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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
- Status: Published
This is a letter concerning the balance sheet for the Association of Chinese Settlers' Bayamo delegation. It shows the expenses of the group for the year. Sent to the Provincial Government of Oriente.
An election roll from the Association of the Chinese Settlers' Bayamo delegation of the Society of Instruction and Recreation. It lists the President, Vice President, Secretary, Vice Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer, and speakers. Sent to the Provincial Government of Oriente.
A letter from the Association of Chinese Settlers' Association of Instruction and Recreation to the Provincial Governor of the Orient in Santiago. The letter states that the China Colony's Bayamo delegation would send its annual balance sheet, as dictated by the membership laws of the Provincial Government of the Orient.
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 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.
A letter from Guillermo Cuan and Mario Cuan, the President and the Secretary of the Delegation of Guantanamo to the Provincial Government of Oriente. It lists the President, Vice President, Secretary, the Vice Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice Treasurer.
Balance sheet for the Kuo Min Tang's Bayamo Delegation in 1946.
Second half of a letter from Felix Hung, the president of Kuo Min Tang. It concerns how the group wants to "rehabilitate" the delegation of Bayamo and how they want to be to be registered with the Provincial Government's Registry of Associations. This letter was addressed to the Civil Provincial Commissioner.