- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1961.0142.0002
A Chinese hand harp. The wooden component is roughly rectangular in shape, but the four corners have been flaired. There are seven of the original eight metal keys still attached to the instrument. The keys have been attached by a narrow band of s...
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1961.0083.0020
A multi-coloured ceramic dresser tray. The artifact is rectangular with short out turned walls. The design may be Chinese, becouse the black markings in the design appear to be Chinese faces, and a oriental type marking appears in red on the botto...
Pipe, smoking, smoking
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1961.0057.0005
A long stemmed Chinese pipe; overall length, 11 3 4". Cherrywood stem 7"_ set in cork. Detachable curved mouth-piece with screw thread for stem. Mouthpiece either of bamboo or some compostion. The stem is set into a porcelain or china bo...
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1961.0117.0009.A
A Chinese soup spoon. The object is a glazed piece of porcelain, hand shpaed, with an all over white underglaze. The spoon area and the handle are one piece. A flat area on the underside of the spoon allows it to sit on a flat surface with the han...
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1961.0052.0001
One Chinese chair. Handmade with wood for a frame and the back, seat and foot rest are woven rope. Head rest is triangular in shape and has an inlaid design in bone or ivory. PH1 2006 PH3 208
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1959.0019.0015.B
Received from McArthur's, Barkerville B. C. 1959. Small Chinese cup. Blue in colour. PH1 2006, PH2 2007
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1959.0019.0015.A
Received from McArthur's, Barkerville B. C. 1959. Small Chinese bowl. Blue in colour. PH1 2006, PH2 2007
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1960.0019.0001
A rectangular shaped wooden abacus. The artifact consists of a box-like frame which in turn has been divided longitudinally through the use of a rectangular shaped piece of wood. A total of eleven circular wooden segments and two circular brass se...
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1959.0017.0001
A large, green, ceramic fruit jar. The jar is glazed and there are line designs around the shoulders of the jar. There is white paint on one side of the jar. Gift from Mrs. C. Nelson. One Chinese fruit jar. Aug. 4, 1959. PH1 2006, PH2 2007
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1959.0004.0001
A small Chinese bamboo flute or "pipe". Instrument was played through end similar to a clarinet. Has 7 holes or keys on front and 1 on back near the mouthpiece. The reeds have a brass bushing wired into the end and this bushing fits its ...
- CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1958.0012.0081
A rectangular shaped Chinese religious shrine. The item initially has a transverse frontal base segment and two square base rear supports. There is a horizontal base that has vertical segments attached to it which makes it appear similar to a stag...
This collection consists primarily of assorted Chinese papers
Box 1: books, Chinese dictionaries, and Chinese-English dictionaries
Box 2: books about herbs, ailments, Chinese opera, divination, abaci, gambling,history, letter writing, dictionari...
95 pieces of rice paper, each backed with card stock for durability (added after). Each piece has stamp-printed Chinese characters; some have handwritten Chinese writing on them and some have characters marked out by black or red ink. Also include...
Record group includes two items: Chinese writing on six pieces of paper glued to a weathered board. The items are very similar in form.
Record group includes Chinese and English books with a child's handwriting, a Chinese atlas, a Chinese newspaper, receipts, and paper with Chinese characters.
File 11: fragment of Chinese writing from Lee Chong Co.
File 12: Chinese documents
File 1: Chinese newspaper
File 2: textile pieces with hand-written Chinese characters
File 3: Chinese paper of various colours and markings
File 2: paper fragments with Chinese characters.
A set of 37 rectangular-shaped, textile-backed game markers. Each item displays two Chinese characters in black ink.
BC Express Company receipts with Chinese writing on verso, dated April and May 1883.
Assorted unidentified published and unpublished Chinese books.
An official Chinese Head Tax certificate dated April 13, 1903 and an envelope connected to Kwong Yee Jane & Co.
Boxes contain various paper items. Some items are reproductions, some are product packaging, some are original artifacts, and some are paper fragments.
Includes 33 chits with black Chinese characters used in the gambling game Zhi Hua.
Includes an account book of the purchase of a building from one of the members for a Tai Ping Fong (Peace Room) at Keitheley Creek in 1888.