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Lim Li Bang fonds With digital objects
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952 Queen's Street, Lim Bang's residence (corner of Vancouver)
952 Queen's Street, Lim Bang's residence (corner of Vancouver)
Chinese Arch, Royal visit Sept. 7, 1912
Chinese Arch, Royal visit Sept. 7, 1912
Chinese politician said by Lim Bang to have been killed in Chinatown
Chinese politician said by Lim Bang to have been killed in Chinatown
Executive members of the Chinese Public School Board.  Lim Bang, seated
Executive members of the Chinese Public School Board. Lim Bang, seated
Family of Lim Dat Chor.  Lim Tong Shee (Lim Bangs mother) seated centre, Lim Bang behind her.
Family of Lim Dat Chor. Lim Tong Shee (Lim Bangs mother) seated centre, Lim Bang behind her.
Gim Fuk Yuen Company, General Merchants located on Government Street
Gim Fuk Yuen Company, General Merchants located on Government Street
Lim Bang
Lim Bang
Lim Bang in a carriage pulled by his horse "Uncle Dick"
Lim Bang in a carriage pulled by his horse "Uncle Dick"
Lim Bang's family at their residence at 952 Queen's Avenue.  Children are Rose, Violet (Diin), Go...
Lim Bang's family at their residence at 952 Queen's Avenue. Children are Rose, Violet (Diin), Gore and son Fay
Lim Bang, top row, centre in the Victoria Chinese branch of the Bank of Vancouver with employees ...
Lim Bang, top row, centre in the Victoria Chinese branch of the Bank of Vancouver with employees and some members of his family
Lim Dat Chor (Lim Bang's father)
Lim Dat Chor (Lim Bang's father)
Lim Dat Chor (Lim Bang's father)
Lim Dat Chor (Lim Bang's father)
Lim family. L to R: (back) Violet (Diin) Lim, Gore Lim (centre) Rose Lim, Lim Bang, Fay (son),?, ...
Lim family. L to R: (back) Violet (Diin) Lim, Gore Lim (centre) Rose Lim, Lim Bang, Fay (son),?, (front) Mrs. Lim Ng Shee
Medal authorized by the Empress of China and presented to Lim Bang by the great Chinese diplomat ...
Medal authorized by the Empress of China and presented to Lim Bang by the great Chinese diplomat Li Hing Chang in appreciation for his hospitality during a visit in 1896
Tennis group on Lim Bang's private tennis court next to his house at 952 Queens Avenue
Tennis group on Lim Bang's private tennis court next to his house at 952 Queens Avenue
Tinted print of Lim Bang in a carriage pulled by his horse "Uncle Dick"
Tinted print of Lim Bang in a carriage pulled by his horse "Uncle Dick"