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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
The membership card of Damaso Lorenzo Fong for the Casino Chung Wah Association in Havana.
A letter from the Association of Chinese settlers to the Governor of the Province of Orient detailing when Casino Chong Wah registered to become an official organization in Oriente and when they received their official certificate, confirming their membership.
Election roll from the Casino Chung Wah's 1956 leadership election. It lists the names of the President, Secretary, Treasurer, and the Speakers.
This is a letter from the Secretary Correspondent in Spanish, J. Leon Aguila to the Governor of the Province of Oriente in Santiago. J. Leon Aguila works for Casino Chung Wah in Victoria de las Tunas. The letter contains information about new laws and the instructions pertaining to the new laws.
This is a balance sheet for the Casino Chung Wah's Society of Instruction and Recreation. It is based in Bayamo, Cuba in the Park of the Revolution. It shows the balance in the treasury for each month.
Letter from Felix Hung, the President of Casino Chung Wah's Bayamo delegation, to the Provincial Governor of the Provincial Government in Santiago.
Letter from Felix Hung, the President of the Casino Chung Wah, to the secretary of the Provincial Government of the Orient in Santiago. While not included in this document, the letter explains that Felix Hung was sending the Treasury Balance for Casino Chung Wah to the secretary.
This is the registry for Casino Chung Wah with the Provincial Government of the Orient. It lists the names of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Vice Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer, and the speakers for 1958 and 1958.
Balance sheet for the Association of Chinese Settlers, detailing income and expenses for one year. Sent to the Provincial Government of Oriente. It also lists that the Association of Chinese Settlers changed its name to Casino Chong Wah.
This is a work contract between Anaeleto, a Chinese immigrant working in Cuba and a company that builds roads. Anaeleto originally was from Laui-sin. The contract is signed by Anaeleto in Chinese, Manuel Borque, and the governor, Jose Lope.