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Scope and Contents This collection consists of research materials for a planned book and exhibition entitled, "The Chinese in America." These materials include paper documents, such as correspondence, budgets, photocopied articles and images, and rough drafts; audio-visual materials, such as DVDs, VHS cassette tapes, and CDs; and printed material, such as books and one issue of National Geographic. Most of these materials date from 2004-2007, although there are a few publications from the late 1980s and early...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of newspaper clippings, one menu, and Chinese New Year envelopes. The newspaper clippings are mostly from the 1930s-1940s (although some are undated), and most of them are from Baltimore newspapers or include stories or photographs about Baltimore. A few clippings have accompanying articles, but most of them are just photographs. All of the clippings are original copies of articles/photographs about Chinese Americans and Chinese visiting the United States, as in Madame...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photographs, postcards, glass projection slides, printed materials, and reference materials. Photographs and postcards document the businesses, social environment and development of New York's Chinatown, including inter-ethnic tensions. Printed material include articles, magazines, booklets, and a guidebook about the social history of Chinatowns and the political environment during the Second Sino-Japanese War. There are also menus for Chinese Restaurants in New York...
Scope and Contents -This is a digital collection. MOCA digitizes it from the Captain Ernest K. H. Eng's photo album.-Digital copies of Captain Ernest K. H. Eng's photo album; including images of his tour in China with the mission of General George Catlett Marshall, and other political figures of China such as Zhou, Enlai and Chiang, Kai-shek during the war from September 1945 to June 1948, his wedding pictures in China in 1946, and his family photos after returning to America from China, a total of...
Scope and Contents The collection mostly contains the lives of William Moy and his mother, Jeanne Moy. There are including family photos, biography and genealogy. Most of the documents are from the 1930's to 1940's.
- Subject: Chinese Americans--History. X