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    “Archaeology dig to focus on Chinese immigrants,” Ling-Mei Wong Sampan Newspaper, 7/3/2019 3, 2019. “…The building housed Ruby Foo’s Den from 1929 to 1957, serving Chinese food to non-Chinese people.”

    Emily Sweeney, Boston Globe Staff, 7/1/2019 “…In 1929, Ruby Foo opened a Chinese restaurant called Ruby Foo’s Den on the ground floor.”

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    “Boston Hua Tuo hidden mystery, the first archaeological excavation” SinoVisionNet July 10, 2019. “On the 6th Hudson Street on the 6th of Boston’s Hua Memorial Archway…”

    “Boston Hua Tuo hidden mystery, the first archaeological excavation” SinoVisionNet 7/10/2019 . “On the 6th Hudson Street of Boston’s Hua Memorial Archway…”

    “Ink library, parking barnacles, lunar training grounds: News from around out 50 states,” USA Today, 7/9/2019 “Boston: The city is literally digging its Chinatown.”

    .“The Metro Minute” Lana Turner, Boston Globe Staff, July 30, 2019. “Archaeologists and volunteers…cleared out fill dirt at the site of what was once a restaurant called Ruby Foo’s Den in Chinatown.”

    The Metro Minute” Lana Turner, Boston Globe Staff, 7/30/ 2019. “Archaeologists and volunteers…cleared out fill dirt at the site of what was once a restaurant called Ruby Foo’s Den in Chinatown.”

    “Boston’s Chinatown Prepares for first archaeological dig,” David Bienick WCVB, 7/2/2019 “The lot…was once home to Ruby Foo’s Den, which became a hot spot for celebrities.”

    Archeological dig unearths artifacts in Boston’s Chinatown, Boston Globe, Emily Sweeney, 7/12/2019

    Archaeologists Begin First Excavations of Boston’s Chinatown US News & World Report Associated Press 7/8/2019

    Lisa Gresci, WBZ CBS Boston News 7/8/2019. “The site, 6 Hudson St., is on the middle of a busy and bustling Chinatown.”

    WorldJournal -7-30-2019

    Huaying excavates the founder of Ruby Foo Restaurant, the grand-daughter reveals history” Reporter Liu Chenxizhi/ Boston Report – World Journal 7/30/2019. “preserve the spiritual legacy of this Asian woman (Ruby Foo), the American dream she interprets

    Can you dig it? Chinatown Archaeological Dig Caught in Southie South Boston’s Neighborhood Magazine Maureen Dahill 7/9/2019

    First Archaeological Dig in Boston’s Chinatown Underway, AsAmNews, by Felix Poon 7/9/2019 “Among those scheduled to speak is Tiffany Foo, author and granddaughter of Ruby Foo, the restaurateur who opened Ruby Foo’s Den in the former row-house…”

    Photos: Archaeologists Hope to Dig Up History in Boston’s Chinatown, 90.9 WBUR News 7/9/2019 Bob Oakes

    “Ruby Foo’s Den, 1951” Chinese Historical Society. www.chsne.org/dig

     

By Ling-Mei Wong Sampan News, October 2019