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Jumbo’s Cabin with Jumbo (Hor Sue Mah) Standing in the Doorway

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.081.069
  • Pièce
  • [ca. 196-]

The person identified in this photo is Jumbo - also known as Hor Sue Mah. His cabin has been relocated but still resides in Cumberland B.C. and is the last remaining structure from Cumberland’s Chinatown; Photo ca. 1960's.

Loy Hung at Age 88

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.081.025
  • Pièce
  • 1967-11-26

The person identified in this photo is Loy Hung (aka Chow Hong); Date: November, 26, 1967.

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Mah Fun at Age 80

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.081.010
  • Pièce
  • 1967

The person identified in this photo is Mah Fun of Cumberland B.C.

Chinatown Home in Cumberland B.C. in its Final Years.

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.081.006
  • Pièce
  • 1967

This photo was taken in the final years before all of the structures in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. were torn down in 1968; at this time bottle seekers and artifact looters frequented the location.

Photo of Mah Fun at Age 80, Taken in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.

  • CA CUMB CUMB_983.081.005
  • Pièce
  • 1967

The person identified in this photo is Mah Fun, who worked on the railroad and at Inkster Sawmill for many years. Mah Fun did not return to China after coming to Canada; he often helped John Leung and his family with their garden in Cumberland B.C.

Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. with No. 3 Mine Visible in the Background

  • CA CUMB CUMB_982.020.105
  • Pièce
  • 1910

Starting in 1888 the mines in Cumberland B.C. had a large number of Chinese workers. An area of swamp land was set aside for Cumberland’s Chinatown, which was a thriving community and an organized, self-contained business centre. Chinatown began t...

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