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In 1959 the Los Angeles Chinatown Democratic Club was organized, being the first Chinese-American political club to be chartered in Southern California. The first president was Calvin Chang who appears in the center of the picture holding the Charter. From left to right are: Evelyn Benson, Lupe Gutierrez, Willington Kwan, May Louie, Tommy Enriquez, Clara Chinn, Calvin Chang, Phoebe Gee, Walter Chung, Dolores Wong, Billie Lew and Kwock Wing Louie
Alternative Title
El Pueblo Monument Photo Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument
El Pueblo Monument Photo Collection
Rights Information
This is not a Library Collection, it is hosted for El Pueblo. ; Researchers may view the collection at El Pueblo by appointment only. ; individuals or groups who purchase photographs must obtain use permission from the legal owner of the photograph. ; For further information and appointments contact 213-628-1274 or
Rights Holder and Contact
City of Los Angeles, El Pueblo Monument
Photographic prints
Los Angeles Chinatown Democratic Club
Calvin Chang
Evelyn Benson
Lupe Gutierrez
Willington Kwan
May Louie
Tommy Enriquez
Clara Chinn
Phoebe Gee
Walter Chung
Dolores Wong
Billie Lew
Kwock Wing Louie
Chinese American Collection
Judge Delbert Wong

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