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Guide to the Yoshio Kishi and Irene Yah-Ling Sun Collection
1860-2010
 MSS 292

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Collection processed by Emily Chu, Lawrence Giffin, and Laura Newsome. Finding aid created by Laura Newsome, 2012.

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Creator: Kishi, Yoshio
Creator: Yah-Ling, Irene
Title: Yoshio Kishi and Irene Yah-Ling Sun Collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1860-2011
Abstract: Yoshio Kishi was an award-winning New York City-based film and sound editor. For four decades, Kishi has been an avid collector of materials that trace the depiction of Asian Americans in U.S. intellectual and popular culture, and of materials produced by Asian American activists to counter such cultural stereotypes. This collection contains movie posters, magazines, cartoons, comic books, films, sheet music, objects, and other items collected by Kishi that depict Asians and Asian Americans throughout the 19th and 20th centuries in America.
Quantity: 86.0 boxes
Call Phrase: MSS 292