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Two of Louie Chung's children, Hazel (雷有蘭) on left and Edward (雷有亢) on right, pose for a photograph in their attire for the Chinese Baby contest at the Portland Rose Festival, 1916. Photo courtesy of the collection of Jack Lee and Hazel Lee.

Type: Panel Discussion, Partner Event     Series: OHQ on the Road

Oregon’s Early Chinese American History and Portland’s Louie Chung

Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Ave
Portland, Oregon 97205

  • Free
  • Teachers
  • Researchers
Loi Tai, who was known as Jennie Wah Chung (right), plays dress-up with a friend in about 1905. This photograph was likely taken in Wong Quon Sue and Jin Shee’s home in Ashland. Photo courtesy Southern Oregon Historical Society.

Type: Panel Discussion     Series: OHQ on the Road

Bona Fide Merchants and the Buck Rock Tunnel: Chinese Diaspora in Southern Oregon

Grizzly Peak Winery
1600 E Nevada St.
Ashland, Oregon 97520

  • Free
  • Researchers
Canyon City circa 1880, with Chinatown at center foreground. OHS Research Library, OrHi 3867.

Type: Panel Discussion     Series: OHQ on the Road

Uncovering the History of Chinese Mining in Eastern Oregon

Canyon City Community Hall
123 S. Washington Street
Canyon City, Oregon 97820

  • Free
  • Researchers
Pi Fen Len, Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett, and Zhen Yuan stand in front of the recently recovered funerary table on April 5, 2018, in Salem’s Pioneer Cemetery during Salem’s Qingming festival. Photo courtesy of Kimberli Fitzgerald.

Type: Panel Discussion     Series: OHQ on the Road

Searching for Salem’s Early Chinese Community

Willamette Heritage Center
1313 Mill Street SE
Suite 200
Salem, Oregon 97301

  • Free
  • Researchers