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Series 1. Biographical and Personal Papers 1960-2020

Scope and Contents

Series 1 includes papers and photos pertaining to Yung's personal life and education. Paper materials include Yung's dissertation work on Chinese women in San Francisco; book reviews and articles written by and about Yung; and profiles of Yung, including an oral history transcript conducted for the Living US Women's History Oral History Project. The series also contains family history documents for members of Yung and husband Eddie Fung's families, including their Angel Island immigration files. Photographic materials largely document Yung's life in San Francisco's Chinatown during the 1970s and 1980s. Of particular note among the photos are images of Yung's family and trips to China.
Box 1, Folder 1-3

Dissertation - "Unbinding the Feet, Unbinding Their Lives: Social Change for Chinese Women in San Francisco, 1902-1945" 1990

Box 1, Folder 5

Articles and Contributions by Judy Yung in East/West newspaper 1970s-1980s

Box 1, Folder 4

Book Reviews and Contributions by Judy Yung

Box 1, Folder 6

Interview with Judy Yung conducted by Mary Rothschild for the "Living US Women's History Oral History Project" 2001-04

Related Materials

Part of the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College. See: https://findingaids.smith.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/383843
Box 1, Folder 7

Profile for National Women's History Project by Neale McGoldrick 2015-03

Box 1, Folder 8-14

Family History Files

Box 1, Folder 15

Juliana Rousseau History Files

Creator: Rousseau, Juliana, 1921-2013

General

Juliana Rousseau was one of Yung's friends in Santa Cruz.
Box 2

Notebooks, miscellaneous notes

 

Photographs

Box 3, folder 1

1960s

Box 3, folder 2-4

1970s

Box 3, folder 5

San Diego Photos and Papers 1976

Box 4, Box 129

Trips to China 1970s-1980s

General

Photos, postcards, maps, and pins from trips to China in 1974 and 1982
Box 5, folder 1-2

1980s

Box 5, folder 3

1990s

Box 5, folder 4

2000s

Box 5, folder 5

Photos from Friends and Extended Family

Box 5, folder 6, Box 6

Photo Negatives and Reels

Box 129, othertype 4-6

Slides

Box 124

Asian Branch at 40: An Oral History of the Asian Branch Library, 1975-2015 2015

Creator: Oakland Chinatown Oral History Project
Box 124

Eddie Fung's 88th Birthday 2010-06-20

Box 124

Warren Tom Yung (August 21, 1948 - May 25, 2017)

Box 124

Edward "Eddie" Fung (June 20, 1922 - March 25, 2018)

Box 124

Capitola Book Talks

Box 124, Box 128

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

 

Series 2. Poetry on Angel Island 1976-2019

Scope and Contents

Yung's work on the history of the Angel Island Immigration Station began during the 1970s when she, along with Him Mark Lai and Genny Lim, worked to translate and annotate some of the poems left behind by detainees on Angel Island. This project resulted in the publication of Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island, 1910-1940 (University of Washington Press, 1980) although work on translating the poems has continued as more inscriptions are uncovered. Materials in this series include images of poem inscriptions, translations, press for the release of Island, and information about interviews with Angel Island detainees done in conjunction with Yung, Lai, and Lim's work on the poems. Research files on poetry at other immigration detention centers are also included. Building off of Yung, Lai, and Lim's work in the 1970s, the series also includes guides from 2004 and 2019 on interpreting and analyzing the poems.
Box 7, Folder 1-2

"Island" Research and Poetry

Box 7, Folder 3

Tet Yee Collection of Poems

Box 7, folder 4

Xinning Zazhi Poem

Box 7, folder 5

"Island" Publicity 1980-1982

Box 7, folder 6

"Island" Presentations 1977-1983

Box 7, folder 7

Charles Egan Translations

Box 7, folder 8

David Lai - Poems in Victoria, Canada 1979-2013

Box 7, folder 9-10

"Poetry and Inscriptions: Translation and Analysis". Report prepared for the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation and the California Department of Parks and Recreation 2004-02

Box 8, folder 1

Photos - Island revised edition 2014

Box 8, folder 2, Box 124

"Carved Poems at the Angel Island Immigration Station in Room 105" presentation by Sam Louie 2019

Box 8, folder 3, Box 124

"Angel Island Immigration Station Carved Poem Locater" by Sam Louie and Samuel Lee 2019

Box 8, folder 4

Tet Yee Poem Collection (duplicates)

Box 8, folder 5

Smiley Jann Poem Collection

Box 8, folder 6

Wall Locations of "Island" Poems

Box 8, folder 7

"Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America" Poetry 2019-04-14

Box 8, folder 8

"Island" Interviews 1970s

Box 8, folder 9

Slide Shows - Island and Chinese Women of America projects

Box 8, folder 10

Photos of poem inscriptions

Box 8, folder 11

"My Night in the Wood House" by William Warrior 2010

Box 124

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

 

Series 3. Angel Island Oral History Project 1970s-1990s

Conditions Governing Access

Access is limited to the Reading Room only; no duplication of materials. Anonymous materials must remain anonymous.
Series 3 is closed while the materials continue to be processed.

Arrangement

Arranged using Judy Yung's assigned accession numbers. Interviews are grouped into three categories: Female Detainees (1-12, 53), Male Detainees (13-46, 54), and Staff and Others (47-52).

Related Materials

Additional materials can be found at the UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies Library: Angel Island Oral History Project, 1975-1990 (AAS ARC 2000/62)

Scope and Contents

The Angel Island Oral History Project was an effort in the late 1980s and early 1990s to transcribe and translate interviews done by Judy Yung, Him Mark Lai, and Genny Lim during their work on Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island, 1910-1940, as well as additional interviews conducted by Judy Yung and Felicia Lowe with former detainees on Angel Island. The project was sponsored by the Asian American Studies Department at UC Berkeley and California's Department of Parks and Recreation. In addition to former detainees, some former Angel Island staff, including immigration inspectors and interpreters. The project contains 48 interviews with former detainees and six interviews with former Angel Island staff. Interviews consist of translated transcripts, interview notes, and recordings. Former detainees were given pseudonyms that include their age when detained, the year they were detained, and how long they were detained.
Box 9, Folder 1

Background Information

Box 9, folder 2

Correspondence and Project Documentation

Box 9, folder 3-14, Box 11, Folder 12

Transcripts - Female Detainees (Interviews 1-12, 53)

Box 9, folder 15-23, Box 10, Folder 1-20, Box 11, Folder 1-5, 13

Transcripts - Male Detainees (Interviews 13-46, 54)

General

Interviews 13-21 are in Box 9; interviews 22-41 are in Box 10; interviews 42-46 are in Box 11
Box 11, Folder 6-11

Transcripts - Staff and Others (Interviews 47-52)

Box 12, Box 14, Box 15

Recordings - Female Detainees (Interviews 1-12, 53)

General

Recordings on CDs are in Box 12; recordings on cassette are in Box 15. Some duplicate CDs are in Box 14.
Box 12, Box 13, Box 14, Box 15

Recordings - Male Detainees (Interviews 13-46, 54)

General

CDs for Interviews 13-24 are in Box 12; CDs for Interviews 25-42 are in Box 13; CDs for Interviews 44-46 are in Box 14; and recordings on cassette are in Box 15.
Box 14, Box 15

Recordings - Staff and Others (Interviews 47-52)

General

Recordings on CDs are in Box 14; recordings on cassette are in Box 15.
 

Series 4. Book: Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America 2012

Arrangement

The series is arranged by immigrant group, mirroring the arrangement of the book. Yung's original folder titles are used wherever possible.

Scope and Contents

Yung's work on the experiences of immigrants passing through Angel Island continued with her book Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America (Oxford University Press, 2012) written with Erika Lee, which focused on the different groups other than Chinese immigrants coming through the island. Series 4 contains research files about the different ethnic groups that passed through and were detained on Angel Island. Yung's research files include dissertations, book chapters, statistics, and subject files about the specific immigrant group followed by case files and written accounts of individual immigrants from that group. Scans of photographs and images used in the book are also included.
 

Japanese Immigrants

Box 16, folder 1

Japan Statistics

Box 16, folder 2

Nichibei Times- Egan Translations

Box 16, folder 3

Findings and Notes

Box 16, folder 4

Research

Box 16, folder 5

Prostitutes and Stowaways

Box 16, folder 6

Dillingham Report. US Immigration Commission 1911

Box 16, folder 7

Translators and Translations

Box 16, folder 8

CSU Fullerton Oral Histories

Box 16, folder 9

UCSB and LA Research Trip 2007

Box 16, folder 10

Stanlaw - "Japanese Emigration and Immigration: From the Meiji to the modern" book chapter 2006

Box 16, folder 11

Translations - Completed

Box 17, folder 1

B.C. Haworth (missionary)

Box 17, folder 2-4

Picture Brides

Box 17, folder 5-6

Kei Tanaka - Correspondence and Dissertation

Box 17, folder 7, Box 18, Folder 1

Case Files - pre-1924

Box 18, Folder 2

Case Files - post-1924

Box 18, folder 3

Margarita Lake Collection - Ellen Stark Ford Home

Box 18, folder 4

Chapters from Kazuo Ito - "Issei: A History of Japanese Immigrants in North America" 1973

Box 18, folder 5

Mitsuru Kataoka - "Issei Women"

Box 18, folder 6

Japanese Association of America

Box 18, folder 7

Book chapters - "Several Worlds of Issei Women" by Yukiko Hanawa; "Issei Women Between Two Worlds" by Malve von Hassell 1998; 1987

Box 18, folder 8

"Survey of Race Relations" - Japanese Cases 1924

Box 18, folder 9

Michi Kawai and YWCA

Box 18, folder 10

Oral Histories

Box 18, folder 11-17, Box 19, Folder 1-15

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - Japanese Immigrants

 

South Asian Immigrants

Box 19, folder 16

Indians - Ship Manifests

Box 19, folder 17

East Indian Contacts and Correspondence

Box 20, folder 1

India

Box 20, folder 2-3

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - South Asian Immigrants

 

Korean Immigrants

Box 20, folder 4

Korean Women

Box 20, folder 5

Korean Women Students

Box 20, folder 6

Subject Correspondence - Korean Students

Box 20, folder 7

Findings and Notes

Box 20, folder 8

Korean Research

Box 20, folder 9

Statistics

Box 20, folder 10

Korean Poems

Box 20, folder 11

Korean American Digital Archives

Box 20, Folder 12

Warren Kim - "Koreans in America" book chapter 1971

Box 20, Folder 13

Youn-Cha Shin Chey - "A Historical Profile of San Francisco's Korean Community Development" 2002

Box 21, folder 1

Koreans in Mexico

Box 21, folder 2

Oral Histories - Koreans

Box 21, folder 3

Oral Histories - KoreAm Journal

Box 21, folder 4

Korea Kaleidoscope Oral Histories

Box 21, folder 5

Korean National Association

Box 21, folder 6

Captain Frank Ainsworth

Box 21, folder 7-13, Box 22, Folder 1-3

Sinhan Minbo Korean American Newspaper 1914-1940

Box 22, Folder 4-5

Korean Case Files

Box 22, Folder 6

Korean Cases post-1924

Box 22, Folder 7-10

Korean Student Group Cases 1913-1917

Box 22, Folder 11-14, Box 23, Folder 1-2

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - Korean Immigrants

 

Russian and Jewish Immigrants

Box 23, folder 3-4

Russian Findings and Notes

Box 23, folder 5

Russians Research

Box 23, folder 6

Statistics

Box 23, folder 7

Molokans

Box 23, folder 8

World War II

Box 23, folder 9

National Council of Jewish Women, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America

Box 23, folder 10

Subject Correspondence - Russian Students

Box 23, folder 11

Russian Passengers

Box 23, folder 12

Michael Tripp - "Russian Routes" MA thesis

Box 24, folder 1

Russians Case Files

Box 24, folder 2

Russian Students

Box 24, folder 3

Mennonites on Angel Island

Box 24, folder 4-6, Box 25, Folder 1-3

Russian Arrivals 1913-1939

Box 25, Folder 4

Jewish Refugees 1939-1940

Box 25, Folder 5-14

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - Russian and Jewish Immigrants

 

Mexican Immigrants

Box 26, folder 1-2

Mexicans on Angel Island

Box 26, folder 3

Mexican Case Files

Box 26, folder 4

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - Mexican Immigrants

 

Filipino Immigrants

Box 26, folder 5

Filipinos

Box 26, folder 6

Repatriation

Box 26, folder 7

Filipino Case Files

Box 26, folder 8

Individual Case Files and Written Accounts - Filipino Immigrants

 

European Immigrants

Box 26, folder 9

European Case Files Notes

Box 26, folder 10

Dutch Guiana/Holland

Box 26, folder 11-12

France

Box 26, folder 13

Scandinavia

Box 26, folder 14

Sweden

Box 26, folder 15

Italy

Box 27, folder 1

Greece

Box 27, folder 2

Portugal

Box 27, folder 3

Britain

Box 27, folder 4-5

Spain

Box 27, folder 6-8

Germany

Box 27, folder 9

Austria-Hungary

Box 27, folder 10

Poland

 

Other Immigrant Groups

Box 27, Folder 11

Armenian Immigrants

Box 27, Folder 12-13

Assyrian Immigrants

Box 27, Folder 14

Singaporean Immigrants

Box 28, Folder 1

Australian and New Zealander Immigrants

Box 28, Folder 2

Canadian Immigrants

Box 28, Folder 3-9

Photographs

Box 124

A/V and Born-Digital material

 

Series 5. Angel Island Archives 2000s

Arrangement

Alphabetical by name of the individual materials are related to.

Scope and Contents

Series 5 consists of materials relating to the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation's Immigrant Voices initiative (https://www.immigrant-voices.aiisf.org). Materials include a variety of primary resources about the experiences of individuals that went through Angel Island and subsequent generations of their families, gathered with the intent of establishing an archives about Angel Island. Materials include immigration documents, written accounts, oral histories, and correspondence.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is limited to the Reading Room only; no duplication of materials.
Box 29, Folder 1

Ken Ang

Box 29, Folder 2

Chris Chow

Box 29, folder 3

Benjamin Syd Choy

Box 29, folder 4, Box 32

Philip Choy

Box 29, folder 5

Vaishno Das Bagai

Box 29, folder 6

Gwing (Nelson) Der

Box 29, folder 7, Box 124

Denis M. Englander

Box 29, folder 8

Philip Garcia

Box 29, folder 9

Gin Soo Dung

Box 29, folder 10

Kanta Chandra Gupta

Box 29, folder 11

Dong Kingman

Box 29, folder 12

Bruce Lee

Box 29, folder 13

Homer Lee

Box 29, folder 14

Lee Jung You

Box 29, folder 15, Box 32, Box 124

Show Nam Lee

Box 29, folder 16

Happy Lim

Box 29, folder 17

Grandfather Lim Kam On

Box 29, folder 18

Lim Tai Gu

Box 30, folder 1

John F. Louie

Box 30, folder 2, Box 32

Felicia Lowe

Box 30, folder 3

Roz and Don Lyang

Box 30, folder 4

Margaret Masters (Jee Jung Lee)

Box 30, folder 5, Box 124

Fern Mock

Box 30, folder 6, Box 124

Calvin Ong

Box 30, folder 7, Box 32

George Ow

Box 30, folder 8, Box 32

Dan Quan

Box 30, folder 9

Quan Foy

Box 30, folder 10, Box 124

Yoen J. Quock

Box 30, folder 11

Hazara Singh

Box 30, folder 12

Kartar Singh Sarabha

Box 30, folder 13

Soto Shee

Box 30, folder 14

Lela Swasey (stenographer)

Box 30, folder 15, Box 124

Malin Tom

Box 30, folder 16, Box 32

Katherine Toy

Box 30, folder 17, Box 32

Alexander Weiss

Box 31, folder 1

Benson Wong

Box 31, folder 2

Henry Wong

Box 31, folder 3

Kenneth Back Wong

Box 31, folder 4

Hom Wong Shee

Box 31, folder 5

Xie Chuang (Xavier Dea)

Box 31, folder 6, Box 32

Connie Young Yu

Box 31, folder 7

Oral History Interviews - Notes

Box 31, folder 8

Immigrant Voices Project Documentation

 

Series 6. Book: The Chinese Exclusion Act and Angel Island: A Brief History with Documents 2019

Scope and Contents

Series 6 contains materials relating to the writing and publication of Yung's final book on Angel Island, The Chinese Exclusion Act and Angel Island: A Brief History With Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture, 2019). Research materials include scans of the primary and secondary resource documents about Chinese immigration to the United States before and after the Chinese Exclusion Act, as well as notes about documents selected to be featured in the final book. The series also contains drafts, edits, and correspondence about the publication of the book.
Box 33, folder 1

Research and Notes

Box 33, folder 2

Erika Lee's Files on John Birge Sawyer diaries

Box 33, folder 3

Articles and Analysis of Chinese Exclusion Act

Box 33, folder 4

Gatekeepers

Box 33, folder 5

"The Social, Moral, and Political Effect on Chinese Immigration: Testimony Taken Before a Committee of the Senate of the State of California" 1876-04-03

Box 33, folder 6

John H. Wise

Box 33, folder 7

Congressional Debates 1879-1882

Box 33, folder 8

Paper Son Schema

Box 33, folder 9

Wu Ting-Fang

Box 33, folder 10

Chinese General Orders 1924-1945

Box 34, folder 1

Immigration and Naturalization Service Frauds Practices 1890s-1920s

Box 34, folder 2

Political Cartoons

Box 34, folder 3

Selected Docs

Box 34, folder 4

Book Proposal 2015-2017

Box 34, folder 5

Review of Manuscript I 2017-12

Box 34, folder 6

Completed Draft I with comments

Box 34, folder 7

Revised Draft 2018-01-23

Box 34, folder 8

Copyediting 2018-04

Box 34, folder 9

The Chinese Exclusion Act and Angel Island: A Brief History with Documents by Judy Yung, published edition 2019

 

Series 7. Angel Island Advocacy 1970s-2010s

Scope and Contents

In addition to her work writing on the history of Angel Island, Yung was also involved in advocacy work done to designate the Immigration Station as a National Historic Landmark and to develop educational materials and exhibits about the history of the station. Series 7 includes materials from the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation and correspondence about designating the site as a national monument. The series also includes biographical notes about individuals involved in the advocacy efforts around Angel Island in the latter part of the twentieth century and curriculum guides put together for teachers about Angel Island. Of particular note are the interpretive plans for new exhibits to be installed in the Angel Island Immigration Station with Yung's feedback and comments.
Box 35, folder 1-2

"Saving Angel Island"

Box 35, folder 3

Angel Island Immigration Station Historical Advisory Committee 1976

Box 35, folder 4

AIIS Dedication 1979

Box 35, folder 5

AIIS National Historic Landmark 1997

Box 35, folder 6

Funding and Legislation

Box 35, folder 7

Endangered Historic Places and "Save America's Treasures"

Box 35, folder 8

Biographical Notes - Paul Q. Chow

Box 35, folder 9

Biographical Notes - Kathy Lim Ko

Box 35, folder 10

Biographical Notes - Eddie P. Chin

Box 35, folder 11

Biographical Notes - Flo Wong

Box 35, folder 12

Biographical Notes - Eddie Wong

Box 35, folder 13

AIIS Re-opening 2009

Box 35, folder 14-15

Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation 1998-2008

Box 36, folder 1

AIISF Publications and Correspondence

Box 36, folder 2-3

AIIS Visioning Workshop 1999-03

Box 36, folder 4

AIIS Interpretive Plan - Phase II 1987

Box 36, folder 5

AIIS Master Plan 2003

Box 36, folder 6

Angel Island Docent Training Curriculum Guide

Box 36, folder 7

Photos

Box 36, folder 8

Loni Ding Videotape materials 1987

Box 36, folder 9

Other Angel Island Productions

Box 36, folder 10

"A Teacher's Guide to the Angel Island Immigration Station" 1986-09

Box 36, folder 11

"Angel Island Immigrant Journeys: A Curriculum Guide Suggested for Grades 3-12" 2004

Box 36, Folder 12

Oakland Museum proposed exhibit 1984

Box 36, Folder 13

Pacific Coast Immigration Museum proposal 2001

Box 37

Angel Island Immigration Station Exhibits Text and Graphics Package 2007

Box 124

A/V and Born-Digital materials

 

Series 8. Angel Island Research Files 1970s-2010s

Scope and Contents

Through her work on Angel Island, Yung assembled extensive research files on the history of Angel Island. This series includes copies of primary sources, such as immigration files and newspaper clippings that Yung found in various archives around California and the West Coast. The series also contains secondary sources not written by Yung in the form of articles, book chapters, and dissertations about Angel Island. Other files of note include some research on the history of Ellis Island in New York, Yung's own work compiling statistics about Angel Island immigration, and copies of the annual reports to the Commissioner General of Immigration (later Immigration and Naturalization Service) during the years that the Angel Island Immigration Station was active.

Arrangement

Yung's original file names and order were maintained wherever possible. Files on related topics tend to be grouped together although there is some repetition throughout the series.
Box 38, folder 1

San Francisco Newspapers

Box 38, folder 2

Criticism of Angel Island Immigration Station

Box 38, folder 3

News Clippings/Articles

Box 38, folder 4

Detention Shed

Box 38, folder 5

AIIS - Facilities

Box 38, folder 6

Physical and Historical Description

Box 38, folder 7

Debarred Statistics

Box 38, folder 8

Immigration Practices

Box 38, folder 9

Angel Island General Correspondence and History

Box 38, folder 10

AIIS Opening 1909

Box 38, folder 11

Suicides at Angel Island

Box 38, folder 12

Immigration and Naturalization Services Annual Report - Statistics

Box 38, folder 13

Chinese Immigration - Statistics

Box 39, folder 1

Statistics Work - Bob Barde

Box 39, folder 2

Chinese Applicants - Statistics 1914, 1925

Box 39, folder 3

Appeals

Box 39, folder 4

Chinese Applicants - Eddie's Work

Box 39, folder 5

First Cases 1910-01

Box 39, folder 6

Angel Island - Research for Immigrant Gateway to America

Box 39, folder 7

Site Studies

Box 39, folder 8

Immigration Statistics

Box 39, folder 9

Statistics - Boards of Special Inquiry (BSI)

Box 39, folder 10

Tables

Box 40, folder 1

Arrival Indexes

Box 40, folder 2

Katharine Maurer

Box 40, folder 3

Health Service on Angel Island - Thomas Nishi

Box 40, folder 4

NARA Research Notes

Box 40, folder 5

Refugee Policies

Box 40, folder 6

Bibliography

Box 40, folder 7

Revisions

Box 40, folder 8

Departures

Box 40, folder 9

Routes

Box 40, folder 10

Arrival Cases Summary

Box 40, folder 11

"Angel Island: The Ellis Island of the West" by Mary Bamford 1917

Box 40, folder 12

Bob Barde - Writing and Articles

Box 41, folder 1

Angel Island - Calif. History in East/West

Box 41, folder 2

Angel Island Stories - Chinese Newspapers

Box 41, folder 3

Angel Island Fire and Afterwards 1940

Box 41, folder 4

FOIA - Oral Histories Research

Box 41, folder 5

NARA Research - Kong Din Quong

Box 41, folder 6

Survey of Race Relations - Chinese at Angel Island

Box 41, folder 7

Book Recommendations and Bibliography

Box 41, folder 8

"Paper Families" by Estelle Lau 2006

Box 41, folder 9

Angel Island Log Book - C. Burke Interview Notes

Box 41, folder 10

Angel Island - San Francisco Journal

Box 41, folder 11

Chinese Immigrants

Box 41, folder 12

Government Sources

Box 41, folder 13

Chinese Sources

Box 41, folder 14

Stowaways

Box 41, folder 15, Box 125

Wong Shee (suicide at 801 Silver)

Box 42, folder 1

Anarchists

Box 42, folder 2-5

Prostitution

General

Includes case files for Marie Calmels and Mary Humphries
Box 42, folder 6

Phil Choy History Doc.

Box 42, folder 7-8

Chinese from Shanghai

Box 42, folder 9

Chinese Language Materials

Box 43, folder 1

INS Annual Reports Notes

Box 43, folder 2

Deportees 1928-1940

Box 43, folder 3

Additional Countries

Box 43, folder 4

NARA Index

Box 43, folder 5

Interviewees - NARA

Box 43, folder 6

Arrival Files (not entered into database)

Box 43, folder 7

Ancestry.com Statistics

Box 43, folder 8

Eddie - Statistics Work

Box 43, folder 9

BSI Registers

Box 43, folder 10

Annual Reports - "Chinese Exclusion"

Box 44, Folder 1-21

Reports of the Commissioner General of Immigration 1909-1930

Box 44, Folder 22-24

Commissioner General of Immigration Annual Reports 1929-1932

Box 44, Folder 25

Annual Report - Bureau of Immigration 1932-1933

Box 44, Folder 26-29, Box 45, Folder 1-4

Annual Reports - Immigration and Naturalization Service 1933-1941

Box 45, folder 5

Angel Island - Inspectors and Staff

Box 45, folder 6

Angel Island Employees - Hart North

Box 45, folder 7

Medical Exams / Health

Box 45, folder 8

Hospital Staff

Box 45, folder 9

Causes of Exclusion (medical)

Box 45, folder 10

AIISF Hospital Exhibit 2015

Box 45, folder 11

Spinal Meningitis Outbreak 1914

Box 45, folder 12

Hoh Shee (Trachoma)

Box 45, folder 13

Hookworms

Box 45, folder 14

Lam Shea (Filariasis)

Box 46, folder 1

Record Group (RG) 90 Immigration Station Hospital

Box 46, folder 2-3

Hospital Exhibit Plans

Box 46, folder 4

Research done by Larisa Proulx

Box 46, folder 5

Military Use of Hospital

Box 46, folder 6

Hawaii Japanese Americans at Angel Island during World War II

Box 46, folder 7

Earnest Hamann, Enemy Alien

Box 46, folder 8

RG 90 Correspondence with Gem Daus

Box 46, folder 9-11, Box 47, Folder 1-3

AIIS Hospital Research at National Archives and National Parks Service

Box 47, folder 4

Walter J. Matthews (Architect)

Box 47, folder 5

Chin You Fun Appeal Case 1936

Box 47, Folder 6-8

Ellis Island (NY) Background Research

Box 47, folder 9

Ellis Island Oral Histories

Box 47, folder 10

New York Chinese Exclusion Index

Box 47, folder 11

New York Times Articles and Clippings

Box 47, folder 12

Ellis Island - INS Annual Reports 1895-1940

Box 47, folder 13

Seattle - INS 1910-1920

Box 48, folder 1

Angel Island - San Francisco Chronicle

Box 48, folder 2

Angel Island Fire 2008-10-13

Box 48, folder 3

Jeannie Woo - NARA Photo Reproductions

Box 48, folder 4-5

Journal Articles and Writings (Recent)

Box 48, folder 6

"Our Children Will Be So Fated" play script

Box 48, folder 7-9

Lee Puey You Case Files 1939, 1955

Box 48, folder 10

Angel Island Photos - prints

Box 49, folder 1-2

"Chinese under Both Exclusion and Immigration Laws" dissertation by Wen-Hsien Chen 1940

Box 49, folder 3

"Historical Report - Angel Island Immigration Station" by Dorene Askin 1977-06-03

Box 49, folder 4

Excerpts from "A Civil History of Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Point Reyes National Seashore, CA" by Anna Coxe Toogood 1982

Box 49, folder 5

"Sifting the Arrivals: Asian Immigrants and the Angel Island Immigration Station, San Francisco, 1910-1940" PhD by Jennifer Gee 1999-07

Box 49, folder 6-7

"Angel Island Immigration Station Reconsidered" thesis by Maria Sakovich 2002-10

Box 50, folder 1

"Angel Island: The Chinese-American Experience" by Jonas Edman and Rich Lee 2011

Box 50, folder 2

"Detained at Liberty's Door" exhibit at De Anza College 2011

Box 50, folder 3

"Chinese America: History & Perspectives" 2012

Box 50, folder 4

"Journey to America" by June Wong Chen 2013-07

Box 50, folder 5

Locke Foundation Newsletter 2015

Box 50, folder 6

Prologue, Volume 48, No. 1 2016

Box 50, folder 7

Cobblestone issue on Angel Island 2016

Box 50, folder 8

"American History" magazine 2016-12

Box 50, folder 9

"Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service" guide

Box 50, folder 10

Angel Island Tours

Box 50, folder 11

Misc. Educational Guides to Angel Island

Box 124, Box 125, Box 126

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

Box 129, othertype 3

Slides & Images

 

Series 9. Chinese Women of America Project 1980s

Arrangement

The series is arranged into four subseries based around the work done for the Chinese Women of America project: oral histories, photos, research, and exhibit.

Scope and Contents

Series 9 contains materials from Yung's directorship of the Chinese Women of America (CWA) project. In 1981, she received a grant from the Women's Educational Equity Program to conduct research and organize an exhibit on the experiences of Chinese American women. For the exhibit, Yung conducted oral history interviews, gathered historical photos, and performed research in archives around the United States. Following the exhibit, Yung expanded her work and published Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History (University of Washington Press, 1986). Materials in the series include oral histories transcripts, scans of primary resources, newspapers, photographs, and cassette tapes.
 

Oral Histories

Conditions Governing Access

Series 9, subseries 1 is closed while the materials continue to be processed.

Arrangement

Judy Yung's numbering system is used in the paper files and the cassette tapes. Each interview has a number (1-261) used to identify both the paper files and A/V materials.

Scope and Contents

The bulk of the series is devoted to the 261 oral history interviews that Yung and her team conducted with Chinese American women around the United States. Each interview has a paper file containing interview translations, content logs, release forms, correspondence, and background research. In addition to the paper files, Yung's original cassette tapes are included along with some CD versions of the interviews. Also included are index cards Yung used to keep track of interviewees' contact information and interview number. Although the documentation is in English, some interviews were conducted in Chinese.
Box 51, Folder 1

Project Information

Box 129

Interviewee Address Rolodex

Box 51, folder 2, Box 63

1. Y.T. Feng 1982

Box 51, folder 3, Box 63

2. Winnie Tang 1981

Box 51, folder 4, Box 63

3. Marguerite Gee 1981

Box 51, folder 5, Box 63

4. [anonymous] 1981

Box 51, folder 6, Box 63

5. Laura Chin 1981

Box 51, folder 7, Box 63

6. Sally Lee 1981

Box 51, folder 8, Box 63

7. Nancy Ellen Sato 1981

Box 51, folder 9, Box 63

8. Mee Yee Lee 1981

Box 51, folder 10, Box 63

9. Wendy Lim 1981

Box 51, folder 11, Box 63

10. Chin Lenn Wong Lew 1981

Box 51, folder 12, Box 63

11. Betty Lee Sung 1982

Box 51, folder 13, Box 63

12. Josephine Hong 1982

Box 51, folder 14, Box 63

13. Amy Ling 1982

Box 51, folder 15, Box 63

14. Fay Chiang 1982

Box 51, folder 16, Box 63

15. Wing Wah Tom 1982

Box 51, folder 17, Box 63

16. Nancy Seid 1982

Box 51, folder 18, Box 63

17. Mary Chin 1982

Box 51, folder 19, Box 63

18. Cecilia Moy Yep 1982

Box 51, folder 20, Box 63

19. Chin Moy Lee 1982

Box 51, folder 21, Box 63

20. Barbara Lee 1982

Box 51, folder 22

21. Mary Moy 1982

Box 51, folder 23, Box 63

22. Wyman Lee 1982

Box 51, folder 24, Box 63

23. Wong King Yee (Lee) 1982

Box 51, folder 25, Box 63

24. Mrs. Lee (Barbara Lee's Mother) 1982

Box 52, folder 1, Box 63

25. Mariko Tse 1982

Box 52, folder 2, Box 63

26. Anna Chennault 1982

Box 52, folder 3, Box 63

27. Helen Fu Hays 1982

Box 52, folder 4, Box 63

28. Nancy Keh 1982

Box 52, folder 5, Box 63

29. Daisy Gin 1982

Box 52, folder 6, Box 63

30. Helen Louie 1982

Box 52, folder 7, Box 63

31. Rose Chiayin Tsou 1982

Box 52, folder 8, Box 63

32. Anna Loo Jan 1982

Box 52, folder 9, Box 63

33. Lily Lee 1982

Box 52, folder 10, Box 63

34. Karen Lynne Wong 1982

Box 52, folder 11

35. Emily Lee Fong 1982

Box 52, folder 12, Box 63

36. Florence Lee Loo 1982

Box 52, folder 13, Box 63

37. Fai Wah Leong Ang 1982

Box 52, folder 14, Box 63

38. Sally Wong 1982

Box 52, folder 15, Box 63

39. Chris Choy 1982

Box 52, folder 16, Box 64

40. Ruthanne Lum McCunn 1982

Box 52, folder 17, Box 64

41. Alice Fun 1982

Box 52, folder 18

42. Canta Pian 1982

Box 52, folder 19, Box 64

43. Wong See Chan 1982

Box 52, folder 20, Box 64

44. Wai Wong Bing 1982

Box 52, folder 21, Box 64

45. Lily Chow 1982

Box 53, folder 1, Box 64

46. Olive Lime Streit 1982

Box 53, folder 2, Box 64

47. [anonymous] 1982

Box 53, folder 3, Box 64

48. Jennie L. Lee 1982

Box 53, folder 4, Box 64

49. Rachel Sit Wong 1982

Box 53, folder 5, Box 64

50. Sai-Ling Chan-Sew 1982

Box 53, folder 6, Box 64

51. May L. Lim 1982

Box 53, folder 7, Box 64

53. Evelyn Lee

Box 53, folder 8

54. Nancy Bing Chew 1982

Box 53, folder 9, Box 64

55. Alice Chan Jang & Lily Chan Lowe 1982

Box 53, folder 10, Box 64

56. [anonymous] 1982

Box 53, folder 11, Box 64

57. Bonnie Lew 1982

Box 53, folder 12, Box 64

58. Mee Lim Hom 1982

Box 53, folder 13, Box 64

59. Ann-Si Li 1982

Box 53, folder 14, Box 64

60. Mrs. Helen Huie 1982

Box 53, folder 15

61. Mrs. Linn 1982

Box 53, folder 16, Box 64

62. Mrs. Bessie Chu 1982

Box 53, folder 17-18, Box 64

63. Mrs. Florence Kwan 1982

Box 53, folder 19, Box 64

64. Diana Ming Chan 1982

Box 53, folder 20, Box 64

65. Mary D. Lau 1982

Box 54, folder 1, Box 64

66. Ellen Fong 1982

Box 54, folder 2, Box 64

67. Beatrice Wu 1982

Box 54, folder 3, Box 64

68. Maizie Lee 1982

Box 54, folder 4, Box 64

69. Victoria Tsou 1982

Box 54, folder 5, Box 64

70. Winnie Wong 1982

Box 54, folder 6, Box 64, Box 65

71. Bernarda Wong 1982

Box 54, folder 7, Box 64

72. Ruth Ann Koesun 1982

Box 54, folder 8, Box 64, Box 65

73. Helen Wong Jean 1982

Box 54, folder 9, Box 65

74. Sister Elizabeth Lee 1982

Box 54, folder 10, Box 65

75. Eunice Tom Wong 1982

Box 54, folder 11, Box 65

76. Hor Chee Fong 1982

Box 54, folder 12, Box 65

77. Rose Wong 1982

Box 54, folder 13, Box 65

78. Susan Lee Moy 1982

Box 54, folder 14, Box 65

79. Karen Kwong 1982

Box 54, folder 15, Box 65

80. Lin Oye Gee 1982

Box 54, folder 16, Box 65

81. Lillie Gee 1982

Box 54, folder 17, Box 65

82. Michelle Lee 1982

Box 54, folder 18, Box 65

83. Linda Yee Tartof 1982

Box 54, folder 19, Box 65

84. Gertrude Wong 1982

Box 54, folder 20, Box 65

85. Betty Gee 1982

Box 54, folder 21, Box 65

86. Yep Sing Chin 1982

Box 54, folder 22, Box 65

87. Katherine Hsu 1982

Box 55, folder 1, Box 65

88. Lai Bet Lee 1982

Box 55, folder 2, Box 65

89. Rita Louis 1982

Box 55, folder 3, Box 65

90. Glenda Joe 1982

Box 55, folder 4, Box 65

91. Martha Gee 1982

Box 55, folder 5, Box 65

92. Lucy Lee 1982

Box 55, folder 6, Box 65

93. Rose Wu 1982

Box 55, folder 7, Box 65

94. Virginia Yee Wong 1982

Box 55, folder 8, Box 65

95. Leng Chou Kuon 1982

Box 55, folder 9, Box 65

96. Esther Yao 1982

Box 55, folder 10, Box 65

97. Shu Que Fong Hew 1982

Box 55, folder 11, Box 65

98. Joyce Fan 1982

Box 55, folder 12, Box 65

99. Ada Lee 1982

Box 55, folder 13, Box 65

100. Audrey Sidney 1982

Box 55, folder 14, Box 65

101. Freida Quan 1982

Box 55, folder 15, Box 65

102. Dr. Maria Fe Ng Cabanero 1982

Box 55, folder 16, Box 65

103. Lucy Cheung 1982

Box 55, folder 17, Box 65

104. Sally Chow 1982

Box 55, folder 18, Box 65

105. Mae Chow 1982

Box 55, folder 19, Box 65

106. Annette Joe 1982

Box 55, folder 20, Box 65

107. [anonymous] 1982

Box 55, folder 21, Box 65

108. Janet Dong 1982

Box 55, folder 22, Box 65

109. Ruby Moy Joe 1982

Box 55, folder 23, Box 65

110. Louise Gee 1982

Box 55, folder 24, Box 65

111. Lai Bing 1982

Box 56, folder 1, Box 65

112. Mrs. Sit (and Audrey Sidney) 1982

Box 56, folder 2, Box 65

113. Betty Joe 1982

Box 56, folder 3, Box 66

114. Arlee Hen 1982

Box 56, folder 4, Box 66

115. Margaret Wong 1982

Box 56, folder 5

116. Fui Kuen Gee 1982

Box 56, folder 6, Box 66

117. Penny Cheung Gong 1982

Box 56, folder 7, Box 66

118. Angela Jung Palandri 1982

Box 56, folder 8, Box 66

119. Anna Marion Yih 1982

Box 56, folder 9, Box 66

120. Gloria Wong 1982

Box 56, folder 10, Box 66

121. May Jann 1982

Box 56, folder 11, Box 66

122. Phyllis Lee 1982

Box 56, folder 12, Box 66

123. Ruth Chinn 1982

Box 56, folder 13, Box 66

124. Pat Lee 1982

Box 56, folder 14, Box 66

125. Funan Hu Hsu 1982

Box 56, folder 15, Box 66

126. Vivian Chen 1982

Box 56, folder 16, Box 66

127. Barbara Ann Ngai 1982

Box 56, folder 17, Box 66

128. Cheryl Chow 1982

Box 56, folder 18, Box 66

129. Gloria Bien 1982

Box 56, folder 19, Box 66

130. Ruth P. Chen 1982

Box 56, folder 20, Box 66

131. Ruby Chow 1982

Box 56, folder 21, Box 66

132. Lucy Chin Goon 1982

Box 56, folder 22, Box 66

133. Bettie Kan 1982

Box 56, folder 23, Box 66

134. Elaine Wong 1982

Box 56, folder 24, Box 66

135. Leah Hing 1982

Box 57, folder 1, Box 66

136. Priscilla Jue & Louise M. Yook 1982

Box 57, folder 2, Box 66

137. Carrie Lei 1982

Box 57, folder 3, Box 66

138. Christine Lee 1982

Box 57, folder 4, Box 66

139. Hannah Chow 1982

Box 57, folder 5, Box 66

140. Jeannie C. Sze 1982

Box 57, folder 6

141. Nancy Tom 1982

Box 57, folder 7, Box 66

142. Lois Chee (Lois Wong Chi) 1982

Box 57, folder 8, Box 66

143. Lilah Kan 1982

Box 57, folder 9, Box 66

144. Patricia Ann Yim Cowett 1982

Box 57, folder 10, Box 66

145. Mrs. Wong & Mrs. Wong 1982

Box 57, folder 11

146. Sue Ling Gin 1982

Box 57, folder 12

147. Leonar Wong 1982

Box 57, folder 13, Box 66

148. Wong Wee Ying 1982

Box 57, folder 14, Box 66

149. Jade Snow Wong 1982

Box 57, folder 15

150. Pearl Wong 1982

Box 57, folder 16, Box 66

151. Eva Lowe 1982

Box 57, folder 17, Box 66, Box 125

152. Low Law Shee 1982

Box 57, folder 18, Box 66

153. Lilly Hing Fong 1982

Box 57, folder 19, Box 66

154. Mrs. Eng (Ng Mee Lum) 1982

Box 58, folder 1, Box 67

155. [anonymous] 1982

Box 58, folder 2, Box 67

156. Mrs. Wai Lan Lee 1982

Box 58, folder 3, Box 67

157. Bow Guay Chin Moy 1982

Box 58, folder 4, Box 67

158. Donna Louie 1982

Box 58, folder 5, Box 67

159. Diana Yee 1982

Box 58, folder 6, Box 125

160. Helen Hong Wong 1982

Box 58, folder 7, Box 67

161. Rosalyn Koo 1982

Box 58, folder 8, Box 67

162. Eva Fray Chan 1982

Box 58, folder 9, Box 67

163. Daisy Wong Chinn 1982

Box 58, folder 10, Box 67

164. Felicia Lowe 1982

Box 58, folder 11, Box 67

165. Heather Fong 1983

Box 58, folder 12, Box 67

166. Annie Soo 1983

Box 58, folder 13, Box 67

167. Puanani Kini 1982

Box 58, folder 14, Box 67

168. Irma Tam Soong 1982

Box 58, folder 15, Box 67

169. Tseng Yu-ho Ecke (Betty) 1982

Box 58, folder 16, Box 67

170. Nancy Young 1982

Box 58, folder 17, Box 67

171. Laura Chun 1982

Box 58, folder 18, Box 67

172. Henrietta Shui-Ying Chang 1982

Box 59, folder 1, Box 67

173A. Celeste Hong (Cici) 1982

Box 59, folder 2, Box 67

173B. Patricia Chong Lum 1982

Box 59, folder 3, Box 67

174. Wai Ling Chun 1982

Box 59, folder 4, Box 67

175. Diane Lee 1982

Box 59, folder 5, Box 67

176. Alice C.K. Kapawai 1983

Box 59, folder 6, Box 67

177. Catherine T.M. Chang 1983

Box 59, folder 7, Box 67

178. Howey Lee 1982

Box 59, folder 8, Box 67

179. Violet Lai 1982

Box 59, folder 9, Box 67

180. Lucille Wang 1982

Box 59, folder 10, Box 67

181. Bernice Char Loui 1982

Box 59, folder 11, Box 67

182. Sau Ung Loo Chan 1982

Box 59, folder 12, Box 67

183. Lee Yau Chong 1982

Box 59, folder 13, Box 67

184. Eleanore Atherton Chong 1982

Box 59, folder 14, Box 67

185. Bernice Yee 1982

Box 59, folder 15, Box 67

186. Ah Quun McElrath 1982

Box 59, folder 16, Box 67

187. Charlotte M. Sexton 1982

Box 59, folder 17, Box 67

188. Quach Thi Ngoc 1982

Box 59, folder 18, Box 67

189. Helen Luong 1982

Box 59, folder 19, Box 67

190. Loy Wong 1982

Box 59, folder 20, Box 67

191. [anonymous] 1982

Box 60, folder 1, Box 67

192. Wei Chi Poon 1983

Box 60, folder 2

193. Violet Hew Zane

Box 60, folder 3

194. Chen See Chun

Box 60, folder 4, Box 67

195. A-lan von Hornlein 1982

Box 60, folder 5, Box 67

196. Vyolet Lum Chu 1982

Box 60, folder 6, Box 67

197. Leona Hee 1982

Box 68

198. Dorothy Sin 1979

Box 68

199. Louise Leang Larson 1979

Box 60, folder 7, Box 68

200. Kathryn Cheung Young 1983

Box 60, folder 8

201. Jean Liu 1981

Box 60, folder 9

202. Hannah Cheung (Hung Fa Kwok) 1979

Box 60, folder 10

203. Louise Chan 1979

Box 60, folder 11, Box 68

204. Sue Chin 1982

Box 60, folder 12, Box 68

205. Diane Wong 1982

Box 60, folder 13, Box 68

207. Genny Lim 1983

Box 60, folder 14, Box 68

208. Florence Jung 1982

Box 60, folder 15, Box 68

209. Juliane Mark-Le 1982

Box 60, folder 16, Box 68

210. Mitzie & Alice Lee 1982

Box 60, folder 17, Box 68

211. Dolly Chung 1982

Box 60, folder 18, Box 68

212. Lonnie Quan 1982

Box 60, folder 19, Box 68

213. Marietta Chong Eng 1982

Box 60, folder 20, Box 68

214. Hong Ta 1982

Box 60, folder 21, Box 68

215. Ruth Chun 1983

Box 60, folder 22, Box 68

216. Khai Nang Tran 1982

Box 60, folder 23, Box 68

217. Donna Chun Wong 1982

Box 60, folder 24, Box 68

218. Mary S. Pang 1982

Box 60, folder 25, Box 68

219. Wok Jun Linn 1982

Box 60, folder 26, Box 68

220. Canyon Sam 1982

Box 60, folder 27, Box 68

221. Rose Moon 1982

Box 60, folder 28

222. Li-Lan Gee 1983

Box 60, folder 29

223. Cam San Ong 1982

Box 61, folder 1, Box 68

224. Sonia Gee 1982

Box 61, folder 2, Box 68

225. Jennie Luke 1982

Box 61, folder 3, Box 68

226. Kitty Tsui 1983

Box 61, folder 4, Box 68

227. Lilli Soe 1982

Box 61, folder 5, Box 68

228. Becky Schulz 1982

Box 61, folder 6, Box 68

229. Wing Yee 1982

Box 61, folder 7, Box 68

230. Mabel Leong 1982

Box 61, folder 8, Box 68

231. Nellie Wong Leong 1982

Box 61, folder 9, Box 68

232. Nanying Stella Wong 1982

Box 61, folder 10, Box 68

233. Dora Wong 1983

Box 61, folder 11, Box 68

234. Phoebe G. Yee 1982

Box 61, folder 12, Box 68

235. May Chong Chun 1982

Box 61, folder 13, Box 68

236. Margaret Young Pang 1982

Box 61, folder 14, Box 68

237. Clara Yuen Ching 1982

Box 61, folder 15, Box 68

238. Soo Yong Huang 1982

Box 61, folder 16, Box 68

239. May Day Lo Walden 1982

Box 61, folder 17, Box 68

240. Frank (Mamie) Chan 1979

Box 61, folder 18, Box 68

241. Genevieve Young 1983

Box 61, folder 19, Box 68

242. Helen Hing 1982

Box 61, folder 20, Box 68

243. Dian Jing Dong 1982

Box 61, folder 21, Box 68

244. King Yoak Wu 1982

Box 61, folder 22, Box 68, Box 125

245. Judy Yung 1982

Box 61, folder 23, Box 69

246. Phyllis Quan 1982

Box 62, folder 1

247. Alice Chan Tinloy 1982

Box 62, folder 2, Box 69

248. Eva Joe 1982

Box 62, folder 3, Box 69

249. Lorena How 1982

Box 62, folder 4, Box 69

250. Linda Jeanne Wong 1982

Box 62, folder 5, Box 69

251. May-Fong J. Tsay 1982

Box 62, folder 6, Box 69

252. Grace Chang 1982

Box 62, folder 7, Box 69

253. Pi-Li Chang Stannard 1982

Box 62, folder 8, Box 69

254. Mary Lu Wang 1982

Box 62, folder 9, Box 69

255. Chiang Ching 1983

Box 62, folder 10, Box 69

256. Lily Chen 1982

Box 62, folder 11, Box 69

257. Helen Pon Onyett 1983

Box 62, folder 12, Box 69

258. Carolyn Chan 1983

Box 62, folder 13, Box 69

259. Ms. Ching 1983

Box 62, folder 14, Box 129

260. Kwong King You 1982

Box 62, folder 15, Box 129

261. Chew, Chew, & Yee 1983

 

Photos

Arrangement

Arranged roughly according to the chapters of Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History.

Scope and Contents

The second subseries begins with scans of the photographs of Chinese American women used by Yung in the exhibit and her book. These are followed by files of rejected photographs, photos on specific topics, photos from oral history interviewees, and photographs on topics that didn't make it into the book. The series concludes with prints of the final selected photographs.
Box 70, Folder 1-2

Slides and Photos from CWA Exhibit

Box 70, folder 3

Book Cover

Box 70, folder 4

Women in China

Box 70, folder 5

Early Arrivals / Stereotypes

Box 70, folder 6

Prostitutes

Box 70, folder 7

Rural Life

Box 70, folder 8

Urban Life

Box 70, folder 9

Life in Hawaii

Box 70, folder 10

Years of Struggle - Introduction

Box 70, folder 11

Hard Times

Box 70, folder 12-13

Second Generation

Box 70, folder 14

Entertainers

Box 70, folder 15

Social Awakening

Box 70, folder 16

War Effort

Box 70, folder 17

World War II Shipyards

Box 70, folder 18

World War II Military

Box 71, folder 1

Post-World War II

Box 71, folder 2

Contemporary Women 1945-1984

Box 71, folder 3

Immigrant Women - Post-WWII

Box 71, folder 4

American-Born Chinese Women

Box 71, folder 5

New Consciousness

Box 71, folder 6

Women of the 1980s

Box 71, folder 7

American South

Box 71, folder 8

Hawaii

Box 71, folder 9

New Careers

Box 71, folder 10

Photo Captions

Box 71, folder 11

Women in China (research & rejected photos)

Box 71, folder 12

Early Arrivals / Stereotypes (research & rejected photos)

Box 71, folder 13

Cameron House

Box 71, folder 14

Urban Life / Prostitution (research & rejected photos)

Box 71, folder 15

Urban Life - Portraits

Box 71, folder 16-17

Urban Life (research & rejected photos)

Box 71, folder 18

Frontier Life (research & rejected photos)

Box 71, folder 19

Frontier Life - China Mary

Box 72, folder 1

Hard Times (research & rejected photos)

Box 72, folder 2

Social Awakening (research & rejected photos)

Box 72, folder 3

Hawaii (rejected photos)

Box 72, folder 4

Employment - Telephone Exchange

Box 72, folder 5

Second Generation - Gum Moon, Ming Quong

Box 72, folder 6

Second Generation - Alice Fun, Tye Leung

Box 72, folder 7-11

Second Generation - [by US region/state]

Box 72, folder 12

Second Generation - In Chinatown

Box 72, folder 13

Second Generation - Outside Chinatown

Box 72, folder 14-15

Second Generation - Employment

Box 72, folder 16

Second Generation - Miscegenated

Box 72, folder 17

California - Los Angeles

Box 72, folder 18

California - San Diego

Box 72, folder 19

Life in Hawaii (research & rejected photos)

Box 72, folder 20

Social Awakening - Aviatrix

Box 72, folder 21

World War II - Volunteer War Efforts

Box 72, folder 22

War Efforts - Madame Chiang

Box 72, folder 23

War Efforts - Armed Services

Box 72, folder 24

War Efforts - Sino-Japanese War

Box 72, folder 25

World War II - Industry

Box 73, folder 1

Gertrude Wong Chicago Collection (rejected)

Box 73, folder 2

Chinese Bobby Soxers

Box 73, folder 3

Contemporary Concerns

Box 73, folder 4-6

Increased Immigration

Box 73, folder 7-8

Women Immigrants

Box 73, folder 9

New Consciousness (research & rejected photos)

Box 73, folder 10

New Careers (research & rejected photos)

Box 73, folder 11

Strikes & Protests (research & rejected photos)

Box 73, folder 12

Success Myth

Box 73, folder 13

[Photos sourced from] Wide World Photos, Inc.

Box 73, folder 14

Photos of Interest

Box 73, folder 15

Non-Women Shots

Box 73, folder 16

Exhibit - Photos by Panel

Box 74

Final Photo Prints for Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History book

 

Research

Arrangement

Arranged roughly alphabetically.

Scope and Contents

The third subseries includes Yung's research files for the project. These mainly consist of scans of primary resource materials Yung found in archives around the country. Many files correspond to Chinese American populations in specific states or cities. Others focus on topics, such as immigration and prostitution.
Box 75, folder 1

Chinese Women of America, Chinese Edition 1992-1999

Box 75, folder 2

University of Washington Press - Promotional Material 1986

Box 75, folder 3

Chinese American Women (Historical)

Box 75, folder 4

Chinese American Women (Contemporary)

Box 75, folder 5

Lady of Lily Feet

Box 75, folder 6

Early Arrivals and Stereotypes

Box 75, folder 7

China Mary

Box 75, folder 8

ACLU Chinese Women Immigrants 1940s

Box 75, folder 9

Alaska

Box 75, folder 10

Arizona

Box 75, folder 11

Biographies - Mothers

Box 75, folder 12

California Women - Notable

Box 75, Folder 13

California - Fresno

Box 75, folder 14

California - Hanford

Box 75, folder 15

California - Grass Valley

Box 75, folder 16

California - Locke

Box 76, folder 1

California - Los Angeles

Box 76, folder 2

California - Marysville

Box 76, folder 3

California - Mother Lode region

Box 76, folder 4

California - Napa & Marin

Box 76, folder 5

California - Oakland

Box 76, folder 6

California - San Diego

Box 76, folder 7

California - San Jose

Box 76, folder 8

California - Santa Cruz & Watsonville

Box 76, folder 9

California - Stockton & Vallejo

Box 76, folder 10

Colorado - Denver

Box 76, folder 11

Employment - General & Media/Broadcasting

Box 76, folder 12

Employment - Artists/Architecture (Maya Lin)

Box 76, folder 13

Employment - Artist (Flo Wong)

Box 76, folder 14

Employment - Law/Politics

Box 76, folder 15

Employment - Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA)

Box 77, folder 1

Employment - Scientists/Engineers

Box 77, folder 2

Employment - Sewing Factory

Box 77, folder 3

Employment - Sports

Box 77, folder 4

Georgia

Box 77, folder 5-6

Hawaii

Box 77, folder 7

Idaho

Box 77, folder 8

Illinois - Chicago

Box 77, folder 9

Immigration Case Files

Box 77, folder 10

Immigration Service - Gee Kee Far

Box 77, folder 11

Immigration Documents - Women

Box 78, folder 1

Immigration Service Records from the Federal Archives - Chicago

Box 78, folder 2

Immigrant Cases - Women

Box 78, folder 3

Immigration Service Records - Seattle, Washington

Box 78, folder 4

Immigration - Refugees

Box 78, folder 5

Immigration post-1865

Box 78, folder 6

Louisiana - New Orleans

Box 78, folder 7

Maine

Box 78, folder 8

Marriage and Family

Box 78, folder 9

Maryland - Baltimore

Box 78, folder 10

Military

Box 78, folder 11

Mental Health

Box 78, folder 12

Minnesota

Box 78, folder 13

Mississippi

Box 78, folder 14

Montana

Box 78, folder 15

Nevada

Box 79, folder 1

New York

Box 79, folder 2-3

Oregon

Box 79, folder 4

Pennsylvania - Beaver Falls

Box 79, folder 5

Prostitutes - Wong Toy Sim case

Box 79, folder 6

Prostitutes and Highbinders Immigration Cases

Box 79, folder 7-9

Prostitution Immigration Cases

Box 79, folder 10

South Dakota

Box 80, folder 1

Stereotyping

Box 80, folder 2-3

Texas

Box 80, folder 4

Institute of Texas Cultures

Box 80, folder 5

Theater

Box 80, folder 6

Washington - Seattle

Box 80, folder 7

Washington - NW Collection at University of Washington

Box 80, folder 8

Washington, DC - Chinatown

Box 80, folder 9

Wisconsin

Box 80, folder 10

Wyoming

 

Exhibit

Scope and Contents

The final subseries includes materials from the CWA exhibit. Files include scans of and permissions for images used, publicity for the exhibit and book, and exhibit text. Correspondence with the University of Washington Press around the publication of the book is also included.
Box 81, Folder 1

"Asian Week" news clippings

Box 81, folder 2

Photos - Part I 1848-1906

Box 81, folder 3

Photos - Part II 1906-1945

Box 81, folder 4-5

Photos - Part III 1945-2005

Box 82, folder 1

East/West 1970s

Box 82, folder 2

Harry Jew Photos

Box 82, folder 3

CWA Fundraising Luncheon & Fashion Show

Box 82, folder 4-7

Public Relations and Publicity 1981-1984

Box 82, folder 8-9

Exhibit Publicity

Box 82, folder 10

Flyers

Box 83, folder 1

CWA PR Packet

Box 83, folder 2

Exhibit Text

Box 83, folder 3

Scheduling Information

Box 83, folder 4

University of Washington

Box 83, folder 5-8

Photos - Correspondence and Requests

Box 83, folder 9

Misc.

Box 125

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

Box 129, othertype 1-2, 4

Slides & Images

 

Series 10. Chinese Women in California 1970s-1990s

Conditions Governing Access

Series 10 is closed while the materials continue to be processed.

Arrangement

Interviews are grouped by region of California followed by some additional audio resources about California women.

Scope and Contents

Following the Chinese Women of America project, Yung turned to more academic research and completed her PhD at UC Berkeley. While researching her dissertation, Yung conducted oral histories with Chinese American women in San Francisco and sourced a number of oral histories with Chinese American women from institutions in Southern California. Series 10 contains paper files, transcripts, and recordings from the interviews.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is limited to the Reading Room only; no duplication of materials.
 

Chinese Women in San Francisco Oral History Project

Box 84, Folder 1

Maggie Gee 1994

Box 84, folder 2, Box 86, cassette 1

Rena Jung Chung 1994

Box 84, folder 3, Box 86, cassette 2-3

May Lew Gee 1994

Box 84, folder 4, Box 86, cassette 4-5

Gladys Gin 1988

Box 84, folder 5

Elizabeth Ling So Hall 1975

Box 84, folder 6

Sue Lee 1989

Box 84, folder 7, Box 86, cassette 6-8

Jane Kwong Lee 1988

Box 84, folder 8, Box 86, cassette 9

Ruth Chan Jang 1994

Box 84, folder 9, Box 86, cassette 10-12

Frederick Schulze & Louise Schulze Lee 1989

Box 84, folder 10, Box 86, cassette 13

Jessie Lee Yip 1989

 

Southern California Oral Histories

Box 84, Folder 11

Southern California Oral History Program

Box 84, folder 12

Beulah Quo 1979

Box 85, folder 1

Dr. Bessie Jeong 1981-1982

Box 85, folder 2

Grace Chow 1979-1982

Box 85, folder 3

Louise Larson 1979

 

Additional Audio Resources

Box 86, cassette 14

Women in WWII

Box 86, cassette 15

Working Lives of California Women

 

Series 11. Books: "Unbound Feet" and "Unbound Voices" 1990s

Scope and Contents

Yung's book Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco grew out of her UC Berkeley dissertation completed in 1994 and was published by the University of California press one year later. Out of this project grew Unbound Voices: A Documentary History of Chinese Women in San Francisco (1999), which collected primary resources created by Chinese American women with introductions and annotations written by Yung. Materials in Series 11 include images used in the books, drafts of Yung's writings, some research files, correspondence about publication, and publicity materials for the books.
 

Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco 1995

Box 87, Folder 1

UC Press

Box 87, folder 2

Photos and Permissions

Box 87, folder 3

Book Launch 1995-10-28

Box 87, folder 4

Book & Slide Talks

Box 87, folder 5-6

Correspondence

Box 87, folder 7-8

Reviews

Box 88, folder 1-2

Translations

Box 88, folder 3

Photos

Box 88, folder 4

Rejected Photos

Box 125

A/V and Born-Digital Material

Box 129, othertype 3

Slides & Images

 

Unbound Voices: A Documentary History of Chinese Women in San Francisco 1999

Box 88, folder 5

UC Press & Promotion

Box 88, folder 6

Book Party

Box 88, folder 7

Book & Slide Talks

Box 88, folder 8

Responses & Correspondence

Box 88, folder 9

Reviews

Box 88, folder 10-11

Photos

Box 125

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

Box 129, Box 2

Slides & Images

 

Series 12. Book: Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to the Present 2006

Scope and Contents

Compiled and edited by Judy Yung with Gordon H. Chang and Him Mark Lai, Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to Present was an anthology of primary resources about Chinese American life. Materials in the series include correspondence and permissions to publish many of the documents, photos, and recordings included in the book. Some interview recordings and information about the book's publication is also included.
Box 89, Folder 1

Resources - Early Voices / Perceptions

Box 89, folder 2

Resources - Part I 1848-1904

Box 89, folder 3-4

Resources - Part II 1904-1943

Box 89, folder 5

Resources - Part III 1943-2003

Box 89, folder 6

Book Promotion

Box 89, folder 7

News Clippings & Reviews

Box 89, folder 8

Book & Slide Talks

Box 90, folder 1

Permissions - Granted

Box 90, folder 2

Photos

Box 90, folder 3

Permissions - Photos

Box 125

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

 

Series 13. Book: The Adventures of Eddie Fung: Chinatown Kid, Texas Cowboy, Prisoner of War 2008

Biographical / Historical

Eddie Fung (1922-2018) was a second-generation Chinese American born and raised in San Francisco's Chinatown. As a young man, he moved to Texas to be a cowboy before enlisting in the US Army. On the way to the Philippines, his unit was captured by the Japanese and sent to Burma to build the Burma-Siam railway under slave labor conditions–an experience later dramatized in the 1957 film The Bridge on the River Kwai. Fung was a prisoner of war for forty-two months and the only Chinese American soldier captured by the Japanese during World War II. He married Judy Yung in 2003 and the pair recorded over 50 hours of oral history interviews about his life, which eventually led to their book, The Adventures of Eddie Fung: Chinatown Kid, Texas Cowboy, Prisoner of War (University of Washington Press, 2007).

Scope and Contents

Series 13 contains materials about Yung's husband, Eddie Fung, many of which were used by Yung to write The Adventures of Eddie Fung: Chinatown Kid, Texas Cowboy, Prisoner of War. A large portion of the series focuses on the oral history Yung recorded with her husband during the early 2000s–including over 50 hours of recordings and transcripts of their conversations. Also included in the series are photographs from throughout Fung's life; other oral histories Fung gave throughout his life; and information about the 2nd Battalion, 131st Field Artillery, 36th Infantry Division–the so-called "Lost Battalion" of which Fung was a part of. Also included are notes and recordings of book talks given by the pair and correspondence with the University of Washington Press.
 

Eddie Fung Oral History conducted by Judy Yung

Box 91, folder 1, Box 94

Tapes 1-6 2002-08-17

Box 91, folder 2, Box 94

Tapes 7-8 2003-01-11

Box 91, folder 3, Box 94

Tapes 9-12 2003-01-12

Box 91, folder 4, Box 94

Tapes 13-15 2003-01-18

Box 91, folder 5

Tapes 1-15 with additional edits 2002-2003

Box 91, folder 6, Box 94

Tapes 16-18 2003-01-25

Box 91, folder 7, Box 94

Tapes 19-21 2003-01-29

Box 91, folder 8, Box 94

Tapes 22-23 2003-02-02

Box 91, folder 9, Box 94

Tapes 24-25 2003-02-08

Box 91, folder 10, Box 94

Tapes 26-30 2003-02-09-2003-02-11

Box 91, folder 11, Box 94

Tapes 31-35 2003-02-12-2003-02-13

Box 91, folder 12, Box 94

Tapes 36-38 2003-02-14

Box 91, folder 13, Box 94

Tapes 39-41 2003-02-15

Box 91, folder 14, Box 94

Tapes 42-45 2003-03-18-2003-05-24

Box 91, folder 15, Box 94

Tapes 46-47 2003-05-2003-12-30

Box 91, folder 16, Box 94

Tapes 48-49 2005-01-2005-03

Box 91, folder 17, Box 94

Tapes 50-53 2005-06-02-2006-03-08

Box 91, folder 18, Box 95

Lost Battalion Interviews 2003

Box 91, folder 19

University of Houston Oral History conducted by Samuel Milner 1960

Box 91, folder 20

Lost Battalion News and Reunions

Box 92, folder 1

Childhood 1922-1940

Box 92, folder 2

Asian Pacific Americans in the Military

Box 92, folder 3

Photos

Box 92, folder 4

Adventures of Eddie Fung revision 2017

Box 92, folder 5

University of Washington Press

Box 92, folder 6

Promo for Eddie's Book

Box 92, folder 7

Reviews

Box 92, folder 8

Book Talks

Box 92, folder 9

Wikipedia

Box 92, folder 10-11

"Birma Railroad: A Visual Recollection" by Otto Kreefft 1998

General

Copies of English translation and original Dutch
Box 93, folder 1

North Texas State University Oral History with Edward Fung 1977-12-21

Box 93, folder 2

Building the Death Railway 1997

Box 93, folder 3

Notebook

Box 94

Eddie Fung recordings undated

Box 94

Eddie Fung lecture 2003-04-25

Box 95

Bridge on the River Kwai: The True Story

Box 95

WWII Burma Railway. 1. Beyond the Line of Duty; 2. The True Story of the Bridge on the River Kwai

Box 95

Recordings of Book Talks 2007

Box 95

Scanned Photographs 2006

Box 95

Australian War Memorial

Box 95

Interview by Chuck Hodge 2009-08-15

Box 95

World War II, Prisoner "of War" by Eddie Chung 2005-08-30

Box 95

Eddie Fung Interview by Stacy Carlson, Brett Gilbert, Andrew Olbrycht, & Jenny Ziff 2008-05-12

Box 95

University of Austin CAAS Open House 2008

Box 95

Powerpoint

Box 95

Book Drafts 2005-2006

Box 95

Book Launch - Professional Event Photographs by Frank Jang 2007-11-10

Box 95

Capitola Book Talk

Box 95

Eddie Fung Memorial & Birthday Celebration 2018-06-20

Box 95

"Nowhere But Texas" & "Cant to Can't: Black Cowboys of Texas"

Box 95

"The Bridge on the River Kwai" movie 1957

Box 95

"We Served With Pride: The Chinese American Experience in WWII" documentary 1999

Box 95

Eddie Fung Interview shot by Dallas TeleLearning 2004-08

 

Series 14. Book: San Francisco's Chinatown 2016

Scope and Contents

Yung's final book, San Francisco's Chinatown, was authored with the Chinese Historical Society of America and published as part of Arcadia Publishing's "Images of America" series. The series includes research files, drafted text, and born-digital research materials about the history of San Francisco's Chinatown, as well as correspondence about the publication of the book. A large portion of the born-digital materials are reproductions of photographs from public and private archival repositories around the Bay Area.
Box 96, Folder 1

Text & Resources - Intro, Part I

Box 96, folder 2

Text & Resources - Part II

Box 96, folder 3

Text & Resources - Part III

Box 96, folder 4

Arcadia Publishing revisions

Box 96, folder 5

Arcadia Publishing - Project Expenses

Box 96, folder 6

Sources & Permissions

Box 96, folder 7

Publicity & Correspondence

Box 96, folder 8

Book & Slide Talks

Box 96, folder 9

Chinatown Tour on California Women 2016-05-18

Box 96, folder 10

Miscellaneous

Box 97

Chinatown, film by Felicia Lowe

Box 97

SF Chinatown CACA 2007-08-03

Box 97

SF Chinatown 2009-01-13

Box 97

CHSA Judy Yung Book Signing "San Francisco's Chinatown" Photos by Frank Jang 2006-08-12

Box 97

Old Photos - 1920s and on - YMCA

Box 97

Chinese Playground - 12 pics

Box 97

The Bancroft Library Duplication Services photo orders

Box 97

"SF Chinatown" Arcadia 2006-06-30

Box 97

San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection, Order #365

Box 97

Wells Fargo Historical Services photos 2006-01

Box 97

Embarcadero Freeway, San Francisco Chronicle

Box 97

The Society of California Pioneers photos

Box 97

Phil Choy photos 2005-12

Box 97

SF Chinatown 2006-04

Box 97

Arcadia, Wu Yee, Connie Yu, Dong Wong, SFPC, Cameron House, Lib of Congress 2006

Box 97

YWCA Building

Box 97

Harry Jew photos

Box 97

CDRC scans

Box 97

Chinese Playground, Felicia Lowe, Visitors Bureau, YMCA

Box 97

Paul Lam 2005-11-18

Box 97

Ben Chan 2006-01-22

Box 97

Chinatown 1940s - Felicia Lowe

Box 97

"Square and Circle Club" Rough Cut 2009-05-01

Box 97

"Chinatown YWCA, 1916-1995" film by the Chinese Historical Society of America 2003

Box 97

"A Legacy Worth Preserving: The History of the Square and Circle Club" film 2009-06-01

Box 97

"The SF Chinatown YMCA: A Bridge Between Two Worlds" film 2011

 

Series 15. Oral History Files - Miscellaneous 1970s-2010s

Arrangement

The series is arranged into three sub-series: 1. Research Interviews 2. Oral History Literature and Workshops 3. Interviews Conducted by Judy Yung and Collaborators

Scope and Contents

In addition to the oral histories Yung completed and gathered for books and projects, she also conducted many interviews that were not tied to a specific project. Yung collected interviews that related to her research from archives and repositories around the United States, as well as from other oral historians. Series 15 includes a mix of paper files and recordings for the oral histories Yung collected that were not part of a specific project. Some of the interviews included were conducted by Yung's collaborators as opposed to herself. Also included are some of her files on oral history methodology and workshops.

Conditions Governing Access

Series 15 is closed while the materials continue to be processed.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is limited to the Reading Room only; no duplication of materials.
 

Research Interviews

Scope and Contents

Interviews and materials from other oral historians, as well as archival repositories that Yung collected as of interest to her research.
Box 98, folder 1

Eleanor Swent - Oakland Interviews 1982

Box 98, folder 2

Fujianese Story Interview

Box 98, folder 3

Eddie Wong's Interviews 1981-1983

Box 98, folder 4

Bertha Hing

Box 98, folder 5

May Kew Fung interview by Jeffrey A. Ow 1990

Box 98, folder 6

Maria Lim oral history - Arizona Historical Society 1979-02-27

Box 98, folder 7

Jennie Matyas on the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, from UC Berkeley Regional Oral History Office 1955

Existence and Location of Originals

See full interview at: https://digicoll.lib.berkeley.edu/record/217109
Box 98, Folder 8

Harry Chin and Sheila Chin Morris oral histories, Minnesota Historical Society

Existence and Location of Originals

Harry Chin's interview: http://collections.mnhs.org/cms/display?irn=10447445 Sheila Chin Morris' interview: http://collections.mnhs.org/cms/display.php?irn=10447449
Box 98, Folder 9

Ruby Kim Tape interview, UC Berkeley Bancroft Library

Box 98, Folder 10

Chinese Historical Society of America Oral History Project

Box 98, Folder 11

Hawaii Chinese History Center oral histories and interviews

Box 98, Folder 12

UC Berkeley Bancroft Library oral histories

Box 98, Folder 13

Oregon Historical Society

Box 98, Folder 14

Mississippi Oral Histories

Box 99, Folder 1

Minnesota Historical Society interviews and publications

 

Oral History Literature and Workshops

Box 99, Folder 2

Oral History Literature & Guidelines

Box 99, Folder 3

Asian American Women Workshop Primary Resources 1990s

Box 99, Folder 4

"Branching Out the Banyan Tree" Chinese American Studies Conference - Oral History Workshop 2005

Box 99, Folder 5

Roots Oral History Workshop

Box 99, Folder 6

Oral History Workshop - General

 

Interviews Conducted by Judy Yung and Collaborators

Box 99, folder 7

Phone Interviews

Box 99, folder 8

War Years - Interviews

Box 99, folder 9

China Interviews

Box 99, folder 10, Box 102

Lim Poon Lee 1989-10-31

Box 99, folder 11

Martha Taoun 1989-11-27

Box 100, folder 1, Box 102

Rose Yuen Ow 1970-09-09

Box 100, folder 2, Box 102

Ira & Minnie Fong "Mickie" Lee 1989

Box 100, folder 3, Box 102

Ira Lee 1988-07-26

Box 100, folder 4

H. Robert Lee 2013

Box 100, folder 5

Mrs. Choy Lee 1975-03-02

Box 100, folder 6

Huey Yuk Shun 1987-07-18

Box 100, folder 7

Fong Quan 2002-07-31

Box 100, folder 8

Mabel Soo Fong 2013-07-14

Box 100, folder 9, Box 102

Lonnie Young 1995-07-21

Box 100, folder 10, Box 125

Schulze Interviews - Tye Leung Photos

Box 100, folder 11

Alice Fong Yu 1986-03-31

Box 100, folder 12

Ton W. Lee 1979-05-28

Box 100, folder 13

Johnny Wong 2002-09-06

Box 101, folder 1-2, Box 102

Clara Lee 1986

Box 101, folder 3, Box 102

Laura Lai 1983-02-16

Box 101, folder 4

Florence Haw Jung

Box 101, folder 5

Charlotte Chang 1971-07-24

Box 101, folder 6, Box 102

YWCA Interviews 2000

General

Interviews with Florinda Huang, Lonnie Quan, Hwa Cheng, Teresa Wu, Elizabeth Abbott
Box 101, folder 7

Lily Fong

Box 101, folder 8-11, Box 102, Box 125

Flora Belle Jan

General

Includes correspondence, writings, and interviews with Flora Belle Jan's daughters Fleur Yano and Fiora Ai.
Box 101, Folder 12

Quan Laan Fan 1974

Box 101, Folder 13, Box 125

Alice Fun

Box 101, Folder 14-15

Him Mark Lai Oral History records

Box 102

Joyce Yu 1979-06-04

Box 102

Nhan Du Tran 1979-07-07

Box 102

K.L. Lam 1981-07-09

Box 102

Phuong Lan La 1981-08-18

Box 102

Ben Hoang 1993-11-22

Box 102

Stan Lee 1985-07-26

Box 102

Lulu [Mabditini?] 1986-03-02

Box 102

Kathy Owyang Turner 1986-05-30

Box 102

Janice Mirikitani 1986-07-02

Box 102

Kiyoko Genereaux 1986-07-03

Box 102

Gayle Tanaka Fuezy 1986-07-22

Box 102

Felicia Lowe 1986-09-09

Box 102

D. Chen 1986-09-27

Box 102

Peter Chan 1986-10-07

Box 102

John Leong 1986-11-01

Box 102

Jeff Chan 1986-11-06

Box 102

Jim Kirabayashi 1986-11-06

Box 102

Bill Wong 1986-12-08

Box 102

Bernard Wong 1986-12-29

Box 102

Aline Hsu Singman 1987-02-10

Box 102

Deanna Pursley 1987-03-07

Box 102

Ken Wei 1987-03-11

Box 103

Elizabeth Lowry 1987-03-25

Box 103

Chang Kuk Cho 1987-05-22

Box 103

Nadine Toy 1987-06-08

Box 103

Minnie Sickles 1987-06-25

Box 103

Belle Andrade 1987-07-19

Box 103

Mandy Rubin 1987-07-26

Box 103

Mona Litrownik 1987-07-28

Box 103

Akemi Buettner 1987-08-05

Box 103

Meiwen Liao 1987-08-08

Box 103

Bakhapcha Cho 1987-10-30

Box 103

Penny Huey 1988-11-21

Box 103

Fred Schulze 1989-01-26

Box 103

Bessie Hung 1989-06-30

Box 103

Frances Jong Nogawa 1990-02-12

Box 103

Rhode Ausman 1990-08-28

Box 103

Teresia Teaiwa 1993-02-23

Box 103

G. Matsumoto 1993-04-20

Box 103

Keith Oshajimi 1993-04-21

Box 103

Ron Kihara 1993-05-11

Box 103

Marian Lee 1995-12-24

Box 103

Ivy Lee Mah 1997-03-31

Box 103

Katie Quan

Box 103

May Ow

Box 103

Lily Wen

Box 103

Richard Koch Dare

Box 103

Kay Bradford 1987-12-18

Box 103

Chris Iwata 1992-12-17

Box 103

Mike Nakagawa 1992-12-25

Box 103

D. Yam 1993-01-04

Box 103

Doug Chin 1993-03-01

Box 103

Gary Inouye 1993-05-03

Box 103

James Chao 1993-05-06

Box 103

Ray Soo 1993-05-12

Box 103

Bill Wong 1993-05-19

Box 103

Victor Kimura 1993-05-26

Box 103

Steve Lee

Box 103

Charles Knott

Box 103

"Fujianese" mini-cassettes

Box 125

Wing Law Tom

Box 125

Wing Yee

Box 125

Tom Yip Jing 1977-1987

Box 126

Maggie Gee 2000-04-24

 

Series 16. Chinese American History Research Files 1980s-2010s

Scope and Contents

Through her work on Chinese American history, Yung assembled extensive research files. This series includes copies of primary sources about Chinese Americans, including newspaper clippings, written accounts, and photographs. The series also contains secondary sources in the form of articles, book chapters, and dissertations about Chinese Americans. Primary resource files are grouped around topics such as prostitution, immigration, World War II, and employment. Publications from the Chinese Historical Society of America and other organizations working in Chinese American history are included towards the end of the series. Although the series does cover Chinese Americans around the country, the majority of the materials focuses demographically on women and geographically on the San Francisco Bay Area. Yung's original folder titles and labels retained where possible.
Box 104, Folder 1

Statistics - San Francisco

Box 104, folder 2

Footbinding

Box 104, folder 3

19th Century California

Box 104, folder 4-9

Prostitution

General

Includes newspaper clippings, articles, and specific immigration cases.
Box 104, folder 10

Pascoe - Protestant Mission Work 1878-1911

Box 104, folder 11

Feminists

Box 104, folder 12

Feminists - Qiu Jin 1875-1910

Box 104, folder 13

Students

Box 104, folder 14

Divorce

Box 104, folder 15

Chinese Nationalism 1910s

Box 105, folder 1

Chinese Materials (seen by Poon)

Box 105, folder 2

English Newspaper Notes 1900-1945

Box 105, folder 3

China Connection / Chung Sai Yat Po

Box 105, folder 4-5

Chung Sai Yat Po 1900-1945

Box 105, folder 6-8

Chinese Times 1928-1974

Box 105, folder 9

Chinese World newspaper

Box 105, folder 10

China - Slavery

Box 105, folder 11

Education

Box 105, folder 12

Immigration

Box 105, folder 13

Divorce / Intermarriage

Box 105, folder 14

Christianity

Box 106, folder 1

China - Education

Box 106, folder 2

Footbinding

Box 106, folder 3

Feminism / Feminists

Box 106, folder 4

Feminism - Fundraising

Box 106, folder 5

Women's Suffrage Movement

Box 106, folder 6

China - Feminist Movement

Box 106, folder 7

China - Marriage

Box 106, folder 8

Women's Literature

Box 106, folder 9

Non-Women

Box 106, folder 10

Women - International

Box 106, folder 11

White Women

Box 106, folder 12-13, Box 107, Folder 1-3

Survey of Race Relations 1924-1927

General

Later folders relate specifically to mentions of American Born Chinese (ABC) Women and Non-Chinese Women in the Survey.
Box 107, folder 4

Second Generation - American Born Chinese (ABC) Women

Box 107, folder 5

ABC Women - Cultural Conflicts / Flappers

Box 107, folder 6

ABC Women - Cable Act 1920s-1930s

Box 107, folder 7

ABC Women - Education

Box 107, folder 8

ABC Women - Chinese Christian Student 1906-1931

Box 107, folder 9-13

ABC Women - Work & Employment

General

Includes files on ABC women in business, entertainment, medicine, and the telephone exchange
Box 107, folder 14

ABC Women - Marriage & Divorce

Box 108, folder 1

Social Activities

Box 108, folder 2

Political Activism

Box 108, folder 3

Square and Circle Club

Box 108, folder 4

Ging Hawk Club (NY)

Box 108, folder 5-10

Chinatown Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) 1910s-1950s

Box 108, folder 11

International Institute of San Francisco 1954-1981

Box 108, folder 12

Presbyterian Missions - Cameron House

Box 108, folder 13

Baptist Missions

Box 108, folder 14

Ming Quong Home

Box 109, folder 1-2

Missions - Gum Moon Residential Hall 1870-1992

Box 109, folder 3

Aviation

Box 109, folder 4

Nationalism / World War I - American Born Chinese 1910s

Box 109, folder 5

Depression Era 1930s

Box 109, folder 6

Chinese Employment 1930-1945

Box 109, folder 7-8

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union Strike 1938

Box 109, folder 9

Expo / Festivals 1939-1940

Box 109, folder 10

Chung Sai Yat Po Newspaper - Women in war relief efforts 1932-1945

Box 110, folder 1

World War II 1939-1945

Box 110, folder 2

WWII - Chinese News & Press 1939-1945

Box 110, folder 3

Sino-Japanese War Efforts 1932-1945

Box 110, folder 4

Chinatown War Efforts 1932-1945

Box 110, folder 5

WWII - Volunteer & USO Work 1939-1945

Box 110, folder 6

WWII - Bond Drives 1942-1945

Box 110, folder 7

WWII - Needle Guild 1934-1945

Box 110, folder 8-9

WWII - Shipyards 1940s

Box 110, folder 10

Madam Chiang Kai-shek Visit to US 1943

Box 111, folder 1

Chinese Women & World War II - Chinese newspaper articles translations 1940s

Box 111, folder 2

Natural Disaster Relief Work / Local Fundraiser 1931

Box 111, folder 3

Chung Sai Yat Po - YWCA

Box 111, folder 4

Chung Sai Yat Po - Feminism

Box 111, folder 5

Feminists / Orators

Box 111, folder 6

Chinese Women's Association (NY)

Box 111, folder 7

National Archives Research Publications 1989-2004

Box 111, folder 8

Drumright Report 1955

Box 111, folder 9

McCarthyism / Normalization 1950s

Box 111, folder 10

Chinese Exclusion - Immigration

Box 111, folder 11-12

Immigration Laws 1940s

Box 112, folder 1

Immigration Act of 1924 1924

Box 112, folder 2

Pressures on Congress: A Study of the Repeal of Chinese Exclusion by Fred W. Riggs 1950

Box 112, folder 3

Repeal of Chinese Exclusion 1943

Box 112, folder 4

1882 Project 2017

Box 112, folder 5

Publications

Box 112, folder 6

Miscellaneous

Box 112, folder 7

[title in Chinese] script

Box 112, folder 8

Quock Mui (Monterey, Calif.)

Box 112, folder 9

March Fong Eu 1980s

Box 112, folder 10

Nellie Tom Quock

Box 112, folder 11

Dr. Kong Tai Heong

Box 112, folder 12

Shui Mak Ka

Box 112, folder 13

Chere Mai 2001

Box 112, folder 14

Katie Moy Lim

Box 113, folder 1

Mai Zhouyi (Mrs. Lo Lin) 1903

Box 113, folder 2

Lily Leong Gan

Box 113, folder 3

Rose Hum Lee

Box 113, folder 4

MJ Lee 1996

Box 113, folder 5

King Gee Won (Lilly Tsengteh Wen)

Box 113, folder 6

Anna May Wong

Box 113, folder 7

Wong Ah So

Box 113, folder 8

Madame X (Displaced Person)

Box 113, folder 9

Maud Yap

Box 113, folder 10

Henry Woon

Box 113, folder 11

Sieh King King 1902

Box 113, folder 12

Longtime Californians

Box 113, folder 13

Files To Ellen for Translation

Box 113, folder 14

Colleen Fong Research & Translations

Box 113, folder 15

Chung Sai Yat Po translated articles 1911

Box 114, folder 1

"Chinatown: Yesterday and Today" by W.E. Winter 1948

Box 114, folder 2

San Francisco

Box 114, folder 3

Sexist Sayings

Box 114, folder 4

Merchant Wives

Box 114, folder 5

Asian Pacific Islander Men calendar 1991

Box 114, folder 6

Miss Chinatown photos 1950s-1960s

Box 114, folder 7

George C. Berticevich - photographer 1998

Box 114, folder 8

Misc. Photos & Images

Box 115, folder 1

"The Chinese in America" book by Rev. O. Gibson 1877

Box 115, folder 2

"California Chinese Chatter" book by Albert Dressler 1927

Box 115, folder 3

"Chinatown Inside Out" book by Leong Gor Yun 1936

Box 115, folder 4

"China Gold" book by Theresa A. Sparks 1954

Box 115, folder 5

"The Chinese in the United States of America" book by Rose Hum Lee 1960

Box 115, folder 6

"Chinese in American Life" book by S.W. Kung 1962

Box 115, folder 7

"The Madams of San Francisco" book by Curt Gentry 1964

Box 116, folder 1-2

"Oriental Community in San Francisco" compilation by Alan S. Wong 1966

Box 116, folder 3

"Chinese Labor in California, 1850-1880: An Economic Study" book by Ping Chiu 1967

Box 116, folder 4

"The Rise of Anti-Oriental Agitation" article in Social Science and Modern Society magazine 1973

Box 116, folder 5-6

"A Chinese American" account written by Jane Kwong Lee 1977

Box 116, folder 7

"The Invasion of North Beach" article in San Francisco magazine 1977-11

Box 116, folder 8

"Chinese Americans Past and Present" readings collected by Don Wong and Irene Dea Collier 1977

Box 116, folder 9

"Asian Community Library" article by Judy Yung in Special Libraries Volume 69, no. 3 1978-03

Box 116, folder 10

"The Story of Mei-Ling" by Pat Sumi 1978

Box 117, folder 1

Outlines: History of the Chinese in America, 3rd edition, by Him Mark Lai and Philip P. Choy 1980

Box 117, folder 2

"The Voice of Doumen" 1983

Box 117, folder 3

"Square and Circle Club of San Francisco: A Chinese Women's Culture" thesis by Ruth Fong Chinn 1987

Box 117, folder 4

Historical Records of the San Francisco Chinese Garment Contractors Association, 1951-1987 1987

Box 117, folder 5

"Ten Principles on Raising Chinese-American Teens" guidebook by Dr. Evelyn Lee 1988

Box 117, folder 6

June Chen Life History 1989

Box 117, folder 7

A Guide for Establishing Asian American Core Collections by Wei Chi Poon 1989

Box 117, folder 8

Asian Neighborhood Design Newsline 1989

Box 117, folder 9

"Celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the Hip Sen Benevolent Association, 1900-1990" program 1990

Box 117, folder 10

"Shaking Up Chinatown: The Democratic Moment of San Francisco's Chinatown - The Story of Mei Lun Yuen" thesis by Sabrina Susan Gee 1990

Box 117, folder 11

"The Mar-Sue Family's Quest for Survival in British Columbia, 1914-1949" thesis by Lisa Rose Mar 1992-05

Box 117, folder 12

Voices of Chinese Canadian Women book by Jin Guo 1992

Box 118, folder 1

"Square and Circle Club: Gender, Ethnicity, and the Redefinition of Civic Consciousness" thesis by Victoria Wong 1992

Box 118, folder 2

"The China Telephone Exchange" paper by Cy W. Yee 1994

Box 118, folder 3

Asian Yellow Pages: San Francisco & North Bay Area 1993

Box 118, folder 4

Lawrence Sinclair Jue Memoirs 1995

Box 118, folder 5

"Asian American Intermarriage and the Language of Assimilation" dissertation by Gin Yong Pang 1997

Box 118, folder 6

Surviving on the Gold Mountain book by Huping Ling 1998

Box 118, folder 7

"Subject Index, 1987-1999" compiled by Judy Yung in Chinese America History & Perspectives 1999

Box 118, folder 8

"Chinese Overseas: Challenges & Contributions" exhibit at UC Berkeley 2002

Box 118, folder 9

"Alice Fong: A Retrospective" 2007

Box 119, folder 1

"Fighting for Democracy: An Educator's Resource Guide" by Efthihia Daniels & Ann Du, National Center for the Preservation of Democracy 2008

Box 119, folder 2

"Crossing Boundaries: Asian & Pacific Islander Americans" booklet by Irene Dea Collier & Lora Meilin Collier, illustrated by Janine Macbeth 2010

Box 119, folder 3

Social Justice journal 2012

Box 119, folder 4

"Clement Chen Jr.: A Chronicle of His Life and Times" by June Chen 2015

Box 119, folder 5

"Boyhood Memories of the Wing Chun Laundry and Pacific Heights" by H. Robert Lee and Judy Yung in The Argonaut Volume 27, No. 1 2016

Box 119, folder 6

"Ethnic Images in the Comics" essays and exhibition catalog from the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies 1986

Box 120

Chinese Historical Society of America celebration, exhibit, and anniversary programs 1995-2013

Box 125, Box 126, Box 127

A/V and Born-Digital Materials

Box 129, othertype 2-3

Slides & Images

 

Series 17. Him Mark Lai Files 1925-2009

Biographical / Historical

Him Mark Lai (1925-2009) was the eldest child of parents who immigrated to America during the period of Chinese Exclusion. He was a scholar and activist considered the "Dean of Chinese American history", whose involvement in teaching established much of the groundwork for which Chinese America would be understood and the way in which further research would occur. Lai studied engineering in college and worked at Bechtel Power Corporation for thirty years, but he also had a lifelong interest in history, dedicating work and service to the Chinese American community.

Related Materials

The Him Mark Lai papers and research files at the Ethnic Studies Library of UC Berkeley consist of over 500 linear feet of material relating to his research, professional activities, writings, and personal papers. The Him Mark Lai papers at Stanford University's Special Collections and University Archives include materials about his family's history and his parents' immigration to the United States.

Scope and Contents

Series 17 includes materials about Judy Yung's colleague and collaborator Him Mark Lai. Included are research files about Lai's family history that Yung was assisting him with; oral histories of Lai; documents relating to Lai's memorial service in 2009; and correspondence about efforts to rename the Chinatown Branch Library after Lai following his death.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Lai, H. Mark
Box 121, Folder 1

Biographies

Box 121, folder 2

Lai Bing / Dong Shee Family History Files

Box 121, folder 3

East/West articles by Him Mark Lai 1967-1990

Box 121, folder 4

Book Talks

Box 121, folder 5

Speeches 2005-10-06

Box 121, folder 6

Interviews with Him Mark Lai conducted by Victor Nee, Judy Yung, and Ruthanne Lum McCunn 2001-2009

Box 121, folder 7

Lowe Interviews on Him Mark Lai

Box 121, folder 8

Chinatown Branch Library Dedication 2010

Box 121, folder 9

Tributes 2009

Box 121, folder 10

Photos

Box 125

"Him Mark Lai: Master Archivist" film by Felicia Lowe 2009

 

Series 18. UC Santa Cruz 1990-2004

Scope and Contents

Series 18 contains materials relating to Yung's teaching career at University of California, Santa Cruz, from 1990 to 2004. Files include course syllabi, lecture notes, and student papers, as well as drafts of her commencement speeches and papers relating to the American Studies program.
 

Courses

Box 122, folder 1

Introduction to Asian American Studies (American Studies 80C) Fall 2003

Box 122, folder 2

Mixed Race in America (American Studies 121C) Winter 2004

Box 122, folder 3

Chinese Americans: History, Politics & Culture (American Studies 127F) Spring 2004

Box 122, folder 4

Asian American Women (American Studies 127E) Spring 1999

Box 122, folder 5

Senior Seminar on Oral History (American Studies 190Y) Spring 2004

 

Lecture Topics and Notes

Box 122, folder 6

San Francisco Chinatown

Box 122, folder 7

Beauty Contests

Box 122, folder 8

Immigration

Box 122, folder 9

Asian Exclusion

Box 122, folder 10

Women, Family, and Community

Box 122, folder 11

War and Internment

Box 122, folder 12

Stereotypes

Box 122, folder 13

Political Empowerment

Box 122, folder 14

American Studies 1 Introductory Lectures

 

Student Work

Box 123, folder 2

"Beyond the Second Generation: The Complexities of Chinese American Identity at Cameron House" thesis by Jeffrey Alan Ow 1996

Box 123, folder 3

"Blood Orange Ambiguous" American Studies thesis by Janine Macbeth 2001

Box 123, folder 4

"The Life of Kee Ah Cum" thesis by Tamara M. Hom 2004

Box 122, Folder 15

American Studies Program

Box 122, Folder 16

Margaret Liu Collins

Box 122, Folder 17

UCSC Talks on California Women

Box 123, Folder 1

Graduation and Commencement Speeches 2004-2012

Box 123, Folder 5

Angel Island Field Trip - Photos by George Lee