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Paul Yee fonds Chinese in Canada
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[Interviews with] Peter Chong, Village Chief, Louie Phillips, Lytton B.C.

Item is an audio cassette containing recordings of two interviews, a brief one with Peter Chong at the beginning of the tape, and the rest of the tape contains an interview with Louie Phillips about the history of the Chinese community and First Nations people in Lytton. Although some of the audio sounds as if it was recorded outdoors with wind and car noises in the background, the speaking is intelligible.

Zhi Jing Xiang

File consists of a photograph of Zhi Jing Xiang at a beach, possibly in Vancouver.

Yee family photographs

Subseries consists of photographs of Gum May Yee and Gordon Yee, their children, and some of their friends and acquaintances in the area of Naicam, Saskatchewan.

Writers Workshop

File consists of typescripts and manuscripts of stories by Paul Yee, including "Prairie nights 1939", and typescripts of stories, scripts, and poems by other writers who participated in the Asian Canadian Writers Workshop. This file also includes a typescript of Acts 7 and 8 of the radio play Super Pender Guy: the banana flu by Barry Wong and Paul Yee.

Wong Bark Gin, Edmonton, Alberta

File consists of photographs of a house and a family. According to Yee's notes on the envelope in which these photographs were received by the Archives, the photographs show Wong Bark Gin of Edmonton, B.C.

Wing Hing Dry Goods

File consists of photographs of Wing Hing Dry Goods taken just prior to the company's permanent closure.

Weddings

File consists of portraits of various young couples, their wedding parties, and their guests in Vancouver; Nanaimo, B.C.; Canmore, Alberta; and possibly other cities.

Wedding 1964

File consists of a photograph of a bride and groom. Paul Yee's notes indicate that the groom may be the son of Jahk-Sum.

Visit of Wong Yu Nam

File consists of photographs of Lillian and Foon Wong, Paul and Vernon Yee, and family member Wong Yu Nam at Capilano Canyon, and one photograph of Wong Yu Nam in an office.

Twin sons of Francis Wong

File consists of a photo of the twin ten-year old, Chinese-born sons of Francis Wong of Portland, Oregon.

Portraits

File consists of individual and group portraits of unidentified individuals including men, women, and children in Vancouver, Calgary, and China, and possibly other locations.

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