1961 SAN FRANCISCO CHINATOWN ON PARADE Pictures and Story SIGNED & INSCRIBED
SAN FRANCISCO CHINATOWN ON PARADE in PICTURES and STORY, edited by H. K. WONG.
Published by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco, 1961.
From the estate of Albert C. Lim, b.1909 d.1993. Albert C. Lim was a San Francisco Chinatown businessman, Chinatown store owner, and a pillar of the Chinatown community. He was on the Board of Directors of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce for many years, and on the Board of several Chinatown charities meant to better the lives of the people of Chinatown.
SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the editor H.K. WONG on the inside front cover to EVA LIM, who wrote one of the articles in the publication, and whose husband was Albert C. Lim.
Softcovers / Wrappers, staple bound, 6x9.25 inches, 108 pages.
GOOD condition, the cover folds are tender, one leaf consisting of pages 57/58 has a guitar pick size piece torn from its bottom edge affecting a few lines of text, there are a few small corner creases here and there, otherwise tight, bright, clean and clear.
Lots of interesting articles, including one by the author of Flower Drum Song telling how San Francisco Chinatown was the birthplace of the book.
SCARCE, especially so SIGNED and INSCRIBED.