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24-1. Interview with Lew Shong Kow, ex-President of the Chinese Reform Association, 1924 January 30 (5 pages; British Columbia)
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Box 24. MAJOR DOCUMENTS, 1905-1926
 
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24-2. Conversation with waiter, International Chop Suey, 1924 February 9 (1 page; British Columbia)
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24-3. Interview: Lambert Sung, interpreter, 1924 February 4 (4 pages; British Columbia)
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24-4. Interview with Reverend D. A. Smith, Superintendent of Presbyterian missions, 1924 February 4 (7 pages; British Columbia)
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24-5. Interview with Dr. Y. P. Lew, Dentist and President of the Chinese Benevolent Association; interpreter, Seto More, agent of the Canadian Pacific Bureau, Ocean Travel, 1924 February 4 (2 pages; British Columbia)
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24-6. Interview with Lum Hing, translator for the Chinese Times, 1924 February 12 (3 pages; British Columbia)
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24-7. Interview with Moore Whaun, advertising manager of the Canada Morning News, 1924 February 13 (5 pages; British Columbia)
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24-8. Conversation at dinner, Herbert Wang, assistant to Chinese consul, 1924 February 16 (4 pages; British Columbia)
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24-9. Interview, Herbert Wang, 1924 February 22 (5 pages; British Columbia)
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24-10. Interview, Ko Wing Kan, interpreter and Ginseng merchant, 1924 February 26 (5 pages; British Columbia)
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24-11. Interview with Yip Quong, the first white woman in Vancouver married to a Chinese man, 1924 February 26 (6 pages; British Columbia)
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24-12. Life-history, Herbert Wang, assistant to Chinese consul, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1924 February 28 (10 pages; British Columbia)
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24-13. Visit, home of Ko Wing Kan, 1924 February 20 (6 pages; British Columbia)
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24-14. Interview with Miss Coleman, who teaches class of Chinese boys at the Strathcona School, 1924 March (5 pages; British Columbia)
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24-15. Luncheon, Herbert Wang, Dr. Park, Miss Raushenbush, 1924 March 6 (3 pages; British Columbia)
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