This broadside contains the inscription: "The Chinese Must Go! Mayor Weisbach has called a mass meeting for this (Saturday) evening at 7:30 o'clock at Alpha Opera House to consider the Chinese question. TURN OUT. WSHS 1903.1.4
Single page, single-sided broadside by the Tacoma Anti-Chinese Committee announcing a mass meeting on June 3rd, 1885 at the Alpha Opera House. At the meeting "Able speakers will address the citizens of Tacoma on the Chinese question. Also the Committee on the habits and modes of living of the Chinese will make a full report of their labor, and submit a plan of organization for the action of the citizens." Edward N. Fuller ephemera collection. WSHS 1903.1.12.
This handbill was created to discourage the employment of Chinese people in Tacoma. WSHS 1903.1.48.
October 11, 1885 handbill
From Seattle Anti-Chinese riots in 1885. Meeting held at Yesler's Hall. Note in Fuller's hand noting Knights of Labor chalk inscription on Tacoma sidewalk. An advertising sticker attached : ''Smoke Konigsberger, Falk & Mayer's Kree--5-cent--Kree best cigar. White International Labor Union!!!'' Edward N. Fuller collection. WSHS 1903.1.50.
1886 election handout
Single sheet election handout created by Tacoma Republicans in 1886. It lists candidates for office (Thomas L. Nixon, A.B. Butler, John MacClellan, C.M. Easterday, and John Murray) and declaration of principles including anti-Chinese sentiments. WSHS 1903.1.145.