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Scope and Contents This collection contains research materials used by the donor/author for his book, "Tea that Burns." These materials are all paper documents, mostly photocopies of newspaper articles, from 1850-1998. There are also some magazine articles, photocopies of sections from books, handwritten notes, and correspondence with archives.
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 There are 194 newspapers in total but only 143 issues (there are 2 copies of many issues.) Each issue contains cultural, political, economic, and educational news relating to the Asian American communities. Sections also include District News, National News, Perspectives on Employment, Legal Matters, and Political Decisions, and an Arts Roundup for the fortnight. Several issues also contain an employment supplement to aid the community on that front.
Scope and Contents 2 digtized prison ledgers containing the records of 681 Chinese immigrants that were arrested and jailed in Port Henry, NY between 1901-1903.
Scope and Contents This collection consists entirely of paper documents, including a copy of Tan's proposal for the Chinatown program; a postcard for a photography exhibition; some handwritten notes about a 9 1/2 year old girl; an Asian Americans United fact sheet from 1993 or 1994; and a 1996 newsletter from the Coalition for Asian-American Children and Families.
- Subject: Immigration X