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Chinatown Workers' festival, benefit for Lee Mah/Jungsai workers


Chinatown Workers' festival, benefit for Lee Mah/Jungsai workers


Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)--Social life and customs--Pictorial works
Chinese Americans--California--Chinatown (San Francisco)--Social life and customs


The poster features a drawing of a man and woman standing in front of a sewing machine. There is a lightning bolt-like shape that extends out from the tip of the needle to the bottom edge of the poster. The background is predominantly green, and the figures are rendered in black and white. The text states, "Chinatown Workers' Festival, Benefit for Lee Mah/ Jung Sai Workers, Sat. August 24, 7-9 PM, Chinese Culture Center (across the bridge from Portsmouth Sq.), musical and dance groups, skits, films, speakers, refreshments, childcare provided." There is both English and Chinese text. All text is written in black.


Dong, Jim


Kearny Street Workshop Archives, 1972-2002 (CEMA 33), Series IV, California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives, Department of Special Collections at the University of California, Santa Barbara Library


ca. 1973


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Open to researchers without restrictions

Physical Dimensions

18.5 x 16.25 in.



Dong, Jim, "Chinatown Workers' festival, benefit for Lee Mah/Jungsai workers," in Digital Collections, Item #4750, (accessed April 3, 2020).