Julia Kwong:

An Inventory of her papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Wendy Prystenski
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
331 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2N2
(2016)

Finding aid encoded by Natalie Vielfaure (2016)
Finding aid written in English.



Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
331 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2N2

Creator:
Julia Kwong

Title:
Julia Kwong fonds

Dates:

Quantity:

Identification:
MSS 233 (A2006-007)


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Biography of Julia Kwong

Julia Kwong was born in Hong Kong in 1946 and earned a B.A. from the University of Hong Kong in 1967. She received a M.Ed. from the University of Alberta in 1972 and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in 1976. Kwong is a Distinguished Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of Manitoba. In addition to monographs on education and political corruption in China, she co-authored with Gunter Baureiss, The History of the Chinese Community of Winnipeg in 1979. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 2003.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The fonds consist primarily of photocopies, clippings, photographs, negatives, research papers, newsletters and directories relating to the history of Chinese Canadians and Chinese communities in Manitoba. Included are taped and transcribed interviews of Manitoba residents of Chinese ancestry. These materials were collected by Julia Kwong during her research for the Manitoba Chinese Historical Society. Also included are typescripts and correspondence relating to Kwong’s other works.

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Arrangement of the Papers

This collection is arranged

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Restrictions on Access

There are no restrictions on access

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Restrictions on Use

There are no restrictions on use.

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Related Materials

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Custodial History

The fonds were donated to the Archives and Special Collections by Julia Kwong in 2006.

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Other Finding Aids

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Textual Material []

BoxFolder
11 Typescript: Manitoba Chinese: Their Immigration and Adaptation to Their New Home.
2 Chinese in Canada – History
3 Chinese history
4 Photocopy of Chinese reader
5 Infringement with law
6 Chinese victims of crime
7 Stereotype and discrimination
8 Chinese Canadian Association
9 Refugee question
10 Chinese effort to fight Japanese
11 Anti-Communist feeling
12 Misc. Winnipeg Free Press clippings re: Chinese Community
13 Nationalist League
14 Winnipeg Chinatown – photos and negatives
15 3 photos of Winnipeg’s Dynasty Building, n.d.
16 Photos of visit to China 1989
17 Various photos, n.d.
18 Various photos, n.d.
19 Various negatives, n.d.
20 Photos of various Nationalist Leave events, ca. 1930
BoxFolder
21 Winnipeg Chinatown
2 Chinese Masonic Lodge
3 Chinese Alliance Church
4 Chinese United Church
5 Chinese United Church (II)
6 Winnipeg Chinese Christian Fellowship
7 Mandarin Church
8 Chinese Fellowship
9 Chinese Ladies Club
10 Chinese YMCA
11 Kung Fu Club
12 Voluntary organizations
13 Chinese Academy
14 Institute of Language and Arts
15 Chinese Schools in Winnipeg
16 Chinese Dramatic Society
17 Gee How Oak Tin Association
18 U of M Chinese Student’s Association
19 Chinese Benevolent Society
20 Chinese Winnipeg – New Year’s celebrations
21 Centennial Celebration
22 Henderson Directory
BoxFolder
31 Typescripts, notes and correspondence
2 Photocopies of articles and reports
3 Miscellaneous articles
4 History-Winnipeg
5 A Survey on Chinese Education in Prairie Region. Manitoba Ad Hoc Committee on Chinese Education Studies, 1979
6 Structural Changes of Two Chinese Communities in Alberta Canada. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies Paper, 1976
BoxFolder
41 Chinese Times, 1914-1916
2 Chinese Times, 1917-1919
3 Chinese Times, 1920-1921
4 Chinese Times, 1922-1923
5 Chinese Times, 1924-1925
6 Chinese Times, 1926-1929
BoxFolder
51 Chinese Times, 1930-1936
2 Chinese Times, 1937-1938
3 Chinese Times, 1939-1942
4 Chinese Times, 1943-1947
5 Chinese Times, 1948-1950
6 Correspondence, re: In Search of Gold Mountain
7 Manitoba Chinese Canadian Ad Hoc Committee on Green Paper
BoxFolder
61 Interviews (I)
2 Interviews (II)

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Audiocassettes
MB Chinese Historical Society Project Interviews - Copies
BoxFolder
1 Sing, Wallace Arthur (copy)
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2 Kaan, David (Dr.) (copy)
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3 [no tape]
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4 Wong, Ken (1/2)
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5 Wong, Ken (2/2)
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6 Lee, Byng (copy)
BoxFolder
7 [no tape]
BoxFolder
8 Choy, Joe (Lee Hoy Chang) (copy)
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9 Yee, Fan (copy)
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10 [no tape]
BoxFolder
11 Fong, Pang Yee
BoxFolder
12 Mark, Inky (copy)
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13 Toy, Hughie (copy)
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14 Lee, Sam (1/2)
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15 Lee, Sam (2/2)
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16 Choy, Allen (copy)
BoxFolder
17 Choy, Chan Yook Hai (copy)
BoxFolder
18 Hillman, Sue-An Choy (copy)
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19 Mark, John (copy)
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20 Au, Janice (copy)
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21 Lee, Jean (copy)
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22 Liang, David (copy)
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23 Chun, Sun (copy)
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24 Lee, May Chun (copy)
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25 Mak, Tom
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26 Ahwng, Albert (Dr.) (copy)
BoxFolder
27 [no tape]
BoxFolder
28 Quon, Albert (copy)
BoxFolder
29 Mark, Winnie (copy)
BoxFolder
30 Hong, Ko Bing (copy)
BoxFolder
31 Deong Fon Ting (copy)
BoxFolder
32 Lee, Jim
BoxFolder
33 Ng, Fung Ling
BoxFolder
34 Wong, Danny
Other Interviews - Numbered Tapes
#1. Boo Fung #2. Yuen Seu Hong #3. Yong Son Wah #4. Mr. Sam Wong #5. Mr. Chuck Marr #6. Mrs. Esther Mark #7. Mr. Norman Lee
#7. Mr. Norman Lee (Cont’d.) #9. Mr. Kum King Yee #10. Mr. Sam Deere #11. Mr. Pang Yee Fong
#11. Mr. Pang Yee Fong (cont’d.) #12. Mr. Ho King
#12. Mr. Ho King (Review) #14. Mrs. Pang Yee Fong
#13. Mr. Chin Jip #15. Mr. Yee Boo Shing
#17. Mr. Henry Yuen., Review #5 Mr. Chuck Mar
#18. Mr. Lou Gim
Other Interviews - Un-numbered tapes
Rev. Goh
Rev. Chou
Mandarin Church
Tom Chang / Chinese Ladies Club

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