A black and white Postcard. This postcard shows ten unidentified Chinese men standing on a front porch of a unidentified building. At the front of this building there is two signs above the door way. These signs are printed in Chinese characters. There is also a fence on this front porch. There is also a window on each side of the doorway. L.13.8cm W.8.6cm Post card was mailed from Port Arthur Ontario on July 12, 1939. It is addressed to Mrs. Lee Chong, Box 57, Barkerville, BC. There are three columns of chinese characters hand wretten on the left side of the back of the card. Fourth man from left may be Ken Wong, Beatrice Keen's husband. Translaton of inscription: "The one in the middle wearing glasses is Consul Hui. Taken on June 21st. Mailed by Jie"
CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1990.0003.0867.1
Depicts a woman standing in the middle distance near a curved retaining wall (for a driveway) with a young girl to the right. In the far distance are houses sloping down to a body of water. See also P6120, P6121.
A rectangular shaped stained wood abacus with several components missing. The artifact has an encircling frame component which is held in place by two lengths of steel wire. There were originally eleven transverse circular wooden components, each with donut-like parts on them. Only one is left. Four donut-like parts have been attached to the artifact by two lengths of white string. There is a longitudinal support. PH1 2006