Interior Chinese joss house, Victoria, B.C.Public
Image originally published in 'Souvenir of Victoria", published by Atkinson Brothers for O.B. Ormond Bookseller and Stationer, Victoria, B.C. "Joss house" was a term in common use in English in western North America during frontier times, when joss houses were a common feature of Chinatowns. The name "joss house" describes the environment of worship. Joss sticks, a kind of incense, are burned inside and outside of the house.
- 1 black and white photograph
- 48.4294, -123.3679
- 48.4359, -123.35155
- Victoria’s Chinatown, a gateway to the past and present of Chinese Canadians
- Victoria's Chinatown Project Website: https://chinatown.library.uvic.ca/index.html
- May 10, 2012
- 600 dpi tiff. Cataloguing metadata provided by GF. Migration metadata by MT.
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