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The person identified in this photo is Mah Lip Sui who was the president of the Dart Coon Club (aka Chinese Masonic Hall) in Cumberland B.C. Sui was also the proprietor of Mah Tom Kee Store.
The Chow Lee Store in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. sold groceries, dry goods, books, shoes, and hardware. Date: ca. 1920's?
The people identified in this photo are: (L to R) David Ho Lowe (Chung How Lowe), John Tso (Coconut), Fook Hing Tso, Unidentified person, Philip Ping Lowe, Unidentified person, George Yin Lowe (Chung Yin Low), Bill Hong Lowe (Chung Hong Lowe), Cha...
The people identified in this photo are: On balcony: (L-R) Unidentified person, Bill Hing Lowe, Archie Chow, David Ho Lowe, Philip Ping Lowe, Unidentified person. Ground Floor: George Hing Lowe. Photo: ca. 1910's?
Fai Jung’s Father was shot in this car for political reasons.
The Chow brothers identified in this photo are: (L to R) Bill, Wayne, and Park.
The Tso family members identified in this photo are: (L to R) Dorothy, Ada, Mrs. Tso, John, Mr. Tso, Loy, and Tommy.
The people identified in this photo are: Harold Lim, Clifford Lowe, and Philip Lowe. The location of this photo is likely China Creek. Pre 1929.
The people identified in this photo are: (L to R) Mah Yuen Lee, Child, Mah Sui Heng, and Eva Mah (in plaid skirt). Pre 1929.
The people identified in this photo are: (L to R) Mah Yuen Lee, Child, Mah Sui Heng, and Evah Mah (in plaid skirt).
This photo is restricted due to mature content.
People identified include Mrs. Seto (Heng Mah) and Mrs. Lee Hon Nam (Eva Mah).
The family in this photo is unidentified. Date: ca. 1920's?
The building identified in this photo is the Dart Coon Club in Cumberland B.C. just before it was torn down.
ca. 1920's - 1930's.
This is an identity/ membership card from 1918. The owner was a long-time member of the Nationalist League from 1918-1927 at the very least.
Hong On Tai Inn
This is an informational booklet for members of the Nationalist Movement. It contains vows for members and instructions for Chiang Kai Shek, as well as a message from Dr. Sun Yat Sen.
Chinese Nationalist League
A: envelope is addressed to Foo Yuen Co. from Nanaimo B.C.; Photographed: 982.020.047 B (letter). Date: Dec, 21,1930.
The envelope (A) is addressed to Foo Yuen Co. Cumberland B.C. There is a letter inside (B). Photographed: 982.020.048 A.
A: this envelope was sent to Foo Yuen Co. in Cumberland B.C.; letter B is from Liang-II and reads: “The matter of establish a school is not succeed…” letter C is to Je-Syen from Chang-Za regarding his letter and job. Photographed: 982.020.074 B. F...
Foo Yuen Co.
A: an envelope addressed to Foo Yuen Co. in Cumberland B.C. (Chinese and English writing); B: an envelope addressed to Hwang Je-Syen from his sister; C: a letter written to Hwang Je-Syen from Mai-Syen. The letter discusses money received and infor...