Title:San Francisco Chinese Community Citizens' Survey and Fact-Finding Committee records, 1962-1969
Chinese Historical Society of America collection
Creator/Contributor:San Francisco Chinese Community Citizens' Survey and Fact-Finding Committee, creator
Creator/Contributor:Lee, Lim P.
Creator/Contributor:Wong, H. K. (Henry Kwock), b. 1907
Creator/Contributor:San Francisco (Calif.), Office of the Mayor (1968-1976 : Alioto)
Chiefly contains written materials gathered and produced by Mayor Joseph Alioto's Chinese community survey and fact finding
committee from 1968 to 1969. Includes correspondence, various drafts of individual subcommittee reports and the report in
its entirety, agenda and minutes from subcommittee meetings, and research materials collected in San Francisco and the greater
Bay Area, such as surveys, interview transcripts, and printed materials. Reports explore pertinent issues in the lives of
Chinese Americans living in Chinatown, including immigration, city planning, housing, employment, social services, health,
senior citizens, youth, recreation, education, culture, landmarks preservation, traffic and parking, and police relations.
Chinese Americans -- California -- San Francisco -- Social conditions
Chinese Americans -- California -- San Francisco -- Economic conditions
Chinese -- California -- San Francisco
Chinese Americans -- California -- San Francisco -- Social life and customs
Older Chinese Americans -- California -- San Francisco
Community development -- California -- San Francisco
Chinese Americans -- Education -- California -- San Francisco
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)
Forms part of: Chinese Historical Society of America collection.
An abridged version of the committee's final report, issued on April 21, 1969, was published in Aug. 1969, and is cataloged
in the Asian American Studies collection under the call number: HN80.S49.R4.
In June 1968, leaders in San Francisco's Chinatown, concerned with the many inter-related problems of their community, formed
the original committee of 67 citizens; by the end of the project, over 300 people had served as members of the committee,
on its subcommittees, or as advisors. Alessandro Baccari was appointed project coordinator, with co-chairmen Lim P. Lee, Albert
Lim, and H.K. Wong.
English, with some Chinese.
3 cartons (3.75 linear ft.)
AAS ARC 2000/33