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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
DescriptionA death certificate for Horentio Bay, who died at the Civil Hospital of Our Lady of Mercy in Havana. He died from tuberculosis and was buried in the general cemetery.
DescriptionThis is a labor contract that was shared between Higiorio, a Chinese settler, and his owner, Pedro del Campo; the term of the contract was for one year. 1866.
A contract between Domingo, a Chinese settler, and Pedro J. Garcia. The contract was to last for a year and lists the legal requirements of both the employee and the employer. Notes that Domingo completed a contract with Pedro J. Garcia previously. Contract signed by Pedro J. Garcia, Domingo, and the governor. Signed in Chinese.
DescriptionA contract between Carlos, a Chinese immigrant and Jose Oteza. The contract was to last for a year and lists the legal requirements of both the employee and the employer. Contract signed by Jose Manuel Gonzales, Carlos, and the governor.
DescriptionIdentity card for foreigners, issued to Wing Git Wong, born in 1917. He entered Cuba in 1948 and became a permanent resident. His parents names are listed and he is said to reside in Soltero
DescriptionA death certificate for Andres, a Chinese immigrant from Soltero. He died in the Royal Hospital in San Felipe y Santiago from pulmonary problems.
DescriptionA death certificate for Marcelino Pelayo, a Chinese immigrant from Soltero. He died in the Royal Hospital in San Felipe y Santiago from tuberculosis.
DescriptionA death certificate for Marcial, a Chinese immigrant from soltero. He died in the Royal Hospital in San Felipe y Santiago.
DescriptionDeath certificate for Jose Amuy, who was originally from Soltero. He died from pulmonary problems at the Royal Hospital in San Felipe y Santiago. It was signed by Enrique Lourtia.
DescriptionCedula or identification card for Toribio, a Chinese settler. He was originally from Soltero and is in the process of of fulfilling a contract with a Cuban landowner. 1869.