San Francisco, California, Chinatown, c1925

By 1925, the oldest Chinatown in North America had established its own Chamber of Commerce, public library and hospital. Despite the community�s successes, however, the Chinese were not allowed to become citizens due to the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, and children were forbidden to speak Chinese at the one school they could attend. The act would not be repealed until 1943.

San Francisco

San Francisco, California, Chinatown, c1925

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