CM 4185 Abacus Finished two compartment wood rack; smaller, upper section has two rows of wood beads [counters]; lower has five; all beads on parallel bamboo [?] rods fitted into rack lengthwise; rack held together by brass corners nailed on; wood slat fitted lengthwise on rack back; center rod is brass.
Photograph consists of an aerial view of Yale Road West where Chilliwack's Chinatown south was located until 1934 when it was destroyed by fire. On the east side of the highway is the Chinese Masonic Hall at 136 Yale Road West which was the only structure to survive the 1934 fire. Chilliwack River is visible in the photograph.
CM 2275 Chinese Medicine Bottle Clear glass, square shape; applied lip; embossed with Chinese characters on 2 sides; English lettering on 1 side that reads: "TIEN SAUTONG / HONG KONG"; bubbles present in glass.
CM 2274 Chinese Medicine Bottle Bottle; light green in colour and hexagonal in shape; sheer top; base repaired, probably with glue; residue present; bottle widens close to neck; Chinese character on base.
CM 4307 Medicine Bottle (a) green clear glass; bubbled; blown cylinder tapered slightly to base; rounded shoulder; crack through body visible; (b) sheer top neck broken away from body; vertical sided tube; rim of spout broken away and missing.
CM 3598 Spray or Watering Can Cylindrical container, closed top and bottom; raised hole in top; tube-like piece soldered across top; with narrow end next to small hole in top; wider end extends past edge of top. Made by Jon Cheung; with two Chinese characters translated as "Cheung Jon".