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Title
United States of America Certificate of Residence for Hong Sing
Date Created and/or Issued
1894/04/23
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
Collection
History San Jose Online Catalog
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Description
Issued to Chinese Laborer, under the provisions of the Act of May 5, 1892 [Geary Act], certifying that Hong Sing, a Chinese Laborer, now residing at San Jose, has made application No. 1587 to me for a Certificate of Residence, under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved May 5, 1892, and I certify that it appears from the affidavits of witnesses submitted with said application that said Hong SIng was within the limits of the United States at the time of the passage of said Act, and was then residing at San Jose, and that he was at that time lawfully entitled to remain in the United States, and that the following is a descriptive list of said Chinese Laborer viz.: Name: Hong Sing Age: 48 Local Residence: S. Market, San Jose Occupation: Laundryman Height: 5' 5" Color of eyes: Dark Brown Complexion: Dark Physical Marks of Peculiarities for Identification: [?] on right side forehead [pit?] mark on [left] eyebrow And as a further means of identification I have affixed hereto a photographic likeness of said Hong SIng. Signed in San Jose, by the Collector of Internal Revenue for the First District of California.
Identifier
FCE15188-579C-479A-BBC0-451475842823
1965-1-38
Subject
Chinese--United States--History (LCSH)
Discrimination
Laborers
Laundries (LCSH)
Men
Nineteenth century (LCSH)

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