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Chilliwack Museum and Archives Chinatown (Chilliwack, BC)
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Chilliwack's Chinatowns Merchants

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012-CHL_2015.070-009
  • Dossier
  • 2009-2011
  • Fait partie de Chad Reimer fonds

File contains copies of information regarding merchants within Chilliwack's Chinatown's from the 1891, 1901 and 1911 census.

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Chilliwack's Chinatowns Census of Canada, 1881

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012-CHL_2015.070-002
  • Dossier
  • Photocopied 2009-2011
  • Fait partie de Chad Reimer fonds

File consists of annotated photocopies of the 1891 Census of Canada and notes on Chinese individuals and households in New Westminster District (Chilliwack) in 1891.

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Chilliwack's Chinatown's Businesses

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012-CHL_2015.070-062
  • Dossier
  • 2009-2011
  • Fait partie de Chad Reimer fonds

File contains copies of information pertaining to businesses operated by Chinese in Chilliwack's Chinatown's as compiled by Dr. Reimer.

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Chilliwack Chinatown - South

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012-CHL_2015.070-075
  • Dossier
  • 2009-2011
  • Fait partie de Chad Reimer fonds

File contains copies of 1901, 1911 Census with information pertaining to households in Chinatown South. Also contained are city maps and author's hand drawn maps with information specific to those Chinese individuals living in proximity to Chinatown South. An interview regarding Chinatown is also within the file.

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Chilliwack Chinatown - North

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012-CHL_2015.070-074
  • Dossier
  • 2009-2011
  • Fait partie de Chad Reimer fonds

File contains copies of 1901, 1911 Census with information pertaining to households in Chinatown North. Also contained are both city maps and author's hand drawn maps with information specific to those Chinese individuals living in proximity to Chinatown North.

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Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History

Chad Reimer, PhD, follows dual trails of arson in his book that explores Chilliwack's Chinatowns, which were nearly lost to the past.

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Pen and ink rear view of the old building near Fraser Valley Frosted Foods

  • CA CHL CHL_008049
  • Pièce
  • 1965

Graphic image consists of a pen and ink drawing of the former building near Fraser Valley Frosted Foods. Building is very likely the Chinese Masonic Hall on Yale Road West / Trans-Canada Highway West.

Signatures:
"2:30pm - Wed. Sept 29, 1965 - Old No. 143 from rear - #45559 - According to lady living on property - To be demolished next week". Handwritten in pen at bottom edge of drawing.

The building was located at 143 Trans-Canada Highway West [45559 Yale Road West], and is very likely the old Chinese Masonic Hall. The 1957 Chilliwack directory lists Mrs. B. Woo as the resident at 143 Trans-Canada Highway West.

Pen and ink front view of the old building near Fraser Valley Frosted Foods

  • CA CHL CHL_008048
  • Pièce
  • 1965

Graphic image consists of a pen and ink drawing of the former building near Fraser Valley Frosted Foods. Sign reading "Woo farms Potato drive-in" visible at bottom right corner.

Signatures:
"Tues. Sept. 28, 1965 - Old bldg near Fraser Valley Frosted Foods - due to be demolished? - so I am informed - perspective bad - front doors should be central / #45559 - (old No over door 143)" is handwritten at bottom edge of drawing.

The building was located at 143 Trans-Canada Highway West [45559 Yale Road West], and is very likely the old Chinese Masonic Hall. The 1957 Chilliwack directory lists Mrs. B. Woo as the resident at 143 Trans-Canada Highway West.

Manuscript of Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History

Manuscript entitled "Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History" by Chad Reimer, PhD. The manuscript was published into a book of the same name by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society and the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at the University of BC in September, 2011.

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Dorothy (Chung) Kostrzewa Interview

  • CA CHL CHL_Add. Mss. 419
  • Pièce
  • 1983

Interview with Dorothy (Chung) Kostrzewa. Signed consent form, 5 page tape outline, copies of essays from other Add.Mss collections relating to Chinese in Chilliwack, and a 11 page transcription of Tape 1 and 2.

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Dorothy Chung in front of Chinese Masonic Hall

  • CA CHL CHL_007472
  • Pièce
  • 1947

Photograph shows Dorothy Chung (Kostrzewa) standing beside truck belonging to her brother Harry Chung at the Chung family home on Yale Road West (west side of the road, former site of Fraser Valley Frosted Foods). Chinese Masonic Hall visible in the background (side of Gray's veterinary clinic in 1989).

Chad Reimer fonds

  • CA CHL CHL_2010.012
  • Fonds
  • 2009-2011

The fonds consists of the manuscript, published book and research series of files for the publication entitled "Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History", by Chad Reimer, PhD. The manuscript was published by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia and the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at the Univerisity of British Columbia in 2011.

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Aerial view of Chinatown South

  • CA CHL CHL_004750
  • Pièce
  • 1947

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.

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