Browsing 93 items in the CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies

Item 1

[Acknowledgement of Receipt]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Acknowledgement of Receipt]
Creator: Lee, Chuck
Date: 1941-04-02
Subject: 李崇喜;李榮耀
Description: Postal acknowledgement of receipt of letter from Li Chongxi to Charlie Lee, delivered through Lee Hee in the care of Wing Dew Co. See GRI_025 for corresponding letter.

Item 2

[Canadian Immigration Registration Certificate for Ling Youm]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Canadian Immigration Registration Certificate for Ling Youm]
Creator: Chinese Immigration Service, Department of Immigration and Colonization, Dominion of Canada
Date: 1924-06-27
Description: This is a Canadian immigration 45 certificate for Ling Youm issued by Chinese Immigration Service of the Department of Immigration and Colonization. This document certifies that Ling Youm has registered as required by the Chinese Immigration Act. The certificate also indicates that Ling Youm's father, George Ling, is from New Glasgow, New Brunswick.

Item 3

[Canadian Pacific Telegram from Chuck Lee to Charlie Lee]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Canadian Pacific Telegram from Chuck Lee to Charlie Lee]
Creator: Lee, Chuck
Date: 1950-01-08
Subject: 李榮耀;李修策;加拿大太平洋電報
Description: Canadian Pacific Telegram sent by Chuck Lee in Vancouver to Charlie Lee in Halifax discussing the arrival of family in Vancouver.

Item 4

[Certificate of Registration for Charlie Lee]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Certificate of Registration for Charlie Lee]
Creator: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Date: 1943-03-10
Subject: 中華民國外交部;李榮耀
Description: Certificate of registration for Charlie Lee. Charlie Lee was born in Brockville, Ontario. He and wife Nellie Lee were tenants in Chuck Lee's house on South Street. Charlie Lee arrived in Halifax via Cambellton, New Brunswick and Montreal after learning about the restaurant business in Montreal.

Item 5

[China Cafe Menu]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [China Cafe Menu]
Creator: Lee, Charlie
Date: 1950-1959
Subject: 李榮耀
Description: Menu for the China Cafe. The cafe was later sold to Charlie Lee and David Lee.

Item 6

[Chinese Lottery Ticket]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
: Lottery ticket issued by Sangchoikee, made in China. Game involved circling characters on the ticket. The method of winning is uncertain.

Item 7

[Class Photograph of the Le Marchant Street School students]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Class Photograph of the Le Marchant Street School students]
Date: 1917
Subject: 李修策
Description: Class photograph of children from the Le Marchant Street School organized in rows with Chuck Lee (bottom right) at nine years old. He is the only Chinese student in the photo.

Item 8

[Class Photograph of the Richmond Street School]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Class Photograph of the Richmond Street School]
Date: 1930
Description: Photograph of children organized in rows with Mary Ling Mohammad in the front row centre.

Item 9

[Collage created by Albert Lee]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Collage created by Albert Lee]
Creator: Lee, Albert
Date: 2011-04
Subject: 李棣華;李修策
Description: Collage created by Albert Lee, which includes a wedding photo of his parents in China, a letter written by Wing Dew sent from Guangdong, China to Charlie Lee in Canada, and a picture of an abacus.

Item 10

[Early Arrival Guide book]
Collection: CCS - Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Studies
Title: [Early Arrival Guide book]
Date: 1920-1929
Description: A brochure for new immigrants containing basic conversations and menu items.
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