Lew Kay, China Day program Chairman

Lew Kay, the son of a pioneer Chinese merchant Lew King, was the program chairman for China Day. Kay was educated in public schools and was the first Chinese to enter the University of Washington. He graduated in 1909. In 1913 he married Rosaline L. Goon Dip, daughter of Goon Dip.

Lew Kay is on the right in the bow tie - Image Courtesy of Richard Kay

Lew Kay is on the right in the bow tie - Image Courtesy of Richard Kay

Lew King Seattle Times 1906

Lew King Seattle Times 1906

Sources: Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Oct 16, 1913, p14; Seattle Times, Feb 25, 1906, p.17

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