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In the face of racial hostility and discrimination, Chinese immigrant restaurateurs and community leaders in San Francisco, in addition to satisfying the appetites and social needs of their fellow immigrants, employed a variety of strategies to draw a desirable class of white patrons and, at the...
Excerpts from three oral-history transcripts describe life, people, and places in the agricultural era of the San Fernando Valley, 1860s–1930s. The recorded memories of Catherine Hubbard Dace, Anna Margaret (“Queenie”) Billings, and Jessie Grey Murphy contain common themes that flesh out the...
This article looks at restaurants as urban forms of public space in which ethnic entrepreneurs act as place-makers. The author highlights El Nayarit, a Mexican restaurant in the Echo Park section of Los Angeles, from 1947 to the present, as a nucleus of a community where racial, ethnic, class,...
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