In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes about his difficulty finding a room in Washington D.C., he also learns that he only needs one year of residence to complete his Master's degree at Harvard, and that his friend is not someone that he wants to marry. Fong Lee Wong plans to stay in Washington, D.C. until it is time to start Harvard summer school.
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong expresses his sorrow that Laura M. Bragg had been ill. He writes none of the expected Chinese students are going to attend The Citadel. He met his female friend in Chicago, IL. He learns Chia Mei may be in aviator school and he expects to return on the twenty-first, signing his letter, "Little Captain."
In this two page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes of his changed arrival date and his plans to stay in Washington, D.C. to help his friend register at George Washington University. He writes he saw Chia Mei.
In this two page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes of seeing Chia Mei and his female friend, Yah Chuan. He writes of not finding a gift he felt was good for her. They plan to study in the Library of Congress.
Fotografía en color de Mario Puga, Alma López y su hijo Edgar, en frente de la Casa Blanca. La joven pareja estaba en Washington en un reunión nacional representando a Rural Mission Head Start. / Color photograph of Mario Puga, Alma Lopez and their baby son, Edgar, standing up in front of the White House. The young couple was in Washington D.C. representing the Rural Mission Head Start Program in a national meeting.
Fotografía en color de Diana Salazar, sus padres Maria T. Salazar y Francisco Salazar y Emma Lozano en Washington DC. Se encontraban allí para participar en una marcha por los derechos de los immigrantes. / Color photograph of Diana Salazar and her parents Maria T. Salazar and Francisco Salazar Martinez with Emma Lozano in Washington, D.C. for an immigrants rights march.
Fotografía en color de Diana Salazar, su madre Maria T. Salazar y un fotógrafo del periódico Post and Courier. La foto fue tomada momentos antes de que las mujeres iniciaran su viaje a Washington DC para participar en una marcha de inmigrantes a la que fueron invitadas por Emma Lozano, reconocida activista del área de Chicago. / Color photograph of Diana Salazar, her mother Maria T. Salazar and Post and Courier photographer. The photo was taken just before the women initiated their trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in an Immigrants March. They were invited by Emma Lozano, an activist from the Chicago area.