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Event photographs for the Chicago's Families: Rites of Passage exhibit opening at Chinese American Museum of Chicago.

Yixing medium brown clay teapot in shape of a gourd, with peanuts vining around the handle and rat on the lid

Yixing dark brown oval clay teapot with high-relief painted peaches and square handle imitating twigs.

Oval shaped teapot made of puddingstone; Chinese character shou [long life] carved into lid.

Small porcelain plate from one of Chicago’s first and finest Chinese restaurants, King Joy Lo, located in the original Chicago Chinatown at 57 West Randolph Street. Built and furnished with Chinese décor, the elegant 3-floor restaurant cost $125,000…
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