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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.
Report detailing a meeting of the Hoy Yin Kong Sol's Society of Instruction and Recreation, concerning the elections of the Guantanamo delegation in 1943. The next president of the delegation was to take an oath of loyalty to his delegation.
A contract between Enrique, a Chinese settler, and Juan, a Cuban landowner. The contract was to last for a year and lists the legal requirements for both the employee and the employer. Juan noted that Enrique completed a contract with Miguel Tabra previously. Juan was originally from Canton. Contract signed by Juan, Juan Gonzales, Carlos Gonzales. Signed by the settler in Chinese.
A contract between Fang-Achat, a Chinese settler, and L. Miguel Gonzalez. The contract does not state how long it was supposed to last, but it lists the legal requirements of both the employee and the employer. Contract signed by L. Miguel Gonzalez and two others, but not the settler. Also features the contract in Chinese.
A contract between Primo, a Chinese settler, and Manuel Cono. The contract was to last for a year and lists the legal requirements of both the employee and the employer. Manuel Cono noted that Primo completed a contract with D. Luis previously. Primo was originally from Amoy. Primo did not negotiation or sign the contract as the signature stipulates that someone else signed for him. Contract signed by Manuel Chao and Manuel Cono, who signed in Chinese.
A 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.
A death certificate for Joaquin Gonzalez, who died at the Civil Hospital of Our Lady of Mercy in Havana. He died from tuberculosis and was buried in the general cemetery.
The shipping records of Rosalia Hernandez. He records bringing workers from China to Cuba for a railway company.
These are the shipping records of Jose Fernandez y Nadal.
These are the shipping records of Joaquin Pedrero. He was bringing a shipment of immigrants from Cuba into port. The records are written as a letter to the governor.