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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...
A set of 37 rectangular-shaped, textile-backed game markers. Each item displays two Chinese characters in black ink.
File 2: paper fragments with Chinese characters.
Newspaper wallpaper samples from Kwong Sang Wing Co. in Barkerville.
File 1: Chinese newspaper File 2: textile pieces with hand-written Chinese characters File 3: Chinese paper of various colours and markings
Files 1-2: document with Chinese characters in red and black ink File 3: label with Chinese characters in red ink File 4: Wong Shun Tong documents Files 5-8: Paper document with Chinese characters in red ink File 9: Thomas Shotbolt Limited label f...
Record group includes rubber stamps of Chinese characters, hand-written Kwong Lee & Co. bills from 1861–1862, immigration papers, "British Columbia Monthly"magazines, maps of the Cariboo district, books, pamphlets, and articles.
File 11: fragment of Chinese writing from Lee Chong Co. File 12: Chinese documents
Record group includes Chinese and English books with a child's handwriting, a Chinese atlas, a Chinese newspaper, receipts, and paper with Chinese characters.
Record group includes two items: Chinese writing on six pieces of paper glued to a weathered board. The items are very similar in form.
Includes transcripts of conversations with Bill Hong, photographs of Lee Chong, reproduction wedding and family portraits, account books, receipts, immigration certificates, and a Victory Bonds certificate.
One piece of paper depicting Chinese characters stamped in red ink along with company name in English (illegible).
Includes Chinese White Pigeon Lottery game chits. Also includes reproductions of the White Pigeon Lottery chits and a memo from Greg Oleksiuk, dated September 27, 2000, explaining the lottery pieces.
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...
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.
Includes 33 chits with black Chinese characters used in the gambling game Zhi Hua.
Boxes contain various paper items. Some items are reproductions, some are product packaging, some are original artifacts, and some are paper fragments.
An official Chinese Head Tax certificate dated April 13, 1903 and an envelope connected to Kwong Yee Jane & Co.
Originals and reproductions of China's Foreign Exchange Certificates.