File FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 12 File 44.4) - Photos of Frank and family

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Photos of Frank and family

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FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 12 File 44.4)

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  • 1952- (Creation)

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133 photos.

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  1. 133 family photos of stories living in Canada:
    photo 1: (black and white) Frank came to Canada on 27 October 1952.
    photo 2-4: (black and white) Frank's mother leaving for Canada, taking photos with her sisters, family and friends.
    photo 5-6: (black and white) Chinese Youth club (华青) events in 1957.
    photo 7: (colour) Chinese volleyball team in 1955.
    photo 8-9: (black and white) Frank working as a deliveryman at Market Garden (wholesale) in Saint Alberta.
    photo 10-11: (black and white) Lynn Gee (Frank's wife) with their first son in 1956.
    photo 12-24: (colour) Frank's five sons growing up in Edmonton.
    photo 25: (black and white) Lynn Gee's sister when she was in Hong Kong.
    photo 26-27: (colour) Frank's grandfather and grandmother visit Edmonton from U.S.A.
    photo 28: (colour) Lynn Gee and Frank's mother at their Norwood Meat & Grocery Store. It opened in 1965 for more than 20 years. It was the second largest Chinese grocery store in Edmonton.
    photo 29: (black and white) Frank's own ship.
    photo 30: (colour) Frank at his fifth son's graduation ceremony.
    photo 31: (colour) Frank's fifth son with his wife.
    photo 32-33: (colour) Frank's fifth son, his wife and their daughter.
    photo 34-35: (colour) Family photos after Frank's first son's wedding ceremony.
    photo 36-38: (colour) Frank's third son's wedding.
    photo 39-73: (colour) Frank's fourth son's wedding party.
    photo 74-75: (colour) Frank hosting Jimmy Gin's son's wedding party. Jimmy Gin's son married with Fan Fang's daughter. The plaques with best wishes for their marriage were made by gold.
    photo 76-89: (colour) Frank's mom's birthday party and family events with her great grandchildren.
    photo 90-96: (colour) Frank and Lynn and their grand children.
    photo 97: (colour) Frank's third daughter in law preparing the worship ceremony.
    photo 98-102: (colour) Frank's grand children.
    photo 103-105: (colour) Frank's sister and Lynn's sister's family coming for visit from New Zealand.
    photo 106: (colour) Frank's brother and his daughter in the middle with relatives.
    photos 107: (colour) 2 photos with friends and relatives.
    photo 108: (colour) Frank and Lynn with friends and relatives.
    photo 109-116: (colour) Visiting relatives in New Zealand.
    photo 117-118: (colour) Visiting Sydney, Australia.
    photo 119-123: (colour) Family in Montreal.
    photo 124-130: (colour) Frank and Lynn visiting Vancouver.
    photo 131-132: (colour) Visiting United States.
    photo 133: (colour) Group photo with relatives in L.A.

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