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Part of Victoria's Chinatown
Part of Victoria's Chinatown
The altar of a Chinese Joss house; said to be the palace of the saints; at the Chinese Benevolent Association, Victoria
The altar of a Chinese Joss house; said to be the palace of the saints; at the Chinese Benevolent Association, Victoria
Looking north at the Chinese arch erected on Store Street and Cormorant, now Pandora Avenue, for the visit of the Governor General, the Marquess of Lorne, and Princess Louise.
Looking north at the Chinese arch erected on Store Street and Cormorant, now Pandora Avenue, for the visit of the Governor General, the Marquess of Lorne, and Princess Louise.
Chinese arch on Store Street, Victoria; erected for the visit of the Governor General, the Marquess of Lorne
Chinese arch on Store Street, Victoria; erected for the visit of the Governor General, the Marquess of Lorne
Interior of a Joss House, Chinatown, Victoria
Interior of a Joss House, Chinatown, Victoria
Interior of a Chinese Joss House, Victoria
Interior of a Chinese Joss House, Victoria
Chinese children on the sidewalk on Fisgard Street; Chinese new year; Victoria
Chinese children on the sidewalk on Fisgard Street; Chinese new year; Victoria
[Lee Mong Kow's family in Victoria]
[Lee Mong Kow's family in Victoria]
Victoria; Victory Loan Float F.O.E.
Victoria; Victory Loan Float F.O.E.