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Various documents; 46 photos.
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- A Dominion of Canada of Head Tax Certificate (C.I.5) dated 22 January 1919 for Mah, Leng Wing (马亮荣 in China, changed to 马恒察 in Canada).
- Pon Sha Mah's (盘翠萍) certificate of Canadian Citizenship on 21 February 1958.
- Two Liberty Bonds ($50 Chinese money) with No. 0317128 and 0317129 in 1937 (to against Japanese invasion).
- Two 27th year Gold Loans (one is $5 US dollars, the other is $10 US dollars) of the republic of China in 1938.
- Aviation Liberty Bond ( to against Japanese Invasion), with an envelope from Chinese Consulate General in Ottawa on 4 May 1941.
- 10 of Chinese $1000 term de[posit receipts issued on 21 January 1941 and another 2 issued on 28 February 1941.
- A $15,000 bank saving deposit of Bank of China in 1943.
- 马恒察 received Jean Mah (马爱珍)'s beauty pageant champion photo as a gift in March 1958.
- The special issue of the fifth reunion of Mah society in 1970 in North America with Mah society history introduction.
- Pon Sha Mah's acknowledgement of application for Social Insurance Number on 15 April 1991.
- Mah Leng's a declaration of trust with Stockton Oil Syndicate No.2.
- A letter of notification to the investors on 8 July 1953.
- A report of Stockton Syndicate No.2 from its Trustee with an envelope on 29 August 1953.
- An envelope with stamps on 30 September 1966 (without content inside).
- 3 envelopes of print photos in 1950s' or 1960's.
- 46 photos:
photo 1: Celebration of 89th anniversary of Chinese Dramatic Club (點問頓警世鐘劇社) on 21 May 2006 at ECMCC.
photo 2-3: Photos of performances.
photo 4-7: Susan Mah and Edward Chu (朱荣来) performances for 90th anniversary of Chinese Dramatic Club celebration on 20 May 2007 at ECMCC (wrong date on the photos).
photo 8-10: Edmonton Chinese Dramatic Club of Canada (點問頓警世鐘劇社) in Calgary with Calgary Cando Music Society (卡加利金紫英音樂社) performed for seniors on 31 August 2008.
photo 11: (black and white) 张超 "paper son" of Mah, Leng Wing.
photo 12: (black and white) "paper son" 张超, at Canadian and American boarder in Niagara Fall.
A page of Susan's background study on "paper sons".
photo 13: (black and white) Ken's sister Pon Mary Mah (马佩新) (马恒察went back to China in 1935 or 1936 built a big new house, and at that time, Mary was born the same time when the new house was finished. So, named her 佩新, for the new house accomplishment.
photo 14: (black and white) Family photo in 1954 or 1955.
photo 15-16: (black and white) Ken's sister Mary (马佩新) married Jack Pon (盘钧卓) in 1953 or 1954 after engagement.
photo 17-18: (black and white) Mary Mah (马佩新) and Jack Pon (盘钧卓) marriage ceremony on 8 August 1954 at Chinese United Church.
photo 19-21: (black and white) Mary and Jack Pon's wedding banquet at New World Café (新世界).
photo 22: (black and white) Ken standing in front of Jack's dad's car. Jack heard about a Chinese girl in Drumheller, so his family came from Edmonton to Drumheller to see Mary and proposed to her in 1952 or 1953.
photo 23: (black and white) Drumheller in 1952. Mary Mah in the parade, only Chinese girl in the whole town of Drumheller.
photo 24-25: (black and white) Ken, his parents and relatives in March, 1955. From left to right: 马锡添? , Ken's mom, dad, and Ken.
photo 26: (black and white) At Drumheller's Chinese restaurant in 1951. From left to right: 盘翠萍, 马恒磊, Ken, Ken's dad (马恒察), Ken's sister Mary (马佩新).
photo 27: (black and white) Ken's dad (马恒察) at Drumheller café in 1950s.
photo 28: (black and white) Ken, Ken's mom and dad, and his nephew.
photo 29: (black and white) Ken's brother in law Jack Pon in 1950s.
photo 30: (black and white) Ken's sister Mary cooking at their home - a grocery store in 1950s.
photo 31: (black and white) Mary at their grocery store at 95 St & 107 Ave.
photo 32: (black and white) Jack Pon and his son.
photo 33: (black and white) family photo on Edmond Pon (盘汉文)'s birthday in 1958. Jack, Mary, Edmond, Jack's mom, Jack's dad, (盘利隆), Donald Pon.
photo 34: (black and white) Jack's family and Mary's family.
photo 35: (black and white) Mary, Jack and their son.
photo 36: (black and white) Mary Pon's son, her mother and father in law.
photo 37: Jack's two kids.
photo 38-39: Mr. Pon (Ken's mom's brother) and his family in 1950s.
photo 40-46: Family photos, some at the front door of their house at 11941-83 street.
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