Angel Island Immigration Station : interviews with Chris Chow, Mr. Yuen, Ira & Ed Lee : oral history transcript / of tape-recorded interviews conducted 1975-1976 in San Francisco for the Combined Asian American Resources Project, 1977, 1975-1977.

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Chow, Chris. Angel Island Immigration Station : interviews with Chris Chow, Mr. Yuen, Ira & Ed Lee : oral history transcript / of tape-recorded interviews conducted 1975-1976 in San Francisco for the Combined Asian American Resources Project, 1977, 1975-1977.

Angel Island Immigration Station : interviews with Chris Chow, Mr. Yuen, Ira & Ed Lee : oral history transcript / of tape-recorded interviews conducted 1975-1976 in San Francisco for the Combined Asian American Resources Project, 1977, 1975-1977.

Comments on use of buildings on the Island as an immigration station in period up to World War II; difficulties of Chinese immigrants; work of Chinese interpretors, etc.

[93] leaves ; 28 cm.

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Chow, Chris

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Yuen, Mr.

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United States. Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization

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Combined Asian American Resources Project.

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Lee, Ira

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Lee, Edward

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Edwar Lee was born in San Francisco on October 1, 1902. After a formal education in the School of Religion and his ordination, he served as pastor for various Chinese Christian churches in Northern California and, specifically, the Oakland Chinese United Methodist Church from 1938-1970. From the description of Edwar Lee papers, 1871-1971 (bulk 1938-1971). (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 48239794 Joseph Edward Lee completed an MA thesis at USC in 198...