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Asianadian, Vancouver issue

File consists of typescripts and manuscripts of essays, poems, and stories considered for publication or published in Asianadian vol. 3, no. 2. The file also includes drafts of the introduction to the issue, written by issue editors Paul Yee and Sean Gunn.

Dai Nippon Tokyo Baseball Club, Tokyo, Japan at Athletic Park, Vancouver, B.C. May 1935

Group portrait: standing (L-R) Shigeru Mizuhara 3B, Eiji Sawamura RHP, Toshihide Hatafuku RHP, Daiske Miyake COACH, Nobuo Kura C, Tadao Ichioka MGR, Sotaro Suzuki General Manager, Takeo Tabe 2B, Kenichi Aoshiba RHP, Hisanori Karita SS, Fujio Nagasawa 1B, Jimmy Horio CF. Kneeling (L-R) Victor Starffin RHP, Yukio Eguchi UT, Usaburo Shintomi OF, Shiro Tsuda 3B, Kumeyasu Yajima OF, Tamotsu Uchibori C, Takeshi Nakayama C, Eiichiro Yamamoto UT.

Ex Magee Rugby Team - Winners Miller Cup 1932-33-34

Group portrait showing left to right: (back row): J. Hillier, L. Wright, S. Marrion, A. Applegarth, K. farina, D. Matheson, J. Kent, P. Ford, R. Pearson, T. Ferris, Hoy Cameron; (front row): R. Gregg, J. Claerke, R. Cotton, Y. Ono, F. Lightheart, C. Pallott, G. Austin, A. Blakey and R. Van Horne

Inalienable Rice anthology

File consists of drafts of scripts, interviews, essays, poems, and short fiction works considered for publication in Inalienable Rice: A Chinese and Japanese Canadian Anthology.

Japan Pavilion

Visitor's brochure to the Expo 86 Japan Pavilion begins its introduction by stating: "'The Pulse of Change,' the theme of the Japan Pavilion, accurately reflects Japan's rapidly evolving transportation systems of yesterday, today, and tomorrow...The exhibition portrays the history of Japan's transportation systems within the framework of our unique climate, natural resources, and culture." Includes diagram of exhibition, available services in the pavilion, and list of events.

King George High School Matric

Photograph shows left to right: (top row): Marguerite Sampson, Annie Henderson, Carol Helme, Hilda Binns, Marguerite Stinson, Virginia Eaton, Alice Bennett, Adeline Claman, Mildred Nellist, Margaret Andrews, Nancy Monks, Beth Tingley, Barbara Mandell, Agnes King; (second row): Lorna Brown, Dorothy Hillhouse, Elsie Davidson, Lillian McKenzie, Mr. T.H. Roberts, Edna Garner, Eleanor Nicholson, Sybil Bolt, Grace McNeillFlorence Williamson, Mr. A.B. Morrison, Freda MacArthur, Florence Henderson, Muriel Sinton, Gertrude Johnston; (third row): Gladys Brealey, Helen Selbie, Muriel Allen, Alix Binns, Helen Chambers, Mr. H.M. Robertson, Mr. J.R. Sandersdon, Mr. G.W. Clark, Mr. S.M. Moodie, Kathleen Clark, Minnie Lazarus, Evelyn Blain, Mollie Adam, Agnes Cressman; (fourth row): Elizabeth Dobbins, Dorothy Eyre, Winnie Green, Mary Cain, Mrs. E.B. Bell, Mr. D.B. Johnston, Mr. B.J. Wood, Mr. C.H.Cornum, Mary Higginbotham, Ruel Wonder, Maxine McSwayn, Ida Brealey; (fifth row): Fred Stone, Edwin Elliott, W. Murphy, Walter Patrick, John Williams, C. Pugsley, Maurice Freeman, King George High School, Ted Welsman, Jack Piters, James Case, G. Parker, Walter S. Owen, Wilfred Owen, Albert James; (sixth row): R.C. Robson, Allen Jones, James Sheasgreen, J.A. McMillan, F.H. Newitt, B. Williams, William Cornyn, L.W. Campbell, Dalton Allan, G.W. Ashworth, Willard O'Hara, C.B. Owen, John MacDonald, T. Tokunaga, (botton row): Chin Fat, Wong Poon, Harry Elliott, G. McPherson, Herbert D.King, Grant Wiswell, B. Wales, Bruse Macdonald, Jack Sills, H.B. Bonsall, J. Barton, Murray Rowan, M. Golley, Desmond Lawrence and A.H. Rutherford

King George High School Rugby Team Junior Champions 1933

Group portrait showing left to right: (back row): Tom Vance, Frank Crosby, Jack Scott and Bob Scott; (middle row): H.M. Robertson, Ichiro Fujii, Gerry Winkler, Jim Woods, Ben Springer, Al Flowerdew and D.B. Johnston; (front row): Bruce Clark, Gerry Douglas, Bert Watt, Henry Miles, Fred Saunders, Sam wolfe and Bob SpringerW

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