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Jumbo's Cabin is the last remaining structure from Cumberland B.C's Chinatown, it has been moved from its original location.
Textbook titled “From China to Canada: A History of the Chinese Communities in Canada” by authors H. Con, R. Con, G. Johnson, E. Wickberg, and W. Willmott ; the book was printed in 1982 and published by Mcelland and Steward Ltd.
Mcelland and Steward Ltd.
This line drawing is of an elderly gentleman known as “Broken Back” walking with two sticks; the painting was made in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. It is titled “Cumberland Legacy.” “Broken Back” was a resident of Cumberland B.C’s Chinatown for many...
The book calculating income and expenses for each month (January –December 1929)(A) is likely from the Buddhist Temple that was in Chinatown in Cumberland B.C. The letter (inside of book) and book (B-H) was found in an old Chinatown Building, als...
The calligraphy on this parchment is commemorating the grand opening of the Dart Coon Club, that was located in Cumberland B.C. The Dart Coon Club was a 3 story building that would take in unemployed and loneless laborers who would pay a debt once...
Dart Coon Club
The Chinese residents of Cumberland B.C. were housed at an outbuilding in the hospital which was connected by a walkway after the 1923 explosion
This ceremonial money was used in funeral processions and graveside ceremonies.
This money was made at the turn of the century in Canada.
Translated it reads: "whatever you do please give others a chance then the world will be a happy place."
This scroll would hang on the right side of a doorway; it was created as a celebration for the opening of a new business and was meant to bring good luck.
Lu Wei Oing
This set commemorates the romance between 2 lovers; it was likely given as a wedding gift.
Dai Hong Tzu
The scene is translated water margin. “Shui Hu Zhuan” is considered to be one of the 4 great novels of Chinese literature; the men depicted are members of the 108 stars of destiny, the main characters of the novel.
A: The original conveyance (deed) from the E &N Railway; September, 21, 1897 and notary signed on October, 4, 1897B: A map of the Chinese cemetery made with ink on fabric that reads: “Comox District Lot 1 of Section 25, 2 Acres More or Less”; ...
This lighting bill is from Cumberland Electric Lighting Co. Ltd on China Street, Cumberland B.C. for $3446; account Number 500; Date: November, 20, 1922 –December, 22, 1922.
Cumberland Electric Lighting Co. Ltd
This letter is addressed to Mr. H.V. McRae from F.W. Taylor of the Canadian Department of Citizenship and Immigration, regarding his request for a replacement immigration certificate for his friend. Date: March 4, 1950.
These papers are only used on the birthday of someone who is deceased. The symbols mean “Longevity, and double happiness.”
This script is from the Dart Coon Club in Vancouver B.C. to the Dart Coon Club in Cumberland B.C. The characters on this item mean: river and hill, country, join power to save country. It is clear that the writer of this script was very scholarly.
Dart Coon Club, Cumberland B.C.
This book was once used in a school in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
This Bible was published in 1901 by Shanghai Big American Bible Society.
Shanghai Big American Bible Society
This book was used to teach Confucian ideology to the youth.
This picture hung in the school of Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. The figure on the top, left is Confucius.
A book of building shares that is stamped “Chee Kung Tong Chinese Free Mason Po Box 279 Cumberland B.C.” it also states that the profits were sent to the KMT Party. This book was found in an old Chinatown building that once stood in Cumberland, B.C.
Chee Kung Tong Chinese Free Mason
The first bill’s serial number is: #014836. The second bill’s serial number is: #014837.