University of Richmond Race & Racism Project

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This page is one of five displaying notes about faculty and alumni and provides information about where they live and work after graduating or moving on from Richmond. The page includes a note about Ah Fong Yeung, class of 1909, who is mentioned as…

This page is one of many showing photos and descriptions of junior year students. The second student on the page (from the top) is To Sham Cheung, who is from Canton, China. He is the only student Asian student present in all of the class rosters.…

This is a photograph of the Chinese Students Club that includes the officers and members of the club. According to a statement in the Collegian, the Club was organized by the Chinese students of the University to effectively intermingle with one…

This article covers an event at the University of Richmond where Chinese students celebrated the birth of the Chinese Republic, and rendered homage to their homeland. The article talks about China, honing in on the Xinhai Revolution leading to the…

This page is drawn from the sophomore class section of the 1920 yearbook and includes names, photos, and descriptions of the students who were part of the sophomore class. This page includes a photograph of Cheng Yeung Hui, the only sophomore Chinese…

This is a club photograph of the Ministerial Association. The Ministerial Association was a Christian student organization at the University of Richmond. The purpose of this student organization was to bring together a group of Christian young men…

This photograph features the members of the Young Men’s Christian Association (Y.M.C.A). The Y.M.C.A is an on-campus club whose purpose is to spread the Christian faith and gospel. Students joined the club to connect with other Christian students…

This photograph features University of Richmond students who are members of the United States Army's "Company C" infantry. Students are dressed in their uniforms and are photographed standing at attention. Two Chinese students were members of the…

This photograph features the members of The Ministerial Association in 1918. The club was an on-campus Christian student organization at The University of Richmond, whose purpose was to bring together young Christian men in an effort to spread the…

This image features photographs and descriptions of 3 senior men at Richmond College. Attention should be drawn to Wai Hung Taam, who lists his hometown as Canton, China. He is an applicant for a B.S. degree in Business Administration and is a member…
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