Damage done by the Asiatic Exclusion League to the store of K. Okada, 201 Powell Street
Damage done by the Asiatic Exclusion League to the store of K. Okada, 201 Powell Street.
8 Sep. 1907.
1 photograph : b&w ; of the damages done to the store of K. Okada of 201 Powell Street of Vancouver, BC. The photograph of the corner of the store shows that windows have been broken on the front and side of the building. The window on the left side has some text visible on the broken pane of glass that reads, "JAPA…" Below the window are two posters that show a man wearing a black top hat with text above and below that reads, "BOSTON / CIGAR." There is a man wearing a suit, tie, black cap, and a white collared shirt standing beside the front corner of the store. The man has his right hand in his pants pocket and his left hand in front of himself. Beside him is a broken window with text that reads, "K. Okada." The foreground of the image on the right side shows a boy standing in front of an electric pole. The boy is wearing a boater hat and is looking towards the photographer.
General Material Designation:
1 photograph : b&w ; 72 ppi.
Library and Archives Canada.
MIKAN no. 3193210 / C-023555.
Anti-Asian Riot, Vancouver, B.C., 1907
Storefronts-British Columbia-Vancouver-Powell Street.
- South Asian Studies Institute
- August 1, 2017
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