Object: Wong Lee
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Berry & Co, circa 1920, Wellington
|Materials||photographic gelatin, silver, sheet glass, photographic plates|
|Classification||black-and-white negatives, gelatin dry plate negatives, portraits|
|Format||half plate (1/2)|
|Credit line||Purchased 1998 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds|
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- WONG LEE'S CONVERSION. (Otago Witness, 12 October 1904) -
- LEE'S LAMENTABLE LOGIC (NZ Truth, 05 June 1920) -
- lrina Baronova. one of the principals of the famous Covent Garden Russian Ballet, which will begin a season here under the direction of Messrs. I C Williamson Theatres at the Opera House on February. 18. Boris Kartell, successor to Ijon Chaney as a master ot film make-up, and remembered for his work in "Frankenstein," "The Mummy," an* other thrillers, is to be the super-sleuth James Lee Wong in a series of films of High Wiley's books. The first production, "Mr. Wong, Detective," comes to the De Luxe Theatre; (Evening Post, 09 February 1939) -
- AH LEE SENTENCED TO DEATH, (Otago Witness, 16 October 1880) -
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