“Children of High Class, Chinatown, San Francisco”
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“Children of High Class, Chinatown, San Francisco”
“Children of High Class, Chinatown, San Francisco”,(Original title by Genthe) The Chinese Six Companies, formed during the 1850s, was the most powerful organization in Chinatown. Its leaders were wealthy merchants who translated their economic good fortune into political power, dealing with city, state, and national governments regarding issues of immigration and persecution. photograph by Arnold Genthe, c.1896-1906
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