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Recovered from Chinatown site, Cumberland B.C.
This item was used to heat up opium for smoking.
Recovered from Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. Bottle reads: “Johnson, Liverpool, Trade Mark Registered” with a picture of a compass symbol.
This item was used by Chinese Miners in Cumberland B.C.
The Box has writing with daisies, and a picture of a Chinese man on one side; a dragon and a reindeer on the other.
There are jade, metal, and bead decorations with tassels on the lid of the basket.
From Cumberland B.C's Chinatown.
Lun Ying Library
This package has Chinese designs and writing on the outside.
A: is an oil for headaches, stomach-ache, cold, vomiting.
Photo shows bottles A-I (B is missing).
This item was used for ginger.
This trunk is from the Dart Coon Club that was located in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. The Dart Coon Club building was bought by Gordon Clarke when Chinatown Closed.
Dart Coon Club
Marked ''Colleen Leung.''
The choir group consists of a woman with a violin, 8 men and 16 women. This was possibly a Christmas performance in the school.