This section includes literature by Asian American authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of Asian American political and cultural organizations. We stock many out-of-print Asian American immigrant publications in Asian languages.
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Berkeley: Campus Theatre, [1935-?]. 4 panel program with photos of the dancer on front and rear covers, later handbill-program for a Rockridge Choral appearance printed both sides laid-in. This playbill is most likely pre-1937 as Ms. Chew appeared in the film of "The Good Earth" that year and it is.....
Berkeley: Campus Theatre, [1935-?]. 4 panel program with photos of the dancer on front and rear covers, light handling wear, small edge chip to rear panel. This playbill is most likely pre-1937 as Ms. Chew appeared in the film of "The Good Earth" that year and it is not mentioned.....
San Marino, CA: World Buddhist Textbook Center / Buddhist Tripitaka Foundation, 2011. 119p., wraps, inscribed in Chinese by Chiang, text in Chinese and English. Poems by 100 Zen masters, with commentary. Chiang is the president of the Buddhist Tripitaka Foundation in southern California.
San Francisco: the Post, 1975. 7.5x10 inch program, glossy stiff red cover with a Ding cauldron pictured in color. Thirtieth anniversary of the inauguration of the post, here VFW [Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States] Chinatown post no. 4618. Text lists VF W officers for 1975-76, names of.....
Oakland: the Center, 1989. Approximately 12x10 inch certificate with appointee's name filled out in Chinese (the English side left blank). His name in Mandarin would be pronounced Wu Decheng. Very good. Also included are two other certificates for the same individual from local KMT-related organizations, both with stains.