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Paul Yee fonds Vancouver (B.C.)
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Paul Yee fonds

  • AM1523
  • Fonds
  • 1864-2007

The fonds consists of Paul Yee’s personal correspondence and records of academic achievement, writing and research files, subject files, photographs, and sound recordings, as well as publications and ephemera that he collected. These records relat...

Yee, Paul

Powell Street Festival : June 1977

  • AM1523-S6-F09
  • File
  • [June 11, 1977 or June 12, 1977]
  • Part of Paul Yee fonds

File consists of photographs of the first Powell Street Festival, held June 11th and 12th, 1977, at Oppenheimer Park. Glen Nagano, Ken Shikaze, and Takeo Yamashiro are among the individuals pictured.

Family

File consists of negatives showing Paul Yee and his aunt Lillian Ho Wong inside an apartment or house, presumably Wong's; one of the photographs is of a small child.

Frank Wong and Paul Yee

File consists of a negatives. The images include two photographs of Frank Wong, a former member of Chinese Soccer Team, at Cathay Seniors Home; two photographs of Paul Yee with students at Hastings Elementary School in Vancouver; and two self-port...

Video taping at the Saltwater City exhibit

File consists of photographs showing Ramona Mar, Kimberly Kong, and Paul Yee at the Saltwater City exhibit at the Chinese Cultural Centre during the taping of an educational video about the exhibit.

Video taping at the Saltwater City exhibit

File consists of photographs of Ramona Mar, Kimberly Kong, and Paul Yee at the Saltwater City exhibit at the Chinese Cultural Centre during the taping of an educational video about the exhibit.

Saltwater City exhibit

File consists of photographs showing the Saltwater City exhibit at the Chinese Cultural Centre.

Street scenes in Chinatown

File consists of a roll of 20 negatives. Yee's notes about this file indicate that the photographs show new buildings on Gore Avenue, Keefer Street, and Georgia Street as Chinatown expanded southward.

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