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- Language: English
This is a savings account book for the Bank of China in Havana that belonged to Santiago Crespo A. A few bank transactions were documented on the first page of the booklet. Bank of China, Havana, Cuba- 1957
Mr. Fleet (a Hare) and Mr. Sloe (a Tortoise) in Starting Positions for the Race as Mr. Sett (a Badger) Holds a Piece of WoodCreated
Mr. Paddle (a Water-Rat), Mr. Brush (a Squirrel), Mrs. Warren (a Rabbit), Mr. Basket (a Dog), and Mr. Spiney (a Hedgehog) Listening to Mr. Sett (a Badger) Speak as He Sits On Mr. Sloe (a Tortoise)Created
This is a bank book from the Bank of China in Havana, Cuba, that belonged to a man named J. Chan. Havana,1958.
Oscar Fong, a Chinese immigrant born in Canton, was granted citizenship in Cuba. The Ministry of Foreign Relations's Doctor Armando Garcias Garagarza confirmed his citizenship. Fong's parents were named Fong Con Gan and and Chuey Si. Also features a small photo of Oscar Fong.
Josefa Lam Chang, a Chinese immigrant born in Canton, was granted citizenship in Cuba. The Ministry of Foreign Relations's Doctor Armando Garcias Garagarza confirmed her citizenship. Changs's parents were named Wong Fi Cho and Secci. Also features a small photo of Josefa Lam Chang.
Records for the ship, Messenger, which brought Chinese settlers from China to Cuba This is a list of causes of death of Chinese settlers aboard the ship on its trip from Macao to Havana. Written in English.