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Entire white spout sherd Semi-porcelain Manufacture Tech. - rolled, pinched Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
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Porcelain bowl sherd 4 seasons motif Manufacture tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
porcelain bowl base sherd 4 seasons motif Manufacture Tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese 2 owner's marks
White stoneware jar neck sherd Manufacture Tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
porcelain bowl sherd celadon glaze Manufacture Tech - thrown Origin Culture - China Use Culture - Chinese
large food container lid sherds
Large dry food container base sherd
Chinese spoon small Hand painted flowers Circa 1900
Brass opium tin
Ladies black fitted fine wool serge tunic. Mandarin collar, hook front with frogs and covered oblong wooden buttons. Collar, sleeves, front and back of tunic trimmed with black braid. Was probably worn over a skirt. Circa 1900
Split bamboo kitchen whisk. Used for cleaning pots and pans. This whisk was originally in the On lee home
Wooden hand made yoke used in Yale area by the Chinese placer miners to carry their pay dirt to creek or river to be washed. Circa 1890
Man yoke Wooden yoke with wires at each end and hook at one end.
This tapestry was gifted to Dr. Robert Lawrence in appreciation for his services to the Chinese community in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. He was given this gift when he moved to Vancouver B.C. -The Chinese Community in Cumberland had this tapestry m...
Dr. Robert Lawrence
Prepared by the Christian Literature Society for the China Sunday School Union in Shanghai. Photographed: front cover; translation available upon request.
Prepared by the Christian Literature Society for the China Sunday School Union in Shanghai.
This book is in English as well as Chinese; it is signed by various people between 1901-1911; the names and signatures read: Chow Wing Yick 1911, David Chow, David W. Chow 645 Main St. Cumberland B.C., Mrs. B.W. Chow 1911, Cumberland B.C., as well...