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Box of Wing Cheong Oil

  • CA CUMB CUMB_986.010.221
  • Item

This box of Wing Cheong oil has instructions that state: “contents, directions, and liquid; for ailments such as cold, stomach pain, malariavomit, cough, stroke, sea sick, headache.”

Wing Cheong Tong

Box with Vial of “Suppositoria of Red Pills”

  • CA CUMB CUMB_995.027.004
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This box contains “suppositoria of red pills” that were made in Hong Kong; the box has Chinese and English writing. The product was manufactured by: Ho Ming Sing Tong in Hong Kong.

Ming Sing Tong

Boys Blue Cotton Jacket

  • CA CUMB CUMB_985.038.041
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This style was not considered to be a quality jacket, it was the least expensive of their kind as they usually had silk brocade.

Brass Abacus

  • CA CUMB CUMB_2006.010.001
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This abacus is made completely of brass; it could be a child's abacus due to its size.

Brass Carbide Lamp

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.003.002
  • Item
  • [ca. 1903-1913]

This lamp was patented by the company “justrite” on December, 17th, 1903. May, 7th, 191?. And October, 28th, 1913-; three others pending. The lamp was given to Stan Douglas by Stan Lawrence: Mine Manager.

Stan Lawrence

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