Newspaper Article - 4 September 1914 - reference to Chinese
- CA SMA SMA_SR-2015-027
Sidney and Islands Review, 4 September 1914, Page 8.
"On Tuesday night, some, time shortly after midnight, two of our well known citizens were rudely aroused from their slumbers by a noise in their back yard. The lady of the house went to i...
Newspaper Article - 26 May 1921 - reference to Chinese
- CA SMA SMA_SR-2015-032
Sidney and Islands Review, "An Important Industry Visited By Our Reporter", 26 May 1921, Page 1.
"An Important Industry Visited By Our Reporter
A visit to the Bazan Bay Brick and Tile plant last Saturday, which is now in ful...
Newspaper Article - 17 February 1927 - Chinese person drowned
- CA SMA SMA_SR-2015-042
Sidney and Islands Review, 17 February 1927, Page 3.
"The Body of Knapp Island Chinese Found
The mystery of the disappearance since January 8th of a Chinaman, Wong Chang, has been solved with the appearance of his body on a beach at the sou...
Newspaper Article - 27 September 1928 - reference to Chinese
- CA SMA SMA_SR-2015-043
Sidney and Islands Review, 27 September 1928. Page 1.
No, this is not a Chink laundryman or general merchant in Chinatown, it has to do with an "elevated" growth on a prominent Sidney man's back shed roof. We have...
- CA TN TN_1960.027.001
A sixteen gauge metal box engraved with a hinged lid and a carved ivory handle. The engraving is detail of two bearded men of Chinese descent in a garden surrounded by an elaborate border.
Photograph - Chinese Masonic Hall
- CA TN TN_2007.052.020
A black and white photograph of the Chinese Masonic Hall located at 605 Lake Street, in a photograph album containing images of buildings and bridges.
A set of 37 rectangular-shaped, textile-backed game markers. Each item displays two Chinese characters in black ink.
File 1: Chinese newspaper
File 2: textile pieces with hand-written Chinese characters
File 3: Chinese paper of various colours and markings
Chinese Soup Bowl (Food Service T&E)
- CA NAN NAN_2003.083.002 (a-c)
The soup bowl, lid, and saucer were used for formal dinners at the Rendezvous Restaurant in Nanaimo.
Silk Chinese Outfit Worn by Mrs. Georgina (Mac) Nicholson
- CA CUMB CUMB_983.092.002
This outfit was worn by Mrs. Georgina (Mac) Nicholson (source unknown). This item was possibly from Chinatown, Vancouver B.C. Mrs. Nicholson lived in Nanaimo B.C
Mrs. Georgina (Mac) Nicholson
Embroidered Handkerchief Given to Charles Lawrence
- CA CUMB CUMB_991.026.002
Embroidered with the name “Shin Ae Won” and the image of a girl collecting items in a basket. Given as a gift from China to Charles Lawrence as an appreciation for his financial donation.