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- Member of: Chinese Immigrants in Cuba: Documents From the James and Ana Melikian Collection
Relates that several Chinese settlers were granted permanent residency in Cuba after meeting the legal requirements. Most of the document is a list of the settlers who received their residency.
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 letter from Francisco Changsoy and Jorge F. Hands, the President and the Secretary of the Delegation of Guantanamo. 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.
Report detailing a meeting of the Kuo Min Tang, concerning the books and papers of the association, the results of the annual election, and other possessions of the group.
Details the election roll of the Kuo Ming Tang's leadership election in 1954, sent to the Provincial Government of Oriente. Listed are the names of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Vice Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer, and Speakers.
Balance sheet for the Association of the Chinese settlers. It includes the income, spending, and net worth of the group. Signed by the President, Treasurer, and Secretary of the group. Sent to the Provincial Government of Oriente.
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.
Report detailing a meeting of the Hoy Yin Kong Sol, concerning the general character of the organization in which the members proposes, discussed, and voted on new rules for the organization. Elections for officer positions were also held, electing the president, vice president, treasurer, vice treasurer, the secretary, the vice secretary, and then the speakers. This group is also part of the larger social society, the Provincial Government of Oriente.