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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
The cedula, or identity card, for Belen Anchin, a Chinese immigrant working in Cuba. She lived in the province of Matanzas, in the town of Cidra. Originally from Canton. This card lists Belen Anchin's current profession and place of residence.
The cedula or identity card for Cesares, a Chinese immigrant working in Cuba. He worked for Jesus Alalli.
Shipping records of Torices, Puentes y Co. regarding the ships they contracted to bring Chinese settlers from China to Cuba to work. Includes letters from captains of some of these ships detailing to the government their contracts with Torices, Puente y Co.
Justino Campbell transferred his contracts with several Chinese settlers in Cardenas and Matanzas to the Superior Civil Government so that these workers may obtain their cedulas or personal identity cards.
Several letters written by Julis Eng Chong and there were three people who received these letters. They were living in Guangdong Province at that time.
Letter written to Ramon Wong. At the beginning the writer thanks for Mr. Wong's help. After that, he hoped that Ramon Wong could drive his uncles to the airport so that they could go back to Hong Kong safely.
The Union Family Benevolent Association Inc sent the Huang Clan Association of Jiangxia in Cuba an invitation to participate the sociable party. However, the representative of the latter said as the circumstance did not allow them to go. So they could only reject this invitation. But at the end, they also hope the party will be held successfully.
A letter written by a younger sister in Hong Kong. She wrote this letter to her older brother who lived in Cuba and to asked whether he was safe or not since she did not receive his letter and she was very worried about that. She hope that her brother would send her a letter after receiving this letter.
A letter written by a daughter lived in Hong Kong to her father in Cuba. She complained her mother-in-law did not treat her well or fairly, even she was filial. So she hoped her father would come back and save her.
A younger brother sent a letter to his sister. He mentioned that he did not receive the reply of his sister and was afraid the letter was missed. So he hoped if his sister received it, please sent a letter to let him knew.