- CA CUMB CUMB_998.045.001
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Harold Lim’s Father painted the sign that is seen above the door in this photo.
Ken, who was the cook at the Bamboo Inn in Comox B.C. lived in the building on the left of this photo; then Mah Wee Wong, and Wong Gola. The road leads to a pig pen that was owned by Mah Kim.
Sam Yick’s house in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. can be seen in this photo; there is a cabbage patch and a mailbox on the right side. Yick also lived on Minto Road in the Comox Valley (Vancouver Island) B.C. for a time. Date: ca. Early 1960's.
The people in this photo could possibly be identified as: (L to R) Low Shong and Yee Kee.
The Lowe Family lived in the largest building seen in this photo. Date: Early 1960's.
The Buildings in this photo have been identified as: Mah Kim’s Store-later a gambling hall (right), a building owned by Wong Suey (middle, rear), and a building owned by “Slugger” (behind the car).
The buildings in this photo have been identified as: the Home of Ng Da Dun (house with smoke rising from the chimney). Ng Da Dun worked on the railroad keeping it greased and clean until 1955- he then became a Gardener for the Bickle Family. Acros...
Date. ca. 1960's.
The buildings in this photo have been identified as: Jumbo’s Original Cabin (left), Mr. Tan (stove pipe maker) house (middle), and gardener, Jung Shue’s house (right). Date: ca. 1950's?
The Lun Ying Club was also known as the Min Tong Social Club.
Hui Toon “The Carpenter” lived in this building; later Jake Chin moved here and was the buildings last occupant.
''The Laundry Marker'' shack once stood in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. Date: June 1968.
The shack in this drawing once stood in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.; Date: June 1968.
This drawing is of the Chinese Masonic Hall that once stood in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Ive M. Chapman
Found in Chinatown Cumberland B.C. This item was used in the Laundry in Cumberland's Chinatown "#18".