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“Left to right are Mrs. William Yen, Mrs. Shong Lee, teacher Mrs. Allen Duncan, Miss Pinky Lum, Mrs. Joe Eng, Mrs. Gum Eng and Mrs. Gum Lee. In the background are Mrs. J S. Roe and Mrs. R. J. Con.” Source: Stenton, Jean E. “Sudbury Chinese Worn En have Active Group.” The Globe and Mail (1936-Current): 12. Dec 16 1958. ProQuest. Web. 20 Mar. 2015 .

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WOMEN’S Group in Sudbury

Chinese Women’s Group in Sudbury. Source: Jin Guo: Voices of Chinese Canadian Women. Toronto: Women’s, 1992. Print.

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The History of Chinatown Restaurants

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 846 Yonge Street

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 399 ½ Yonge Street (East side)

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 370 Yonge Street (West Side)

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 215 1/2 Queen Street East

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 263 Queen Street East

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The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 1120 1/2 Queen Street West

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