Title:Materials relating to the Chinatown Coalition for Better Housing, 1972-1974
Creator/Contributor:Wang, L. Ling-chi, 1938-, creator, Collector
Creator/Contributor:Chinatown Coalition for Better Housing (San Francisco, Calif.)
Contains Chinatown Coalition for Better Housing correspondence, minutes, resolutions, agreements, development proposals, press
releases, environmental impact report, housing study, and newspaper clippings. Most of the printed materials relate to the
Redevelopment Project at Stockton and Sacramento Streets, San Francisco, California, which proposed to provide new housing
for low and moderate income households and space for Chinatown community activities. Also includes correspondence and newspaper
clippings in support of converting the Chinatown YMCA Residence Club to affordable housing.
Chinese Americans -- Housing -- California -- San Francisco
Chinese Americans -- California -- San Francisco
Housing development -- California -- San Francisco
Community development -- California -- San Francisco
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.) -- Buildings, structures, etc
The Chinatown Coalition for Better Housing, a non-profit organization, was formed to serve as the Chinatown community body
in support of the proposal to develop low and moderate income housing on the site at Stockton and Sacramento Streets and consisted
of individuals and representatives of organizations having interest in improving the housing situation in Chinatown.
English, with some Chinese.
Materials collected by L. Ling-chi Wang, Chair of the Ethnic Studies Department, and Professor of Asian American Studies and
Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of a news article within the collection regarding
1 box (.4 linear ft.)
AAS ARC 2000/67