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These candles were used for ceremonies; two at one time would be burned.
Found in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. The measurements of these items are numbered in "physical description" based on their order in the photo from left to right beginning with the front row.
Embossing on the front of this jar reads: “Sang Yuen Co. 641 Jackson San Francisco California”
Sang Yuen Co.
This box once contained “Wing Tai Co.” medicine oil known as “Cross Balm.” Which was used for cough, headache, rheumatism, sore throat, toothache, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, sciatica, scorpion, asthma, insect bites, stings, cuts, cramps etc…One la...
Wing Tai Co.
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.''
Scene depiction translated in the water margin.“Shui Hu Zhuan” is considered to be one of the 4 great novels of Chinese literature; the men depicted are members of the 108 stars of destiny, the main characters of the novel. Hazel Jordan owned hote...
This item originated in Quesnel Forks B.C. Its use is unknown.
This note is from Wong Lai Co. Timber Camp in Mud Bay B.C. ; it shows the monthly pay balance for Wang Pai-Gwan in July.
Wong Lai Co. Timber Camp
The content of this novel is a love story.
This citation is from the Cumberland Chinese Masonic Lodge that was location in Cumberland B.C.
Chinese Masonic Lodge
The headline of this newspaper urges Chinese people to return to Hong Kong because of the Soviets.
The Chinese Voice
Jumbo (aka Hor Sue Mah) at his cabin in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. The photo shows smoke coming out of his chimney through the cabin window.