File FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 6 File 25) - Photos; letter of honored appointment; Chinese Ambassador's wishing message

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Photos; letter of honored appointment; Chinese Ambassador's wishing message

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FC 106 C5 C46 (Box 6 File 25)

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  • 1920s -1990 (Creation)

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Letter; handwritten message; printed materials; 44 photos.

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photo 1: (black and white) With Edmonton Chinese Sports Association, singing Cantonese opera in 1953-1954. From left: Ma Zhaohuan (马兆欢), Ma Zhuoqun (马卓群), Ken (盤鏡湖).
photo 2: (black and white) Practising. From right to left: Ma Zhaohuan (马兆欢), Ma Zhuoqun (马卓群), Ken (盤鏡湖).
photo 3: Performance of Edmonton Hua Qiao Music Club (华侨音乐社) in June 1975 at Victoria Composite High School. Ken (right) and Su Shaotang (苏少棠) (middle).
photo 4: Ken, Ma Jinyi (马金怡), Liang Xingbo (梁醒波), Ma Huanbiao (马焕标) in June 1975.
photo 5: Ken presenting a reward pennant to Su Shaotang (苏少棠) in June 1975.
photo 6: 马金怡 with 甄炳沾 presenting a reward pennant to 梁宝珠 in June 1975.
photo 7: front: Ken's wife Verna (middle), 念's wife, 森's wife. Back: 梁醒波, 梁宝珠, 罗艳卿, 苏少棠 in June 1975.
photo 8-9: Edmonton Chinese Freemason's Sports Club and Jin Wah Sing Musical Society (洪门体育会和振华声分社) in July 1976.
photo 10-11: 麦炳荣, 李香琴 in 1976.
photo 12: Ken presenting a reward pennant to ?
photo 13: Edmonton Hung Fung Athletic Club invited them, and they visited Mr. Pon in December 1976.
photo 14: 20 x 25.5 cm colored photograph, Edmonton Sound of Opera Society group photo.
photo 15: Edmonton Freemason Jin Wah Sing Musical Society performance to celebrate Chinese New Year in 1980s.
photo 16: Ken performing on 25 November 1990.
photo 17: Ken presenting a reward pennant to maestro 冯华 on 29 November 1990.
photo 18: 28 x 35 cm black and white photo mounted on foam board. Qun Feng club of LA of U.S. (美国洛杉矶群峰社) hosting the fourth volleyball open competition on 31 August, 1980 in LA. Qun Feng Club gave the photo as a gift to 群青B 队 (same as photo 52 of file 21) [Located in Oversize File].
photo 19: Group photo of celebrating Alberta Chinese News founded in 1980s.
photo 20: With Bill Diachuk (PC MLA 1971-1986) at celebration Chinese New Year party of Edmonton Freemason Da Quan Association in 1980s.
photo 21: With Henry Woo (MLA, Shirwood Park, 1979-1986) in 1980s.
photo 22: Group photo of Chinese Freemason's 26th Congress in Canada in 1980s.
photo 23: 20 x 25.5 cm hand tinned color photograph. Mr. and Mrs Pon. (Ken and Verna).
photo 24: 11.5 x 17 cm photograph in 18 x 22 cm board mat (window and backing are glued together), photograph and mat are enclosed in attached cardboard envelope. 旋风 athletic group photo.
photo 25: 11.5 x 17 cm photograph in 16 x 21.5 cm board mat (window and backing are glued together). Edmonton 旋風 and 振華聲athletic group photo.
photo 26: (black and white), 旋风 athletic members at 31st Annual Chinese Volleyball Tournament.
photo 27: (black and white) Ken was the chair of Edmonton Hua Qiao Music Club(华侨音乐社) with the volleyball team in 1974.
photo 28: (black and white) in Edmonton in September 1958.
photo 29: (black and white) at Elite Café (Chinese food restaurant) in Viking (south east of Edmonton). From left: Shirley, Ken's wife-Verna, William, Lucy. February 1965.
photo 30: (black and white) in the Café in October 1964.
photo 31: (black and white) in front of the restaurant in November 1964.
photo 32: (black and white) in the kitchen of the restaurant in January 1965.
photo 33: (black and white) in the kitchen of the restaurant in January 1965.
photo 34: (black and white) outside at the back of the restaurant in May 1965.
photo 35: 9 x 11 cm hand tinned colored photograph. Ken's wife Verna at their grocery store in 1960s.
photo 36: 9 s 11 cm hand tinned colored photograph. Verna's mom, old sister and Verna at the grocery store in 1960s.
photo 37: 20 s 25 cm (black and white) photograph. Verna's parents with families. Front, left: Verna's mom, right: Verna's dad.
photo 38: 6 s 8 cm (black and white) photograph. Verna's dad when he was a teenager.
photo 39: 9 s 14 cm (black and white) photograph taken at Baisha (白沙) Studio. Left: Verna, her oldest brother and second older brother.
photo 40: 10 x 15 cm (black and white) photograph. Verna and second older brother with the oldest brother's two kids.
photo 41: "Looking for the root". Verna's family old house at Baisha (白沙) in 1987.
photo 42: "Looking for the root". Ken's family old house partially fallen at (白沙) Baisha in 1987.
photo 43: "Looking for the root". In front of 白沙公祠 in 1987.
photo 44: "Looking for the root". 白沙公祠 and nearby building in 1987.
45: Letter of honored appointment for Ken Pon (盤鏡湖) to be a consultant of the fourth reunion of Taishan Immigration in Canada on 1 September 1984.
46:Chinese Ambassador Wen Yezhan's (温業湛) handwritten well-wishing message to Chinese Freemason on 28 June 1991. Ken 47: 3 pages printed material about Chinese Freemason Daquan association, its history and its contributions.
48: 1 page printed material about Chinese Freemason Daquan association.

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