002.090.347
Jesse Wine and Hans P. Altwies in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Jesse Wine, Hans P. Altwies 2008.002.090.348
Kim Evey and Jesse Wine in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Kim Evey, Jesse Wine 2008.002.090.349
Hans P. Altwies and Jesse Wine in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Hans P. Altwies, Jesse Wine 2008.002.090.350
Kim Evey and Jesse Wine in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Kim Evey, Jesse Wine 2008.002.090.351
Jesse Wine, Kim Evey, and Shirley Oliver in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Clockwise from left: Jesse Wine, Kim Evey, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.352
"Cleveland Raining" Photo Index Sheet. Actors: Shirley Oliver, Kim Evey, Jesse Wine, Hans P. Altwies 2008.002.090.353
Shirley Oliver and Kim Evey in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Shirley Oliver, Kim Evey 2008.002.090.354
Shirley Oliver and Kim Evey in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Shirley Oliver, Kim Evey 2008.002.090.355
Hans P. Altwies and Kim Evey in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. 2008.002.090.356
Jesse Wine and Hans P. Altwies in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. Left to right: Jesse Wine, Hans P. Altwies 2008.002.090.357
"Cleveland Raining" Photo Index Sheet. 2008.002.090.358
"12-1-A" Photo Index Sheet. 2008.002.090.359
Unidentified young man, 1995. 2008.002.090.360
Ken Chin, Kathy Hsieh and Dylan Okimoto in "F.O.B.", 1994. Left to right: Ken Chin, Kathy Hsieh, Dylan Okimoto 2008.002.090.361
Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1993. 2008.002.090.362
"Twinkle", June 1991. Left to right: Front: Meg Tapucol, Audrey Fan Middle: Thomas Arthur, Greg Williams Back: Barbara Dunshee, Shelley Wenk Written on the back: "Meg Tapucol, Adurey Fan - Twinkle"; "RW" 2008.002.090.363
Mika Burns and Shirley Oliver in "Hiro", 1996. Top to bottom: Mika Burns, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.364
Saiko Kobayashi and Haruno Takemori in "Oyoyo no Yo!", 1996. Left to right: Saiko Kobayashi, Haruno Takemori 2008.002.090.365
"Cleveland Raining" Cast and Crew, 1996. 2008.002.090.366
Hans P. Altwies and Kim Evey in "Cleveland Raining", 1996. 2008.002.090.367
Haruno Takemori and Saiko Kobayashi in "Oyoyo no Yo!", 1996. Left to right: Haruno Takemori, Saiko Kobayashi 2008.002.090.368
Tracey Fugami and David Kobayashi in "12-1-A", 1995. 2008.002.090.369
Aya Takechi and Shirley Oliver in "12-1-A", 1995. Left to right: Aya Takechi, Shirley Oliver 2008.002.090.370
Dan Kwong in "The Dodo Vaccine", 1996. 2008.002.090.371
Carlton Pleasant and Shirley Oliver in "Hiro", 1996. 2008.002.090.372
Haruno Takemori and Saiko Kobayashi in "Oyoyo no Yo!", 1996. Left to right: Haruno Takemori and Saiko Kobayashi An attached sticky note read: "Reduce to 55%" 2008.002.090.373
Saiko Kobayashi and Haruno Takemori in "Oyoyo no Yo!", 1996. Left to right: Saiko Kobayashi, Haruno Takemori 2008.002.090.374
Dylan Okimoto and Tiffany Koyano (Tiffani Koyano) in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. 2008.002.090.375
Bea Kiyohara and Herb Tsuchiya in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. 2008.002.090.376
Scene from "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Clockwise from lower left corner: Tiffany Koyano (Tiffani Koyano), Dylan Okimoto, Mika Burns, Bea Kiyohara, Herb Tsuchiya 2008.002.090.377
Mika Burns and Bea Kiyohara in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Mika Burns, Bea Kiyohara 2008.002.090.378
Dylan Okimoto, Bea Kiyohara, and Mika Burns in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Dylan Okimoto, Bea Kiyohara, Mika Burns 2008.002.090.379
Bea Kiyohara, Dylan Okimoto, and Tiffany Koyano in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Bea Kiyohara, Dylan Okimoto, Tiffany Koyano (Tiffani Koyano) 2008.002.090.380
Mika Burns, Dylan Okimoto, and Bea Kiyohara in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Mika Burns, Dylan Okimoto, Bea Kiyohara 2008.002.090.381
Tiffany Koyano, Bea Kiyohara, and Herb Tsuchiya in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Tiffany Koyano (Tiffani Koyano), Bea Kiyohara, Herb Tsuchiya 2008.002.090.382
Bea Kiyohara and Mika Burns in "Uncle Hideki", March 1995. Left to right: Bea Kiyohara, Mika Burns 2008.002.090.383
"Dreamweaver" Photo Index Sheet. "3" is written on the back in two separate places. In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.384
Tara Wong and Jennifer Nourse in "Dreamweaver". In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.385
"Dreamweaver" Photo Index Sheet In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.386
Tara Wong and Jennifer Nourse in "Dreamweaver". In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.387
Unidentified Headshot, "Dreamweaver". In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.388
Jennifer Nourse and Tara Wong in "Dreamweaver". In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.389
Jennifer Nourse and Tara Wong in "Dreamweaver". In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.390
Jennifer Nourse, Tara Wong, and an unidentified man in "Dreamweaver". Left to right: Tara Wong, Jennifer Nourse, Unidentified In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.391
Jennifer Nourse, Tara Wong, and an unidentified man in "Dreamweaver". Left to right: Jennifer Nourse, Unidentified, Tara Wong In folder with note: "Pulled from Box 15 between Folders 104/105." 2008.002.090.392
Ken Chin and Kathy Hsieh in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.393
Dylan Okimoto, Kathy Hsieh and Ken Chin in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Left to right: Dylan Okimoto, Kathy Hsieh, Ken Chin Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.394
Dylan Okimoto, Kathy Hsieh and Ken Chin in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Left to right: Dylan Okimoto, Kathy Hsieh, Ken Chin Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.395
Ken Chin and Dylan Okimoto in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Left to right: Ken Chin, Dylan Okimoto Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.396
Dylan Okimoto and Ken Chin in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Left to right: Dylan Okimoto, Ken Chin Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.397
Kathy Hsieh in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.398
Ken Chin and Kathy Hsieh in "F.O.B.", October 1994. Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.399
"F.O.B." Photo Proof Sheet, October 1994. "941007.01 NWAAT" is written on the back. Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.400
"F.O.B." Photo Proof Sheet, October 1994. Pulled from NWAAT Box 13 between folders 45 and 46. 2008.002.090.401
"And the Soul Shall Dance" Photo Index Sheet. "931008-01 NWAAT" is written on the back. Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.402
"And the Soul Shall Dance" Photo Index Sheet Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.403
Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Kathy Hsieh, Ken Chin and Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. Left to right: Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Kathy Hsieh, Ken Chin, Sherryl Ray Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.404
Sherryl Ray, Emily Keiko Pruiksma, and Kathy Hsieh in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. Left to right: Sherryl Ray, Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Kathy Hsieh Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.405
Emily Keiko Pruiksma, Kathy Hsieh, and Ken Chin in "And the Soul Shall Dance", 1994. Left to right: Ken Chin, Kathy Hsieh, Emily Keiko Pruiksma Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.406
Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance", October 1994. Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.407
Sherryl Ray, Emily Keiko Pruiksma, and Kathy Hsieh in "And the Soul Shall Dance", October 1994. Left to right: Sherryl Ray, Emily Keiko Puiksma, Kathy Hsieh Originally found in Box 13. 2008.002.090.408
Set, "Yellow Fever". Oversize photo. 2008.002.090.409
Office set, "Yellow Fever". Oversize photo. 2008.002.090.410
Diner set, "Yellow Fever". Oversize photo. 2008.002.090.411
Actor headshot, "Yellow Fever". Mounted on cardboard backing. 2008.002.090.412
Chris Wong and Imelda Daranciang in "Yellow Fever". Mounted on cardboard backing. 2008.002.090.413
Woman leaning on an open door. 2008.002.090.414
Boy and a girl sitting on stairs. Originally kept in unlabeled NWAAT envelope. 2008.002.090.415
Four people in front of a window. They are at the top of some stairs. Originally found in an unlabeled NWAAT envelope. 2008.002.090.416
A man and a woman in front of a window. The man is seated and the woman is standing. Originally found in an unlabeled NWAAT envelope. 2008.002.090.417
Woman outside with roses. Originally found in an unlabeled NWAAT envelope. 2008.002.090.418
Man standing outside near porch stairs. Originally found in an unlabeled NWAAT envelope. 2008.002.090.419
Person looking down and leaning away from the camera. An NWAAT sticker is on the back.… ➤ 2008.002.090.420
Person seated with notebook speaking to someone.… ➤ 2008.002.090.421
Six people looking at a poster board.… ➤ 2008.002.090.422
Unidentified headshot.… ➤ 2008.002.090.423
Partial headshot.… ➤ 2008.002.090.424
Three-quarter headshot.… ➤ 2008.002.090.425
Person sitting in an armchair.… ➤ 2008.002.090.426
Susie Kozawa … ➤ 2008.002.090.427
Sharing the Spotlight, three people around podium. 2008.002.090.428
Sharing the Spotlight, man in white at podium. 2008.002.090.429
Sharing the Spotlight, man in white at podium. He has his hand around the microphone. 2008.002.090.430
Sharing the Spotlight, man in white at podium. 2008.002.090.431
Sharing the Spotlight, man at podium. 2008.002.090.432
Sharing the Spotlight, man receiving an award. 2008.002.090.433
Sharing the Spotlight, man speaking at podium. 2008.002.090.434
Sharing the Spotlight, man at podium. 2008.002.090.435
Sharing the Spotlight, two men kissing a woman on the cheeks. 2008.002.090.436
Sharing the Spotlight, two men presenting a woman with an award. 2008.002.090.437
Sharing the Spotlight, two women at podiums. 2008.002.090.438
Sharing the Spotlight, man speaking at podium. Photo is taken from the side of the stage. 2008.002.090.439
Sharing the Spotlight, man standing at podium. Photo is taken from the side of the stage. 2008.002.090.440
Sharing the Spotlight, man speaking at podium. He is in profile. 2008.002.090.441
Sharing the Spotlight, two women. Their nametags read "Elaine Kitamura" and "Louie". The second nametag is partially obscured. 2008.002.090.442
Sharing the Spotlight, woman in floral dress at podium. 2008.002.090.443
Sharing the Spotlight, two women at podium. 2008.002.090.444
Sharing the Spotlight, woman speaking at podium. 2008.002.090.445
Sharing the Spotlight, woman at podium while audience gives standing ovation. 2008.002.090.446
Sharing the Spotlight, woman speaking at podium. Another woman seems to be reaching for the microphone. 2008.002.090.447
Sharing the Spotlight, man speaking at podium. A woman is standing next to him. 2008.002.090.448
Three people on a couch. A man is leaning over the back of the couch with his hand on another man's head. 2008.002.090.449
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the United States Constitution, 3/21/1997.… ➤ 2008.002.090.450
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the United States Constitution, 3/21/1997.… ➤ 2008.002.090.451
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the United States Constitution, 3/21/1997.… ➤ 2008.002.090.452
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.453
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.454
Women practicing dancing with fans. Low angle shot. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.455
Women practicing dancing with fans. Four of the women have their fans raised above their heads. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.456
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.457
Three women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.458
Women practicing dancing with fans. One woman may be giving instructions. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.459
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.460
Women practicing dancing on the ground with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.461
Women practicing dancing with fans. They have their legs raised. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.462
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.463
Women practicing dancing with fans. The fans are raised above their heads. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.464
Women practicing dancing with fans on the ground. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.465
Women practicing dancing with fans. The fans are raised above their heads. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.466
Woman instructing others in dancing with fans. The woman is seen from behind. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.467
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.468
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.469
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.470
Women practicing dancing with fans. The image is very blurry. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.471
Women practicing dancing with fans. The image is out of focus. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.472
Women practicing dancing with fans. The image is out of focus. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.473
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.474
Women practicing dancing with fans. They are kneeling. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.475
Women practicing dancing with fans. The fans are folded. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.476
Fan dancers receiving instructions. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.477
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.478
Women practicing dancing with fans. From a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.479
Office walls and a woman's face, out of focus. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.480
Woman speaking on the phone. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.481
Woman seen from behind. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.482
A man and a woman posing. The man is wearing very little clothing. Found in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.483
Three people around a small table, one is slumped over. Found in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.484
Two people lit strongly from the front. Found in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.485
Person sitting on a stool, bathed in red light. Found in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.486
Three women dressed in black under a spotlight. Found in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.487
People in a park, seen from behind. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.488
Girl in a park with others. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.489
Girls in a park. One girl is sticking out her lips. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.490
People in a park, looking at the ground. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.491
People walking in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.492
Two girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.493
Three girls walking in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.494
People in a park. One girl has her arms raised like a zombie. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.495
Five girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.496
Three girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.497
A girl in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.498
Girl in a park. She is looking off to the side. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.499
Girl in a park, looking to the side. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.500
Girl walking in a park with others. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.501
A boy and two girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.502
Four women in a park. The street is visible behind them. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.503
Four people in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.504
People in a park. The girl in the foreground is looking away from the camera. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.505
Three girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.506
Three girls in a park. Two of the girls are looking at something to the right. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.507
Four people in a park having a discussion. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.508
Three girls in a park. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.509
Three women in a park, looking at the ground. A street is visible behind them. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.510
A girl in a park, with a woman in the background. Found in a Kodak folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.511
Girl sitting in a field. She is smiling at the camera. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.512
Man with a binder on a stage with other people. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.513
Person sitting in a theater. The image has very low contrast. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.514
Girl sitting next to a standing boy. The photo is strongly out of focus. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.515
Woman painting at the Theatre Off Jackson. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.516
Two armchairs in a corner. Four people are nearby, none looking at the camera. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.517
Four people on a stage, three are seated. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.518
Man eating. Low angle shot. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.519
Three people in a theater. A woman in the back is taking a photo. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.520
Four people around a desk. They appear to be preparing mailers. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.521
Facade of the Soo Yuen Benevolent Association. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.522
Facade of the Bing Kung Association. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.523
Building facade. The Ga Ga Loc Chinese Restaurant can be seen. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.524
Alley, as seen from across the street. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.525
Street in the International District. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.526
Corner of Maynard and Weller. The Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant can be seen across the street. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.527
Pike Place Market stall. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.528
Pike Place Market entrance. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.529
Corner of S Weller St. and 6th Ave. S. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.530
Fenced off, empty lot. There is a large building in the background. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.531
Bush Garden. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.532
Back of a brick building. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.533
Back of a brick building, "New Condominiums" sign in foreground. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.534
Daily Dozen Donut Co. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.535
Newstand, probably at Pike Place Market. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.536
Alley. It is lined with brick buildings on one side. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.537
Westlake Park. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.538
Westlake Center. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.539
Westlake Park. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.540
Canton Alley, seen from across the street. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.541
Facade of the Theatre Off Jackson and the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.542
Construction on a street and building. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.543
Person in a phone booth. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.544
Dai Ichi Photo Studio, seen from across the street. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.545
Russell's Meat Market. Tai Tung Restaurant can also be seen. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.546
Street lined with produce boxes. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.547
Man with a cane sitting in a doorway. Mounted on a stiff cardboard backing. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.548
Alley seen from across the street. It is next to Discount Store and Hair Club Salon. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.549
Corner of Sun Ya Restaurant. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.550
A brick house. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.551
Continental Group Realty and King's Barbecue House. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.552
Man walking down the street, corner of King and 6th Ave. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.553
Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant and other businesses. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.554
Man waiting at a bus stop. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.555
Westlake Park. A man is standing at the street corner. Found in a Kits Camera folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.556
Golden Star Deli-Mart. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.557
Alley Wall. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.558
Wah Young Co. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.559
Fire escape in an alley. Found in a Kits Cameras folder in a Nordstrom box. 2008.002.090.560
A man and a woman looking at a paper on the floor. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.561
Woman standing behind a doll in an armchair. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.562
A man carrying a woman on his back. He is standing on a wooden box. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.563
Person in an armchair. The image is blurry. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.564
Woman leaning on an armchair. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.565
Woman looking at something in an armchair. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.566
Woman with a hand on an armchair. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.567
A man and woman on their knees. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.568
Three people on a stage. A man is leaning forward with his arm outstretched. A woman is on her back with her legs and arms in the air. A second woman is in the foreground looking down. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.569
Woman crouched on the ground. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.570
Woman on her back with arms and legs in the air. Another woman is in the foreground. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.571
Two girls with percussion mallets. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.572
Man smoking. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.573
Two young girls. They both seem to be holding percussion mallets. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.574
Three people around a stool. The image is blurry and one of the women is moving her arm. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.575
A woman speaking. The image is blurry. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.576
Woman standing. Two others are sitting in the background. The image is blurry. Found in a Cameras West folder. 2008.002.090.577
Lane Nishikawa speaking and gesturing,1990. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.578
Lane Nishikawa in "I'm on a Mission from Buddha", January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.579
Lane Nishikawa sitting on a stone post on a stage, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.580
Cold Tofu performance, January 1991. "#30" is written on the back. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.581
Cold Tofu performance, January 1991. Three people are on stage. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.582
Four people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.583
Four people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.584
Three people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.585
Four people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.586
Three people around a table, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.587
Three people saluting, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.588
Two people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.589
Four people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.590
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.591
Four people, Cold Tofu, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.592
Lane Nishikawa in "I'm on a Mission from Buddha", ca. 1990 Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.593
Man looking shocked, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.594
Man speaking into a microphone, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.595
Man sitting on a stone, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.596
Man sitting with his fist against his head, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.597
Man miming speaking on a telephone, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.598
Man making a fist, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.599
Man speaking passionately, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.600
Man reading a paper, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.601
Man sitting with his hands on his knees, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.602
Man sitting on a stone, gesturing, January 1991. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.603
Four people, Cold Tofu, January 1991. Three are standing in a line, while the fourth speaks at the microphone. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.604
Man sitting in a chair with his hands raised, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.605
Man sitting in a chair with his arm out to the side, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.606
Amy Hill raising a fist, ca. 1990. Likely in "Tokyo Bound". Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.607
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. She is leaning on a giant sandal. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.608
Amy Hill in a large, grey wig, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.609
Man miming a telephone, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.610
Man in sunglasses gesturing in front of himself, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.611
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.612
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. She is sitting on a giant sandal. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.613
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.614
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, ca. 1990. Probably from "Tokyo Bound". Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.615
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. She is holding a wig head. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.616
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. She is leaning on a giant sandal. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.617
Amy Hill in "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.618
Amy Hill's back, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.619
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. She has her hands pressed together. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.620
Amy Hill with cupped hands, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.621
Amy Hill with a hand on her chest, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.622
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.623
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.624
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.625
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.626
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.627
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.628
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.629
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.630
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.631
Amy Hill in a chef's hat, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.632
Amy Hill holding a wig on a stand, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.633
Amy Hill putting on a wig cap, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.634
Amy Hill wearing a wig, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.635
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.636
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.637
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.638
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.639
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.640
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.641
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.642
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.643
Amy Hill, "Tokyo Bound", ca. 1990. Found in a Rainbow Photo folder within a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.644
Jim MacNerland, Robert Covarrubias, Joey Miyashima, Marilyn Tokuda in "Tofu on the Rampage", ca. 1990. Left to right: Jim MacNerland, Robert Covarrubias, Joey Miyashima, Marilyn Tokuda. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.645
Four people singing, ca. 1991. One man is sitting. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.646
Two people sitting and talking, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.647
A man and woman arguing, ca. 1991. The woman is wearing a red dress and the man is wearing a white jacket. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.648
Waiter speaking to a seated man, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.649
Woman in red dress speaking to a seated man, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.650
Man talking to a woman, ca. 1991. Both are seated. The woman wears a wig and a red dress. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.651
Man in a gold jacket with a microphone, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.652
Man in a gold jacket with a microphone, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.653
Four people looking at a person holding a baton, ca. 1991. The person with the baton is wearing a gold jacket. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.654
Four people looking at a person holding a baton, ca. 1991. The person with the baton is wearing a gold jacket. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.655
Two men speaking to one another, ca. 1991. One man wears a turtleneck sweater, and the other man wears a button-up shirt. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.656
Two women and a man at a table, ca. 1991. The two women are wearing wigs. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.657
Two women and a man around a table, ca. 1991. The two women are wearing wigs. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.658
Two women and man playing a card game (hanafuda?), ca. 1991. The two women are wearing wigs. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.659
Three seated men, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.660
Three people with their arms raised, ca. 1991. A woman is in the foreground, and two men are behind her. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.661
A woman and man sitting next to each other, ca. 1991. The man is covering his face. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.662
Girl with a baton, ca. 1991. She is wearing a marching band uniform. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.663
Girl with a baton, ca. 1991. She is wearing a marching band uniform. She is looking down. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.664
Girl with a baton, ca. 1991. She is wearing a marching band uniform and holding something in her other hand. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.665
Two girls in marching band uniforms, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.666
Two girls in marching band uniforms, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.667
Person in a white coat, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.668
Man in a gold jacket with a microphone, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.669
Man speaking to a woman, ca. 1991. The woman is looking down. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.670
Woman pointing at a woman with her hand raised, ca. 1991. A man is looking at the pointing woman. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.671
Two women arguing, ca. 1991. Someone has put their hands between the two women. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.672
Two women arguing and a concerned man, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.673
Two people look at a foam finger, Cold Tofu, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.674
Two people look at a foam finger, Cold Tofu, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.675
Woman looking down, Cold Tofu, ca. 1991. A man behind her has his mouth open. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.676
Two people look at a foam finger, Cold Tofu, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.677
Woman speaking at a microphone, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.678
Three men, ca. 1991. The man on the left is partially cut off. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.679
Woman speaking at a microphone while a man gestures behind her, ca. 1991. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.680
Four people, ca. 1991. One man is seated, while a woman and two men stand behind him. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.681
Four people, ca. 1991. One man is seated, while a woman and two men stand behind him. Found in a photo folder with advertisements for the 1991 holiday season. Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.682
Cold Tofu Group Photo, ca 1990. The Cold Tofu logo is on the bottom. An attached sticky note read: "Reduce 90%". Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.683
Headshot of a woman, ca. 1990. Written on the back: "Return photo to Beringer", "A 11.5%", and "P12933". Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.684
Cold Tofu Group Photo, ca. 1990. On the bottom: "Clockwise, from upper left: Scott Nagatani, Joey Miyashima, Denice Kumagai, Jim MacNerland, Amy Hill, Robert Covarrubias, Phillip Lamarr, Marilyn Tokuda". Found in a folder labeled "1990". 2008.002.090.685
A man and woman on a ferry. 2008.002.090.686
Three women at a community event. Two of the women are shaking hands. 2008.002.090.687
Women at a community event. 2008.002.090.688
Two women at a community event. The woman on the right has her arm around her companion. 2008.002.090.689
Traditional performance. Men are seated on the ground around two people and a statue. 2008.002.090.690
Traditional performance. Men seated on the ground have raised their hands. 2008.002.090.691
Traditional performance. A person descends a set of steps. 2008.002.090.692
Traditional performance. Half of the circle of men is standing, the other half remain seated. 2008.002.090.693
Hula Dance performance. 2008.002.090.694
Man with a broom. He is standing in a stairwell. 2008.002.090.695
Four people in a sound room. A woman is looking at the camera. 2008.002.090.696
Four people looking at a book display at the NWAAT Booksale. 2008.002.090.697
Two people at NWAAT Booksale. A man is looking at the camera. 2008.002.090.698
Three people at the NWAAT Booksale. The man and woman in the center are out of focus. 2008.002.090.699
Unidentified Group Photo, 10 people. They are surrounded by musical instruments. 2008.002.090.700
Unidentified Group Photo, 10 people. They are surrounded by musical instruments. 2008.002.090.701
Three people sitting in theatre seats. A man and a woman appear to be conversing. 2008.002.090.702
Six people with binders and music stands. 2008.002.090.703
Five people around music stands. 2008.002.090.704
Five people around music stands. Three women stand behind the stands, while a man and a woman stand to the side. 2008.002.090.705
Three people in theatre seats. A man is leaning forward and smiling at the camera. Two women are sitting and smiling at the camera. 2008.002.090.706
A woman and a man smiling. 2008.002.090.707
A person making a face at the camera. The person is out of focus. There are two women seated two rows back. 2008.002.090.708
A woman with a headset. She is seated in front of the exit doors. 2008.002.090.709
A man and a woman eating at a table. The table is somewhat messy. 2008.002.090.710
Women hula dancing. 2008.002.090.711
A woman and a man discussing some papers. The woman is pointing at something with her pinky. 2008.002.090.712
People seated in theatre seats. The woman in the foreground is holding a mug. 2008.002.090.713
A woman with rolls of tape standing between two men. 2008.002.090.714
Three men on stage, a woman with tape sits behind them. 2008.002.090.715
Man working on stage lights. 2008.002.090.716
Three people in a restaurant next to a painted screen. 2008.002.090.717
Three people seated in a restaurant next to a painted screen. 2008.002.090.718
Five people in a restaurant. They are posing for the camera. 2008.002.090.719
Eight people standing in a row. A woman in the middle holds two bouquets of flowers. 2008.002.090.720
Black and white print cast members of F.O.B Greg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wu 2008.002.090.721
Black and white print headshot of actress 2008.002.090.722
Black and white print Cast of F.O.B. Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wu 2008.002.090.723
Black and white print Chris Wong in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.725
Black and white print Chris Wong in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.726
Black and white print Chris Wong in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.727
Black and white print Chris Wong in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.728
Black and white print F.O.B Actors Gregg Hashimoto and Chris Wong 2008.002.090.729
Black and white print actress Jill Chan in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.730
Black and white print Actor Chris Wong in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.731
Black and white print Actor Gregg Hashimoto 2008.002.090.732
Black and white print F.O.B actors Chris Wong and Jill Chan 2008.002.090.733
Black and white print F.O.B. actor Jill Chan 2008.002.090.734
Black and white print F.O.B. actor Chris Wong 2008.002.090.735
Black and white print Actress 2008.002.090.737
Black and white print F.O.B. actor Jill Chan 2008.002.090.738
Black and white print F.O.B. actor Gregg Hashimoto 2008.002.090.739
Black and white print Jill Chan in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.740
Black and white print Jill Chan in F.O.B. 2008.002.090.741
Black and white print Head shot of actor Gregg Hashimoto 2008.002.090.742
Black and white print head shot of F.O.B actor Chris Wong 2008.002.090.743
Black and white print of F.O.B. actor Chris Wong 2008.002.090.744
Black and white print of F.O.B. acot Gregg Hashimoto 2008.002.090.745
Black and white print of F.O.B. actor Jill Chan 2008.002.090.746
Black and white print of F.O.B. actors Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan and Chris Wong at a table 2008.002.090.747
Black and white print of F.O.B. actor Jill Chan 2008.002.090.748
Black and white print of Asian American actor 2008.002.090.749
Black and white print Bea Kiyohara 2008.002.090.750
Black and white print Actor 2008.002.090.751
Black and white print Actor 2008.002.090.752
Black and white print Song for a Nisei Fisherman scene with Bob Lee and 2008.002.090.753
Black and white print Sandra Lee and Michael Oaks in "Eye of the Coconut" 2008.002.090.754
Black and white print Stan Asis, Nora Rebusit and ___ in Eye of the Coconut 2008.002.090.755
Black and white print of Tiffany Saito, Kathy Hsieh and Audrey Fan in Miss Minidoka, 1943 2008.002.090.756
Black and white print of Manuel Cawaling and Ken Chin in Webster Street Blues 2008.002.090.757
Black and white print of Michael McClure and Ken Chin in Yeb-Yah-Yang 2008.002.090.758
Black and white print of Bob Lee and ____ in Song For a Nisei Fisherman 2008.002.090.759
Black and white print of Mika Burns, Dylan Okimoto and Bea Kiyohara in Uncle Hideki 2008.002.090.760
Black and white print of Mika Burns, Dylan Okimoto, Bea Kiyohara, ______ and _______ in Uncle Hideki 2008.002.090.761
Black and white print of Bea Kiyohara and man with guitar in 2008.002.090.762
Black and white print Cast of Miss Minidoka 1943 2008.002.090.763
Black and white print of Tim Gojio, Lisa Pan, and Brian Coon in "Big Nisei Broadcast" by Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.764
2008.002.090.765
Color digitial print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.766
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.767
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.768
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.769
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.770
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.771
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.772
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.773
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.774
Color Digital Print Rancho Grande 2008.002.090.775
Blank and White print Miss Minidoka 1943 Lisa Pan, Ken Katsumoto, Al Chi Chao Chang, Audrey Fan, Kathy Hsieh, Leann Yabuki 2008.002.090.776
Black and white print Miss Minidoka 1943, Al Chi Chao Chang 2008.002.090.777
Black and white print Manuel Cawaling and Summer Youth Employment Program cast production of One of Us 2008.002.090.778
Black and white print Summer Youth Employment Program cast production of One of Us 2008.002.090.779
Black and white print Stan Asis in Transformation: the Monkey King 2008.002.090.780
Black and white print performance of HOME: Places between Asian and America susie Kozawa, Amy Waschke, Zai Kuning 2008.002.090.781
Black and white print Performance of F.O.B. by Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wong 2008.002.090.782
Black and white print Performance of F.O.B. by Gregg Hashimoto, Jill Chan, Chris Wong 2008.002.090.783
Black and white print 2008.002.090.784
Black and white print 2008.002.090.785
Black and white print 2008.002.090.786
Black and white print 2008.002.090.787
Black and white print Stan Asis as the Monkey King in Transformation: The Monkey King 2008.002.090.788
Black and white print 2008.002.090.789
Black and white print 2008.002.090.790
Black and white print Bea Kiyohara and Uncle Hidoki 2008.002.090.791
Black and white print Stan Asis 2008.002.090.792
Black and white print 2008.002.090.793
Black and white print 2008.002.090.794
Black and white print 2008.002.090.795
Black and white print of Ken Chin in The Dance and the Railroad by David Henry Hwang 2008.002.090.796
Black and white print of Tiffany Saito, Kathy Hsieh, and Audry Fan in Miss Minidoka 1942 2008.002.090.797
Black and white print of Chris San Nicolas in the Dragon and the Railroad 2008.002.090.798
Black and white print of Chris San Nicolas and Ken Chin in the Dragon and the Railroad by David Henry Hwang 2008.002.090.799
Black and white print of Antonio del Rosario and Ivan Dinh in the Fifth of July, by Lanford Wilson 2008.002.090.800
Black and white print of Stan Asis in Transformation: The Monkey King 2008.002.090.801
Black and white print of Ken Mochizuki in "Song for a Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.802
Black and white print of 2 women by a locker 2008.002.090.803
Black and white print of Maria Decaney and Joe Kurtz in "Please Choose One" 2008.002.090.804
Black and white print of Lisa Pan in "The Skin of our Teeth" 2008.002.090.805
Black and white print of Tiffany Saito, Kathy Hsieh, Deirdre Dela Cruz, ___, Audrey Fan and _____ in Miss Minidoka 1943 2008.002.090.806
Black and white print of Masaye Nakagawa, Lisa Pan and Jonathan Park in "The Skin of our Teeth' by Thornton Wilder 2008.002.090.807
Black and white print of Jonathan Park in "Godzilla Comes to Little Tokyo" 2008.002.090.808
Black and white print of Audrey Fan and _____ in "Miss Minidoka 1943" by Gary Iwamoto 2008.002.090.809
Black and white print of Maria Decaney, Matt Rapport, Joe Kurtz, Naima Wong, Ladonna Cole and Rukiya Reed in "Please Choose One" 2008.002.090.810
Black and white print of Scott Koh and Anton del Rosario in "Fifth of July" 2008.002.090.811
Black and white print of Scott Koh and Anton del Rosario in "Fifth of July" 2008.002.090.812
Black and white print of Chris San Nicolas and Ken Chin in the Dragon and the Railroad by David Henry Hwang 2008.002.090.813
Black and white print of Scott Koh and Anton del Rosario in "Fifth of July" 2008.002.090.814
Black and white print of Ken Mochizuki and Lisa Pan in the second production of "Song for a Nisei Fisherman" by Kan Gotanda 2008.002.090.815
Black and white print 2008.002.090.816
Black and white print of Lisa Pan, David Kobayashi, Brian Coon and Tim Gojio in "Big Nisei Broadcast" by Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.818
Black and white print of Tim Gojio, Lisa Pan, and Brian Coon in "Big Nisei Broadcast" by Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.819
Black and white print of Masaye Nakagawa, Jonathan Park and Lisa Pan in "The Skin of our Teeth" 2008.002.090.820
Black and white print of A.C. Petersen and Dancers part of NWAAT's Showcase '93 Fumi Murakami, Kara O'Toole and Deborah Rhodes King in "White like me?/Dairy Farmers and Samurai" 2008.002.090.821
Black and white print of Shelly Wenk, Tim Gojio and David Kobayashi in "Big Nisei Broadcast" by Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.822
Black and white print of Fumi Murakami, Kara O'Toole and Deborah Rhodes King in "White like me?/Dairy Farmers and Samurai" 2008.002.090.823
Black and white print of A.C. Petersen and Dancers part of NWAAT's Showcase '93 Fumi Murakami, Kara O'Toole and Deborah Rhodes King in "White like me?/Dairy Farmers and Samurai" 2008.002.090.824
Black and white print of A.C. Petersen and Dancers part of NWAAT's Showcase '93 Fumi Murakami, Kara O'Toole and Deborah Rhodes King in "White like me?/Dairy Farmers and Samurai" 2008.002.090.825
Black and white print of A.C. Petersen and Dancers part of NWAAT's Showcase '93 Fumi Murakami, Kara O'Toole and Deborah Rhodes King in "White like me?/Dairy Farmers and Samurai" 2008.002.090.826
Black and white print 2008.002.090.827
Color print of the cast of "Flowers and Household Gods" 2008.002.090.828
Black and white photograph of "Honey Bucket" directed by Ruben Sierra - Northwest Asian American Theatre 2008.002.090.829
Black and white print Actor Audrey Fan 2008.002.090.830
Black and white photograph of "Honey Bucket" directed by Ruben Sierra - Northwest Asian American Theatre 2008.002.090.831
Black and white photograph of "Honey Bucket" directed by Ruben Sierra - Northwest Asian American Theatre 2008.002.090.832
Black and white print 2008.002.090.833
Black and white print 2008.002.090.834
Black and white print 2008.002.090.835
Black and white print 2008.002.090.836
Black and white print 2008.002.090.837
Black and white print 2008.002.090.838
Black and white print 2008.002.090.839
Black and white print 2008.002.090.840
Black and white print 2008.002.090.841
Black and white print Taiko 2008.002.090.842
Black and white print Bob Lee as the fisherman in "Song For A Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.843
Black and white print Northwest Asian American Theatre Top L - R: Richard Lewis, Nikki Louis, Gregg Hashimoto, Dick Yokoyama Bottom L - R: Bea Kiyohara, Stan Asis, Leslie Ishii 2008.002.090.844
Black and white print Bob Lee in "Song For A Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.845
Black and white print Miss Minidoka 1943 2008.002.090.846
Black and white print Chris Wong 2008.002.090.847
Black and white print Dan Kwong in "Secrets of the Samurai Centerfielder" 2008.002.090.850
Black and white print Dan Kwong in "Secrets of the Samurai Centerfielder" 2008.002.090.851
Black and white print Manuel Cawaling and Lisa Pan in "Miss Minidoka 1943" 2008.002.090.852
Black and white print David Kobayashi in "The Big Nisel Broadcast" by Cathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.853
Black and white print ?? 2008.002.090.854
Black and white print Michael McClure, Lisa Pan, David Kobayashi, Ken Mochizuki and Masaye Okano Nakagawa in "Song For a Nisei Fisherman" by Philip Gotanda 2008.002.090.855
Black and white print Ken Mochizuki in "Song For a Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.856
Black and white print "Fifth of July" 2008.002.090.857
Black and white print Jennifer Nourse, Jonathan Park, Maysaye Okano Nakagawa, and Lisa Pan in "The Skin of Our Teeth" 2008.002.090.858
Black and white print Jonathan Park, Masaye Nakagawa, Jennifer Nourse, Chris San Nicolas in "The Skin of Our Teeth" by Thornton Wilder 2008.002.090.859
Black and white print Cast of "Please Choose One" 2008.002.090.860
Black and white print Shirley Oliver, Michael Su in "Love Sutras" by Maria Batayola and Chris Wong 2008.002.090.861
Black and white print Shirley Oliver, Michael Su in "Love Sutras" by Maria Batayola and Chris Wong 2008.002.090.862
Black and white print 2008.002.090.863
Black and white print Ken Mochizuki in "Song For a Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.864
Black and white print Ken Mochizuki and Bob Lee in "Song For A Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.865
Black and white print 2008.002.090.866
Black and white print DAvid Kobayashi, Brian Coon, Tim Gojio in "Big Nisei Broascast" 2008.002.090.867
Black and white print 2008.002.090.868
Black and white print 2008.002.090.869
Black and white print 2008.002.090.870
Black and white print of Shelly Wenk, Tiffany Saito, Deierdre Dela Cruz, Lisa Pan in "Big Nisei Broadcast" by Kathy Hsieh 2008.002.090.871
Black and white print Cast and creaw of "Yellow Fever" 2008.002.090.872
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.873
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.874
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.875
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.876
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.877
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.878
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.879
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.880
Black and white print "Gambling Den" 2008.002.090.881
Black and white print Sherryl Ray in "And the Soul Shall Dance" by Wakado Yamauchi 2008.002.090.882
Black and white print Ken Katsumoto, Lisa Pan and _____ in "Miss Minidoka 1943" 2008.002.090.883
Black and white print Scene in "Yellow Fever" 2008.002.090.884
Black and white print 2008.002.090.885
Black and white print 2008.002.090.886
Black and white print 2008.002.090.887
Black and white print 2008.002.090.888
Black and white print Tiffany Saito, Kathy Hsieh and Audrey Fan in "Miss Minidoka 1943" 2008.002.090.889
Black and white print 2008.002.090.890
Black and white print "Yellow Fever" 2008.002.090.891
Black and white print 2008.002.090.892
Black and white print Imelda Daranciang, Chris Wong, Ken Mochizuki, Bob Lee, Jerry-Mac Johnston, Herb Scheu in "Yellow Fever" 2008.002.090.893
Black and white print Shirley Oliver, Tracey Fugami and Tom Choi in "12 - 1 - A" by Wakako Yamauchi 2008.002.090.894
Black and white print Stan Asis (?) in "Phillipine Legends, Folklore, and American Impressions" by Carlos Bulosan 2008.002.090.895
Black and white print "Phillipine Legends, Folklore, and American Impressions" by Carlos Bulosan 2008.002.090.896
Black and white print Cast and crew of "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.897
Black and white print Kathy Hsieh, Dylan Okimoto, Anthony Colinares in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.898
Black and white print Tiffany Saito, Anthony Colinares, Lisa Nakamura, Gigi Jhong, Kathy Hsieh, Dylan Okimoto in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.899
Black and white print Tiffany Saito, Lisa Nakamura, Anthony Colinares, Dylan Okimoto, Kathy Hsieh, in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.900
Black and white print Tiffany Saito, Lisa Nakamura, in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.901
Black and white print Tiffany Saito, Lisa Nakamura, in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.902
Black and white print Dylan Okimoto and Tiffany Saito in "Letters to a Student Revolutionary" by Elizabeth Wong 2008.002.090.903
Black and white print "Fredie the Pigeon" 2008.002.090.904
Black and white print "Marginal Man" 2008.002.090.905
Black and white print "Marginal Man" 2008.002.090.906
Black and white print Nancy Calos and Ken Chin in "Webster Street Blues" by Warren Kubota 2008.002.090.907
Black and white print Ken Chin and Manuel Cawaling in "Webster Street Blues" by Warren Kubota 2008.002.090.908
Black and white print Promotional image for "Yeb Yang Ah" 2008.002.090.909
Black and white print Maria Decaney and Ken Chin in "Yeb Yah Yang" 2008.002.090.910
Black and white print Scene from "Yeb Yah Yang" 2008.002.090.911
Black and white print Michael McClure and Ken Chin in "Yeb Yah Yang" 2008.002.090.912
Black and white print Gigi Jhong and Michael McClure in "Yeb Yah Yang" 2008.002.090.913
Black and white print Collen Parker in "Origami" by D.A. Tsufura 2008.002.090.914
Black and white print Joanthan Park and Maydene Pang in "Origami" by D.A. Tsufura 2008.002.090.915
Black and white print Joanthan Park and Maydene Pang and others in "Origami" by D.A. Tsufura 2008.002.090.916
Black and white print Collen Parker in "Origami" by D.A. Tsufura 2008.002.090.917
Black and white print Collen Parker and Sean Dudley in "Origami" 2008.002.090.918
Black and white print ____, Tracy Fugami, Collen Parker and Sean Dudley in "Origami" 2008.002.090.919
Black and white print Collen Parker and Sean Dudley in "Origami" 2008.002.090.920
Black and white print Collen Parker and Jonathan Park in "Origami" 2008.002.090.921
Black and white print Cast and Crew of "Origami" 2008.002.090.922
Black and white print Collen Parker and Jonathan Park in "Origami: 2008.002.090.923
Black and white print Jonathan Park and Sean Dudley in "Origami: 2008.002.090.924
Black and white print 2008.002.090.925
Black and white print Lisa Pan, Ken Katsumoto and Stan Asis in "Miss Minidoka 1943" 2008.002.090.926
Black and white print Cast of "Song For a Nisei Fisherman" 2008.002.090.927
Black and white print Maydene Pang, Barbara Dunshee, Shelly Wenk, Meg Tapucol, Thomas Arthur Grant, Jonathan Park, Audrey Fan, Greggory Mitchell, Lisa Pan in "Twinkle" by Gary Iwamoto 2008.002.090.929
Black and white print Lawrence Yep 2008.002.090.930
Black and white print Shadow puppet performance at the Cry of the Rooster Theater of "Gitanjali's Grain of Rice" 2008.002.090.932
Black and white print Reading through "Oofty-Goofty" by Frank Chin is Jerry Tondo and Stan Asis. 2008.002.090.934
Black and white print Reading through "Oofty-Goofty" by Frank Chin is Jerry Tondo and Stan Asis. 2008.002.090.936
candid photo of APACE meeting: Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. 5 people sitting around the edge of a room, facing in. Written on the back in blue pen: "Arlene Oki, Sung Yang, ?" Pictured here: Arelene Oki and Sung Yang. 2008.016.138.001
candid photo of APACE meeting: Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. 5 people sitting on a couch, two on the floor. Eating, drinking, discussing. The back of a dog is in the foreground. Written on the back in blue ink: "Jeffrey Hatiori,… ➤ 2008.016.138.002
candid photo of APACE meeting: Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. 7 people sitting and standing around the edge of a living room, facing inward. Paper flip chart is visible in the corner and completed sheets of the flip chart are… ➤ 2008.016.138.003
candid photo of APACE meeting: Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. One man standing in front of room speaking, holding document and marker pen. Written on the back in blue ink "Barry Mars" 2008.016.138.004
candid photo of APACE meeting: Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. 5 people sitting around the edges of a living room, eating, drinking, working on computer laptop. Written on the back in blue ink "Karen Yoshitomi, Roger Mizumori, Akemei… ➤ 2008.016.138.005
1322680419_chinese-mine-workers Asian American Studies Library, University of California at Berkeley UW 522 Chinese Film Pr #33
Blck and white photograph of David Ishii in his bookstore with a group of Asian American artists and writers including Alan Lau, Frank Chin and Shawn Wong Large format copy also Ishii.008
Black and white photograph of Asian American couple Ishii.009
Black and white photograph of Asian American author T. Ishii.013
Black and white photograph of Asian American actor Mako Framed Ishii.037
Black and white photograph of Asian American actor Ishii.038
Black and white photograph of Asian American man outside Ishii.042
Gary Locke in 2000, signing the senate bill that created Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. On the far left is local leader Rocky Kim. Korea 027.002
Ghandi with great grandfather of lender South Asian #2.007
Young girl in bride costume South Asian #6.002
Giving jewelry South Asian #6.003
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DescriptionObject IDImage
Wood frame with gesso underground with painted lacquer surface. Curved horn-shaped roundels on top. Two stretcher bars on legs. Top is scholars in courtyard. Flowers, birds, and landscape decoration on sides and legs. Extensive lacquer chipping… ➤ 1979.005.001
Tibetan prayer flags "from Liyang area in Yunnan called Wu" (according to note found with items). Probably collected at time of 1983 "Tibet: Roof of the World" exhibit. Found in collections without documentation.… ➤ 1983.225
Framed oil on canvas portrait of Asian man. Chinese tribal group? 1986.200.267
Charcoal Drawing of a Man… ➤ 1995.009.001
Chinese Almanac… ➤ 1995.009.005
Ceramic and Lacquerware Japanese style table setting used for display with Ikebana flower arrangements. The set is fairly inexpensive (the artist's name is not printed on the ware). Note: All ceramic ware is white clear glazed with cherry blossom… ➤ 1997.030.251
Phonographic records… ➤ 1997.060.001
Small piece work quilt with wide border… ➤ 1997.063
Asian music record albums… ➤ 1998.083.003
The picture is made an oil painting on cloth. … ➤ 1998.103.003
Three Busts of young Asian women in dark brown colored clay. … ➤ 1998.103.005
Made by Bettie Luke Kan, sister of Wing Luke… ➤ 1998.108.005
Poster reproduction on cardboard backing. Black background has color image of Chinese man sitting with legs crossed, drinking cup of tea. He wears gown, has pig tail, exagerated slanted eyes, yellowish complection, large smile. He sits on a canister… ➤ 1999.082
Asian Hall of Fame. 2014 Many Tuiasosopo 2.0Sports.037.003
2 - Framed Color digitized video frames and type C print of Airplane and sun. … ➤ 2001.024.001
Black and white nude… ➤ 2001.025.001
Framed black and white photo of a man and a woman looking at the sunset with guard tower in the background. 2001.043.002
Framed black and white Type R print of three men in a small boat, bow lines above from large ship which one man is painting. 2001.043.003
Black and white print of African American men in a barber shop. 2001.043.004
Man looking at his image in a small mirror in his hand. … ➤ 2001.043.005
Black and white print selinium toned silver gelatin of nude pregnant woman.… ➤ 2001.043.006
Framed black and white print of woman and a child.… ➤ 2001.043.007
Framed silver gelatin print of a woman reading and her reflection. … ➤ 2001.043.008
Framed silver gelatin print of a man with snapshot. 2001.043.009
Framed color photograph of a group of students waiting in line for a vaccination in Fuji. … ➤ 2001.043.010
Folding wood table Eight sided table hinged at joints. Separate top. Painted black and ochre. Images of Southeast Asian dancers on each side; the top has royal audience watching dancers. Top had at one time been glued to base and glue remains. 2002.009.004
1- red medium size T-shirt made by Abercrombie & Fitch. On the back in white and yellow is a stereotypical characterization of an Asian man with a pizza. Abercrombie's Pizza Dojo, Eat in or Wok Out, "You Love Long Time" and "Call us 1-555-GOO-PEZA"… ➤ 2002.020.001
Wood and metal award plaque. International Examiner 1992 Community Voice Award to Sid and Dan Ko for exemplary and dedicated service to Seattle's Asian and Pacific Community. 2004.006.007
Wood and metal award plaque. Seattle Asian sports Club In appreciation to South China Restaurant SASC Sponsor 2001-2002 2004.006.008
Poster for Seattle teachers - "We Can't Work for Peanuts Anymore" January 13, 1989 2004.018.001
Yellow Short Sleeved t-shirt with silk screen printing. David Della for Seattle City Council 2004.026.001
White cotton t-shirt with printed campaign slogan Mee Moua the forst Hmong elected to state office in the US. In Minnesota, State Senate 2004.026.002
White T-Shirt Asian Pacific Americans for Clinton Gore 1996 2004.026.003
Red cotton T-shirt Asian Pacific Women's Network LA 2004.026.004
White T-shirt Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership CAPAL 2004.026.005
White T-shirt Democrats Victory '92 2004.026.006
Child's hat. Navy blue fabric with baby blue, yellow, red, and turqouise embroidery. Large red pom poms on top and sides. Six metal beads attatched. Plastic seed-bead string chin strap attached. Paper note sewn to the interior says:… ➤ 2004.030.082
White ceramic soup spoon, common in Asian restaurants. Features image of figure holding a Chinese character, makers mark on bottom. 2004.037.1139
"Fantasia" Nutcracker Suite Album cover with stereotypical Asian dancers. 2005.018.001
2 - Pencil drawings of the Wing Luke Asian Museum by Rob Corburn. Used for an invitation to a reception honoring State Rep. Art Wang at the WLAM October 9, 1991 2005.027
2 - Campaign buttons: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for Kerry Edwards 2005.067.005
38 Educational posters of prominent Asian Americans. Produced by the Washington State Department of Public Instruction. 2005.079
Silk Screened Poster Yoisho! Asian American Literature and Music June 28, 1979 2006.035.001
Silk Screened Poster Asian American Spring Festival, 1979 2006.035.003
Record Album Best of Both Worlds by Nobuko Miyamoto… ➤ 2006.052.001
Record Album titled Hiroshima by Hiroshima 2006.052.002
Record Album titled HiFi in an Oriental Garden… ➤ 2006.052.003
Record Album titled Pat Suzuki Miss Pony Tail with Henri Rene and his orchestra 2006.052.007
Record Album titled the Many Sides of Pat Suzuki Pat Suzuki's first album 2006.052.008
Record Albumn titled Looking at You with Ralph Burns and his Orchestra 2006.052.009
T-Shirt Lime green cotton shirt Asian Pacific American Community Summit Celebrating Unity and Civic Participation Naturalize; Register; Vote May 29, 2004 - Tacoma Dome Presented by the Asian Pacific Islander Coalitions of Washington State 2007.019.001
Poster Play - Gold Watch, by Momoko Iko, Directed by Garrett Kaoru Hongo February 3 - 27, 1977 Ethinic Cultural Center Theatre Presented by the Asian Exclusion Act of the Asian Multi-Media Center. 2007.022
Recorded Asian music 2007.028.003
Taped Asian music 2007.028.004
Asian 78 rpm record albums 2007.028.005
Ceramic teacup White ceramic teacup. Asian style teacup without handle. Piece of square napkin tucked inside cup. No logo. 2008.001.025
Small orange and white boxes of herbal candy with red panels on front side, top and bottom; larger box has orange and white pattern; front cover has image of female figure in Asian-style clothing; description of "So Hup Yuen" Herbal Candy with… ➤ 2008.001.173
medicine for women's reproductive health; individual rectangular boxes with blue, green, yello, pink and dark blue colors on box cover; cover has red and blue Chinese script and floral patterns; sides have red and yello ribbon with different color… ➤ 2008.001.175
Female bobblehead figure with Asian features; robe, fan, and facial features are painted on; fake gemstone eyes and earrings; cone hat; 2008.001.256
Male bobblehead figure with Asian features; red painted Manderin jacket and wide-leg pants; red hat and yarn ponytail 2008.001.257
Box: written on front "Ultra Slim Tea" with stereoetypical image of an Asian woman on front of box. 2008.003.005
A - C: Toy, "Fun Disguise Kit", three pairs of black plastic glasses, one in original packaging, stereotypical Asian features 2008.003.015
Ceramic Figurine: Stereotypical "Asian" figure of a child, wearing a rice hat and holding two hats, dressed in a seafoam green shirt with gray pants and black shoes. Bottom of figurine left to right, top to bottom reads "Calif., 11/15/44, V,… ➤ 2008.003.024
Two round campaign buttons 2004 US Presidential Democratic "Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for Kerry Edwards" Blue 2008.013.001.001
Round campaign button 2004 US Presidential Democratic "Asian Americans for Dean" Blue 2008.013.001.005
Two Round campaign buttons "Asian Pacific Island Americans" "Vote Democrat 2000" "Our Vote Is Our Voice" White 2008.013.001.008
Round campaign button "Asian Pacific Americans" "Vote in 96" "Democratic National Committee" White 2008.013.001.009
round political button, "United States Census 2000" red background with white text. The census determines allocation of public resources and services. In the 2000 Census, Asians really participated and worked to ensure that members of API community… ➤ 2008.016.001.001
round political button, "Justice for Vincent Chin." Top half is red background with white text "Justice for" and bottom half is white background with red text "Vincent Chin." Local members of the Asian community participated in demonstrations… ➤ 2008.016.001.002
round political button, yellow background with black text. "Yellow Peril."… ➤ 2008.016.001.003
round political button, white background, black text and image. "Self-Determination" "T.W.L.F."… ➤ 2008.016.001.004
round political button, orange background with black text and brown image. Text: "Ellensburg" "July 8-10, 1977" Image: Brown bird with "=" sign and sign for female cut out of the bird exposing the orange background color. Washington State's… ➤ 2008.016.001.014
round political button, silver background with black text and image. Text: "Lotus Blossom Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Image: Lotus blossom drawn in black lines. Sticker on back is yellow with brown text reading "Insta-Button MFGD. by The Richmark… ➤ 2008.016.001.017
round political button, yellow background with red text and image. "wahine power" image of a floral garland or lei tied with bow. Wahine is Hawaiian word for woman/girl. This button was used in Seattle by the API community advocating for women's… ➤ 2008.016.001.019
Three (a,b,c) round political buttons with white background and black text "Asian and Pacific Islanders for Jesse Jackson '88" Image in yellow, blue, red and green shows a yellow bamboo-like circle border around a blue cresting wave that has a… ➤ 2008.016.001.021
round political button, white background, blue text: "Asian Pacific Island Americans" around the top, "Our Vote is Our Voice" around the bottom and "Vote Democrat 2000" in the middle. Red stripes and blue stars are underneath the center text. 2008.016.001.028
two round political buttons (a and b), blue background. White text: "Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Gore Lieberman" Red text: "2000" with a red arc over "for Gore Lieberman" and a white star above "2000" 2008.016.001.029
square political button, red background with white text "NO! Initiative 200" This was the washington state initiative to repeal affirmative action; the initiative passed in 1998.… ➤ 2008.016.001.033
White, political button, reads in blue and red "Asian Pacific Americans, Vote in 1996, Democratic National Committee." 2008.050.047
empty cardboard sock box, image of two men, one Asian man running in a green uniform with holes in his socks and rudimentary weapon with green helmet away from a white man in a tan military uniform with a bayonet and a green helmet, background of… ➤ 2008.051.019
Oriental Sliding Puzzle; yellow plastic sliding puzzle with image of reclining naked woman with Asian features wrapped in red robe; floral background; red, blue, yellow and flesh tones 2008.051.020
maroon men's necktie; painted with image of toilet bowl with Asian male face (Toyo) on interior of lid 2008.051.022
ceramic pin of a green head with Asian features wearing gold hat 2008.051.023
small button with Asian caricature image; orange figure in hat with buck teeth and slanted eyes with text "Splendorient"; back marked with "140" 2008.051.035
Bank, Bobble Head 2 - Asian figurines wiht solid plaster body and plaster head on spring Painted and molded Asian features. Tag on head says: "Bank" Slot in back for coins a: red b: blue, craked. Has been glued and taped. 2008.051.050
Sugar Bowl and 3 tea bag saucers A: Ceramic Asian man character bowl with lid B - D: 3 saucers Painted features "Made in Occupied Japan" 2008.051.052
Tea Caddy with lid Ceramic caddy made to look like an Asian faced tea pot. On top of lid is weritten "TEA" 2008.051.053
ceramic flower holder of girl's head and torso with Asian features; bluish greh, brown, pink, white, and flesh tone glazing; Royal Copley stifker on front right center; maker's mark on center park with copyright symbol; round mounting hold on back 2008.051.055
2 vases -Trader Vic's Chinaman drinking vase; ceramic yellow and brown glazed face with stylized Asian features; slanted eyes, long mustache, and beard 2008.051.056 a & b
Vase 4 - Ceramic Drinking Vases. Trader Vic's restaurant ware Asian man's face with painted features, yellowish tint 2008.051.057
Vase Ceramic Drinking Vase. Trader Vic's restaurant ware Asian man's face with painted features, on back are 3 Chinese characters 2008.051.058
Vase Ceramic drinking vase Asian face on front On reverse: "House of Ming , Bali Hi, Madrid" 2008.051.059
Vase Ceramic drinking vase Asian face on the front. On the reverse: Faux Chinese characters, "Hawaiian Cottage" 2008.051.060
Sugar Bowl 2 - ceramic sugar bowls with lids Bowl attached to saucer. Painted Asian face, mustache. 2008.051.061
Shaker 4 - Salt and or Pepper shakers Painted with stereotypical Asian face, yellow tint. Conical hat with bird on top. Ceramic shakers with 4-5 holes in top. Pepper shakers have handle on right, salt on left. 2008.051.062
Movie poster for "Walk like a Dragon," a 1960 Paramount picture starring Jack Lord, Nobu McCarthy, James Shigeta, and Mel Torme. Features image of an Asian man walking away from a group of cowboys. 2008.051.1061
Asian male face shaker, very round face and appears to be smiling. 2008.051.1080
A female figurien wearing traditional Asian clothing, holding a musical instrument. Green/orange outfit with water sleeves. Bottom marked "Japan". 2008.051.1081
Salt or pepper shaker in the shape of an Asian young girl wearing traditional Asian clothing, green top with white pants. She is holding a toy-like object in her hands over her left shoulders. Bottom marked "Japan". 2008.051.1082
Salt or pepper shaker in the shape of a male boy wearing traditional Asian clothing and hat. The boy was made in a funny way with bloated face and body. Bottom marked "Japan". 2008.051.1087
Salt and pepper shaker. made out of ceramics old male and young female, they dressed in traditional Asian clothing. The old male with long beard looks like an immortal 2008.051.174
Set of ceramic salt and peppers. Two identical males dressed in traditional Asian clothing. Both males are holding their own hands together as if to bow 2008.051.175
Salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics.… ➤ 2008.051.176
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shapes of two children, one male and one female Both dressed in traditional Asian clothing, the male is wearing a hat, the female with a hair band 2008.051.177
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics… ➤ 2008.051.178
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shape of one male and one female children, both in sitting positions. both dressed in traditional, colorful Asian clothing, the male with a hat, female wearing hair band 2008.051.180
salt and pepper shaker,made out of ceramics… ➤ 2008.051.181
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shapes of two children, dressed in traditional Asian clothing one in a sitting position appears to be napping the standing one is wearing a long robe a special crown-like hat, holding a fan 2008.051.183
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shapes of identical Asian immortals in squatting/sitting positions. long beard with scroll on one hand, disproportionally long faces 2008.051.184
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shapes of one male and one female, dressed in traditional Asian clothing 2008.051.185
salt and pepper shaker, made out of ceramics in the shapes of two identical male figures, dressed in traditional Asian clothing wording on bottom part of the shakers reads : " SOUVENIR OF INDIANAPOLIS RACES" 2008.051.186
salt and pepper shaker set, made out of ceramics in the shapes of a male and a female , dressed in colorful clothing (could be a mother and son set) the male is wearing a traditional Asian cap, female with traditional Asian style hairdo 2008.051.187
male and female salt and pepper shakers; male has two holes; female has three holes; couple are both dressed in red clothing with black and gold detail, gold shoes, and black and red hats; both figures have Asian features and their arms are extended;… ➤ 2008.051.200
Pair of blue glazed ceramic male and female figures. … ➤ 2008.051.202
male and female figures with Asian features painted and dressed in pink robes; male figures is bald, with two holes, and arms by his sides; female figure has black hair and two holes, with arms folded; male figure is "a" female figure is "b" 2008.051.205
Salt and pepper shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.227
salt and pepper shaker set, in the shapes of a adult female and a male child. Both wearing traditional Asian style clothing, smiling, cheeks decorated in pink 2008.051.230
salt and pepper shaker set in the shapes of an adult female and a male child. … ➤ 2008.051.231
salt and pepper shaker set, in the shape of two bald male, appearing to be some kind of performers.… ➤ 2008.051.233
salt and pepper shaker set, in the shapes of two identical girls. Both in some type of traditional Asian clothing. They wear ear mugs, holding both hands together in front of them as if they are cold. 2008.051.234
salt and pepper shaker, in the shapes of a girl and boy in sitting position, reading books in Chinese and smiling. Both are wearing traditional Asian clothing, in sitting position… ➤ 2008.051.235
salt and pepper shaker set, in shape of a male and a female, appearing to be performers. Both wearing traditional Asian clothing in red and black… ➤ 2008.051.238
Figurine Plastic figurine Round body with front of gold colored plastic Plastic fan moves back and forth touching bobble head. Head is Asian man with beard, historical type of headgear. Head can be separated from body. 2008.051.240
Figurine Chalkware Plaster figurine of Asian person in robe with a hand gong. 2008.051.241
Figurine Plaster chalkware Asian man in black tunic, pants, hat. Long pigtail. 2008.051.242
Glazed ceramic figurine Girl on donkey Asian girl with fan. 2008.051.243
Darning Egg or sock darner Wooden egg with handle Egg is painted like Asian face. 2008.051.244
Ceramic condiment set A:Figurine of Asian man in conical hat with pigtail pusing cart Cart holds: B: Sugar bowl with lid C: Pepper Shaker D: Salt Shaker 2008.051.245
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set… ➤ 2008.051.386
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set… ➤ 2008.051.389
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set in the shape of a girl carrying two buckets over her shoulder A. A girl in traditional Asian work clothes, a long stick over her shoulder B. a brown, wooden like bucket C. a brown, wooden like bucket 2008.051.390
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set… ➤ 2008.051.392
Salt of Pepper Shaker set in shape of a boy carrying two flower baskets A. a boy in traditional Asian work clothes wearing a hat, carrying a long stick over his shoulder B. flower basket with a thread string C. flower basket with a thread string 2008.051.394
Salt and Pepper Shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.395
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set… ➤ 2008.051.396
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set… ➤ 2008.051.398
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set in shape of a male carrying two buckets A. a male in traditional Asian clothes, wearing a hat, a long stick over his shoulder B. a blue/white bucket with maroon color objects C. a blue/white bucket with maroon color objects 2008.051.399
Salt and Pepper Shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.400
Salt and Pepper Shaker in shapes of a male and a female bust, pink A. a male wearing traditional Asian hat and long braid B. a female with two buns on the side 2008.051.403
Salt and Pepper Shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.405
Salt and Pepper Shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.406
Salt and Pepper Shaker set A. in shape of a male wearing traditional Asian clothes, carrying a long stick over his shoulder B. in shape of a basket with pink objects C. in shape of a basket with blue objects 2008.051.408
Salt and Pepper Shaker set A. in shape of a bust of a male in traditional Asian clothes and hair style, his hands out for holding the tray:object B B. in shape of a tray with wine bottle, cup and food 2008.051.409
Salt and Pepper Shaker set A. in shape of a male head with traditional Asian hat B.in shape of a Noh demon mask 2008.051.410
Salt and Pepper Shaker set… ➤ 2008.051.411
Salt and Pepper Shaker A.in shape of a male face, with traditional Asian hat, smiling Ai. separate lid B in shape of a male face, with traditional Asian hat, looking sad Bi. separate lid 2008.051.412
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set A. in shape of an Asian male head, smiling face, and pink cheeks B. in shape of an Asian female head, traditional Asian hair style, smiling and pink cheeks 2008.051.414
Salt and Pepper Shaker Set A. in shape of a female bust in tradtional Asian style clothes and hair style B. in shape of a female bust in traditional Asian style clothes and hat 2008.051.415
Bottle Decorative bottle with 2 wells in front Image of Asian man in hat. 2008.051.416
Salt & Pepper Shaker Single figure consiting of both salt and pepper reservoirs Painted ceramic figure of man in cap with queue holding large jar with faux Asian characters. 2008.051.424
Salt & Pepper Shaker Set Identical pair of yellow glazed shakers. Head of Asian male with conical hat, long beard and mustache. 2008.051.437
Mask Paper mache with plaster coating Asian female with black hair and flower. white face red lips Cloth head band. 2008.051.471
Mask 2 - Plastic masks Asian face wth top knot and 3 Chinese characters on top of head. 2008.051.472
Mask Paper mache Painted flesh tone with exagerated Asian features. Real hair for mustache String on back. 2008.051.487
Mask Paper mache Painted flesh tone with exagerated Asian features. Real hair for mustache String on back. 2008.051.488
Mask Paper mache Painted flesh tone with exagerated Asian features String on back. 2008.051.489
Mask Paper mache Painted flesh tone with exagerated Asian features String on back. 2008.051.490
Mask Paper Mache Painted yellow with faux Asian features 2008.051.491
Mask Halloween Rubber mask painted greenish with Asian features, mustache and beard. Rubber band on back 2008.051.494
Mask Halloween Bright orange Asian face plastic mask 2008.051.496
Mask Large plastic head of Asian character 2 - parts, front and back attached with metal rivets 2008.051.500
Mask Paper full face mask. Asian man with mustache. 2008.051.762
T-shirt M White with "Asian is .. not Oriental" red no symbol for NO Blacklava 2010.008.002
Shirt Blue cotton denim button shirt Embroidered over left pocket is AAJA: A Commitment to Diversity Asian American Journalist Assoaciation 2010.012.007
T-Shirt White cotton shirt Printed on the front is the exhibition logo design for the Wing Luke Musuem's exhibit: Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 years After 2010.012.008
Figurine Stereotypical Asian woman in tunic, turquoise, wearing large conical hat and holding a yolk with buckets. 2010.047.002
A:Battle Dress Tunic, USMC MARPAT style B: Pants 2010.048.001
4 - political posters a) Asian American & Pacific Islanders for Obama b) 2012 Barackobama.com c) Obama Pride LGBT for Obama d) Washington For Obama 2012.044.001
Black t-shirts Seattle Asian American Film Festival 2013.015.003
Presidential proclamation making May 2011 as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month signe by Barack Obama 2014.010.001
Han Mural… ➤ 2015.046.001
2016.024.003a Single-serving rice bowl from Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant, 628 S. Weller St., Seattle. Interior glazed plain white. Exterior shows blue, red, and yellow repeating "thunder" line motif. Underneath are a red dragon, a pheonix, and red,… ➤ 2016.024.003
ROAR - Vote to Roar, Raising Our Asian Pacific American Representation 2016.036.001
Framed Watercolor Triptych 3 watercolor abstracts by Alan Lau Ishii.059
Painting Sumi ink circle (Enso) by Alan Lau Ishii.061
Print Framed print of a painting by James Leong Mat signed Ishii.066
From Patsy Surh O'Connell: "In my mature understanding of my role as an artist, through using different media, I now focus primarily on painting in ink on rice paper. My creative work constitutes a promise to myself to continue exploring my heritage… ➤ Korea 001.011
Mural created by Kyung Lim Shin and Moon Hyang Lee. From Kyung Lim Shin's Artist Statement:… ➤ Korea 025.001
Seattle Gay News Vol. 7 No. 12 June 6. 1980 "The invisible gays: support in the Asian community" LGBTQ #3.001
Bite, quarterly magazine for Young queer Asian and pacific islander Men LGBTQ #4.002
Yellow shirt for Queer'N Asian, Gay Asian & Pacific Islander Men of New York LGBTQ #5.004
Traveling Exhibition Leaving Silence Queer Asian and Pacific Islander Oral History Exhibit QAPIOHE
Terracotta pottery vase South Asian #1.001
Translucent, cotton and silk jamdani sari w/ black border South Asian #1.002
Bronze statue of Krishna w/ flute and feather South Asian #2.001
Hand-woven, multicolor purse South Asian #2.002
Red and gold scarf South Asian #2.003
Statue of Ganesh South Asian #2.008
Statue of the Buddha South Asian #2.009
Rings (Qty: 3), flat ruby, synthetic ruby, yellow saffire South Asian #2.010
Dark blue, striped sari South Asian #2.011
Turquoise sari South Asian #2.012
Red sari South Asian #2.013
Oil lamp w/ swastika South Asian #2.014
Necklace South Asian #2.015
Tagore painting South Asian #2.016
Jersey, Microsoft Cricket Club, Northwest Cricket League South Asian #3.001
Blue and green paper kite South Asian #3.003
Junior cricket kit and bag South Asian #3.004
Victoria Jubilee plate, 1887 South Asian #4.001
Brocade South Asian #4.002
Red and white silk saree South Asian #4.003
Tabla Indian drum set South Asian #5.001
Ghijak string instrument South Asian #5.002
Bamboo mat South Asian #6.001
Gold fabric from Pakistan South Asian #6.004
Maroon sari South Asian #6.005
Red kameez South Asian #6.006
Wooden aligator toys (Qty: 3) South Asian #6.007
Blue scroll, tagore hanging South Asian #6.009
Helmet (in box) South Asian #8.003
Cricket Bats (Qty: 2) South Asian #8.004
Hats (Qty: 4) South Asian #8.005
Shirts and Jerseys South Asian #8.006
Gloves South Asian #8.007
Leg Pads South Asian #8.008
Balls (Red and White) South Asian #8.009
Shane Warne Cricket Set (Qty: 2) South Asian #8.010
BDM Cricket Kit South Asian #8.011
Round Flat Rice Basket South Asian #9.001
Ruffled Yellow Wall Hanging South Asian #9.002
Prayer Flags (Qty: 2) South Asian #9.003
Carved Wooden Frame w/ Window South Asian #9.004
Silver Floral Cardamom Box South Asian #9.005
miniature Klickitat basket, both native and Asian charms UIA#15.004
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Black and white newspaper photograph of a float of the Chinese Community… ➤
Newspaper Black and White Photograph entitled "Jewels of Old China"… ➤
Article on the Naturalization of Lew Fing Hai Luke This is a clipped newspaper from "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" about Lew Fung Hai Luke. Luke is the mother of Wing Luke, a city councilman and the first Asian in the Pacific Northwest to hold public office. The article explains why Luke waited 36… ➤
Job Applicationf or Government Clerkship A. This is a job application for a clerkship in Washington, D.C.. Wing Luke was applying to be a clerk/typist at any federal agency or government library. The 4-page application includes information on Luke's work experience, military service,… ➤
Poster in black, white, and red of seven women in south Asian clothing. Reads "Happy New Year" in English
Asian Family Affair Newsletter - Asian Family Affair - printed on white paper with black and white photographs. Front and backpage missing. Centeral article on pp. 5 - 8 is on the Minidoka Relocation Center.
A: Seattle Time November 6, 1996. Sections A and B. Election results. Election of Gary Locke as Washington State Governor. Section B article on election of Locke and column on Locke by Terry McDermott.… ➤
Wah Mee Massacre Articles relating to the Wah Mee Massacre. … ➤
The Asian American issue no. 1, vol. 1 of the Asian American by the Asian Multi-Media Center… ➤
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Beige color paper with blue design outline. top is gold presidental seal. May 1997. Signed by William Clinton Second document is a State of Washington Proclamation signed by Mike Lowrey
30th Anniversary of Wing Luke Asian Museum Letter and Proclamation … ➤
Business Cards and letters… ➤
1995 Guide to Dining in Seattle from Seattle Times Pacific Magazine, Saigon Gourmet restaurant review by Terry McDermott.… ➤
Asian American Posters A: Deems Tsutakawa - "Planet Deems" … ➤
The Color of Honor Press Packet for the film the Color of Honor. … ➤
Heavy 11 X 8" paper folded in half. Service program for George Tsutakawa… ➤
Card stock invitation to the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit P.I. (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest.… ➤
Large Color Poster of Asian American Anti-Homophobia Group… ➤
SS President Taft menus Series of luncheon menus from the SS President Taft a ship of the American Mail Line. Six printed menus and three blank ones. Each has a black and white photograph of an Asian scene - Asian Elephant; terraced fields; Chinese gate.
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Cream colored apper with black printing Presidental Gold Seal at the top. This and the text is within a blue scroll frame 1 " from the edge. It proclaims May, 1997 as Asian?Pacific Heritage Month. Facisimile signature of William Clinton.
Gidra: Monthly for Asian Americans Black cover with white title and multicolored panels of hands. Gidra. "News Views Poetry Art Humor And Fiction of Asian Pacific Islander People in America. 20th anniversary issue.
"Asian Caricatures" Newspaper - International Examiner Article on Asian Caricatures.
Newspaper, tabloid, The Seattle Scroll, September 8, 1997… ➤
White rectangular paper flyer with red ink printing, "The Year of the Dragon."… ➤
Paper Brochure folded in thirds… ➤
Mike Au Yong Oral history interview with Mike Au Yong
Pacita Bunag Oral history interview with Pacita Bunag
Nam Chan Oral history interview with Nam Chan
San San Chen Oral history interview with San San Chen
Van Chu Oral history interview with Van Chu
Jinjor Chun Oral history interview with Jinjor Chun
Jinjor Chun Oral history interview with Jinjor Chun
Jinjor Chun Oral history interview with Jinjor Chun
Yoon Joo Han Oral history interview with Yoon Joo Han
Cari Kennedy Oral history interview with Cari Kennedy
Young-Cha Kim Oral history interview with Young-Cha Kim
Yong Su Kim Oral history interview with Yong Su Kim
Kieu Anh King Oral history interview with Kieu Anh King
Kieu Anh King Oral history interview with Kieu Anh King
Alan Lai Oral history interview with Alan Lai
Nguyen Van Duoc Oral history interview with Nguyen Van Duoc
Nguyen Van Duoc Oral history interview with Nguyen Van Duoc
Nguyen Van Duoc Oral history interview with Nguyen Van Duoc
Odette Polintan Oral history interview with Odette Polintan
Sokha Saing-Fekete Oral history interview with Sokha Saing-Fekete
Sokha Saing-Fekete Oral history interview with Sokha Saing-Fekete
Ira Sengupta Oral history interview with Ira Sengupta
Pok Yi Sin Oral history interview with Pok Yi Sin
Insook Stephenson Oral history interview with Insook Stephenson
Siew Lin Tan Oral history interview with Siew Lin Tan
Paula Taton Oral history interview with Paula Taton
Sar Van Oral history interview with Sar Van
Tom Villanueva Oral history interview with Tom Villanueva
Ng Ting Chit: Chinese Watercolors Flyer for Wing Luke Memorial Museum program of Chinese artist Ng Ting Chit.
Alan Lau's 50th birthday Glossy white fold-out invitation with dark blue printing. It is folded 4 times (folded it is 5" wide). The first section has a portion of art and a poem by Alan Lau. At the bottom is "July 11, 1998". The next 3 composite pages feature photos of Lau… ➤
a: Gray paper with white flecks. It is folded over with the bottom 8th of the back showing. It asks for donations to a fund to collect Asian American Art. At the bottom it says "planting seeds with alan lau". Inside is a form for name and address to… ➤
Glossy white paper poster with color photos and print… ➤
Orange paper cover magazine. … ➤
Dreams and Promises Glossy paper cover booklet with center staple binding (12" x 9"). Cover is light green and black. It is made up of a black and white photo negative of 2 actors, Ken Mochizuki and Bob Lee in "Song for a Nisei Fisherman," taken by Rick Wong. In the… ➤
Glossy white tabloid style newspaper, "Asian Family Affair"… ➤
Glossy white paper cover program with black printing: "Made in America: Annual Asian American Art Exhibition" There are black and white photographs of the art and short bios of the artists.
Glossy white paper cover program with black printing: "Made in America: Annual Asian American Art Exhibition" There are black and white photographs of the art and short bios of the artists.
Glossy paper booklet: "Seattle's Other History: Our Asian-American Heritage," by Edward and Elizabeth Burke. The front cover has six color photographs of the Asian American community in the International District. The text has photos and text about… ➤
East Wind Magazine: Politics and Culture of Asians in the US… ➤
Home Grown: Asian American Experiences From the Pacific Northwest Tan cover booklet of writings by the Asian students Association of University of Washington. Pieces by Donna Lou, Raji Ramulu, David Cassie, Ticiang Diangson, Chris Miyamoto, Bee Bee Tan, Elana Eng, Connie Sugahara, Tina Koyama, Gary Iwamoto, Dean… ➤
Homegrown 2 The second collection of writings by the Asian Student Association of the University of Washington, 1984. Writers include: Shirley Lim, Cathy Song, Tina Koyama, Sharon Hashimoto, Leslie Shinsato, Genny Lim, Kathy Wong, Laureen Mar, Roger Tang, Maria… ➤
Twenty Second Annual Art Auction Wing Luke Asian Museum art auction catalog from November 9, 1990.
KAGO: A Woven Dialog Exhibit program for WLAM exhibition Kago: A Woven Dialog, an exhibiton of the basketry of Master Takesono the utilitarian basketry tradition of Japan and the Pacific NW Contemporary Basket Exhibit.
Asian Family Affair Vol. 3, No. 8 of Asian Family Affair focusing on the building of the King dome in 1974.
Refocusing: A Conference On Asian Stereotypes in the Media Two tan and brown poster with images of Bruce Lee and two other Asian men. the conference waqs held at Pigott Hall in Seattle.
Challenges of the 90's: Asian American Journalists Association 1990 National Convention, New York City- Glossy gray poster with black and white photograph of four Asian American children with cameras.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Equality, empowerment, Excellence Large white poster with a large closeup of an Asian American woman. Red and blue lettering.
Breaking Out White glossy poster with blue to pink graph design and an image of an Asian American woman knelling with hands out stretched. For a multi media Asian American work
Kwan On Wing Six page bound calendar with 2 pages on each page. Color photographs of Asian women.
Washington State Asian Pacific American Archaeology Archaeology Month October 2003 Poster of the event: Washington State Asian Pacific American Archaeology Archaeology Month October 2003
It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene Poster of the exhibit: It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene July 3 to November 30, 2003
Asian American Archaeology-Washington State Archaeology Month 2003 Poster of the event: Asian American Archaeology-Washington State Archaeology Month 2003
2003 OCA Hate Crimes Conference Poster of the event: 2003 OCA Hate Crimes Conference presented by the Organization of Chinese American-Greater Seattle Chapter October 11, 2003 at Asian Resource Center
If Tired Hands Could Talk: Stories of Asian Garment Workers 12-posters Poster of the exhibit: If Tired Hands Could Talk: Stories of Asian Garment Workers May 3, 2001 to February 2002
Southeast Asian Textiles: Life, Culture, History 2-posters Posters of the event: Southeast Asian Textiles: Life, Culture, History October 3 and 5, 2002
Gay Fest 2003 Poster of the event: Gay Fest 2003, celebrating Asian American Heritage Month May 3, 2003
A Differenct Battle Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans 3-posters Posters of the exhibit: A Differenct Battle Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans May 21, 1999-April 9, 2000 (Man Figure)
A Differenct Battle Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans 2-posters Posters of the exhibit: A Differenct Battle Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans May 21, 1999-April 9, 2000 (Women Figure)
Asian Pacific American Community Summit Celebrating Unity and Civic Involvement Asian Pacific American Community Summit Celebrating Unity and Civic Involvement May 29, 2004 at Tacoma Dome
4th Annual Community Awards & Slient Auction Poster of the event: Asian & Pacific Lslander Wellness Center's 4th Annual Community Awards & Slient Auction May 31, 2004 at Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
Pride 4-posters Posters of the event: Pride: Stage/ Pavilion/ Float presented by Asian & Pacific Islander June 24, 2001
Asian Pacific New Year 6th Annual Celebration Poster of Asian Pacific New Year 6th Annual Celebration February 7, 2004
Wing Luke Asian Museum Annual Art Auction 1995 Celebrating Paul Horiuchi Poster of Wing Luke Asian Museum Annual Art Auction 1995
Asian Pacific Islander Men Stand United Against Domestic Violence Poster of preventing domestic violence
A-Fest' 99 5-posters Posters of A-Fest' 99: A festival of Asian American & Asian Performing Arts May 6-23
A Most Unlikely Hero Poster of the event of fim screening and book signing of A Most Unlikely Hero April 26, 2004
Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants 7-posters Posers of the exhibit Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants
Kenny and Dean Bui Oral history interview with Dean and Kenny Bui.
Margaret Hammerstad Oral history interview with Margaret Hammerstad
Quyet Huynh and Dorothy Ng Oral history interviews with Quyet Huynh and Dorothy Ng
Jessica Kim Oral history interview with Jessica Kim
Irene Kuniyuki Oral history interview with Irene Kuniyuki
Irene Kuniyuki Oral history interview with Irene Kuniyuki
Rahul Kuver Oral history interview with Rahul Kuver
Paul Lee Oral history interview with Paul Lee
Young Lee Oral history interview with Young Lee
Peter Loh Oral history interview with Peter Loh
Wah Lui Oral history interview with Wah Lui
Paul Macapia Oral history interview with Paul Macapia
Henry Miyake and Elmer Ogawa Oral history interview with Sadie Yamasakie and Frank on Henry Miyake and Elmer Ogawa
Akemi Miyama Oral history interview with Akemi Miyama
Emily Momohara Oral history interview with Emily Momohara
Michelle Mukai Oral history interview with Michelle Mukai
Pat Nakata Oral history interview withYuri Nakata, wife of Pat Nakata
Johsel Namkung Oral history interview with Johsel Namkung
Yoshio Noma Oral history interview with Yoshio Noma
John Pai Oral history interview with John Pai
Samuella Samaniego Oral history interview with Samuella Samaniego
Teresa Tamura Oral history interview with Teresa Tamura
Barry Wong Oral history interview with Barry Wong
Rick Wong Oral history interview with Rick Wong
Chao-Chen Yang Oral history interview with Jean Yang regarding Chao-Chen Yang
1975 calender. Printed in Chinese and English, each page features a photo of a young asian woman.
Poster advertising conference at Seattle University, June 24th and June 25th, 1983. Conference named "Refocusing: A Conference on Asian Stereotypes and the Media." 2 copies (A+B)
Horoscope for 1982, year of the dog (2 copies, A+B). Features large illustrations of various dog breeds (many East Asian).
King County Recognition Blue paper folder with inset white page recognizing May 1999 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in King county. Signed by County executive Ron Simms
The State of Washington Proclamation Blue faux leather folder with white card stock page proclaming that May 1999 is Asian Pacific American Heritage month in Wasington state. Signed by Governor Gary Locke.
Immigration Exhibit Meeting Tape 1 Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants.
Immigration Exhibit Meeting Tape 2 Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants.
Immigration Exhibit Meeting Recorder 2, tape 1 Taped meeting on exhibit Renewal of America: Voices of Recent Asian Pacific Immigrants.
Northwest Asian Weekly 11th Anniversary Special Magazine Glossy cover magazine. Northwest Asian Weekly Magazine "Asian Pacific American Heritage" With articles and photographs on Asian Pacific American heritage.
Umaijimaya 2000 Calendar Umaijimaya 2000 Calendar, white with red letters with a red design with two dragons in the middle. It says "the Year of the Dragon..The Asian Food and Gift Market"
Mekong Rainer Supermarket Calendar 1999 Mekong Rainer Supermarket Calendar 1999. A bright picture is the cover with an image of an Asian man with a beard in ceremonial dress with a shrine in front of him and two children with him. It is bordered on the edges with a red backround and green… ➤
"Welcome to America" Filipinos: Forgotten Asian Americans, 1938. This poster is reproduced by the Filipino youth activities of Seattle 1998, the poster shows a black and white photo of a hotel foyer that on the door says, " Positively no Filipinos Allowed"
"Korea Unfolds" Exhibition of folk and culture. Tours, Children's crafts, hands-on objects, stories, games and classes." Four copies of Poster: The poster has a photograph of a dragon head mask and a brightly colored house. It is white on the left side with black writing and on the right side there is a calendar that serves as a key to Asian holidays. The date was from… ➤
"Shared Dreams" Images of the Asian and Pacific American Experience in Washington state. this poster is an off white poster with a pink outline of washington state with black and white pictures on it. The photo exhibit and exhibit publication are sponsored by the Washington centennial commission , 89 photos spanning over 100 years.… ➤
"China" three american perspectives Three copies: Olive green poster with a large color photograph of two Chinese terra cotta figures. The photograph is by Don Hamilton, on the top it says "Wing Luke Asian Museum Presents". From November 19th- December 19, 1987
"The Wing Luke Memorial Museum presents the annual Asian American Art Exhibition for 1983, 'One sense of beauty'" The poster is white with a design in purple of flowers in a grid. The writing is in purple.
" A Pear Garden in the West" America's Chinese theater." The poster is on white glossy paper with writing in red and photograph of two Asian actors, one in a mask acting in a scene. A special slide presentation by Dr. Jack Chen. The date is December 2, 1983 - February 4, 1984.
"May I have your attention please!" 14th Annual Asian American Art Exhibition. The poster is red with black writing. It says "May I have your attention please!" 14th annual Asian American Art exhibition presented by the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, July 6-August 11, 1984.
"They did me a great wrong" The poster is filled up with a picture of an Asian girl with an internment camp tag on her coat. It is a black and white photo with a dotted finish. "They did me a great wrong" across the bottom in black letters. This poster is by Paul Goldstein… ➤
" Pok chi Lau's Photographs, Mountains of Gold" The poster has a beige textured backround, black lettering says " Pok Chi Lau's Photographs." A photograph of an elderly Asian couple in their home, march 1980.
" A bridge home: music in the lives of Asian Pacific Americans" the poster has photographs, one large one of a man playing the violin , underneath and to the left is a photo of women's hands on a flute. the photos are by Daran Kravanh, lynn Ogdon, John Pat, Elmer Ogawa, Brad Weeks, Dean Wong
" One song many voices, the asian pacific american experience" The poster is purple, orange and white. It is a new permanent exhibit spanning 200 yrs of community in Wa. state: Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans, Pacific Islanders, South Asians, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and other Southeast Asians. Opens May 1,… ➤
" The First 100 years, Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans" Posters a-n: the poster has a white backround with three black and white posters. The lettering is maroon, with English and Chinese writings. The dates are from March 17 - August 28,1994. " An exhibit of original stories and portraits." The… ➤
" In the west coast's annual Asian American Artist exhibition" The poster is in black and red, the writing in white says, " Joyce Aiko Morinaka, Tom Tanaka, Stephen Tse, Gerald Tsutakawa" June 18-August 2, 1987. A drawing of a child's upper half tied to a box with a mirror image of a face.
"Yunnan, A Photographic Odyssey" The poster is grey and it says "1942-1945, 1985, Scotty Sapiro, Wing Luke Asian Museum. January 29th - March 14, 1987. It has a big photograph of an old man with a beard wearing old fashioned clothing, design by Johnson and Sheffield.
" A different battle stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans" A white poster with a picture of a soldier with a blue uniform wearing glasses, writing in a beige color. A-B male C-D female. May 21, 1999- April 9, 2000.
" Don Hamilton, Photographer" White poster with a photograph of an asian man reflecting on a bench. he is wearing blue clothing and hat with red emblem he is leaning up against a textured wall.
" second asian american film festival" Poster says " October 2-4, 1987 at Kane hall U of W. The design is a yello and green circle wtih a yellow and green star with a 2 in the middle , presented by the international examiner and kingstreet media.
" Asian Pacific Islander American Historical Timeline" the poster is green, purple with white writing in time line form. Photographs line the top right of the poster, big pink box with maroon writing with photographs.
"Through our eyes" 2oth century Asian American Photography of the Pacific Northwest Grey poster with writing in teal, with an eye in teal in a square in the middle. "Wing Luke Asian Museum" written in teal in the lower right hand corner.
Executive order 9066, 50 years before and 50 years after. A historical exhibition on Japanese Americans in Washington White poster with there black and white photographs, 1) basketball team 2) violin players, 3) Asian American veteran
" Renewal of American, voices of recent Asian Pacific immigrants through intimate stories and photographs. The exhibit explores the experiences of immigrants and refugees arriving in the U.S. after 1965, the year when U.S. immigration laws radically changed. The writing in blue and red - map of the United States filled with photos of Asian Americans. (… ➤
" Second Annual Asia Pacific New Year celebration 2000" the poster says, " Art, music, martial arts, demonstrations..." It is a white poster with a pink stripe down the left side. Pink and black writing, color photos of Asian New Years festivities.
" Asian Pacific Heritage Month" A black and white poster, photocopy, a timeline of Asian Americans- significant events with black and white photographs.
" celebrating 25th anniversary, chinatown - international district summer festival Backround of an asian statue with photographs of the festival. The photos are by Harry Conrad and the design is by Alice Phounsaven.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Large black and white photo with a timeline on a maroon backround with small photos highlighting significant events
"Best of the West" The poster is done on brown paper backround, it has three Asian men outlined in black with white accents. November 15- December 21, 1984 aaae winners, " Dennis Morinua, Chi-ling Chan, Arthur Okanzaki."
Shared Dreams 7 - pages of the pasted images and text or "flats" for the publication "Shared Dreams" 12 - copies of the printed version.
Calender from Minidoka Consumers' Co-operative of Hunt, Idaho. Only calender sheet shows December 1945, picture is missing. Small amount of Asian writing is pencil.
APEC Chinatown/International District Visitor's guide Guide published by the International Examiner about the International District. Walking Tour map Family Businesses History
Asian Photo Workshop Black binder with the introduction and Technical information on photography. In two parts. Part I is on Ethics. … ➤
APIA 2000 Bumper sticker 3" x 11" Red, white and blue APIA 2000 Asian Pacific Islander Americans Vote Democratic 2000 Our Vote is Our Voice
Bumper sticker Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Gore Liberman 2000
Our Vote is Our Voice Red, white and blue poster with color photograph. "Our Vote is our Voice: Let's make Sure Asian Pacific American Voices are heard. for generations Democratic policies have helped Asian pacific American families. let's keep Asian Pacific American… ➤
Asian Pacific American for Gore Liberman 2000 Red and blue on white poster "Asian Pacific Americans for Gore Liberman 2000"
Red and blue on white round campaign button. Asian Pacific Island Americans Vote Democrat 2000 Our Vote is Our Voice"
White and red on blue campaign button "Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Gore Lieberman 2000"
Red and blue on white campaign button. "Elect Norm Mineta Our Congressman 13th C.D."
Ergo: the Bumpershoot Literary Magazine The front cover has a reproduction of Alan Lau's "Making Words Sing" mixed media/paper.
Flower Drum Song Black and red program for the Civic Light Opera production of "Flower Drum Song" Included in the cast is Byron Au Yong, Helen Kay, Susan Mayeno, Rod Ouano, Frank Niwa, Phillip Onishi.
Images from a Neglected Past Foldout program for Asian American Resource center, Basement Workshop Inc., for the exhibit: "Images From a Neglected Past: The Work and Culture of the Chinese in America."
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, 1998 Manilla 11 x 17 paper with presidential proclamation of May as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Seattle Asian American Film Festival 2 - Posters for the Seattle Asian American Film Festival held in Seattle, Washington October 26 - 28, 2000. Presented by King Street Media
Petals & Thorns Play script Petals and Thorns by Velina Houston
The Year of the Dragon Play script for the Year of the Dragon by Frank Chin
Asian American Pacific Northwest Conference A Tribute to John Okada Asian American Student Union of the universuty if Oregon sponsors an Asian American Pacific Northwest Conference with a tribute to John Okada
A-fest '99 Poster with overlapping film images entitled "Northwest Asian American Theatre Presents A-fest ' 99 A Festival of Asian American And Asian Performing Arts"
WLAM APA Month List of events sponsored by WLAM for Asian Pacific American Month of May 1999.
Seattle's Chinese Pioneers Seattle's Chinese Pioneers Wing Luke Asian Museum 414 Eighth South 3 - 9 PM Fri, Sat, Sun. Bamboo Image to the left
One Song, Many Voices Exhibition poster for "One Song, Many Voices: The Asian Pacific American Experience" Includes three photographs.
The Wash Northwest Asian American Theatre presents "The Wash"
Miss Minidoka 1943 Northwest Asian American Theatre presents Miss Minidoka 1943
Flowers & Household Gods Black and white printed program and postcards. Northwest Asian American Theatre presents at the Nippon Kan Theatre Flowers and Household Gods
Breaking the Silence Northwest Asian American theatre presents "Breaking the Silence: Japanese Voices in America"
Amerasia Journal Amerasia Journal Vol. I, No. 1 Lowel Chun-hoon, ed.
If Tired Hands Could Talk Wing Luke Asian Museum exhibition poster for If Tired Hands Could Talk
Wing Luke memorial Museum program announcement card 2 - 6 face cards of Wing Luke Memorial Museum programs and events. Including Asian American Artists exhibition; remembrance of Willard Jue; Preview of New museum; Asian Community Appreciation night
Eggs Recipes and information on cooking eggs Asian style.
Notes on Far Eastern Studies in America List of Asian studies in the United States. A section on the University of Washington Asian law libray is marked in red.
Amerasia Journal vol. 1., No. 2
Second In America: the Chinese Second Generation Paper by Roger Woo for Sociology of Asian Americans class.
Yellow Cry School paper by Brian Chow
The Life and Thought of Confucius Reprinted article on Confucius from Asian Culture Quarterly and pages of color images with Confucian proverbs.
AIDS condom use poster Poster in Chinese on the use of condoms to prevent AIDS. sponsored by Northwest AIDS Foundation, Planned Parenthood, and the Asian Pacific AIDS council.
Yellow Pearl Basement Workshop production of various Asian American artists.
Asian Family Affair Asian Family Affair Issues:
Asian Family Affair 24 issues of Asian Family Affair Vol. 1, No. 3,4,5,6, - 7 (OS Archives 2) Vol. 2, No. 2,3,6,9 Vol. 3, No. 7,9 Vol. 4, No. 10 Vol. 5, No. 9 Vol. 6, No. 1,2,3 Vol. 9, No 3, 5 Vol. 10, No. 3,4,5,8 Vol. 11, No. 3 Vol. 14, No. 1 last issue
Wing Luke Asian Museum 5 copies Betacam SP NTSC W. U. #211174 Produced by American Production Services
Wing Luke Asian Museum 5 copies From 3/4 " time code work copy VHS
Wing Luke Asian Museum Chinese Heritage Tour 8 copies Closed Captioned VHS
Wing Luke Asian Museum Chinese Heritage Tour 1 copy 19:50 Open captioned BCSP NTSC Produced by American Production Services
Wing Luke Asian Museum Chinese Heritage Tour 1 copy 19:50 Closed captioned BCSP NTSC Produced by American Production Services
Val Laigo - "Cut" #2 1 copy VHS Produced by the Wing Luke Asian Museum
Val Laigo Tribute by Andre Tiffany 1 copy VHS Wing Luke Asian Museum Art Auction
A Different Battle - Asian American Veterans 2 copies VHS
WLAM - A Different Battle; Stories of Asian Pacific American Veterans Panel Discussion at Seattle Public Library (downtown branch) 1 copy VHS
Wing Luke Asian Museum : Veterans Panel 2 copies VHS
Welcoming the New: Asian American New Years Traditions 2 copies VHS also titled: Welcoming the New: Celebrating Asian New Years in America
A Bridge Home: Music in the Lives of Asian Pacific Americans Taiko Installation Video 1 copy VHS (Repeater) 5:42
A Bridge Home: Music in the Lives of Asian Pacific Americans Luck Ngi Installation video 1 copy (Repeater) 6:32
Renewal of America Video Installation 3 copies VHS Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle WA I DVD copy in DVD Box 1
If Tired Hands Could Talk Stories of Asian Garment Workers 2 copies VHS 59:20
Wing Luke Asian Museum 30th Anniv. -Program Video 1 copy
If Tired Hands Could Talk Wing Luke Asian Museum 1 copy Large Beta Producer; Shannon Gee Stereo Master Length 59:20 VTR #7 Includes CD: Wing Luke Asian Museum - VHS Artwork
Frank Fuji Interview with Frank Fuji. Created for WLAM exhibition Playing For Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports.
New Dialogue Initiative: I Am American: A community Journal A Community Forum Two digital video tapes of the Community Forum Program.
Camp Harmony Two audio cassettes of music and interviews for the Wing Luke Asian Museum exhibition Camp Harmony.
Faces of America 1 - Video Tape Faces of America Hosted by Lori Matsukawa 9 minute production on Asian immigration
Time Asia Time Asia magazine featuring on the cover Asian Heros: Ichiro suzuki and Hidetoshi Nakata
New Year's APA New Year's Traditions 2002 Lion Dance/ Cambodian Music
Celebrating the New 2 - disks Video composite of New Year's celebrations of Chinese, Korean and Cambodian American cultures.
Lantern Floating event DVD of the Green Lake Lantern Floating commemorating the bombing of Hiroshima each August 6th. Created as part of a grant application.
New Dialogue Initiative "I Am American" Panel DVD of the panel discussion for the New Dialogue Initiative "I Am American" 6 - DVDs variations of this program.
Playing For Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports DVD production of sports film for the WLAM Sports exhibit
Its Like That: Hip Hop in the Asian Pacific American Community DVD production of Hip Hop for the exhibition at WLAM.
Playing For Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports DVD production of Sports exhibition at WLAM. … ➤
Playing For Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports DVD production of Basketball for the Playing for Keeps Exhibit at WLAM Hoppin It Up: SCAA & SASC Basketball
Playing For Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports DVD production of Coaches Stories for the Playing for Keeps Exhibit at WLAM Coaches Stories: Training Players, Moulding Lives
Millie Lew of King Cafe. DVD of mini DV interview with Millie Lew of King Cafe, 723 South King.
Gathering Asian American Stories CD of PowerPoint presentation… ➤
Chinese New Year PowerPoint presentation on Chinese New Year by Lynn Lee presented at the Rainier Club on behalf of the museum in 2004.
WLAM Blessing Ceremony WLAM Blessing Ceremony September 10, 2005 Photos by Dorotjy Ng.
WLAM Blessing Ceremony WLAM Blessing Ceremony September 10, 2005 Photos by Dean Wong
Youth Progams Video Copy of public service announcement on Wing Luke Asian Musuem youth programs
Southwest Seattle's Asian Pacific Islander Community Portion of preliminary strudy on the history of the Asian Pacific Islander Community in Southwest Seattle.
Yellow Pearl Basement Workshop production of various Asian American artists.
Fencing/Kendo Video tape used in the WLAM exhibit Playing for Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports. Fencing of Wang Yung and video of Kendo for the video kiosk in the fencing area of the exhibit.
Journey for Justice Interview transcripts of the Asian Pacific American Worker's History Project.
Journey to Justice Three CDs with graphics of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance exhibit Journey to Justice based on their oral history project Asian Pacific American Workers History Project.
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral History Interview with Rhonda Farrar by C. Malia Lowenberg Transcript in binder
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project 3 - tapes of oral History interview with Ron Ho
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral history interview with Robert T. Mizukami. 2 - tapes. First tape missing.
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral History Interview with Sheryl Ray and Kim Evey. Two tapes.
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral history interview with Laurie Yamamura. Three tapes. Transcript in binder
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral history interview with Eiichi Yamashita Two tapes Transcript in binder
Asian Pacific American Workers' History Project Oral history interview with David Yao Three tapes Transcript in binder
2003 Pac Asian Tennis Championship
The New Asian Times Premier issue, The New Asian Times, and issue #2 of monthly newspaper. Published in New York
The Florida Asian American Vol. III, No. 7 The Florida Asian American
Yellow Pearl Basement Workshop production of various Asian American artists.
Wing Luke Asian Museum Board and Auction documents Documents relating to the Wing Luke Asian Museum board and auction as collected the donor and board member. Primarily dated around 1990.
Wing Luke Asian Museum Institutional Marketing Plan Compact Disk WLAM Institutional Marketing Plan in PDF format
1947 Oriental - American Basketball tournament Souvenir program at Seattle College Gymnasium, co-sponsored by Cathay Post 186, American Legion and Nisei veterans Committee.
The Seattle Times - various articles Article clippings from The Seattle Times and possibly other newspapers. 2004.011.025a is "University Men Start Journey to Battle Front," no date; describes the first company of University of Washington students deployed for overseas combat in WWII… ➤
Asian Americans Shaping the 21st Century Asian American Journalists Association 13th Annual National Convention.
Asian Americans For Equality Asian American for Equality 27th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month In Celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month 2000 NAATA proudly presents the national broadcasts of: 6 films.
The 1999 American Courage Award The National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium Presents the 1999 American Courage Award to George Takei
AAPIP Annual Report Asian Americans/ Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy Photograph of Ron Chew and Sharon Maeda at the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
Community Show-Off Northwest Asian American Theater presents: Community Show-off! variety show of community members
Chicago Asian American Showcase Foundation for Asian American Independent Media 6th Annual Chicago Asian American showcase.
San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival San Francisco Asian American Film Festival Call for Entries.
South East Asian Design Records Collection of records from South East Asian Design. Volunteer surveys, history of organization, Burke museum exhibition letters/records, ESL training information packet.
N&M Lumber Company Survey of Race Relations Life History and Social Document Oral history interview with Asian workers at N&M Lumber Company
Interview with Mohan Singh Survey of Race Relations Life History and Social Document Oral history interview with Mohan Singh
Allen, Kevin Oral History Interview with Asian Pacific Islander adoptees
Betts, Teresa Oral History Interview with Asian Pacific Islander adoptees
Erekson, Amada Kay Oral History Interview with Asian Pacific Islander adoptees
Lee, Chris Brown Oral History Interview with Asian Pacific Islander adoptees
Community Asian Kitchen Koeran Women's Association of Washington State in partnership with Asian Pacific Restaurants present Community Asian Kitchen
Asian Enterprise May/June 1996
Diversity, Leadership and Museums: The Representation of Asian Pacific Am Com. Program of the Smithsonian Institution Center for Museum studies held in Los Angeles in 1998. Contains reprints of articles on the presentation of the Asian American community in museums.
One Community Many Voices Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Program Guide '92 Coordinated by the International Examiner
Asian Seattle: Calendar of Events Fold out calendar of events and performances relating to the Asian heritage of Seattle. Bibliography included.
Asian American Film Festival 1981 Program for the 1981 Asian American Film Festival in New York City. Program for June 5 and June 12, 1981
First Annual AAPAA Media Awards Dinner Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists presents the First Annual AAPAA Media Awards March 18, 1985 at the Palace in Los Angeles CA.… ➤
Civil Rights Digest Special issue on Asian Pacific Americans. … ➤
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund Lunar New Year Dinner 1988 AALDEF dinner and Justice in Action Award presentation program Awards to Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga, Irene Natividad, Anthony Tung
Asian Business Association 9th Annual Awards Banquet The Spirit of Unity at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel
Second Annual AAPAA Media Awards Dinner The Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists Media Awards Dinner Program at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel Special award to Keye Luke
Movements: A Calendar of the Asian American Experience Calendar with images of Asian American artists Cold Tofu Great Leap Hiroshima Kinnara Taiko Korean Classical Dance Co Pacific Asian American Writers West
Asian Pacific Islander Men Calendar featuring images of Aian Pacific Islander men.
Living Asian American Pioneers 19th Anniversary of the Seattle Chinese Post & Northwest Asian Weekly Dinner, award program and Action
Miss Minidoka 1943 Program for the play Miss Minidoka 1943 by Gary Iwamoto Printed like an issue of the Minidoka Irrigator Performed for the first time at NWAAT its premire production.
Asian American Policy Review Blue and white book, 101 pages, featuring articles on Asian American relations and public policy.
Asian American Handbook Blue three-ring binder containing printed information, divided into the following sections:… ➤
Mayumi Tsutakawa
Bettie Luke Bettie Luke is the younger sister of Wing Luke and a founder of the museum.
Ben Woo Ben Woo was a contemporary of Wing Luke and a founder of the museum.
Cassie Chinn Cassandra Chinn is the Program and Exhibits Director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum
Ron Chew Ron Chew is the Director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. This is the first of two interviews.
Ron Chew Ron Chew is the Director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. This is the second of two interviews.
Making Asian American Community: The Wing Luke Asian Museum Digital copy of Thesis, photographs, oral history interviews.
Hu Bu Gui (Why don't you come back. ) Tong Xin Shu Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Chi Quin Er Nu (Spoony Couple) Chun Guang Wu Xian Hao Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Duan Chang Hua (Heartbroken) Cai Feng Jing Hun Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Hen Hai Quin Hua Sheng Si Tong Xin Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising two movies: Hen Hai Quin Hua Sheng Si Tong Xin
Ji Gong Huo Fo Xiao Jie Di Zhang Fu (Lady's Husband) Hua Luo Jiang Nan Er Shi Si Qiao Piao Ling Yan Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising four movies: Ji Gong Huo Fo Xiao Jie Di Zhang Fu (Lady's Husband) Hua Luo Jiang Nan Er Shi Si Qiao Piao Ling Yan
Man Nu Mai Xiang Si Da Lei Yu (Thunderstorm) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising two movies: Man Nu Mai Xiang Si Da Lei Yu.(Thunderstorm) "Man Nu Mai Xiang Si" is about how three people found out that they are father, son, and daughter after series of incidents.
Zi Jun Bie Hou (After you left) Hei Se Di Jia Ji (Black Holidays) Gu Feng Shuang Chu Hai Jiao Jing Hun Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising four movies: Zi Jun Bie Hou (After you left) Hei Se Di Jia Ji (Black Holidays) Gu Feng Shuang Chu Hai Jiao Jing Hun
San Nian Yi Ku Er Lang Qiao De Yun Yi Tiao Long (When Luck comes) Tong Tian Shi Fu (Extraordinary Master) Xin Hun Fu Fu (Newlywed) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising four movies: San Nian Yi Ku Er Lang Qiao De Yun Yi Tiao Long (When Luck comes) Tong Tian Shi Fu (Extraordinary Master) Xin Hun Fu Fu (Newlywed)
Yi Lou Feng Yun Ye Gui Ren Wei Nan Le Jia Sao Nan Bei Liang Quing Jia (In-Laws) Tou Xiang Xie Zhai Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising four movies: Yi Lou Feng Yun Ye Gui Ren Wei Nan Le Jia Sao Nan Bei Liang Quing Jia (In-Laws) Tou Xiang Xie Zhai
La Gui Lei Ying Xian Hua Chan Lei Hua Deng Zhao Yu Lang Chu Jia Zong Fu Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising four movies: La Gui Lei Ying Xian Hua Chan Lei Hua Deng Zhao Yu Lang Chu Jia Zong Fu
Zhang Yi Huan Qi (Returning Wife) Ku Ming Yuan Yang (Bitter Romance) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Shuang QIang Lu Wen Long Lang Xin Ru Tie (He has a Heart of Stone) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Cheng Gong Ma Cao Guai Sun (Docile Grandson) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising Two movies: Cheng Gong Ma Cao Guai Sun (Docile Grandson) "Cheng Gong Ma Cao" is a story during the Three Kindoms Period, between Cao Cao and Cheg Gong.
Zi Xia Ping Feng Yu You Lan (Story of You Lan) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising Two movies: Zi Xia Ping Feng Yu You Lan (Story of You Lan) "Feng Yu You Lan (Story of You Lan)" is a story of a girl named You Lan.
Bao Lian Deng (Bao Lian Lamp) Lan Gui Si Feng (Four Sisters) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Jing Lou Mo Ying Cheng Qi Mu Sao Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Bao Lian Deng II (Bao Lian Lamp II) Gu Yuan You Feng Chun Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Chun Man Di Wang Jia (Royal Family) Shen Mi Xiong Sha An (mysterious murder Case) Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Hsiyu Chi- Huo Yan Shan (Journey to the West- Flam Mountain) Hong Niang Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Feng Ge En Chou Wei Liao Qing Qing Ming Shi Jie Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. … ➤
Sao Fu Ren Long Gong Han Fu Ma Chinese language film flyer for Kokusai Theater. Advertising Two movies: Sao Fu Ren Long Gong Han Fu Ma "Sao Fu Ren" is about how two lovers got separated and find their own love afterwards.
French postcards Four French postcards featuring East Asian subjects. 2005.100.001a, titled "The Lombart," features tea container and robed male Chinese figure; 2005.100.001b, titled "Veritable China-China Liquer de Dessert," features bottle of alcohol with female… ➤
TeensWAY at the Wing Luke Asian Museum Booklet in comic book format. Collected works of eight youths who participated in the Wing Luke TeensWAY program. Booklet is end project of five weeks of drawing sessions with Seattle area artist, Justin Norman. 33 pages.
Congressional Record Proceedings and Debates of the 109th Congree, First Session. Vol. 151; No. 62 One page document, white paper, gold leaf, text printed in black ink. Text from congress proceedings concerning Asian Pacific Amerian Heritage Month (May).
Central Youth and Family Services Documents affliated with the Central Youth and Family Services (CYFS) of Seattle, WA Asian American Heritage Community Celebration. One business card for Kathy Cox, executive secretary, black ink with company logo, on white card; one single sheet,… ➤
If Tired Hands Could Talk: Stories of Asian Garment Workers Single sheet folded "take home guide," green and black ink, from the "If Tired Hands Could Talk" exhibit (May 3, 2001 - February, 2002) at the Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle, WA. Exhibit context, textile industry historical timeline, word search… ➤
Takuji Yamashita Washington State Bar ceremonial induction Documents associated with the March 1, 2001 ceremonial induction of Takuji Yamashita to the Washington State Bar. One single sheet flyer, black ink on blue and white paper, "Asian Pacific Islander Community Reception for the family of Takuji… ➤
Call to Action: Platform for Asian Pacific Americans National Policy Priorities 2004 65-page stapled document that includes the following introduction: … ➤
Asian American Film Festival Asian American Film Festival Catologue, 1981
Marcos Regime on Trail Asian American Film Festival Catologue, 1981
Life of the Land A performance brochure. 'Life of the Land' was presented at the Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, June 2-20, 1987
20th Annual NAAAP National Convention An event brochure of the 20th Annual Convention of National Association Asian American Professionals.
The Founding Sisters 100 of A.P.A.W.L.I. An invitation of the membership of the Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute
Building Bridges...2003 Annual Report AAPIP The annual report of Asian Americans/ Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy
9th Annual EDI Graduation Dinner An event brochure of the 9th Annual Graduation Dinner of the Executive Development Institute at November 12, 2002. The EDI was founded in 1994 under the guidance and direction of the Japanese American Chamber of Commerce. It was created to attract… ➤
11th Annual American Courage Awards An event brochure of the 11th Annual American Courage Awards, presented by Asian American Justice Center. The event was held at The National Press Club, Washington DC, October 10, 2007.
9th National Training Conference A conference newsletter. The conference was held by National Association of Professional Asian American Women at Bethesda, Maryland, April 12-14, 1995.
Pacific and Asian Americans The brochure was published in Engage/ Social Action, April, 1983.
############################################################################################################################################################################################################################################################### Two reports in one newsletter. The reports are presented by National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium, with the assistance of Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, and… ➤
30 Something One brochure and documents of the NWAAT(the Northwest Asian American Theatre) 30th anniversary celebration, honoring Tama Tokuda for her life long contribution to the arts.
Chinese recociliation project Documents associated with the Chinese Reconciliation Park. One printed sheet from the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation website (www.crpftacoma.org); one photocopy of an undated International Examiner article, "Tacoma planning park to… ➤
Proclamation - Wing Luke Asain Museum Day Proclamation mounted in hardcover. Cover is dark blue and features "The State of Washington" and the seal of the state of Washingon in gold. Proclamation is printed with green and black ink on white paper, marking March 16th as Wing Luke Asian… ➤
Calligraphy and documents associated with the Wing Luke Asian Museum Kiosk project. One copy of an email sent from John Pai to Lynn Lee, requesting assistance in writing in calligraphy the translation for 38 listed English words, includes print… ➤
ID A: The International District: Chinatown and Little Saigon Businesses and what to see in the ID B: Laminated map of the ID with the origianl location of the Wing Luke Asian Museum or Wing Luke Memorial Museum marked in red.
Orientalism Postcard Advertising exhibition of works by Margo Machida and Charles Yuen at the Asian Arts Institute in New York.
Postcard Red paper advertisment for Loni Ding's film "With Silk Wings: On New Ground" a look at ten Asian American women who are on new ground in their work.
Binder of information on the Japanese American exhibit at the Wing Luke Asian Museum, Executive Order 9066, fifty years before and fifty years after in 1992.
Collection of information on exhibition on Japanese American history by Ryo Tsai and the Nippon Kan Heritage Association for presentation at the Seattle Public Library in 1980 as part of its This City Seattle - Asian Seattle program.
Asian Family Affair Vol. 2, No. 3, 5 6, 7, 8, 9, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, Vol. 4, No. 2, 3, 4, 8, 10 Vol. 5, No. 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, Vol. 7, No. 6 Vol. 12, No. 1
Church and Society Special Issue: Asians in America… ➤
Yellow Peril Reconsidered Asian American/ Canadian art works
East Wind Magazine Vol. 1, No. 1; No. 2 Vol. 2, No. 1 Vol. 3, No. 1 Vol. 4, No. 1 Vol. 7, No. 1
Jade: An Asian American Magazine Vol. 5, No. 3
Gidra: Monthly of the Asian American Experience Newsprint magazine January 1971, Vol. III, No. 1 April 1971, Vol. III, No. 4 September 1971, Vol. III, NO. 9 October 1971, Vol. III, No 10 March 1972, Vol. IV, No 3 April 1972 Vol. IV, No 4 May 1972 Vol. IV, No 5 June 1972, Vol. IV, No. 6
Asian Family Affair Asian Family Affair Seattle Asian American magazine Vol. 5, No. 4 Vol. 5, No. 6 Vol. 6, No. 1
Dare To Struggle Vol. 1, No. 1
Jensenism: A Closer Look SDS pamphlet
Asian American Women Journal Stanford University
Yellow Pearl
Indo-American Business Pages Washington 2005
Miscellaneous newspaper articles and documents about the theatre.
Documents of the Northwest Asian American Theatre
The 1993 Community Showoff Poster Black and white The 1993 Community Showoff December 4, Nippon Kan Theatre
Winter Fest '97 Poster Yellow, red, and black Winter Fest '97 Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black and white Who Killed the Dragon Lady Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black and white 1994 Community Show Off Nippon Kan Theatre
Poster Green, black, and white Twinkle Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Purple, pink, and white Winterfest '93 Theatre Off Jackson
Poser Blue, white, and black Winterfest '98 The Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Purple, grey, and white Winterfest '95 Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Green, black, and white Uncle Hideki Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black and white Stills Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Blue, white, and black Please Choose One Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, black, and white The Dance and the Railroad Theatre Off Jackson
Poster White, pink, green Winter Fest '91 Northwest Asian American Theatre
Poster Black and white China Doll Northwest Asian American Theatre 409 Seventh Avenue S. at Jackson ST.
Poster Black, white, and green Straight NWAAT 7th & Jackson
Poster Black and white 14th Annual Community Show-off Nippon Kan Theatre
Poster Blue and black Deems Tsutakawa & The Living Band Theatre-Off-Jackson
Poster Red, green, black, blue, yellow, purple, and orange Six Ways to Say Life Northwest Asiain American Theatre corner of 7th & Jackson
Poster Blue, red, and white The Dodo Vaccine Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, grey, and white Empress of China Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Brown, black, and white Sharing the Spotlight Northwest Asian American Theatre Bellevue Athletic Club
Poster Brown, black, and white Traces Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Purple and white Uncle Bob's Neighborhood Nippon Kan Theater
Poster Red, white, and black The 7th Annual Community Show Off 409 7th Avenue South
Poster Blue, purple, white, and black Hiro Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black and white 20th Anniversary Gala North West Asian American Theatre Washington Athletic Club
Poster Blue, yellow, and white Cleveland Raining Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, black, and white Letters to a Student Revolutionary Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Pink, grey, white, and black Eye of the Coconut Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, brown, and black Age of Wonders Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Blue, black, and Yellow Song for a Nisei Fisherman Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, white, and purple Origami Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black, white, and orange Fifth of July Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black, red, and white The Dream of Kitamura Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, purple, yellow, white, and black Dreamweaver Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black, brown, purple, green, and white Monkey King: The Transformation Theater Off Jackson
Poster Yellow, black, and white Community Show Off Nippon Kan Theater
Poster Black, white, orange, yellow, red, and purple 1984 Northwest Asian American Theatre Calendar of Events Northewest Asian American Theatre
Poster Pink, black, and white Shocase '93 Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Black and white Breaking the Silence Nippon Kan Theater
Poster Black and white Love Sutras Northwest Asian American Theatre 409 Seventh Avenue South
Poster Red, black, and white Yeb-Yang-Ah "Whose kid is that?" Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, white, and black 12-1-A Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Pink, black, and white Janie Bigo Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, white, and green FOB Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Brown and white A-fest '99 Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Blue and white Afest 409 Seventh Avenue South at Jackson Street
Poster Red, brown, and black And the Soul Shall Dance Theatre Off Jackson
Poster Red, black, and white I Remember Mapa Northewest Asian American Theatre
Trifold brochure "Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)" 2002 general organizational brochure including programs, scheduled events, and board/staff roster Sage green & Natural fiber color
Tri-fold brochure "The Beginning of Change - The Difference is Us" 1994 Clinton-Gore administration summary brochure of activity relating to APIAs, including the text of the Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month bill. White
"Survey Says..." Volume 1, No. 1 Asian Pacific American Legal Center A Report of the Asian Pacific American Legal Center's Exhit Poll Project and the March 2000 Elections
Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies 2002 Asian Pacific American Candidates As of August 5, 2002 List of State and Congressional APIA elected officials
US States with Largest Asian American Population, 2000 Prepared by Pei-te Lien, Associate Professor, University of Utah
Voting Language Assistance Juridictions Announced Press release from the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium. Reporting expanded language assistance jurisdictions for elections based off of 2000 census
FACT SHEET: 2000 Census Update of Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium Reporting changes concerning language written and oral assitance in certain voting districts.
Asian Pacific American Hertiage Month Celebration at Botanical Gardens Talking Points Prepared for Secretary Henry G. Cisneros
Asian American Access to Democracy in the NYC 2001 Elections Asian American Legal Defence And Education Fund An assessment of the NYC Board of Elections compliance with the language Assistance Provisions of the Voting Rights Act
Personal letters and papers of Benjamin Woo, President of the Wing Luke Memorial Museum. 1969-1972, mainly 1970.
Various Wing Luke Memorial Museum documents and Chinese Community Service Organization documents.… ➤
Various documents from the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1973-1974. Annual Report (1973), "Textiles of Asia" Exhibit program and documents (1974), Various event flyers (1973-1974).
Various documents from the Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1973.… ➤
Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1972. Receipts, invoices, flyers, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Dec 1, 1972).
Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1971. Receipts, invoices, flyers, tickets, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Nov 12, 1971).
Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1970. Receipts, invoices, flyers, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial Museum Floating Art Auction (Nov 13, 1970). Photo negatives of publicity shots from Floating Art Auction.
Various documents relating to the "Seattle's Chinese Pioneers" Exhibit (1970). Receipts, invoices, notes, and letters for the Wing Luke Memorial.
Various documents relating to the Floating Art Auction, 1969.… ➤
Various documents relating to the "The Art of Origami" Exhibit, 1970. Color slides, origami, origami instruction booklets, receipts, invoices, flyers, design sketches, and letters related to "The Art of Origami" Exhibit (Aug 9 - Oct 31, 1970).
Various documents relating to the "Chinese Wood Block Prints: From the Collection of Mr. Shang-Yi Wang" Exhibit, 1969.… ➤
Follow-up on Concil Recommendations in the Asian American Public Hearing Report, " Discrimination Against Asians" Status Report to the Asian American Advisory Council
Minidoka: 35 Years After Asian Family Affair Vol. 6 No. 5 August-September 1977
The State of Asian Pacific America: Policy Issues to the Year 2020 A Public Policy Report Executive Summary The LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center co-published
No title and date The content is about Asian communities at Yakima Valley
Speaker's Manual on Affirmative Action The Manual was presented by National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium
Perspective on Affirmative Action...and Its Impacts on Asian Pacific Americans Published by the LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute
Growing Asian Enrollment Redefines UC Campuses Asians: Rising Numbers Lead to Fear of Backlash By Seo, Diane, presented in Los Angeles Times, December 27, 1995 One original and one copy
They Looked Like the Enemy: The Peculiar Wars of America's Asian-Pacific Veterans Pacific Northwest The Seattle Times Magazine, June 13, 1999
Missing Link: the Newsletter of Asian Management Business Assoiation Two newsletters: August 1989 (Vol.4 No. 4) and May 1990 (Vol.5 No. 3).
The Queer Asian Oral History Exhibition An exhibit brochure. The exhibit is at the Wingluke Asian Museum, October, 1996.
International Examiner Two 'International Examiner': February 21, 1990 (Vol. 17 No.4) and May 2, 1990 (Vol. 17 No. 9).
What is Initiative 200? Political brochure produced to fight Washington State Initiative 200 in 1998 by the Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality. Initiative 200 ended affirmative action in Washington State.
Keeping APACE Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality newsletter from July/August 1999. Inside this Newsletter: Seattle City Council and King County Council Candidates Community Form; SAFECO Stadium; Six Months after 1-200; International District Street… ➤
What is APACE? Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality one page explanatory sheet that gives APACE history, mission, board members and accomplishments
Asian Americans and Affirmative Action Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality, APACE, one page document explaining affirmative action and why it is still needed.… ➤
Bush Asia Annex Blueprints Bush Asia Annex blue prints of renovation to house Wing Luke Asian Museum and Northwest Asian American Theatre
Confucius Say Song sheet Faux Asian writing and Asian man characature
Chin-Chin Chinaman Song sheet Characatures of 2 Asian men
Chong He Come From Hong Kong Song sheet Characature of Asian boy
Ching Chong Song sheet Characature of Asian man painting a lantern
All Aboard for Chinatown Song sheet Characatures of Asian men
Chinese Lullaby featured in East is West Song sheet Sheet music with photo of actress in Asian costume
My Dreamy China Lady Song sheet Illustration of Asian man with long pigtail seranading woman in building
Otaki Ta-Tao or Chinese One Step Song sheet Photo of Olga and Sidney Illustrations of faux Asian persons dancing
Sing Toy's Lullaby Song sheet Abstract Asian woman and boy
Chinky Blues Song sheet Orange printing on beige Illustration of Asian dancer and band
Hi-Lee Hi-Lo Which means in Chinese I Love You Song sheet Yellow and blue cover And in faux Asian dress and pigtails. Men in faux Asian dress and pigtails behind them.
Sing Song Girl Chinese Intermezzo Song sheet Orange lettering with photo of Faux Asian woman
The Cheerful Chinaman Song sheet Color cover with B & W photo of Caucasian man as Asian man.
My Oriental Rose Song Waltz Song sheet Illustration of Cacasian man with Asian woman.
Chinese Laundry Blues Song sheet Black and white Photo of performer, Illustration of Asian man doing laundry and Asian woman .
Chung Lo A Chinese Monkey Doodle Song sheet Grotesque Characature of Asian man with pigtail and long fingernails holdoing a fan.
Limehouse Blues Song sheet Photo of Lucille Bremer and Fred Astaire. Astaire has Asian characteristics
China Doll Piano Solo Song sheet Brown ink illustration of Asian girl.
Lonesome Little China Doll Song sheet Orange and blue illustration of Asian girl
Chinky Lee Vocal One Step Song sheet Yellow cover wtih illustration of Asian man with pigtail.
Sometime Song Song sheet Photo of band. Asian men in costume - "Pickards Chinese - Syncopators
Chinky Chinee Boogie Man Song sheet Illustration of Asian man as a ghost
China Doll Song sheet Illustration of Asian woman
The China Clipper Piano Solo Song sheet Illustration of Asian barber
Collier's Magazine Cover Color illustration of downed Japanese war plane. Characatures in life raft of 2 apes with Asian features, Rising Sun emblems on flight hats.
Collier's Magazine Cover Color illustration of Characature with ape like features of Asian in military uniform holding Mein Kampf
Call to Colors Magazine Cover Illustration of persons in Stereotypical Asian garb.
Web of Evil Comic Book Illustration for story Terror in Chinatown. Characature of face of Asian man.
Postcard Colorillustration of characature of Asian man. "I'm very pleased"
Postcard Color illustration of characature of Asian man, "I'm very interested"
Heathen Barometer Postcard Illustration of Asian man "Heathen Barometer"
Celluloid Corset Clasps Card Color illustration of 3 Asian people in a laundry.
Curwen Stoddart & Bro. Card Color illustration of Asian man with platter and chopsticks and a cat with a rat.
James Mallon, Florist Card Color illustration of Asian man serving drinks to Asian woman.
James Mallon, Florist Card, Color illustration of Asian man giving flowers to Asian woman.
Envelope Stereotypical caricature of an Asian soldier holding his weapon. The words read: "In the Philippines, at Okinawa, Iwo Jima, Guam, and in fact all over the Pacific, the Allies are massed for the blow to push Japan down and out. "
Small black notebook with "Notes" printed on cover. First few pages contain scribbled notes in an Asian language, rest are blank.
Sex in Seattle Episode 2, Other Women Poster Asian American play Sex In Seattle Performed by Serin Ngai, Chole Ahn, Kathy Hsieh, Colleen Parker. Signed by the actors and director.
Dream in a Contemporary Secret Garden Asian artists in 2 venues in New York
Asian in America: Challenges For the Presbyterian Church (USA) Report Asians In America Institutional Racism
ex-plan-asian Newsletter ex-plan-asian the Official Newsletter of the Asian American Writer's Workshop Vol. 1, No. 4
AAJS Newsletter of the Asian American Journalists Association Newsletter Fall 1993
Oral History Interview Luzviminda Marcotte
Oral History Interview Maree Che-Ness
Oral History Interview Kimberly Foster
Oral History Interview Nari Baker
Oral History Interview Sarah Kim Randolph
Oral History Interview Chris, Mark and Alice Canlis
Oral History Interview Harpreet Gill
Oral History Interview Tam Nguyen
Oral History Interview Jaswinder Singh
Oral History Interview Sam Ung, Dawn Cropp
Oral History Interview Chet Sidhu
Oral History Interview Pranee K Halvosen
Oral History Interview Bea Kiyohara
Oral History Interview Rachael Yang
Oral History Interview Peter Buza
Oral History Interview Jennie Ly
Oral History Interview Hom Family
Oral History Interview Maxine Loo
Oral History Interview Chuck Chinn
Busy Little Rickshaw Boy Sheet Music with cover illustration of Asian man pulling a rickshaw with colonialist paddenger
NorthWest South Asian Buiness Directory 2002-03 For the South Asian community Business directory of Washington
Calendar Asian American and Pacific Islander Civil Rights
International Examiner article titled, "From I.D. neighborhood paper to Asian American community voice" by Gary Iwamoto. Article about the history of the International Examiner. 14 June 1994.
Northwest Asian Weekly article titled, "Cindy Domingo's commitiment ot the community is unswerving in the face of adversity" by Deni Luna. Article about following; Earlier this year, [Cindy Domingo] was at the core of organizing efforts for two… ➤
Seattle Times article titled, 'Wards Cove Lawsuit Back in Court Again" by Stuart Eskenazi. Article about following: The U.S. Court of Appeals will hear the fifth appeal tomorrow of a 25-year old civil rights action involving Filipino and Asian… ➤
Internatoinal Examiner article titled, "Labor Organizer Tyree Scott Passes Away at Age 63." Author unknown. Artile about following: In 1972, along with Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes, [Tyree Scott] built LELO, uniting Black, Asian and Latino workers… ➤
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Home from the Eastern Sea: The Story of Asian Americans in Washington State A proposal for a one-hour public television documentary about the story of asian Americans in Washington,.
Asian/Pacific Initiative Study of the definition of an "underserved" population. Recommendations to better serve the needs of Asian/Pacific Islanders. Department of Social and Health Services breifing on Asian/Pacific Initiative. Minority Affairs Initiative.
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Free Afro-Asia, No. 1 A publication of the American Afro-Asian Educational Exchange. Featured article is titled, "Sino-Soviet Split?" Discusses the relationship between China and the Soviet Union, and whether or not disagreements are actually beneficial to captalist… ➤
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I Was Looking for a metaphor for Something Asian American Blauvelt, Wm.
Wing Luke - A Shared Vision Celebrating 30 Years of Community Detera, Eydie Calderon
International Flavor: No need to travel abroad - a rich array of Asian foods is available here Blake, Judith Reporter Judith Blake lists places where you can purchase Asian food and vegetables in the Chinatown/International District.
New Finds Suggest Even Earlier Trade on Fabled Silk Road Wilford, John Noble Short history of the silk trade through history that includes new discoveries in Egypt, Germany and Greece that indicate the trade began many centuries before the historical records indicate, perhaps as early as 1000 BC. Also some details on plans… ➤
Census Perpetuates Myth of Asian Success Chang
Ben Yorita Retires After Years of Teaching Asian History Chin
Tribute to Asian Workers
Chinatown walk: History, culture - more than just restaurants Schwartz, Susan Report takes the reader on a tour of the Chinatown/International District. Includes restaurants, stores, and community gathering spaces.
Asian Theater Project Runs Out of Money Johnson, Wayne
Asian - American Writers find Publisher: Themselves Tsutakawa, Mayumi Shawn Wong
Housing Renaissance Kreisman, Lawrence Article featuring the housing developments in the Chinatown/International District. Includes a list of buildings/hotels and pictures.
Kokusai: 60 Years of Asian Films Kyomizu
Asian Community Suffers in Shooting's Aftermath Reed, Lauri
Cannery Workers' Union Emerges from War Years and McCarthy Era Viernes Alaska Canneries, Immigrants, Unions
Chinese Restaurant Ware and Its Importance To Asian American Archaeology Creighton, Amber This study concerns Chinese restaurant ware in the Asian American Comparative Collection, University of Idaho, and one of the major suppliers of Chinese reataurant ware, F S Louie of Berkeley California.
A different view of the Iraq war Iwasaki, John
Seniors' oasis needs nurturers Tizon, Alex The Danny Woo Community Garden in the Chinatown/International District is looking for young Asian Americans to tend the gardens. Currently, only elders are tending it and there are a lot of transients and drug dealers.
Engage, Empower, and Explore - History Museum Dialogue Sanderson, Jill E.
Southern California's Family Album Rivera Asian Americans in L.A. from "Shades of L.A.: Pictures From Ethnic Family Albums"
Fear and Anxiety Permeate Arab Enclave Near Detroit Pierre, Robert E.
Sewing for the American dream Szabo, Liz 3 articles relating to Garment Workers, all by the same authors:… ➤
"Home" of Asian Weekly newspaper collapses Derr, Erik Wong The Kokusai Theater in the Chinatown/International District collapses. No one was injured and 2 businesses had to close.
Store, era closing Beason, Tyrone The closing of Wa Sang grocery, open in the Chinatown/International District since 1928.
Last reel for Kokusai Theater Keene, Linda Kokusai Theater in the Chinatown/International District collapses. Includes history of the building and how it collapsed.
Virus fears hammer travel firms: SARS ground many Asian, Canadian trips Heyamoto, Lisa The SARS outbreak in Asia in 2004 has hurt many travel agencies that specialize in Asian travel. Robert Ha, manager of Asia Travel is interviewed.
Asian Americans go Rural Matthee, Imbert Discrimination, Korean Immigrants
Outbreak of SARS creates anxiety in Asian community Vuong, Mary
Asian American Soldiers faced the Enemy and Prejudice Ho, Vanessa Discrimination, W.W. II Veterans
The first driving lesson: 'Which one is the gas pedal?' Stripling, Sherry
Old Painting Causes Protest of Asian Americans; Owner considers taking it down
Poster at Puck's called anti - Asian A poster at ObaChine, a restaurant run by Wolfgang Puck, shows an advertisement for a colonial French tea company, featuring a yellow skinned man with a long braid and slanted eyes drinking tea.
City's Roots - Asian Seattle: Library Program will Include Cooking, Tours, Displays and Culture Duncan, Don Seattle library program on Asian Seattle featured speakers, demonstrations and exhibits on Seattle's Asian American citizens
Asian Americans try to come home The place of the Chinatown/International District in the community in the shadow of the Kingdome. Myths about the CID explain what the community needs to fix in the neighborhood.
Visiting Seattle's Far East section Belanger, Herb Ed Burke's Dowtown Seattle Far East Tour (Chinatown Tour). Tours visit the significant places in the Chinatown/International District.
Community Building and Placemaking: Eleven Projects for Neighborhood Revitalization in Seattle's Chinatown-International District Hou, Jeffrey A report on redesigning the Chinatown/International District with the community's input. 11 proposals were suggested by students from the Department of Landscape Architecture at University of Washington. Includes interviews with local organizations.
Acclaimed Documentary Makes Its Second Seattle Appearance "Beyond Barbed Wire" the story of the 442nd during WWII.
Celebrate Mid - Autumn Festival with Moon Cakes Mar Story of moon cakes and recipie for SAi Mai Tay.
They Don't Call It the Kong Yick For Nothing: The Wing Luke and its First Documentary Video Release Omori, Chizu About the film "Finding Home in Chinatown: The Kong Yick Buildings."
Central Students Find Asian Authors have a lot to Offer
Fred Houn and the Asian American Art Ensemble: the Music is Clear and Compasionate
Hmong Leader Honored Yim Blia Xiong receives 1996 Asian Counseling and Referral Community Recognition Award
The Fifth Annual Asian Pacific American Community Voice Awards International Examiner Lea Armstrong, Emmanuelle Chi Dong, Ray Chin, Nemesio Domingo, Jr.
In the Realm of the Senses: The Works of Mel Chin
Inside Chinatown Larsen, Katrine A tour around the Chinatown/Internatonal District. Includes history, interesting facts, and highlights of places.
Wing Luke Asian Museum: Culture and Community Glowen, Ron Article featuring a review of the WLM exhibit, "Beyond the Rock Garden: Craft Forms for a New World." Includes how the Museum has been supported by the community, both financially and physically.
Crosscurrents UCLA Asian American Studies Center
Wing Luke Memorial Museum Is Started A ceremony marks the beginning of the development of the Wing Luke Memorial Museum.
Venture no Farther Than The International District For a Sampling of Asia Anderson, Hilda Tour of Chinatown/International District
Union Station may become museum's new home Wong, Dean Several museums interested in moving into Union Station, including Wing Luke Museum, the Burke Museum, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), and the Washington State Historical Society.
Asian American artist support WLAM is looking to fund their Pioneer Asian American Artist exhibit.
East meets Northwest at the Wing Luke Hackett, Regina Featuring the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "They Painted from Their Hearts: Pioneer Asian American Artists." Focuses on the artists that contributed to the exhibit.
"Out of Focus": Wing Luke Provides Clear Look at Strereotyping Luna, Deni Review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes a look at racial discrimination in relation to the exhibit.
Wing Luke Asian Museum opens two new exhibits Kim, Peter D. Review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes a brief look at the exhibit, the people who worked on it, the exhibit's programs, and the sponsors. Additionally, there is a brief mention of the Museum's New Year exhibit "Asian New… ➤
Exhibit defies the power of stereotypes Bustillo, Miebeth R. Review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Includes highlights of some of the pieces and who was behind the exhibit.
'Where are you really from?' Holdcroft, Leslie Review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes a look at some of the objects and the history of Asian American racial discrimination.
Twisted Visions: From villain to plaything to servant, exhibit catalogs litany of Asian American stereotypes Ho, Vanessa A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes a look at the examples of the steretypes and the history of Asian American racial discrimination.
Fu Manchu's legacy Hahn, Sumi A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes taking a look at the issue of racial discrimination in the media.
Asian stereotyping: Out of focus, out of time, out of line... Honda, Harry K. A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes quotes from members of the Asian American community on Asian American racial discrimination.
Out of Vietnam De Leon, Ferdinand "Twenty years After the Fall of Saigon"
Vietnamese Tell Post-War Story Emanuel, Ann "Twenty years After the Fall of Saigon"
Exhibit is Testimony to Struggle, Triumph of City's Chinese Americans Bouillon,Donna Harui "The First 100 Years: Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans
Chinese oral history exhibit links present, past generations Del Rosario, Carina A. The Wing Luke Museum's oral history project "The First 100 Years: Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans." Includes interviews with Project Coordinator John Pai and staffer Cassie Chinn.
Listening In: Chinese Americans pass on their untold stories in Wing Luke Museum's oral history project Iritani, Evelyn Article on Wing Luke Museum's oral history project on Chinese Americans.
Internment exhibit is a stunner Ament, Deloris Tarzan A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years After." The exhibit includes photos, furniture, and art from the Japanese American Internment.
WLAM Norris Executive Order 9066
Film Review Jew, Doris J. Jew Asian American soldiers and the Asian wars they fought in.
Wing Luke Asian Museum features collection treasures Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "Woven Legacies: Following Clothing from East Asia to Seattle" featuring clothing from the Museum's collection and from local families.
Welcoming the New: Wing Luke exhibit shows the rich Asian celebrations of the new year Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "Welcoming the New: Celebrating Asian New year in America" featuring Hmong, Cambodia, Asian Indian and Chinese.
Defiance and deliverance De Leon, Ferdinand M. Chiune Sugihara, Japanese Consul to Lithuania helped Jews get visas to leave Europe. Includes history of a local couple he saved.
We gather together... International District unites as the piggy turns Hahn, Jon The seventh annual Pig Roast. First started by Uncle Bob Santos, it is now a community party. Includes history of the Roast and how it's brought the neighborhood together.
Sugihara's List Abe, Debby 2 articles: … ➤
It's in the Retelling of Our History that We Find the Heroes Cassidy
Top Achievers of 1995: The Best of Puget Sound Highlights Ron Chew, then director of the Wing Luke for the work he has done with the museum and his National Award for Museum Service.
Wing Luke to showcase Pinoy artists A call for art for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest.
Touring Our Asian Heritage Wong, Dean Follows Charlene Mano on a tour of the Museum.
Asians emerge from the shadows Abe, Debby A look at the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "One Song, Many Voices," which features all types of ethnicities within the Asian American community.
Living history: Students get opportunity to connect their future to this collective past Cronin, Mary Elizabeth Ron Chew gives University of Washington students a tour of the Chinatown/International District. The students will conduct oral histories of residents in the neigborhood to include in the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "One Song, Many Voices." Includes… ➤
A Song For a Nisei Fisherman Gotanda, Philip Kan Northwest Asian American Theatre presents a Philip Kan Gotanda and Marc Hayashi musical
Asian Heritage Month 1998 Events Asian Heritage Month
Hip-Hop, Asian style Hackett, Regina A look at the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene." Includes interviews with curator George Quibuyan, Darvin and Hoven Vida, and Nestor Rodriguez.
Crosscurrents UCLA Asian American Studies Center
Seattle's Asiantown Like Any Other Chan, Anthony Article: Anthony Chan's opinion of the Chinatown/International District. He writes that the District is "sleazy" and the restaurants have "bad Chinese food."… ➤
Asian American Audiences and Public Broadcasting Hur, K Kyoon
FAX: First Profile of AsianPacific Americans in U.S. Economy Reveals Pockets of Prosperity, Poverty. Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc.
Asians Terrorized in Housing Projects Chin, Steven
Asian Pacific American Democrats Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Asian Pacific Caucus
Housing in Metropolitan Areas - Asian or Pacific Islander Households Bureau of the Census
Locke Step Liu, Eric Profiles Gary Locke and his potential to be a representative Asian American politician. During his campaign, he played to his immgrant family history, Chinese work ethic, and the stereotype of Asian American virtue.
NAATA Tenth Anniversary National Asian American Telecommunications Association
Asian Pacific Islander American Candidates election results 1994
Civil Rights Issues Facing Asian Americans in the 1990's United States Commission on Civil Rights
2003 Spring High School All-Stars Seattle Post Intelligencer
Contact List Historic List Wing Luke Asian Museum Musical groups for information about Asian American music and a list of historic Asian American musicians
Index to "A Bridge Home" exhibit's information Wing Luke Asian Museum Index to three volumes of interviews, musician lists and relevant articles.
A Bridge Home Exhibit Vol. I, Music by Ethnic Group Wing Luke Asian Museum Information on Asian and Asian American music by ethnic gorup.
A Bridge Home Exhibit Vol. II, Articles on Musicians Wing Luke Asian Museum
A Bridge Home Exhibit Vol. III, Transcribed Interviews Wing Luke Asian Museum Interviews with Hanzaburo Araki, G, Fujii, I. Christian, Karla Cruz, Eyind Kang, Primo Kim, Daran Kravanh, Henry Louie, Nature Boyz, Yoshio Tomita, Sam Yee
Asian Caracatures on "Oriental" Salad Dressing Spark Uproar, Protest Del Rosario Clayton Chinn protests QFC's selling of racial product
22nd Annual Chinatown/International District Summer Festival Official Program Guide Program guide to the Chinatown/International District's Summer Festival. Includes a tour of the many businesses of the CID and a list of performers and activities.
Asian American Image Posters Seattle Public Schools Guide to posers of famous Asian Americans. 3 sets in the library. Additonal information in "The Role of Racial Minorities in the United States. "
Senator Offends Asian Americans Farragher, Thomas
Beyond Manzanar: A Personal View of Asian American Womanhood Houston
Asian American Image Posters 2 A set of 40 black and white posters of famous Asian Americans. The posters are in two sets on the oversize shelf. (Top)
The Japanese American Family Kitano, Harry H. L. Chapter 1 from "Asian-Americans: Social and Psychological Perspectives Volume II" … ➤
Different Standards in Probes of Americans of Asian Descent Choe and Hubert Locke, Paul Schell, and Ron Sims
Asian Pacific Sentinel Northwestern Washington State Publication: Issues: Aug 1998, Sept. 1 - 15, 1998,
KUOW Weekday Transcription Transcript of a radio broadcast by Dave Beck featuring the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "A Bridge Home: Music in the Lives of Asian Pacific Americans," which is about music and Asian Pacific Americans. Includes an interview with Byron Au Yong, the… ➤
KPLU 88.5 Radio Transcription Transcript of a radio broadcast by Ingrid Lobet featuring the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "A Bridge Home: Music in the Lives of Asian Pacific Americans," which is about music and Asian Pacific Americans. Includes an interview with Byron Au Yong, the… ➤
Asian Festivals of Washington State: Hmong New Year
Asian Festivals of Washington State: Diwali Indian Festival of Lights
Artifacts of Internment Gelernter, Carey Quan 9066 50 years before and 50 years after Exhibition at the Wing Luke Asian Museum
A Personal Account of a Community's Response to AIDS Shimabukuro, Robert
Agency helps women confront domestic violence, strive for self-sufficiency Akamine, Mary Refugee Women's Alliance (REWA) helps immigrant and refugee women with all kinds of help, including ESL classes, domestic abuse, and housing. Focuses on Asian American women.
Commission Finds Widespread Discrimination Against Asian Americans
Stories May Unfold of Forgotten Asian Railworkers Wong Stories May Unfold of Forgotten Asian Railworkers
Literary Bus Tour of Seattle Higashi Tour of the haunts of Asian American writers
Beyond the Rock Garden: Craft Forms for a New World Tsutakawa, Mayumi Asian Pacific American and Canadian Craft Exhibition at the Wing Luke Museum May 23-September 8, 1996. This pamphlet contains features on each of the artists and their works.
Asian American Historical Outline 1750-1980 Ogilvie
What's Ahead and What's Important for Asian Americans in 1997 Asian Art Museums, Exhibits
Words with wings Loero, Diana Author explains how Chinese and Japanese calligraphy differs from Western calligraphy.
Diverse Stories Present 'Vigorous and Provocative' History Chew, Ron Review of the book "People's of Washington: Perspectives on Cultural Diversity" ed by Sid White and S.E. Solberg
Exhibit Offers a Sad Reminder of Wartime Hysteria Iritani, Evelyn
Recovering the Stories of Interned Students Seawell, Mary Ann Gordon Chang documenting Asian American history at Stanford
From Hill Tribe to High Stall Rex-Johnson The first Hmong family to buy a permanent stall in the Pike Place market
Twenty years Later, Vietnam Refugee Meets His Rescuer San Nicolas-Perez
Seattle Hires First Asian Woman Officer Chew, Ron
Who exactly is Asian American? Sailer, Steve
For Asian Men Thinking About Coming Out
Save Me a Seat.. Northwest Asian American Theatre Fundraising for the Northwest Asian American Theatre
Chinamen and Dragon Ladies Explored Beltran, Marie Review of the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacfic Americans."
Flipzoids Northwest Asian American Theatre
Asian American Studies Group inTurmoil Over a Rescinded Book Award Monaghan
Kin On: A Profile on Caring for the Aging Community's Needs Yanagawa, Masatoshi About Kin On Health Care Center and it's move to a second building in Rainier Valley. Includes statistics on the aging Asian American community in the United States.
A Magazine Dec/Jan. 1995; Vol. 3, No. 1; April/May 1996, Feb. March 1996; Oct./ Nov. 1995; April/May 1995; Feb/March 1995; June/July 1995; Summer 1994; Vol. 2, No. 3; Aug/Sept. 1995; Aug/Sept. 1996; Winter 1994; June/July 1996; Apr/May 1997; April/May 1999;… ➤
Minh Tran: Choreographer on the Move Rumler Dance
The Path to Enlightenment: Buddhist Art through the Ages Spink Singapore Auction catalogue from Singapore
Proud Oriental Auctions National Liberal Club
Interview with Haruko Nishimura Omori Composers
Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest Pamphlet - Info about the Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest, including history of, current activities, goals, current officers, and contact info. … ➤
Ghosts of the Wah Mee Matthews, Todd Unoffical tolerance and police corruption kep the Wah Mee club alive for years. When the club finally died, it was at the hands of three men who left twelve dead bodies on the floor, and one man to tell the truth. Now, fifteen years after the most… ➤
Agency Helps Asian Immigrants Get a Handle on Life in the U.S. De Leon
Asian Art in the Seattle Art Museum Seattle Art Museum
Origin of the Far Eastern Civilizations: A Brief Handbook Bishop Smithsonian War background studies
One man's stand against Holocaust Eng, Lily Hiroki Sugihara to talk about his father, a Japanese diplomat in Lithuania, who saved some 6,000 Jews when he gave them visa despite instructions not to.
Seattle Hires its First Asian Woman Officer Chew
Play Focuses on Why We Leave and Why We Stay Murao, Mari Asian American Theater
Parent's Nightmare, Children's Quest Dao, James Book on the Rape of Nanking brings awareness to Asian American community
Diversity, Leadership and Museums: Representation of Asian Pacific American Communities
Jocelyn Enriquez: Asian American Singing Sensation Chao Filipino - American
Seeking community: Filipino-American artists are diverse but works show a common thread that binds De Leon, Ferdinand M. A look at the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest." Includes interviews with artists.
Filipino Americans show off their artistry at Wing Luke Hackett, Regina Information about the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest."
Shared Dreams Takami, David
Whitewashing Asians Out Of Racial-Preference Debate Malkin, Michelle
Asian American Arts Alliance May/June 1998; March/April 1999
The Practice of Chinese Medicine in Seattle's International District: An Exhibition Proposal For the Wing Luke Asian Museum Chang
Asian store plans 6-story retail-housing complex Moriwaki, Lee Article about the Uwajimaya expansion
The School of Hard Knocks: Seattle's Kurosaka/Tentoku Kan Dojo 1928 - 1942 Svinth, Joseph
Concerning the Kokusai Ritts, Charlie The collapse of the Kokusai Theater and what to do with the building. It had collapsed in 1996, but hadn't been repaired at the publication of this article.
Bearing Witness Schell Review of Iris Chang's "The Rape of Nanking"
Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning This issue focuses on Asian and Pacific Americans in higher education.
Excerpts for use in the Wing Luke Museum exhibit Out of Focus Excerpts on Asian stereotyping and discrimination from "Coming of Age in Samoa" by Margaret Mead, Senator James G. Blaine's 1879 speech, 1830 American Quarterly Review, Hon. Harlow S Orton 1869 Annual Address, Encyclopaedia Britannica 1842 entry on… ➤
Out of Focus Interview: Andrew Chin Interview with Andrew Chin for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans).
Out of Focus: End notes and exhibition layout Several pages of notes on the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus: Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Includes endnotes (list of resources), statistics, sexism of Asian American women, white supremacy over Chinese Americans, Japanese… ➤
Out of Focus Interview with Kieu-Anh Huynh King Interview with Kieu-Anh Huynh King for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans."
Out of Focus Interviews Abellanosa, Ethelyn C. Interviews with Davis Yee, Maria Braganza, Rebecca Kang, Annie Xuan Clark, Sharon Tomiko Santos, Mira Shimabukuro, Velma Veloria, Kip Tokuda, Sunthosh Daniel, Ken Mochizuki, Tani and Sarah Y. For the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus: Media… ➤
Out of Focus poems Connie So provides poems for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus - Media Stereotypes of Asian Pacific Americans." Poems are related to racial stereotypes such as "dragon ladies", "geisha girls", "Charlie Chan", "foreigners", "effects of… ➤
Excerpt from "A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques" Mayer, Ralph Definition of "chinoiserie" for the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Out of Focus"
Out of Focus exhibition text The exhibition text from Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Out of Focus." Includes "Orientalism," "Chinoiserie," and Asian design; the effects of Martial Arts in the media (including Bruce Lee); and characters like Charlie Chan, the "Helpmate" (the… ➤
East Meets West: New Plays Explore Asian Characters Berson
Welcoming the New Kicks Off Busy Lunar New Year Nguyen, Kimber Wing Luke Museum New Years Exhibit
Stereotype: A Preconceived, oversimplified idea of a person, place or object Wing Luke Asian Museum
Kingdome's impact far reaching Santos, Bob Bob Santos writes what has happened to the Chinatown/International District since the Kingdome has been in place for 15 years.
Asian Pacific Students Fight Racism Wong, Dean
Asian and Pacific Students: Making a Difference Apostol, Melanie
Deems Plays for Lovers Johnson Deems Tsutakawa
Doll Collection Donated to Wing Luke Museum Akamine, Mary The Wing Luke Museum will display Boy's Day dolls from Shizuko Hara's collection.
Asian Bashing: A Seasonal Sport of Ilconceived Hostility Rekdal, Cynthia Rekdal, Dr.
Asian New Years on exhibit at Wing Luke Review of the Wing Luke Asian Museum's New Years exhibit featuring Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Laotian and, Kmhmu traditions
The Origin of Hip - Hop: An Opinionated History Pangilinan Music and APILOT, Asian Pacific Islander Leaders of Tomorow
Research team digs for artifacts Akamine, Mary Finding items for the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066." Some items in the exhibit will come from new finds and personal collections. Others will come from people's own research and findings.
Taking charge Serrano, Barbara A. Samoan immigration has increased in the Seattle area and crime has followed them. Local organizatons are trying to help these immigrants going through the education system and employment, keeping them out of jail, helping them with housing, and… ➤
Senate budget includes money for financing Wing Luke Museum Press release of 2 Democratic Senators granting money to renovate the Wing Luke Museum's space on Seventh Avenue
How will The Asian Community Survive the New Budget Changes?
Seattle Chinatown-International District Preservation and Development Authority Report booklet (1981-June 30, 1982): Financial reports from SCIDpda … ➤
Deadline July, August, 1977;
Elder Affairs November 1978;
Refocusing: A Conference on Asian Stereotypes and the Media Somlo, Patty
Cine Vue Asian Cinevision June 1986;
Where We Stand in America: A Report on Anti-Asian Violence and Anti-Foreign Sentiments Ching Laura
"Gold Watch" opens at NWAAT Yamagiwa, Jill C. Momoko Iko's new play "Gold Watch" opens at the Northwest Asian American Theatre. It depicts the events of WWII through the eyes of the Murakami family in Pasco, WA.
Developing Culturally Relevant Services for Minority Elderly Fujiwara, Theresa
A picture of the 70's Iwamoto, Gary Overview/Timeline of major Asian American events that happened in the 1970s in Seattle, WA.
Ten Steps Forward; Asian Pacific Women's Conference
Asian Drama Forms Ko, Elaine
Asian Actors Debut on Bulosan Works
Asians in the Inland Empire Solberg, Sam
Occupations of Asian Immigrants Winship
Asian/Pacific Americans in Washington State: Historic Context Document Dubrow
Museum unveils unique centerpiece, a gift showcasing life of Asians in America Ament, Deloris Tarzan A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "One Song, Many Voices." Includes pictures and a description of the objects found within the exhibit.
Exhibit offers history through eyes of participants Abe, Debby A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "One Song, Many Voices." Includes a description of some of the objects and archival material in the exhibit.
Kenjiro Nomura: An Artist's View of the Japanese American Internment, Docent Information Chew, Ron Informaton for docents, taken from the exhibit catalog with an introduction by Ron Chew, Director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes an overview of the exhibit and information about individual pieces.
Kenjiro Nomura Art On Exhibit at Wing Luke A review and description of the Wing Luke's Exhibit "Kenjiro Nomura:An Artist's View of the Japanese Internment".
Wing Luke First To Feature a 'Missing Page' of Japanese American Art Lau, Alan Chong Article in support of Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit: Kenjiro Nomura: An Artist's View of the Japanese American Internment
Japanese American Experience Through Art Nakane, Kazuko
Coloring History: Nomura's bleak look at the Japanese-American internment Gelernter, Carey Quan The Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Kenjiro Nomura: An Artist's View of the Japanese American Internment" focuses on painter Kenjiro Nomura and his Japanese American internment paintings. The article follows a group of elementary school students as they… ➤
Beauty in Bleak Times Hackett, Regina Reivew of Wing Luke Asian Museum exhibit: Kenjiro Nomura: An Artist's View of the Japanese American Internment.
An Overview of the Culture and Customs of the Southeast Asian Refugees Dunning
Southeast Asian Women's Alliance Information on the Southeast Asian Women's Alliance
Japanese American Experience Bibliography Anderson, Don Bibliography of books and articles for both children and adults about the Asian experience in the United States and Canada.
Alaskeros Bacho Newspaper catalog of the exhibition at the Wing Luke Asian Museum on Alaskeros
'Alaskeros': Portraits of labor history Tarzan, Deloris Exploring the Wing Luke Museum's "Alaskeros" through the eyes of the subjects depected in the photos. Includes some of the oral histories of the Alaskeros.
Asian Bands Rock Out Against Stereotypes I - Chin Tu Asian American Bands including, Lotus, The Nature Boys, The Seoul Brothers
Asian American Comparative Collection Newsletter Wegars Vol. 15, No. 3, 4.
Filipino Americans Washington State Commission on Asian Am. Affairs
Museum gala honors 30 years of heritage London, Melissa Wing Luke Museum's 30th Anniversary celebration at Union Station. Includes a history of the Museum
Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality
Korean Americans Washington Commission on Asian American Affairs
Southeast Asian Americans Washington Commission on Asian American Affairs
Japanese Americans Washington Commission on Asian American Affairs
South Pacific Americans Washington Commission on Asian American Affairs
A Cultural Guide: Our Changing Ethnic Community
Asian American Network National Asian American Telecommunications Assc. Vol. 15, No. 2;
25th Anniversary Asian American Community Arts Kearny Street Workshop
Asian American Resource Workshop Asian American Resource Workshop
20 Years After the Fall of Saigon: The Vietnamese American Story WLAM Vietnamese translation for the exhibit
A Page of Madness Seattle Asian American Film Festival
Finding Information About Asian and Pacific Amercians SPL
Raw Gallery Raw Asian Work Presents Yoko Murao and Shinya Yokota
Seattle Restaurant Owner Remembered for his Generosity Staff
China Gate reopens to offer dishes that taste like home Jankowski, Susan The reopening of China Gate, which had suffered a fire. Also included is a history of the owner.
Opening and Dedication Celebration for the Eastern Hotel Program for the opening reception of the dedication and reopening of the Eastern Hotel. Includes a history of the Hotel and who helped in it's refurbishing.
Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center October 1998;
Hidden Treasures: Three New Books by Asian and Asian American Writers link the Past and the Present Wanner
Internment Play is About Life and Sisters After the War London
Exhibit Portrays Korean Community's Many Struggles and Success Stubbs, Dori
West Side Story Flyer Northwest Asian American Theatre
East Asian Resource Center Newsletter East Asia Resource Center Volume: 25, No. 1, Fall 1998;
The Brave New Face of Art From the East Cotter, Holland
JACL District Condemns 'Forgotten Holocaust' Nishioka, Joyce
Park's history has unpleasant racial overtones Latoszek, Mira During the 1930s, some in the Beacon Hill community resented Jefferson Park's use by Asian Americans. The reporter further explains that this is the reason why Jefferson Park hasn't been renovated in decades.
Hawaii Lueras, Leonard, ed. Chapters on Koreans, Filipinos, and Samoans (not complete) from the book "Hawaii." Focuses on the history of these cultures in Hawaii.
Chinese Art Goes Global Lowe, Justin
Gazing Home: Asian American Film Festival Wang
Children of the Camps: the Documentary advertisement for a documentary, "Children of the Camps".
Rediscovering Our Histories: The Japanese American Internment Experience Postcard promoting a video and curriculum package in the Japanese American Internment Experience
Young Abbot Carries a World of Responsibilities on His Shoulders Kuo
Seattle's Asian past remembered Cummins, Caroline Article about the Wing Luke Museum. Includes mention of artifacts, exhibits, and history of the Museum.
Against the Odds Heng Heng Grocer Builds on his Success Ng
Remembering Chinatown: Plenty of Family Togetherness Chinn
Asian Pacific Affairs National Asian Pacific Center on Aging Dec. 1998; Feb. 1999;
Discover Unique Asian Vegetables From Indochinese Farmers of the Market
Missing Faces McFadden Why aren?t more Asian American men on TV newscasts?
Cambodian Refugees find Their Way in White Center Giudici
At Bailey Gatzert, they learn a 'Foreign' language Haigh, John Bailey Gatzert Elementary School starts an ESL course for their Asian American students who recently immigrated from Asia. The School had recently seen an increase of Asian immigrants attending the school.
Exotic Sounds of Ethnomusicology
For Asians, Free Health Care Suzuki Asian American Community Health Clinic
Chinese luncheon pastries: The International District's nearly secret delight Suffia, David Reporter describes the best places to get Chinese luncheon pastries (dim sum) in the Chinatown/International District.
Wing Luke Asian Museum: Coming of Age De Leon, Ferdinand M. Wing Luke Asian Museum's history and next steps. Ron Chew discusses expansion of the Museum.
Full Integration at Bailey Gatzert Evans, Elizabeth Wright Bailey Gatzert Elementary School shows how multicultural their school is. The School has won awards from the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Force, which gives honors to projects, programs and activities which effectively contribute to a better… ➤
Seaspan: The Northwest Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies Spring 99;
Was book on Seattle's Asians shut out of Bon festival? Slind-Flor, Victoria Edward and Elizabeth Burke's book "Seattle's Other History" was denied being sold at Bon Marche's festival focusing on Asian culture.
New World Theatre Asian American Theatre NWAAT Progam for symposium on Asian American theatre
Asian Speciality Shops Are Focus of Great wall shopping Mall Staff Opening of Great Wall shopping mall
The Asian American 1 Asian American Institute spring 1999,
Asian Pacific American Workers: Our Past, Our Future Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Flier for program on examining struggles and triumphs of Asian Pacific American workers.
New Visions for Asian American Drama Berson, Misha
Drive is launched to put Chinatown back in name of International District Matthee, Imbert The members of the Chinatown Chamber of Commerce want to change the International District's name to "Chinatown" or "Chinatown/International District." Opponents say "International District" has a way of explaining how not only how Chinese have… ➤
Asia Pacific New Year Celebration New Years celebration at the Asia Pacific Cultural Center. Includes performances, music, martial arts demonstrations, art demonstrations and food from Asian cultures.
Asian American Community Voice Awards; Martha Choe, Alan Lau, Bea Kiyohara and Bob Santos International Examiner Program for the awards ceremony
The Class of Twenty One University of Washington Xerox copy of pages of UW yearbook, 1919 or 1921 focusing on illustrations by Rose Law Yow and various Asian student clubs; Filipino, Japanese, Chinese
Peas, Poetry and Art: Alan Lau * is a greengrocer who follows his heart and leads many in the Asian American Cultural Scene.
Asian American Calendar Girls (and Boys) Chung, Philip W.
Korean Community Makes Long Range Plans Slaughter Korean Cultural Festival
How the Kingdome Spurred the Asian American Community's Coming of Age Tsutakawa, Mayumi The building of the Kingdome in early 1970's created an intergenerational Asian American consciousness and community
Port Gamble Census 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 Copies of the Kitsap County Census for Port Gamble, listing Asian immigrants and their occupations.
Perspectives on Affirmative Action LEAP
New Weller Street Bridge Opens Vu Weller Street Pedestrian Bridge
Outsiders in "the Land of the Free" Daniels, Roger
Asian American Market Increases with Population Growth Hwang
Public Safety Biggest Problem say ID Residents, Businesses Vu Mayor Paul Schell visits ID to battle crime
Silvestre Tangalan: a Pioneer Who Stands Tall Giudici Part of the NW Asian Weekly awards
"Xiu Xiu": Joan Chen's Magnificent Tribute to Women and sent-down children Winfrey
SAAM Still Struggles with Low Attendance, chilly Relations with Asian-American Community Updike SAAM changing directions in collections and exhibitions.
Chief Curator Leaves Legacy of Passionate Scholarship Berger, David Long time curator of Asian art retires. Good overview of the SAAM and its collections, directions and limitations at the time of Bill Rathburn's retirement.
The Asian American Experience A Special Report Luke, Bettie Sing Elementary education text
How the Kingdome Spurred the Asian-American Community's Coming of Age Tsutakawa How the building of the Kingdome galvanized the young Asian American community
Victory For Asian Americans in Washington State Kang, Myong-Chol Gary Locke elected governor of Washington over Ellen Craswell by an immense margin of 60-40.
Gateses' Grants: Asians Feel Snubbed Varner, Lynne Money given to help disadvantaged students not targeted to any one Asian American group
Asian Pacific Women in the Military E-mailed news article on Asian Pacific Women veterans includes photo resources and exhibit resources
Raising the 'Golden Child' Berson, Misha Preview of David Henry Hwang's 'Golden Child', produced by the Seattle Repertory Theater.
APA Orgs Join the Brownout of Network Television Organization of Chinese Americans
Orton Pulls An Art-World Shocker Farr Novel with fictional photographer Wilfred Eng of Seattle
East Asian Lacquers Knight
A Report on Asian Pacific Islander Veterans Vet Center Asian Pacific Islander Veterans Working
Asian American Press St. Paul MN. Newspaper
The Silent Treatment: Asian American Employees at Boeing Song, Kyung M. 16 Boeing engineers accuse Boeing of discrimination
"S.A.M. I Am" is Comedy and Social Satire Berson, Misha Positive review of "S.A.M. I Am", a play written by Garrett H Omata, directed by David Hsieh, and produced by Seattle's Repertory Actors Theatre.
Russell's Meat Market to close after 90 years Hodson, Jeff The closing of Russell's Meat Market after 90 years in business. Bob Chinn purchased the business in 1978. Owned by the Russell family and opened in 1909 by William Russell.
Melee Between Kung Fu Schools Breaks Out Mangat, Annu Members of the Seattle Kung Fu Club started a fight with the members of Hin Kai Mak's Kung Fu School over a percieved insult to their master, John Leong.
Taiko: An Asian American Style Chinn
Place That Feels Like Home Sanchez Bilingual, bicultural agency assists Asians, Pacific Islanders
Bellevue School Rolls Out Sushi; kids eat it up Vinh, Tan Addition of Asian foods to school menus.
Doing Our Own Thing: A chat with Ron Chew. Wing Luke Asian Museum
History of the Sagamiya Confectionary to be Exhibited The Wing Luke Museum, in partnership with MOHAI, puts on an exhibit about the history of Sagamiya Confections, a Japanese bakery that operated in Seattle from the 1900's to 1970's. They were especially known for their mochi.
Bravery of Local War Hero is Remembered by Many Colety Jose Calugas, only Filipino recipient of the medal of honor
The Infamy of Bataan and Corregidor: An Historical Remembrance Luna , Rosendo
A War on Two fronts: Asian Americans Battled Enemy and Racism Abe
The Asian American Vietnam Veteran: "we were there and we deserved to be recognized" Mochizuki, Ken
Asian and American De Leon, Ferdinand M Story on Helen Zia and her new book - "Asian American Dreams"
Asian American Community Rallies for Lee Drogin, Bob
Ads Speak to Asian-Americans Elliot, Stuart
Asian Multimedia Wong, Dean
What it meant to be Modern Conkelton, Sheryl Henry Art Gallery exhibition
Absolutely Seattle: Tracy Fugami Rose, Cynthia RAW Gallery in the lobby of Northwest Asian American Theatre. Brief mention of Fugami's other artistic work.
About Face: How sex and race are dividing Asian Americans Im, Soyon Stereotypes of Asian women in media, focusing on how Asian women are perceived as either powerful women who date white men or exotic sexual beings. Includes a look at Lisa Ling's roles in Ally McBeal and Shanghai Noon, and how it's ok for an Asian… ➤
Gambling Raid Settlement Kuo
Japantown small but significant part of I.D.
The Tenth Annual Asian pacific American Community Voice Awards Honoring Cindy Domingo, Alice Ito, Rocky Kim, Betty Patu, Sam Solberg
Asian - American Stories de Leon
80-20: A New Force in American politics is being born - Asian Americans who plan to make their voices heard Tilove
Exhibit is like a community photo album of Seattle's Asian Americans Hackett, Regina A look at the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Through Our Eyes: Twentieth-Century Asian-American Photography in the Pacific Northwest." Includes a look at the artists' pieces in the exhibit.
They're Hot they're Sexy, they're Asian men Nakamura
International District: History and Description History of the Chinatown/International District. Includes a list of buildings in the area at the time and a map.
Invisible and In Need: Philanthropic Giving to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Wing Luke, learning from his Example Glick, Jay
Harvesting Seattle's Chinese history: an interview with Ron Chew Raece, Greg On the Chinese Oral History Project (Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans). Includes the hardships Chinese Americans had coming to the U.S.
Ruby Chow Paved Way for Others Ng, Assunta Chatty assessment of Ruby Chow's influence in Seattle as she retires from the King County Council. Includes a portrait from some other publication.
Tales of the I.D. Wing Luke Asian Museum conducted oral history interviews of residents of the Chinatown/International District. 7 out of the 30 interviews are featured in this article.
The history of Filipino Americans in Seattle Barboza, Ursula The local history of Filipino Americans arriving in Washington State and Seattle.
Chatting with Mayumi Tsutakawa: Asian American literature, arts and ethnicity Hai-jew
Under One Roof: Wing Luke Musuem gets more space, security and stature Tarzan, Deloris Wing Luke Museum moves into new space that was formerly a parking garage.
Luke Museum Drive Starts Article announcing a fundraiser to build the Wing Luke Asian Museum
Pioneer Small Businesses International Examiner features 22 Japanese American businesses as part of a series that looks at Seattle Asian small businesses. Compiled by the Seattle Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League and Ken Mochizuki.
Museum in Luke's Memory is Begun Creation of the Wing Luke Asian Museum
Spirit and heart of the Asian community Iwamoto, Gary A 15-year history of the International Examiner. Includes how it has evolved and the important people who have supported it in many ways.
History is just a walk around the block Wong, Dean From the APEC Visitor's Guide Chinatown/International District (see related for map and more info).
China Joe Information Letter to Wing Luke Asian Museum proposing a presentation of a presentation onthe life of China Joe, Juneau Alaska, outline of the presentation, pictures of China Joe and brochure of Story Box, the group that developed and presented the program.
Wing Luke Asian Museum Media Kit Diep
Wing Luke Cheng, Howard
Wing Luke Museum bridges gap Himes, Andrew History of the Wing Luke Museum and mentions it's exhibit "East Meets Northwest"
Wing Luke Museum is Planned A corporation forms to promote development of a Chinese community museum in memory of City Councilman Wing Luke, lost in a plane in May, 1965.
Links to History Gelernter, Carey Quan 5 articles: The histories and legacies of 4 Seattle Chinese American families and their businesses.… ➤
Resources on Asian Americans Litz contains: Chinese Americans in the Seattle Times 1900 - 1909 Japanese Americans in the Seattle Times from 1941 - 1945 Japanese American Soldiers - 1941 -1945 UW Special Collections Japanese American photographs; manuscripts SPL Japanese Americ
Needs assessment for Safe Housing for Asian/pacific Islander Women Hiraga
Preserving Local Chinese Operatic Traditions Lindou, Angela R.
A Report on Asian Pacific Islander Veterans1 Vet Center Asian Pacific Islander Veterans Working
APEC Visitor's Guide Chinatown/International District Facts and history about Seattle's Chinatown/International District. Articles by Dean Wong and Carina A. Del Rosario.
Culture Clash has its Moments in "Flipzoids" Adcock, Joe Review of 'Flipzoids', written by Ralph Pena and produced by the Northwest Asian American Theatre.
The Vibrant spirit of the People Saheki, Yoshiko
Museum to Celebrate 25th Anniversary, remember Wing Luke Howe, Danny Wing Luke Asian Museum announces tickets for the gala 25th anniversary of the founding of the museum.
The Many Crusades of Wing Luke Rochester, Junius
The Origins of the International District Chin, Doug Overview of the Chinatown/International District history, with a focus on Chinese, Japanese, and Filipinos.
Shoeless in Seattle
Profiles in Outrage Chua-Eoan, Howard "America is home, but Asian Americans sometimes feel treated as outlanders with unproven loyalties."
The Midwife Problem in the Far West:Japanese Immigrant Midwives in Hawaii and Washington Smith
The Faces in the Glass are Rarely Theirs Frutkin, Alan James Lack of roles for Asian Americans
Anna May Wong Leibfried, Philip First Asian female to become a movie star.
Honoring an Artist Who Lived His Dream Ament, Deloris Tarzan Paul Horiuchi receives a Lifetime Achievement award from the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
An Oral History of the Danny Woo International District Community Gardens Vradenburgh, Elaine A history of the Danny Woo Garden told through oral histories.
Disharmony Wolfe, George The Wing Luke Museum's permanent exhibit "Camp Harmony D-4-44" which focuses on the Japanese American assembly center in Puyallup.
Threads of the Past Beason, Tyrone Features the exhibit "If Tired Hands Could Talk", which focuses on Asian American women garment workers. Includes interviews with some of the women.
The Asian Ization of America Barker
East Meets Northwest Schultz, Kathy Highlights places to see in the Chinatown/International District
A dragon marks Year of the Rat Tarzan, Deloris Cheryll Leo-Gwin donates dragon mural to Wing Luke Asian Museum.
A History Bursting with Telling: Asian Americans in Washington State Klingle, Matthew W. From www.washington.edu/uwired/outreach/cspn/curaaw/main.htm
Northwest Pride on Display in Two of Seattle's ethnic museums Anderson
Medicine, Midwifery, and the state Smith
Claiming Victim Status Will Do Little to Eradicate Racism Li, Chi-Dooh
Executive Order 9066: The Fujita Family Experience Fujita, Harry N. The script of a presentation at the Skagit County Historical Museum in La Conner, WA by Hayy Fujita. He related his experiences during World War II and answered questions. Includes a newspaper article from the Skagit Valley Herald announcing the… ➤
'Shared Dreams' Exhibit Opens in Seattle Announcing the opening of the exhibit, Shared Dreams: Images of the Asians and Pacific American Experience in Washington State
Photos depict a U.S. horror Campbell, R. M. The Wing Luke Museum hosts the traveling photo exhibit "Executive Order 9066." The photos were taken by Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams and depict Japanese Americans before and during internment.
Kobe Park Festival Flyer - Announces the Kobe Park Festival, which includes live entertainment, arts and crafts sale, cultural exhibits, Asian foods, and martial arts demonstration. Celebration of the opening of the Park.… ➤
Asian Immigrants Need Helping Hand Tsang, Greg
Bengie Santos: a uniquely Asian American dance concert Sugai
"We'll have the possiblity of hosting blockbusting exhibits" Chan, Jill Wing Luke Memorial Museum received the King County Arts Commission's 1985 Arts Service Award. The money received from this award and other funding is to go to moving into a new space by January 1987. Includes a drawing of what the new Museum would… ➤
'There was a need for small shops for Asian-oriented businesses' Fujii, Ann Features the recent opening of the Asian Plaza on 12th and Jackson in Little Saigon.
'Our folks didn't let us down' Mochizuki, Ken The history of making the book, Beacon Hill Boys, into a film.
The Story of her Life Gelernte, Carey Quan Her show: Born too Soon?It's Never Too Late; Growing up Nisei in Early Washington- … ➤
Asian groups clash on cultural centers Iritani, Evelyn Karen Gail Chinn Wong wants to open an Asian Cultural Center in the Chinatown/International District, while Ruby Chow wants to open a Chinese Cultural Center. The community has clashed over which should be built.
A celebration of ethnic diversity Iritani, Evelyn About the changes within the Chinatown/International District, including becoming more diverse in Asian ethnicities and whether the District can become business/resident/tourist area.
Discovering the Historical Legacies of Asian American pioneers in eastern Washington Sumida, Stephen H.
International District stirs after 'nap' Schwartz, Susan Focuses on the Chinatown/International District's steps on improving it's ailing neighborhood.
Asian Americans Find it's time to flex their political muscle Iritani
Seattle Asian American Film Festival Guide
Interview with Ron Chew Lee, Jean Interview with Ron Chew of the Wing Luke Asian Museum . Includes an October 2001 profile from Seattle (the magazine).
Asian American Experience in the United States: A Brief Chronological History 498-1997 LEAP Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics
If Tired Hands Could Talk Del Rosario, Carina A. Carina del Rosario's reflections on viewing the Wing Luke Asian Museum exhibit, "If Tired Hands Could Talk"
Our Unfulfilled Obligation to one Another Chew, Ron
King County and the Pacific: A Cultural Resource Guide
Asian pacific Heritage month gains momentum Honda, Harry Manjiro's arrival on May 7th, 1843 on board a whaling ship in Fairhaven Massachusetts. However, 3 Japanese sailors had landed off Cape Flattery in December 1833. See Pacific Citizen July 21-28, 1989.
Taoist blessing of the 1995 Dragon Cup Race on Lake Washington Mar, Rosalind The origin of the Dragon Boat Festival. Includes details about what happens during the Festival (ceremony, food).
State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs Community Resource Directory 1995 CAPAA
Makers of Revolution: Asian American Jazz Bartlett
The International District King, Harriet About the shady history of CID. Includes history of Ed Burke and Tomio Moriguchi, and the housing and development of CID.
HIV Prevention Among Asian and Pacific Islander American Men Who Have Sex with Men International Society for AIDS Education Collection of theories, research, and applications on HIV prevention between homosexual Asian-American and Pacific Islander American men.
Closing Clothes Plant Angers REI Members Mulady, Kathy REI's decision to move its garment making business from Seattle to Mexico has angered its own Seattle-based coporative members. Over half of the employees losing their jobs are Asian Americans.
It's a Chess Game Chasan, Daniel Jack Most of the sportswear companies in the Seattle and Puget Sound region make their apparel in countries in Asia such as China, Taiwan, and South Koream but working around international trade legislation can be difficult.
U.S.A. is Gone From Firms' Labels Katz, Dean Seattle sportswear companies like Pacific Trail and REI are outsourcing manufacturing to Asian countries. Roffe is one of the few companies that still manufactures locally.
A Family Affair Kirkby, Marilyn One of Seattle's leading Preline Manufacturers, Shah's Safari Inc., was founded by three borthers Akhil, Raj, and Amit Shah.
Seattle Shirt Company Succeeds Where Others have Washed Out Huston, Barbara Shah Safari Inc., is at the moment the largest supplier of boy's and men's in the United States and plans to make great business at Seattle Preline.
Garment Workers Laid Off Chinn, Karen At the Thaw Corporation, close to 100 employees were laid off, and Asian employees were the most affected.
Workers Face Language Barrier Chinn, Karen Because many Asian garment workers do not understand English, they do not have a chance and are unable to work for other jobs in America.
Museum mall eyed for Union Station site Gelernter, Carey Quan Several museums interested in moving into Union Station, including Wing Luke Museum, the Burke Museum, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), and the Washington State Historical Society.
'Can Asians Think?' is Provocative Takami News article; a collection of 13 essays on world politics in the Asian perspective, a summary of few essays, critique.
'Fox Girl' is Brutally Honest Kirchner News article; summary of the book 'Fox Girl' and critique.
Culture Shift Strains Social Services Ho News article; There's a national trend that elderly Asians are no longer living with their adult children, a break from the culture status quo.
Chen-Chun Alice Lin Nomura Essay; an analytical study of Chinese Americans.
Mainer Helps Honor Father as Holocaust Rescuer Goldstein Feng Shan Ho was living in Vienna in 1938 when the Holocaust happened. He helped the Jews by issuing Chinese entry visas to Jews.
Manjiro - the First Japanese Person to Live in America Brochure; biography of Manjiro Nakashima.
Hmong Master Basketmaker - Part I: His Life and His Way of Life are Threatened Berg and Berg Biography of Nhia Yia Heu, a master of Laotian Hmong basketmaking.
Qing Dynasty Silver Ailins Duda A history of a creature in Chinese folklore called Qilins, and silver Qilin aritfacts made during the Qing dynasty.
Times Won't Forget Readers' Reminder on Kwan Headline Fancher News article; the Seattle Times apologized that its headline regarding Olympic skaters Sarah Hughes and Michelle Kwan may have been offensive to Asian-American readers.
Noji Flight Sets New Mark Jackson News article; Rick Noji won the 23rd Annual Pasco Invitational Track and Field Meet with a winning jump of seven (7) feet.
From Immigrant to Insider in Burien Porterfield News article; Wing Woo was elected as the mayor of Burien, a city where only 7 percent of the residents are Asian American. (contains article, photographs)
A Man of Firsts Hong Interview article; interview of Frankllin Odo, first director of the Asian Pacific American Program. (contains interview and photo of Odo)
Tribute to a Chinese man who saved Jewish lives Kim, Gina Feng Shan Ho was living in Vienna in 1938 when the Holocaust happened. He helped the Jews by issuing Chinese entry visas to Jews. (contains article and a color photo)
Fourth Annual Asian Pacific Community Voice Awards Takami Program for Presentations. Ron Chew one of the winners.
OCA Statement on the Upcoming Release of "Pearl Harbor" Organization of Chinese Americans Email message; OCA is worried that with the release of the movie Pearl Harbor old anti-Japanese American and anti-Asian American sentiments will resurface.
Pearl Harbor Tateishi Email message; JACL is worried that with the release of the movie Pearl Harbor old anti-Japanese American and anti-Asian American sentiments will resurface.
Hysteria, Hype - Or Just Another Movie? Winfrey Email message; Asian Americans are worried that with the release of the movie Pearl Harbor old anti-Japanese American and anti-Asian American sentiments will resurface.
Asian-American Leaders, Youths Criticize Official Over Incident Richter News article; a group of Asian American students met with Mayor Paul Schell and police chief Gil Kerlikowske to discuss an allegation of racial profiling by two police officers.
Racial Mojo Wong Opinion news article; Over the years, more and more Asian Americans are participating in professional sports and as a result, more and more people are accepting the diversity, especially in Seattle. However, there are still discrimination, as with… ➤
Asian Pacific American Community Voice Awards A program for the Asian Pacific American Community Voice Awards ceremony. Contains agenda; letters from the state governor, county executive, and mayor; list of sponsorers; and awards profile.
The Asian Population: 2000 Booklet; US Census brief of the Asian population in America as of 2000. Contains trends, charts, tables, and graphs.
The Emphasis is not on 'Asian' but 'American' Liang Internet article; Despite imrpovements in sports regarding Asian American discrimination, a subtle undertone of discrimination still exists as with the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Mukashi Mukashi Long, Long Ago n/a Pamphlet; description of the book 'Mukashi Mukashi Long, Long Ago' describing the history of the Seattle Buddhist Temple.
Tribute to Nhien Nyugen WLAM Booklet; Tribute to Nhien Nyugen from the staff of WLAM. Includes "articles", and shoutouts.
Growing Empire Smith, Craig News article; retired Microsoft Executive Scott Oki owns five public and two private golf courses in Lacy, Washington, and two are soon to be renamed.
Uncle Bob Beason News article; brief biography of statesman Bob Santos.
NWAAT Community Advisory Convening n/a pamphlet; includes schedule and program of the convening, and info about NWAAT including current status, goals, and assessments.
Summer Festival Guide n/a Summer Festival Guide in the Chinatown-Internaitonal District.
Bubbling With Joy German, Kevin Color photo of an Asian American toddler. Date and article unavailable.
Copy of a Photo-ID of Vuong Van Vinh n/a photocopy of a picture ID of Vuong Van Vinh. Author, source, and date unavailable.
Hmong Community Holds New Year Celebration Festival Wurzer Color photograph of 3 Hmong dancers during the Hmong New Year festival at Seattle Center. Article and date unavailable.
Hmong Carving Out a New Landscape Le News article; Cha and other Hmong farmers in Carnation, Washington are creaitng a new landscape along the Snoqualmie River by planting lfowers and restoring the agriculture in Eastern Washington.
Making Headlines Duryee, Tricia News article; article about Assunta Ng, founder of local Asian newspapers - Seattle Chinese Post and Northwest Asian Weekly.
Ethnic Church Drawing Crowds Tu, Janet I. News article; More and more young Asian Americans are going to churches, and Asian Americans are planning to found a church for Asian Americans.
American Attitudes Toward Chinese Americans & Asian Americans Committee of 100
ACRS News Asian Counseling & Referral Service On shelf, in holders
American Attitudes Toward Chinese Americans & Asian Americans1 A Committee of 100
Imagine Charlie Chan Delivering A Shakespearean Soliloquy Yamasaki, Sara
Wing Luke Show Demonstrates Diversity of Asian Art Lee, Cherylene "One Sense of Beauty" Asian American Artists Exhibit, 1983.
Various Clippings on Bronze and Betel Various
Various Papers on Asian Crafts, mostly Chinese Various
Wing Luke Museum director resigns Chew, Ron Peg Marshall, Wing Luke's only director to date has resigned and the museum will seek a new director.
The Strength of the Asian American market Mochizuki
Asian American exhibit offers creative mix of works by four individuals Tuchman, Joan Seventeenth Annual Asian American Artists exhibition at the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
Vera Ing Seeks to Become the First Asian Woman in State Legislature Chew
'I' Hotel Survives On Film Blauvelt, Wm Review of Curtis Choy's documentary film "the Fall of the I Hotel"
Exhibit honors diplomat who rescued WWII Jews Sanders, Eli Article on the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Visas for Life: The Story of Dr. Feng Shan Ho". Dr. Ho gave visas to Austrian Jews during World War II.
Browsing Asian American Publications Wang A. Magazine, Eastern Standard Time, Giant Robot, Transpacific, Yolk,
Wing Luke Museum shows Chinese history Wong, Karen C. Chinese American history and culture in Seattle, WA. Includes a look at Chinese culture and the festivals they celebrate.
Wing Luke - the people's museum Wong, Brad Article on Wing Luke Asian Museum's foundation and programs with a focus on Asian Pacific immigrants
Northwest Asian American Theatre Anniversary Dinner Northwest Asian American Theatre Northwest Asian Ameican Theatre Anniversary Dinner
Tea and Treasures Bock, Paula The history of the Panama Hotel and how Jan Johnson, current owner, has mainted the aging building.
Wok Around Belltown Hahn Review of Shallots Asian Bistro
Chinese Language Newspaper to Debut Gough
A Need for News in Ethnic Communities Chebuhar
Seattle Gets Chinese Language Newspaper Glover
Museums Salute Veterans Sean Robinson
A Different Battle
Wing Luke receives big grant to expand its reach WLM receives a huge grant from the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund.
Memorial Day Activities
Memorial Day Activities
Japanese American named U.S. Army Chief of Staff
A Different Battle: Stories of Asian-Pacific American Veterans Paula Bock
Wing Luke's Wing-Ding Giudici, Carey C. Celebrating the awarding of a grant from the Lila Wallace-Readers' Digest Foundation.
Divided Destiny; A Loving Reminder of our Ancestors and Parents Chizu Omori
Forgotten Heroes Resurrected Miki Suetsugu
Pete Sua Michael Park
Your Vote Could Make the Difference Lisa Charlie Ritts
Bellwether Bill Wong
Golden Roots An ad for the "Golden Roots- Korean Americans in Washinton State" was posted in the Arts section of the October 21- November 4, 1998 edition of International Examiner.
A Dual Pioneer in Golf Ray C. Lam
Lesson Unlearned Douglas Spangle
After the Gold Rush Rohe
Through Our Eyes Kang, Seung
Wing Luke Receives Largest Grant in Museum's History Brown, Carol Wing Luke Asian Museum received a $600,000 from the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund.
Korean Daughter Honors Heritage Julie Lee
Asian Pacific Heritage Month: Our All-American Celebration Ron Chew
What is Chinese in America? Polo
Agbayani Village: A Home For Retired Farmworkers Lopez
Everyday Heroism Bridges, Josephine A Review of the book "Beacon Hill Boys" by Ken Mochizuki
Holding on to a legacy Sato, Dan Review of the Wing Luke Asian Museum's book, Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans: The First 100 Years
Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans Maier, Scott Review of "Reflections of Seattle'sChinese Americans: The First 100 Years"
Alaskan Cannery Workers: 'No Easy life for An Alaskero' Tayag
The Wing Luke Asian Museum: Gathering Asian American Stories Chew, Ron Article From "Chinese America: History Perspectives 2000". Ron Chew tells the history of the Museum and how far it has come.
Chinese American History The Legacy Lives On Katie Tupper
Cannery Workers Union Emerges from War Years and McCarthy Era Viernes
Deck Stacked Against Asians Sam Skolnik
'Idol' Reject Idolized By Web Fans Michelle Locke
Filipinos who paved the way: Two photo exhibits chronicle an immigrant community Broom, Jack The Smithsonian Intitution exhibit "Through My Father's Eyes" was displayed at the Wing Luke Museum. The exhibit displays the photos taken by Californian (and Filipino American) Ricardo Alvarado, who took pictures of Filipino Americans in California.… ➤
Massive Monkees Put Seattle On the B-Boy Map Regina Hackett
Capitol Hill remix: New venues recharge club scene Tom Scanlon
The 'China Gangs' in the Alaska Packers Association Canneries Nash
Oral history project book reissued after ten years On the 2nd edition of Reflections of Seattle's Chinese Americans.
After Legal Missteps, Apologize to Capt. Yee
Chinaman Waits 20 Years Clifford
Cultural Crossroads Brad Broberg Article contains an ad for the musem.
Wie Just One Shot Away Associated Press
Identity Crisis Shin, Yong-Woong Naming the new community center in the Chinatown/International District. Looking at the name of Chinatown/International District and the controversies behind it.
Museums exhibit growing pains Tice, Carol
Blood Donations More Diverse Julie Davidow
Army has some nerve making accusations Suzanne Oelke
Chinese Laborers Story
Proportion in good measure Stefan Sharkansky
Historical Sketch of the Greater Maple Valley Area Lorenz
Wing Luke Asian Museum
'Yeah, I'm Chinese, and what?' Caroline Li
NBA wants Yao-maniacs as full-fledged fans Terrence Chea
A dare drove her to a new career Winfrey, Yayoi Lena
Life At Port Madison Gilman
Wing Luke Asian Museum
Philippines wants Filipinos in plan for illegal workers
Shift to Mandarin reflects changes in communities Kong, Deborah How Cantonese used to be spoken by majority of Chinese Americans decades ago, to Mandarin being the language most Chinese Americans speak now. It's not only limited to the West Coast, but also the East Coast. It also creates divides in the Chinese… ➤
Lawsuit claims prank targeted Hmong students
Little Known About Chinese Placer Miners
Atkinson Elementary School offers Mandarin immersion program, diverse student body
Through My Father's Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado (1914-1976) at the Wing Luke Asian Museum The Smithsonian Institution's traveling exhibit "Through My Father's Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado" is being exhibited at the Wing Luke Museum. In addition to the exhibit, the Wing Luke Museum recalls the history… ➤
Mining - Publishing: Chinese Story Dallam
Craig Shimabukuro- The Rebel with a cause Iwamoto, Gary
Wing Luke Asian Museum receives national award for museum service Wong, Dean WLM receives 1995 National Award for Museum Service at the White House
Rob Chew: Appointed National Council on the Humanities Nhien Nguyen
Capturing Time: Wing Luke Asian Museum Through the Eyes of an Immigrant Raunig-Graham, Judith The WIng Luke Museum's history and what it means to Asian immigrants.
Special Report on the Salmon Canning Industry in the State of WAshington and the Empployment of Oriental Labor State Bureau of Labor
EO 9066: 50 Years Before, 50 Years After Eaton, Joseph The Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years After" is being displayed at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center.
I-200: 'Are we better or worse off?' Stan Quast
Honoring champions of diversity Carol N. Vu
Trip to quarry sparked a $20,000 idea David Dishneau
Immigrants help offset loss of Michigan's younger workers John Flesher
David Della Naomi Ishisaka
Whistle - Stop Centennial: Historical Society Honors Chinese Railroad Builders Yee Whistle - Stop Centennial: Historical Society Honors Chinese Railroad Builders
High schoolers preprare for college Van, Hong The Upward Bound Program is to help high school kids graduate and prepare for college. A majority of the students in the program are Asian American.
Denise Louie-The Spirit of Community Activism Gary Iwamoto
Army reverses reprimand, clearning chaplain's record Rivera, Ray
All charges dropped, but Army gags Yee Mike Barber
Museum to buy Kong Yick building; plans to relocate Dondero, Tony Wing Luke Museum purchases Kong Yick buliding to move into
Museum obtains new home Article on Wing Luke Asian Museum purchasing one of the Kong Yick buildings
Preserving buildings, stories of Seattle's Chinese pioneers Large, Jerry About the Wing Luke Museum's acquistion of the Kong Yick Building (East). Includes a history of local Chinese Americans.
Chinese face loss of refuge Maier, Scott The Kong Yick Buildings in the Chinatown/International District are about to be seized for an investigation of illegal gambling. Includes history of the buildings and what they mean to the community.
Wing Luke inks deal; capital campaign underway Dondero, Tony Announcing the purchase of the east Kong Yick building by the Wing Luke Museum.
Art Town: Museums: All aboard! Several museums interested in moving into Union Station, including Wing Luke Museum, the Burke Museum, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), and the Washington State Historical Society.
Museum gets $1.5 million in spite of the odds Vu, Carol N. Washington State Legislature apportioned $1.5 million toward the purchase of the Kong Yick Building as a new home for Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes a look at how Ron Chew made it possible.
Rooms with a view of history Eskenazi, Stuart After 60 years of vacancy, the Kong Yick Building may be used by the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes a history of the building and the Museum, and an interview with James M. (Jimmy) Mar.
Dis-Orienting Women Polo
Lee's famous wheel still turns at PNB Derr, Erik
Eyes look upward to community summit Ian Dapiaoen
Mayumi Tsutakawa: journalism, arts and activism Ken Mochizuki
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition-They did for themselves what others would not do Arlene Oki
Pacific Islander women unite on common goal Jeannine Souki
Taikoproject: (re)generation Elaine Iwano
Wing Luke Asian Museum
Wing Luke Asian Museum: A Place for Voices Not Otherwise Listened To Borrup, Tom History and background of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes it's move to the Kong Yick Building and the Museum's process. From www.communityarts.net/readingroom/archive/50borrupwash.php
City's collection of Asian-American artwork in the spotlight at Wing Luke Farr, Sheila
WLAM Summer Internship Nguyen, Nhien WLAM's Summer Internship Program is aimed at college students interested in Asian American history, culture, identity and issues.
Wing Luke Museum gets funding in David Woo's name Hong, Kevin Family of David "Gobby" Woo, founder of Cathay Post and Chinese community member, donates money to the Wing Luke Asian Museum in David's name.
Korean Newsletter Joonang
Three midsize venues paint a balanced financial picture Farr, Sheila 3 art organizations run on budgets under $1 million: Nordic Heritage Museum, Wing Luke Asian Museum, and 911 Media Arts
Ron Chew leads the Wing Luke Asian Museum toward a new era Dillon, Mike
Museum Celebrates Asian History in U.S. Louey, Sandy Article on the history and background of the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes Ron Chew speaking about how it's important to engage the community when creating exhibits.
Community's Own Voice'Tells Story of Internment Louey, Sandy
Relationship-Building Model of Exhibition Development Chew, Ron Discusses the five core values used to build the relationship between WLAM's exhibits, collections and the communities it represents.
Ron Chew: Appointed to National Council on the Humanities Nguyen, Nhien
Museums: The largest in the Puget Sound Area Brooks, Sarah M.
Wing Luke Museum connects kids and culture Mata, Jesson Lim Summer program for students 8-14 aims to encourage appreciation of their culture through art. Most sutdents are first-generation immigrants.
Mayumi Tsutakawa joins Wing Luke staff Mayumi Tsutakawa joins WLAM as Director of External Affairs
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Creating Exhibitions: New Faces, New Voices Chew, Ron WLAM's director discusses the model used to involve the community with the exhibitions of the museum and describes the process from idea to opening.
Judith Raunig Graham
Eydie Detera: Lauren Berlant interviews U of C Alum Eydie Detera Berlant, Lauren WLAM's curator and curriculum writer is intereviewed.
Enlivening history: an interview with Michelle Kumata Takami, David Interview on the publication of Michelle Kumata'a first full-length picture book called "Flowers for Mariko." Kumata is also an employee of the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
Tribute to New York From the Pacific Northwest Verhovek, Sam Howe WLAM's contribution of an excerpt of Trying to Find Chinatown, was part of an evening of performances with all proceeds to the New York Foundation for the Arts to assist artists who were affected the 9/11
WMA Brings Palm Springs Sunshine to AAM St. Louis! Picture of Mayumi Tsutakawa and Ellen Ferguson at Western Museums Association's reception after the American Association of Museum's meeting in St. Louis.
Searching for Asian America
Seattle searches for Asian America Lamborn, Karyn Kubo Seattle previews the new three-part PBS series "Searching for Asian America."
From Hiroshima to Hope Advertisement for event
War & Peace Brooke Kempner
Before Ichiro... John Wallingford
From Hiroshima to Hope Advertisement for Event
"I Am American: A Community Journal" Article on the New Dialogue Initiative exhibit, "I Am American: A Community Journal." Includes background info on New Dialogue Initiative exhibits.
Wing Luke Asian Museum holds New Year's Auction Inaba, Yaeko Article on WLAM's 2003 auction
Wing Luke Asian Museum's New Dialogue Initiative Exhibit to focus on community concerns for social issues Info on the New Dialogue Initiative exhibit program
Admission is free to the Seattle Asian Art Museum today
Tibetan monks create a large sand mandala at the Seattle Asian Art Museum Advertisement for Seattle Asian Art Museum
New Years All Year Round
Amy Yee inducted into local tennis hall of fame Woo, Aaron Local tennis legend Amy Yee, one of the first Asian Americans to succeed in tennis, became the first minority to be inducted into the US Tennis Association's Pacific Northwest Section Hall of Fame.
A rockin' good time Jennifer Ching
Big Wiesy makes it look easy Doug Ferguson
Introducing Harlemm Lee Edward J. Han
Rock Bottom Rockers John Marshall
The Hiphop Tip: Back in the Day Chesneau, Samuel L. A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene." Includes Seattle's hip-hop history.
"It's Like That": A Hip-Hop Exhibition at the Wing Luke Asian Museum On the WLAM's Hip-Hop exhibit, "It's Like That: Asian Pacific Americans and the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene."
"Playing for Keeps: Asian Americans in Sports"
EMP Live
APA Hip-hop exhibition
Alums Hail Successes of Asian athletes Carol N. Vu
Major events in the Philippines' troubled recent history
UW Asian Athletes Featured in Museum Exhibit Article in The Fountain, UW Alumni Association's Member Newsletter, about WLAM's exhibit on Asian American athletes, "Playing for Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports"
Ichiro: Pinch-Pitcher? John Hickey
Hasegawa a man for all seasons David Andriesen
Relief for Pineiro John Hickey
Hasegawa puts in OT, relieves M's worries Jose Miguel Romero
Skating's star shines brighter than ever Bruemmer, Hayley
Yao Ming at the Rose Garden Edward J. Han
Xue not ready for NBA
Poor Putting hurts Woods
Asian teams compete for world youth cup
Top-prize scramble Doug Ferguson
Wie brings short game to LPGA Paul Newberry
Ex-football player spent life catching cavities Ching, Jennifer Dr. Peter Domoto will be honored by the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation as 2003's Asian American Living Pioneer. He helped found WA State's Access to Baby and Child Dentistry program which helps Medicaid-eligible children receive oral health care.… ➤
Local Player Kickin' It Jesse Froehling
Chang, 31, retires from tennis Associated Press
Michael Chang's greatness Summary of the professional tennis career of Michael Chang.
Amy Yee inducted into Hall of Fame Carol N. Vu
Wie: hopes of making the cut slim in male tour-level event
Still Searching Polo
Japanese-American guitarist plays flamenco at Aladdin Theatre Pamela Ellgen
That's My Girl Carrie Howard
Asian Babies, American Parents Lisa Charlie Ritts
Stitching Together History Susan Phinney
Made In Misery Brad Wong
"If Tired Hands Could Talk" Chew, Ron The process and work on the exhibit "If Tired Hands Could Talk". Includes the importance of having an exhibit like this and the oral histories that were incorporated into the exhibit.
If Tired Hands Could Talk
Seattle's Asian garment workers share stories in new video documentary Van Diep
Former sweatshop workers speak out Cheryl Ross
Exhibit tells of trials, triumphs in the I.D. Yasuda, Deanna Features the Wing Luke Museum exhibit "Portrait of a Community" which gives an overview of the history of the Chinatown/International District.
Bold New Look Hank, Rusty Wing Luke Museum gets an updated look.
A New Facade Rekdal, Cynthia Celebrating the completion of the Wing Luke Museum's new entry renovation.
Filipino family in Washington state is granted deportation stay John K. Wiley
New Wing Luke Museum exhibit is one of a kind Sezto, Kelvin The author's view of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest." Includes a look at Filipino American identity and quotes from two of the artists in the exhibit.
Asian Americans Take Sides in I-200 Debate Liza Javier
Filipino American artist Val Laigo is the subject of an upcoming documentary
In Seattle's Wing Luke Asian Museum: Pinoy exhibit attracts 4,500 visitors Oliveros, Claire The Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "PI (Made in America): Filipino American Artists in the Pacific Northwest" has attracted many visitors. Includes details about a tour around the Chinatown/International District given by Fred and Dorothy Cordova, who… ➤
Puppeteer tells lively tales of Chinese Life David Johnson
Hardhips of APA veterans recalled in exhibit Carina A. Del Rosario, Melissa London
Philippine martial law era dissected Jeff Wenger
A Perfect Match Colety, Mark
Unity, not rivalry, among people of color
Just Another Day at the Lab Bach, Deborah
Idol-ized by fans
'Idol' reject Hung is hanging in there- but how? And why? Malcolm X Abram
An extraordinary life Josephine Bridges
Asian population surges in U.S. Genaro C. Armas
Charges against teens dismissed Carol N. Vu
Bilingual students have an advocate in Kono Jennifer Ching
I.D. Community Show-off returns
Chinn loved children and her community Vu , Carol N. Not a true obituary but a summary of her commitment to Asian American rights and details of her health challenges and funeral.
Police chief apologizes over jaywalking 'bust' Brad Wong
International District gets legal lift Diaz, Lisa L. About the International District Legal Clinic, which helps Asian American low-income or non-English speakers with the Law.
Wing Luke : 'Flowers Bloom Fragrantly Among the Riches and Honor' Rochester, Junius
Visas for Life Chesanow, David Features the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Visas for Life: The Story of Dr. Feng Shan Ho."
Visas for Life: The Story of Dr. Feng Shan Ho Article on the exhibit "Visas for Life: The Story of Dr. Feng Shan Ho"
New exhibit at Wing Luke chronicles a people's exodus Ferdinand De Leon
Locke With 15 months left as governor, Locke has lots of support from Asian American communities, although some people dislike his cuts to public education.
A Moment with... Elliott Kim, state commission on Asian Pacific American affairs
Report: NYPD's "no-turbans" policy wrong Erik Derr
Shinseki honored at Army museum
A Closer Look at Race at Wing Luke, Beyond talk artwork expresses what words cannot say about race and racism
Laotion arts exhibit
Wing Luke Asian Museum features folk arts exhibit of Lao Prince Tiao Nithakhong Somsanith
'Searching for Asian America' finds leader, artist and dedicated doctor Pamela Sitt
Indo-American Business Pages: Washington
Educators and Asian American Studies Center for Research and Services for Multiethnic Education Collection of resources for review by public school teachers and administrators to encourage incorporation of Asian American studies in the regular curriculum.
A Quiet American Sounds Off: An Address Marumoto, William H. Mo Address to the Philippine Lawyers Association of Washington DC, Arlington VA. September 20, 1986
Making sports history Beason, Tyrone A look at the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "Playing for Keeps: Asian Pacific Americans in Sports." Includes interviews with Frank Fujii, Seattle's first Asian American head coach of a Seattle area high school; Wang Yung, fencing champion; and … ➤
Asian Dragons
Gifted guide: Vi Mar's tours keep the city's ethnic history alive Villano, Matt Features the Chinatown Discovery Tour, led by Vi Mar and Howard King
The Message Marc Ramirez Mentions Wing Luke Asian Museum
Class, Gender, and Race: Chinese Servants in the North American West Terry Abraham
Cambodian Deportees Face Hard Realities Chris Decherd
Spirit Survives Polo
Race: talk the talk, walk the walk Huynh, Diem Focuses on the exhibit "Beyond Talk, Redrawing Race", which encourages people who have different perspectives to share their thoughts and experiences about race.
End Modern Slavery Rep. Velma Veloria, Sen. Jeann Kohl-Welles, Sutapa Basu & Norma Timbang
A Lion's Share of Good Luck A photograph of Mak Fai Washington Kung Fu Club performing a Lion Dance during Lunar New Year celebrations in the Chinatown/International District.
Where Did East Meet West? In L.A. Heseon Park
Notes on Chinese Fans Jue, Willard
Even after all these years Sakura, Christina Summary of the history of the NVC from inception to 2001.
Short Films Get New Life At Asian America Film Festival Hartl Films include: "My America...or Honk If You Love Buddha", "A Man's Man's World", "Sunsets", "Edge, Cult and Camp IV", "From Sand to Celluloid: Aboriginal Filmmakers", "There is No Name For This", "A Woman's Work is ...", Shopping For Fangs", A Page… ➤
February 19, 2001 - Remembrance at the Wing Luke Asian Museum WLAM staff, Tetsuden Kashima
Still Foreign? The Perils of Being Asian in Difficult Times Chong-Suk Han
Internment, as seen by a boy and grandmother Sheila Farr
Solution to combat racial bigotry: Stop dwelling on it Michelle Malkin
Asian Counciling Service Helps Immigrants Adjust to A New Life Slind - Flor
Japanese Americans wonder what future holds Kawada, Eijiro
Bainbridge Island vows to 'never forget' Associated Press
Takuji Yamashita paved the way
A pan-Asian culture is knit from small separate groups Betsy Hammond
Oregon's Asian Americans flourish Angie Chuang
Worshipping diversity at University of Michigan Chapman, Steve
The Fred Korematsu Story: an American story Yayoi Lena Winfrey
Nation honors Asian American vets Jacqueline Newmyer
Asian American heroes get added validation Martin Kasindorf
Asians still an 'alien presence in America,' policy report says K. Connie Kang
Stealing my right to be entirely human Laura Yuen
Exhibit hails Nikkei women Sean Nelson
Asian-American Affairs: Oriental Taro O'Sullivan
Honor William Nakamura's heroism The city council introduces a resolution to name the Federal Courthouse after William Kenzo Nakamura, a member of the 442 Regimental Combat Team and a Seattle resident.
Grand Finale Tribute Celebrates Valor of WWII Asian American Vets
The Japanese Vet who will be honored Han, Chong-Suk
21 Asian-American vets to get Medal of Honor Associated Press
Vets get highest military award
Clinton awards Medals of Honor to Asian-American war heroes Deb Riechmann
'Beyond Barbed Wire' to Have Encore National PBS Airing
New film helps draft resisters search for place in WWII history Jones, Bart
Bitter Sugar: Early Asian Immigration to America Chong-suk Han
Changing Fortunes Chong-suk Han
After the War: Remembering Saigon
Campaigning with color Timothy Egan
Seattle's Asian Immigrants Kim
Asian Men Can Jump! Sam Cacas
Cathay Post active for more than 50 years Lloyd Hara
"All Kinds Now": Seattle's Asian Community Bends with the Winds of Change Anderson
E-mail: A New Tool to Fight Racism Ariana E. Cha
CLPEF announces new web links Stephanie Lai
Artists to Sell Wares, Benefit District The start of the International District Arts and Crafts Co-operative.
Silent stones speak in Portland's Japanese American plaza Kawamoto, Kevin Describes part of the Governor Tom McCall Park which is known as the Japanese American Historical Plaza. Features stones etched with poetry to remind viewers of the struggle and hardship that Japanese immigrants and their descendants in the U.S.… ➤
The Chinatown Scene A brief history of how Chinatown/International District was formed.
Japanese-Americans Face New Fears Seth Mydans
Japanese-Americans assail rebirth of racism Tim Neff
Couples in interracial marriages focus on common goals William R. Macklin
Asian-Americans in middle of California controversy Clarence Page
Federal housing programs explored Sugimura, Diane Explanation of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, with a focus on Section 8 and Section 312 in relation to the Chinatown/International District. It shows that the District isn't getting the housing rehabilitation that it needs.
Army ponders Medal of Honor upgrades for 104 AA WWII veterans Caroline Aoyagi
'New World' crafts Kangas, Matthew Art review and description of the "Beyond the Rock Garden" exhibit at the Wing Luke Asian Museum.
Year of Infamy: U.W. Press publication still unmatched Omori, Chizu Review of: Years of Infamy: the Untold Story of America's Concentration Camps by Michi Weglyn. Re-published by Univ. Wash. Press from original 1976 publication.
Making Asian American History Dudley, Paul
Justice is Served: How Community Involvement Made a Difference Wang, Jim Captain
A fear for success Page, Clarence
Mask The "Mask" entry from an Encyclopedia Britannica.
The History of Masks Sivin, Carole Chapter from the book "Maskmaking" by Carole Sivin. Includes information about Noh (Japanese theater that includes masks), Chinese opera, Korean theater, and Bali performances.
Masks Exhibit/curriculum box text about masks. Items listed seem to tie with the Wing Luke Museum.
Opening of 9066 exhibit Lepley, Jean How members of the community view the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066"
"9066" exhibit plans to get the word out Takami, David Announcing the creation of the Wing Luke Museum's newest exhibit "Executive Order 9066." The reporter includes the importance of having this exhibit in the community
Still learning after all these years Shimabukuro, Bob Reporter gives own views of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066"
'9066' exhibit: A collaboration of volunteers Taniguchi, Sandee The creation of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066." Includes the building of an interment camp barrack.
Record-setting exhibit closes Aug. 30 Yoshida, Tanya About the WLM exhibit, Executive Order 9066
E.O. 9066 departs, but memories remain Takami, David Reporter reflects on the impact of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066."
Executive Order 9066 lives on for Japanese Americans Cassidy, Susan L. Summarizes the actions of the men who said "no" to two questions on the loyalty statement required of all Japanese Americans. Explains the rift this caused in the Japanese American community that exists even today and pleads for tolerance between… ➤
Now and Then: Seattle's Second School Dorpat, Paul the Old Main Street School annex survives as an official city landmark.
Thousands More Eligible for Redress Luna, Deni Yamauchi List additional categories of people eligible for redress. This includes mostly children born under various circumstances. This article is incomplete.
New history for a new millenium Bock, Paula Richard White gives a new perspective on history. In this article he lists the 10 events that shaped the Pacific Northwest.
A Little Bit of the Museum's Heart and Soul is Walking Out the Door Lau, Alan Letter to the Editor laments the recent lay-offs of three Wing Luke Museum staff members.
Asian Americans in Congress upset by colleague's remarks Hook, Janet Rep. Howard Coble, R-N.C. suggested that Japanese Americans were interned during WWII for their own protected. Rep. Mike Honda and Re. David Wu responded that the comments were offensive.
Rep. Patsy Mink, first Asian-American congresswoman, dies Staton, Ron
Asian Influence? Bush, James
New School Mudede, Charles
New exhibit explores rich past of area Japanese Americans Maeshiro, Ken
Articles on Chinese and Asian building architecture.
Bells Articles on Asian bells
Shedding Light on Exploitation Chansanchai, Athima Cassie Chinn, left, and May Ching prepare the "Women and Violence" exhibit, which opens tomorrow at the Wing Luke Asian Art Museum in Seattle. The exhibit, which runs through Sept. 4, focuses on the vulnerability and resilience of Asian-Pacific… ➤
Old Chinatown Attracts New Money Ho, Vanessa Ron Chew and his sons, Cian, 9, left, and Kino, 7, huddle as they hear noises from an old window shutter blowing outside one of the Kong Yick buildings yesterday. The building, constructed in 1910, was once a hotel for single men. The Wing Luke Asian… ➤
Order is Signed by Judge A judge granted a temporary restraining order against the AFof L, its president William Green, and the local organizer Leo Flynn at the request of the Cannery Workers and Farm Laborers Union from recognizing a rival union as the representative of… ➤
C.I.O. Cannery Union Favors Election Plan A settlement over the dispute between the AFL and CIO over who should represent the Alaska cannery workers seemed to be resolved when there was agreement that the matter should be taken up by vote.
Salmon Tieup Feared in New Union Quarrel Dispute between rival cannery workers' unions held the prospect of a delay in the salmon fishing industry.
Day of Rebirth, Sorrow Revisted. Davila, Florangela Friday, April 29, 2005, 12:00 a.m. Pacific… ➤
A Fateful Day for Vietnamese Chansanchai, Athima SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER… ➤
Japanese look back 50 years to the horrors of internment Foster, David A summary of the internment brought up-to-date with tales of a growing tide of anti-asian harassment. Article is incomplete.
Minidoka was more than an 'interlude' Hannula, Don Article mentions the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "Executive Order 9066: 50 years before and 50 years after."
There's an IDEA behind new mural Reiner, Cathy On the dragon mural in Hing Hay Park
The same lesson - 50 and 200 years ago Williamson, Don Article mentions the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibits "Executive Order 9066: 50 years before and 50 after." This is the same article, published on a different date, as found in 1900.4871.
Voices of past, present cry out against injustice Williamson, Don Article mentions the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibits "Executive Order 9066: 50 years before and 50 after."
A welcome gift from Taipei The city council of Taipei, Taiwan gives Seattle a pavilion for Hing Hay Park. Includes commentary on Seattle's last gift from an Asian country: the City of Tokyo, Japan, gave a gift of a tea house for the Japanese Garden in the Arboretum.
Camp Harmony story unfolds The Wing Luke Asian Museum's traveling exhibit, "Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years After", is displayed at the Puyallup fairground's The Fair Museum. Japanese Americans comment on the exhibit and their experiences during their… ➤
Japanese Americans must heal battle scars Opinion, the Japanese American community continues to be split over whether the men who refused to go to the camps or the men who fought in World War II were right. It is time for each side to respect the decision of the other and heal the wounds… ➤
Understanding, not forgiveness, needed Ikeda, Tsuguo "Ike" Article is a response to the editorial "Japanese Americans must heal battle scars" (1900.4917)
Seattle exhibit tells stories of Asian-American veterans Overview of Wing Luke Asian Museum exhibit "A Different Battle"
Asian American workers describe 'ethnic profiling' Anderson, Nick
Asian Pacific American stand-up comedy festival This item is a flyer advertising the "Asian Pacific American stand-up comedy festival"
Wing Luke Asian Museum hopes to move WLM's agreement to purchase Kong Yick Building/Freeman Hotel
Drill teams speak on histories, rivalries Dapiaoen, Ian Features the Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team and the Filipino Youth Activities Drill Team. Takes a look at their history and their impact in Seattle.
Poets slam down rhythms and rhymes Vu, Carol N.
A People's Exhibit: Display shows the richness of Asian community Iritani, Evelyn A review of the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "One Song, Many Voices." Includes background information about the exhibit and a look at racial discrimination Asian Americans have faced over the years.
Wing Luke Asian Museum Honored at Special White House Ceremony Luna, Deni WLAM was award the National Award for Museum Service and met with Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Humble activist praised for vision, leadership Ching, Jennifer
Poncho at (dare we say it) middle age Cronin, Mary Elizabeth At the Patrons of Northwest Civic, Cultural and Chritable Organizations (Poncho) turns 35, its seeks younger members and more diverse arts projects, including the Wing Luke Museum.
Matters of Survival: Asia/America at the Tacoma Art Museum Glowen, Ron Reviews Asia/America: Identities in Contemporary Asian American Art, a national exhibit on display at the Tacoma Art Museum.
They Painted from their Hearts: Pioneer Asian American Artists Glowen, Ron Article on the Wing Luke Museum's exhibit "They Painted from their Hearts"
Youth anthology seeks submission
Ron Chew: Community Power Gelernter, Carey Quan A look at how Ron Chew has shaped the Wing Luke Museum ever since becoming its Executive Director 3 years previous. Includes a biography of Chew.
Anthology shows diversity of Korean American voices Han, Edward J. A compilation of essays, poems, and short stories that are representative of the diversity of experience of Korean immigrants to the U.S.
The place we called Holly Park Del Rosario, Carina A. Resident's of Holly Park reflect on their time spent in that community. The Oral Histories from these residents are part of a program produced by the Wing Luke Museum. Holly Park is to be demolished to make way for mixed income housing
3 themes dominate shows at Wing Luke Hackett, Regina Critical review of several of the pieces in the 14th annual Asian American Artists Exhibit hosted by the Wing Luke Museum.
"What is it, to be an American?" Don Pugnetti Author mentions how race still plays a factor in determining who's "American", no matter how many generations one's family has lived here.
New permanent Asian Pacific American exhibit to open next year Suguro, Ed The new, permanent Wing Luke Museum exhibit will cover 10 groups: Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian, other Southeast Asians, South Asians and Pacific Islanders.
Wing Luke Asian Museum gets $13,000 Met Life grant Kuo, Fidelius Wing Luke Asian Museum receives Metropolitan Life Foundation's "Multicultural Initiatives" grant. Money from grant will be used by WLAM to expand the permanent exhibit that highlights the heritage and artifacts of Asian immigrants to the US.
Asian American soldiers faced the enemy and prejudice Ho, Vanessa
Important to know it did happen Moy, Kimberly
Wing Luke: the man behind the museum Stripling, Sherry See notes for text.
It's a week to remember for Wing Luke museum's chief Iwasaki, John On Ron Chew receiving the Western Museums Association's Director's Chair Award and the Ford Foundation's Leadership for a Changing World Award. He was also inducted into the UW's Department of Communitcation's hall of fame.
Museum exec an insider to history Davila, Florangela Interview with Ron Chew. Includes his history, the history of the Wing Luke Asian Museum, and the purchase of the Kong Yick buildings.
Chinatown's heart to house new museum Daza, Rosario Within the Kong Yick buildings are the stories of thousands of new immigrants.
Enter the lions: Traditional Chinese dance brings luck and prosperity Cruz, Jason The origins and symbolism of the Chinese lion dance. Focuses on three Lion Dance teams from Seattle: Mak Fai Washington Kung Fu Club, International Lion Dance Team, and Seattle's Kung Fu Club.
Executive Order 9066: The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans An info booklet for the photo exhibit "Executive Order 9066" that was displayed at the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Includes excerpts from "The Japanese in California" and words from Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court, Tom C. Clark. Most of the… ➤
Ai-Lee in Wonderland Nihei, Judith college paper from Davis Ja's GIS 410 class on how Asian Americans are portrayed in Children's Literature
2 Youths Arrested for Photos Two Asian youths were arrested after taking pictures at a Seattle pier, and people called the police because they were suspicious.
Yarnell and Japanese Snively, Frank A letter writer to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer criticized the suggestion of an Admiral Yarnell (ret.) for advocating the change in anti-Asian immigration laws and allow Asians and specifically Japanese to immigrate to this country on the same… ➤
"The Heathen Chinee" Stereotypes of Chinese in Popular Music Brown, Darren Lee Packet of Curricular Activities Dealing with Chinese Stereotypes in Popular Music
"The Heathen Chinee" Stereotypes of Chinese in Popular Music Brown, Darren Lee Museum Exhibit Program Dealing with Chinese Stereotypes in Popular Music
Museum and forest service to study early Chinese settlers Gelernter, Carey Quan Dale Hom, staff from the Forest Service, talks about an idea for a tour of Chinese American history around the Pacific Northwest. Includes University of Idaho research.
'West Side Story' Gets New Twist Adcock, Joe The Northwest Asian American Theatre will be doing a production of "West Side Story" performed at Nippon Kan Theatre. It features an Asian American story with the Chinatown/International District as a background.
Yoshio Noma's Covered Alley Dorpat, Paul Describe's Yoshio Noma's work, including photographs he took of Post Alley. Noma won the 1955 Seattle Times Amateur Snapshot Contest.
Emerging Leaders in 1996 Ng, Assunta
Greenwood Gallery Features Chinese Artists Taylor, Susanne
Duo of Asian American performers explore issues through art Lagonoy, Jeff
"Uncle Bob" does one-man show at NWAAT Jung, Soya
Shigeko Uno Iwamoto, Gary
Frank Irigon Iwamoto, Gary
Asian Pacific American Community Voice Awards Takami, David
Van Sar Shimabukuro, Robert
Dan and Sid Ko Shimabukuro, Robert
Stars With a Far-East Glow Baroni, Diane
United Way President Elaine Chao visits ACRS and CISC Ng, Assunta
House Approves Chinese protectoin legislation Honour, Tracy
This & That Ng, Assunta
Lloyd Hara announces early retirement Kuo, Fidelius
10 Asian American candidates head into the primaries Honour, Tracy
'They Painted from Their Hearts' Yong, Byron Au
Children's Museum brings Asian culture alive for kids Yip, Carol
Asian Youth Cordova, Dorothy L.
Asian Farmers and the Pike Place Market: Cultivating the Soil From the Years Past Ritts Part I: The Japanese American Century Part II: Filipino American Farmers - A New Generation
Rainier Valley: Community is on the mend Higgins, Mark A profile of Rainier Valley. It had high crime rates and poor housing, but today, the crime rates are low and housing is being updated to standards. There are also ways to improve the area including LINK transportation and growing business.
Asian American Stereotypes in the Media Duque Syllabus for class at the University of Washington
Cataloging and Classification of Non - Western Material Aman, ed. Oryx Press, Mansell/London, 1980. Chapters on Chinese Language material, Japanese Language material and Southeast Asian: Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Phillipines, Brunei and Papua New… ➤
Ron Chew Rao, Sanjiv Oral History interview by the New York University Wagner Graduate School of Public Service with Wing Luke Asian Museum director Ron Chew
Asian American Health Forum Quock, Collin P. (ed.)
Washington State Asian Pacific American Organizations Resources Directory
White Community and "Yellow Peril" in Mississippi Valley Historical Review Matthews, Fred H. Development of fear of Japanese Americans on west coast.
The Ethnic American Family Moore, III, ed Articles on Asian American Experience, Chinese American Family, Japanese American Family, Filipino American Family.
Washington State Resource Directory Washington State Commission on Asian American Affairs
Asian Specific Protocols Asian American Health Forum Hepatitis B, Thalassemia, Tuberculosis
Seattle Asian Business and Professional Directory Published by Judi M. Yorioka and G. David Hoy
Educational Equity for Asian and Pacific American Women Thein
Social Policy Issues in the Early Education of Asian American and Pacific Island Children Takanishi
Asian and Pacific American Early Education: Resesarch Needs Kitano
Five Asian and Pacific American Perspectives on Educational Policy Comments of Patsy Takemoto Mink, Fofo I. F. Sunia, Allan L. Seid, Gladys Chang Keith Hardy, and Norman Y. Mineta
Attorney General's Asian and Pacific Islander Advisory Committe
Social Service Program to Compliment Project Pioneer Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asians in the Northwest: An Annotated Bibliography Yoshitomi Northwest Asian American Studies Research Group
Concerns of Asian American Women Task Force on Asian American Women
Circle of Friendship: Asian Pacific American Artists Cross Cultural Heritage and the American Experience, A Cultural Education Project HIRO, ed. Photocopy of the book "Circle of Friendship", which is about Asian Pacific American artists from Washington, D.C.
Commission on Asian American Affairs Hayasaka, Lois
Asian Pacific Americans in Washington State Washington State Commission on Asian American Affairs Resource directory.
Washington's Asian and Pacific American Studies: Today and Tomorrow
A Report on a Conference of Delegates from Indochinese Associations in Washington State Matsudaira, Martin M Sponsored by the Washington State Commission on Asian American Affairs Office of the Governor
Washington State Asian Pacific American Organizations Resources Directory Commission on Asian American Affairs
An Analysis of Assertiveness and Self - Esteem of Asian/Pacific American Collage Students Haskins
Counseling Across Cultures: A Critique Lee, D. John The author suggests factoring in culture when counseling, especially when you counsel across cultures.
Asian/Pacific American Men and Women Administrators Co - existing in Educational Leadership Washington Assc. for Asian and Pacific Am. Ed.
Ten Years Later: A Public Hearing on the Issues Impacting Washington State's Asian Pacific Americans in the 1980's Wash. State Comm.on Asian American Affairs Includes sections on education, employment, media images, cultural isolation, civil rights, immigration, health, housing, refugees, mental health, social services, children and youth, elderly, women
Educational Concerns of Asian Americans Task Force on Education
Entering the Mainstream! Fifth East Coast Asian American Education Conference
Asian/Pacific American Education Agenda for the 1980's Contains 14 resolutions with corresponding strategies for improving education for Asian Pacific Americans.
1979 Washington State Asian and Pacific American Studies Symposium
Asian and Pacific American Studies in the Northwest ; Strategies for the 1980's Kashima
Asian and Pacific American Perspectives on Educational Policy The Second Annual Conference of the National Association for Asian and Pacific American Education
Asian and Pacific American Education: Directions for the 1980's A National Conference by the National Association for Asian and Pacific American Education, APACS/US Office of Education, and the National Institute of Education. A folder that contains brochures, flyers, and articles on public education, conference… ➤
Education Concerns of Asian and Pacific Americans Conference Report from Asian Pacific American Concerns Staff part of the Office of Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
Education and Change Third Annual Conference of the National Association for Asian and Pacific American Education
Our Government (Chinese Version) DeCano II
Our Government (Korean Version) DeCano II
Asian Americans Owan, Tom Paper presented at the National Conference of Social Welfare, San Francisco, California, May 13, 1975.
A Bibliography of Asian and Asian American Books for Elementary School Youngsters Produced by State of Washington and the Asian American Cultural Heritage Program and Asian American Education Association.
Commission on Asian American Affairs Hayasaka, Lois E. Published by the Washington State Commission on Asian American Affairs
Nonwhite Races: State of Washington Schmid, Calvin F, Charles E. Nobbe, and Arlene E. Mitchell Washington State Planning and Community Affairs Agency, presents changes and characteristics of nonwhite racial groups in Washington from 1870 - 1960.
Building Our Own Chinese Nursing Home Society
Immigrant Numbers for July 1983 U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consulate Affairs, Visa Office This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during July 1983.
Rural Asian Americans: An Assessment Pascua, Jr, Reynaldo Report of the Yakima Valley Asian American Task Force, Commission on Asian American Affairs.
Quarterly Report: Demonstration Project for Asian Americans Kim Deomonstratrin Project forAsian Americans, 1608 Jeffersaon Street, Seattle, WA. 98122
To Live and Pray in L.A. Rourke, Mary USC religion professor Donald Miller and freelance photographer Jerry Berndt have a new photography exhibit on religious activity in Los Angeles' immigrant communities, including several Asian American communities.
Office for Asian American Affairs Involvement in the Indochina Refugee Resettlement Program Cheung
A Plan for the Protection of Asian Pacific American Heritage in King County, Washington Dubrow, Gail and Jennifer Meisner Asian Pacific American Hertage preservation
Post Conference Report: First PAC Northwest Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Conference on Human Services and Social Actions Hom, George L.
Population Bulletin: Asian Americans: Growth, Change and Diversity Gardner
1982 Survey of Minority - Owned Business Enterprises: Asian Americans, American Indians and Other Minorities U.S. Department of Commerce
1980 Census of Population: Vol. I, Chapter B, General Population Characteristics, Part 49 Washington U.S. Department of Commerce
Civil Rights Digest: Asian and Pacific Americans
A Report on Anti - Asian Violence in the United States Japanese American Citizens League
Asian American Politics In the City of Seattle Chen, Katy
Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics Program for the State of Asian Pacific America: Economoic Diversity Issues and Policies.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Council: 3rd Annual Leadership Conference
Bilingual Day Care Programming For Asian Children Otto
Asian Pacific American Organizations Resource Guide Commission on Asian American Affairs
Asian American, Black, Chicano, Native American, Exempt & Classified Personnel in Washington's Community College System State Board For Community College Education
Vietnamese, Cambodian, Lao, Hmong and Asian Indian Languages Materials for Immigrants and Refugees Multicultural Distributing Center
Story of the Bush Hotel, The Chin, Sue
Film, Video and Media Filmmaker John Pai has created a movie about artist Val Laigo titled "The Life and Art of Val Laigo." Article includes a picture of the artist
'I believe in participatory kind of management' Castilla, Greg Theresa Fujiwara was appointed as the Executive Director of Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS), replacing Dave Okimoto
Twelve of our Outstanding Volunteers The Examiner honors the contributions of 12 outstanding volunteers in the Asian American community.
America's abuse of Asians traced Sundvall, Mitsu Akiyama Review of two books: Asian Amnericans: Chinese and Japanese in the United States Since 1850 by Roger Daniels and Strangers from a Different Shore: A History of Asian Americans by Ronald Takaki.
The First National Conference on Asian American Mental Health Huey
Japanese American citizens will make community awards The Japanese American Citizens League will hand out awards to significant members of the Asian American community.
State Asian commission pleads for emergency funds Schumacher, Elouise
ACRS has come a long way in 10 years Castilla, Greg S. Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) celebrates its 10th Anniversary. Includes history of the organization.
Report To the Governor on Discrimination Against Asians Asian American Advisory Council
Employment Patterns of Southeast Asian Refugees Bach
Resonating evocative drama, A Song for a Nisei Fisherman Sugai, Esther
Asian counseling service helps immgrants adjust to a new life Slind-Flor, Victoria
Refugees may get new lands to till
Our Government: (Filipino version) DeCano, Pio, Jr. A short book on the history of government in both English and Tagalog. Starting with how government was made and how other countries run their governments. Includes a look at US government.
Immigrants and the Economy
Refugees offered land to farm Paynter, Susan
Widley-acclaimed novelist once disdained fiction Takami, David
Success of Asian Americans: Fact or Fiction? United States Commission on Civil Rights
Success of Asian Americans: Fact or Fiction? statistics of the succesful of Asian Americans
Civil Rights Digest focusing on the civil rights of Asian and Pacific Americans
Allies and Enemies: The Dilemma of Asian Americans during World War II gives names, voices, and faces to the wartime contributions and experience of Asian Americans
Vision: A Special Asian Pacific Heritage Month Supplement asian pacifice heritage
A Sense of Place This project is designed to bring closer ties to the Asian/Pacific Islander communities we serve and the Mt. Hood National Forest. Our hope is by describing events, activities, histories, special places, and adding in some photographs we can build… ➤
Recent Activities Against Citizens and Residents of Asian Decent U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
A History Bursting With Telling: Asian Americans in Washington State talks about Asian Americans migrating, doing labor, and their community in Washington State
Utsau 2008: Seattle's 5th Annual South Asian Arts Festival Pictures and descriptions of utsav 800 artists and accompanists
A Report on Asian American Violence in the United States Japanese Ameican Citizens League
Old Japan: Catalogue 30 A catalogue of photos with Asian relations.
A Celebrating of Hope and Healing: Saluting Washington Medal of Honor Recipents talks about asian americans fighting in World War II
The Next Frontier: Asian American Journalists Association's 15th Annual National Convention Asian American Journalists Association National Convention program 2002
When Hate Hits You: An Asian Pacific American Hate Crime Response Guide This guide provides a resource that contributes to a better understanding of anti-Asian violence and how to respond.
A Troubling Legacy: Anti-Asian Sentiment in America Asian American immigrants being the targets of racism.
1998-1999 Biennual Report National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium advancing the legal and civil rights of the mnation's Asian Pacific Americans through litigation, advocacy, public education and public policy.
30 something 30th anniversary celebration, honoring Tama Tokuda for her life long contribution to the arts/program
Recent Activities Against Citizens and Residents of Asian Descent Informs the public about the nature of racially movtivated violence, harassment, and intimidation directed against Asian and Pacific Island Americans, Asian immigrants and Indochinese refugees
Audit of Violence Against Asian Pacific Ameircans: Continuing the Campaign Against Hate Crimes Comprehensive, nationalwide, non-governmental compilation and analysis of anti-Asian violence in the United States
A Report on the Status of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Education: Beyond the "Model Minority" Sterotype Going behind the model minority sterotype in an eddort to reveal the complex and diverse realities of Asian American and Pacific Islander students
Year of New Beginnings: Featuring the Art of Cuisine Year of New Beginnings Dinner & Auction program and information
The 9th Fukuoka Asian Cultural Prizes 1998 Forums A collection of forums given by the prize laureates during the official event sheld in September 1998
The 10th Fukuoka Asian Culture Prizes 1999 Forums A collection of forums given by the prize laureates during the official event sheld in September 1999
Asian American Media Catalog Lists Asian related documentaries and descriptions
28th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival Schedules of films of San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
Belonging on Beacon Hill Large, Jerry
Portraits-East Kong Yick Buildings: Keeping Spirits Alive Bock, Paula
Urban, hip and Asian? You've got a website Wong, Brad
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders - Facts Not Fiction: Setting the Record Straight
An Asian American Perspective on Multicultural Education: Implications for Practice and Research Suzuki
100 Years: the Puyallup Fair
Jump Cuts: Baking on Asia
Asian American Perspectives on Educational Policy: The Hawaii Perspective McGregor - Alegado
The Spin on Asian-American hip-hop Potterf, Tina
Special Asian tribute dinner will feature 11 awards Fujii, Ann
In A New Light Dizon, Kristin
Thoughts on Research in Asian American Studies Kagiwada
Hitting Their Mark: Asian Americans take center stage in two splashy musicals: one new, the other retooled Berson, Misha
Gay Lanterns To Decorate Chinatown Reddin, John J.
How Goes Sodo? Seven, Richard
China: Getting to know our neighbor
Grant helping Asian Pacific American alcholics to help themselves Iwasaki, John
Craving Chinatown Asauareungchai, Christina
Is race relations and social justice a priority for the city? Woo, Michael
"Fourth Auntie" was a Chinatown fixture Gonzales, Victor
Northwest Asian American Film Festival
The Asianlzation of America Barker, Olivia
Change of emphasis expected from museum director appointee Talcami, David
Bumbershoot festival showcases many Asian and Asian American artists this year Blauvelt, Wm.
Writings on the wall - but is it art? Chin, Leroy
'API adoptess' stories spotlight Winfrey, Yayoi Lena
Taking in the Work of Tene Yung Praag, Judith Van
I have a strong faith in humanity, not the system Yamasaki, Sara
Encouraging other women to reach maximum potential Bond, Jacqueline
Totally F***ed Up Satu, Dan
Left in the Margins: Asian American Students & the No Child Left Behind Act Asian American Legal Defense + Education Fund
Made in America Mapes, Lynda V.
Despite obstacles, most arts groups are thriving Meyer, Jane
Kids tour a bit of local Asian American history Roberts, Gregory
IMAGE Asian Americans talking about their racial experiences
Two films for all ages about Hiroshima Street, Mike
Helping Link Information and the celebration of helping link's 10th anniversary
Adoptees and Identity Ramirez, Marc
Mental Illness In The Asian American/Pacific Islander Community
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Names in the news
Seattle's Asian Women
Asian American women newscasters Rekdall, Cynthia
The Melting Pot Owen, John
Catherine Shen takes helm of Area Newspaper Rosario, Carina A. Del
Nakauye honored
APIHHEP Benefit Reading
New multicultural history can help us get along Mochizuki, Ken
A/A soul, vision and identity Shimabukuro, Bob
A Thousand Words:Stuck in the Frisco airport Inada, Lawson Fusao
Extending the boundaries of theater Yong, Byron Au
Seattle Asian American TV Reporters
"Please choose one" looks at tough choices multiracial kids face Kuo, Fidelius
The New Asian Standard Premier issue
The world's most expensive dinner Stanley, Lee & Pita
What money will buy, what money will not Polo
First Asian American hired as UW provost
Asian Americans Take a Baby Step into Politics Karnow, Stanley
Hmong look to tradition art form to learn about U.S. Life Forliti, Amy
Biographies
On a Chinese-American heritage tour of the West Ament, Deloris Tarzan Article on the film, "Tour the American West". The video documents the US Department of Agriculture/Forest Service's Heritage Tour for Americans of Chinese ancestry, which focused on the Pacific Northwest. Organized with the Wing Luke Asian Museum.… ➤
Archive and dream Johnson, Dave and Bridges, Josephine
Patti Warashina: Overtly politcla and slyly satirical Loftus, David
Wing Luke Asian Museum plans move to historical building
Symposium on Asian-Pacific Peoples at the Aype, Sept 12-13 2009
Relatively Speaking: An examination of the theoretical foundations of discipline and domain classification as a solution for the organization as a solution for the organization of domain knowledge Sheppard, Heather Jean
Rites of Passage Darini, Bruna
Chicago Removes Asians from setaside Coffee, Melanie
Professors daughter crowned queen Li, Caroline
AAA gets top job at Langston Hughes Vu, Carol N.
Diplomacy, one friendhsip at a time Greene, Richard Ian
Hmong teachers being schooled in Hmong culture Xiong, Chao
Historic APA Summit unites, empowers Vu, Carol N.
NorthWest South Asian Buiness Directory 2002-03 For the South Asian community
Issues facing Asian American women in politics 'hit you in the face' Lowenberg, Cathy Kobayashi
Chinese Community Directory Gives names and address of Asian related stores and restaurants
The Asian Population: 2000 Populations of Asians around United States
Pacific Readers: an Asian Pacific North American Review of Book Covers Pacific Islander voices, includes issues and stories from native peoples of Hawai'i and New Zealand, a looks at current Asian cinema from to Manila, Hong Kong and Tokyo, some refreshing new flow of memoirs from women in China (usually written… ➤
Asian Festivals of Washington State: Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival A project that sought to encourage traditional arts presentation and documentation in the Northwest
Asian Pacific Ameican Community Voice Awards Program for the fifth annual Asian Pacific American Voice Awards
IMAGE Asian Americans talking about their racial experiences
Reflecting On Ethnic Studies Lin Move by students to reinstate Connie So.
Summit shows APA political power as thousands gather at Tacoma Dome Nguyen, Nhien
How to react to FEAR: Stories of rape and recovery Wu, Sian
Hidden in Plain View: An Overview of the needs of Asian American Students in Public School System
A Dream Denied
Three Year Appointment for So From UW Hsu
Action Plan Tong, Wilson
Southeast Asian American Statisticsal Profile
The American Community Pacific Islanders: 2004
19-year-old man charged in shooting of SE Asian youths
The Votes Are In: Kip Tokuda wins state legislative bid, Paull Shin loses Congrssianal try Rosario, Carina A. Del
Audit of Violence Against Asian Pacific Americans, 1993 National Asian American Legal Consortium
Asian Hall of Fame to debut tomorrow Iwasaki, John
Asian American gang related articles
Asian Theater and Wing Luke Museum to share new building in January
The Art of Deception Part I and II Wilson, Duff 2 articles (a two-day series) on the Asian art fakes sold by Thesaurus Fine Arts:… ➤
TOP achievers of 1995: the best of Puget Sound
'Silk Screen' Series Enters Thirds Season
Community Leader Linh Thach: A Story of Rags to Riches Tas, Carla Linh Thach, Cambodian immigrant and crime-prevention coordinator in Holly Park for the Seattle Police Deportment.
Arts Etc. Blauvelt, Wm
Locke Gets a Hero's Welcome in Visit to Ancestral Home Ng, Assunta The Locke family visited their ancestral village of Jilong, on Governor Gary Locke's international trade visit to various parts of Asia. Family members, well wishers, and many members of the press greeted them.
National Pacific Islander Educator Network
A race over money: Cooley vs. Hara Sweeney, Michael
'See, we finally have our own theatre' Mochizuki, Ken
Asian wedding traditions Two articles that talk about the Wing Luke Asian Museum's exhibit "Asian wedding traditions unveilted" by Jean Lepley Seatlte Chinese Post 7.8.89 "Wedding traditions celebrated at Wing Luke" Asia Today 7.6 - 12.89
Picture & brief summary of the Wing Luke Asian Museum's New Years Exhibit
Cooking Columnist Will Be Remembered for Her Love of Food London, Melissa