Primarily research materials about Donaldina Cameron, including some original materials and interviews. Martin's papers include
manuscripts, correspondence, cassette tapes, and photographs.
American writer, known particularly for her book CHINATOWN'S ANGRY ANGEL, the story of Donaldina Cameron's early years fighting
the yellow slave trade.
Cameron House, a community services agency serving the Chinese in San Francisco, was named for Donaldina Cameron, and the
agency she founded, Ming Quong, survives in the South Bay.
10.75 linear ft.
(20 manuscripts boxes, 1 .5 manuscript box, 1 audiocassette box)
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