- All Subjects: First Contract
- All Subjects: letter
- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
- Resource Type: Text
This is a letter from Peter Tan to the administrator of Kwong Wah Po (Guanghua newspaper). With an attached check of 20 Canadian dollars, Tan expressed his willing of subscribing to Guanghua Newspaper.
This is a series of documents written in Chinese and Spanish, including a deposit certificate from Bank of China and an inviting letter to Chinese naval staff for a banquet. Other two welcome letters from Havana tobacco company to the Chinese naval are also included.
This is a first labor contract that was signed by a young Chinese settler named Yong Wong, in which he agreed to leave China and relocate to Cuba where he would be required to work as an indentured servant for eight years. On the second page, Rafael R. Torices states that the contract was transferred to Juan Peiral on December 1, 1856 and then again to José Cria on January 4 of an unknown year. Originally signed in 1856.
A daughter-in-law sent a letter to her father-in-law. She hoped he could send her a letter to let her know whether his lift was good or not so she no need to worry about it.