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Finding Aid to San Francisco Chinese Newcomers Study Committee Records 1969-1971 SFH 616
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The Chinese Newcomers Study (1969-1970) was commissioned by the Bay Area Social Planning Council (BASPC) and coordinated by a fourteen-person volunteer committee. The study committee researched topics such as health, employment, education, and law relating to Chinese immigrants in San Francisco. They published a formal report with their recommendations in 1971. This collection contains research, working papers, and other documents.
The San Francisco Chinese Newcomers Study Committee was appointed by the Bay Area Social Planning Council (BASPC) in 1969 to study Chinese immigrants and Chinese immigration services in the Bay Area. Primary topics of interest for the committee included employment, housing, schooling, and health within the Chinese American immigrant community.
1 pamphlet box (.25 Cubic Feet)
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