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Used in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Found in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Found in a church in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Made in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Copyright, Tasserman 1993.
Found in the Chinatown church in Cumberland B.C.
The item is commonly known as "bi" in China. It is a double-edged comb with fine teeth. The item is from Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Believed to be from the old Cumberland Museum.
This essay is on various topics including: coal mining, the Chinese Cemetery, Chinese New Year, a description of the game “Fan Tan,” a history of Cumberland B.C. , a list of Chinatown stories, short biographies of Mr. Hock Shun Low and Mr. Man Tom...
The people identified in this photo are Yee Kee, and ex logger that cut timber for the mines (Left), and Chun Gnoo an ex miner (Right).
This tin once contained opium and was likely used by some of the Chinese Community.
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.