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Place of creation
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Scope and content
Fonds consists of various certificates, including an immigration certificate, 22 December 1913; certificate, of appointment as an "authorized agent" of the Chinese Freemasons, by the Chee Kong Tong in Victoria, 15 August 1924; certificate, of appointment to "investigate and standardize" the Freemasons work in a building known as "the Temple of Peace"; certificate, of appointment by the Che Kung Tong in San Francisco, 1921; certificate, of appointment by the Che Kung Tong in Victoria, B.C., 1921; receipt for a donation of
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Biography / Administrative history
Mr. Tam, community organizer, arrived at Victoria, B.C., 8 August, 1899. He was later active with the Freemasons, in Victoria and San Francisco.
1. Yee Yee Tam - Freemasonry, 1924 Chee Kong Tong (Victoria, B.C.), 1924.
2. Victoria (B.C.) - Freemasonry, 1924 Che Kung Tong (San Francisco, Calif.), 1921.
3. Freemasons - Canada, n.d.
4. War bonds - China, [19-]
5. Canada - Emigration and immigration, 1913.
6. Freemasonry - Lodges, 1960.
7. Toronto (Ont.) - Freemasonry, 1960.
8. Chinese Canadians - Societies, etc. [19-]
9. Tongs (Secret societies) - Canada, 1924.
10. Tongs (Secret societies) - United States, 1921.
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