Traveling Exhibit @ Stanford Archaeology Center (thru July 17)

Starts: April 13, 2015 at 8:30 am
Ends: July 17, 2015 at 5:30 pm

Admission: Free
Location: Stanford Archaeology Center, Building 500, 488 Escondido Mall, Stanford University, Stanford CA 94305-2145


The CHCP traveling exhibit, Pioneering the Valley: The Chinese American Legacy in Santa Clara Valley, (a 14-panel color display that depicts the history and contributions of the Chinese in the Santa Clara Valley through photographs and text) will be on display at the Stanford Archaeology Center from April 13 – June 19, 2015. It will be located on the first floor, east wing of the Stanford Archaeology Center. Adjacent to the CHCP exhibit is a large wall-sized map of San Jose’s historic Market Street Chinatown as it stood in 1884. Visitors to the Stanford Archaeology Center may also view display cases of archaeological artifacts placed throughout the first floor.

The Stanford Archaeology Center (Building 500) is open to the public during business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm, except for university holidays (

There is no charge for admission to Stanford Archaeology Center. Lectures and other events held at the Stanford Archaeology Center are also free and open to the public. Scheduled events are listed at

For individuals and groups who cannot view the exhibit during regular open hours, contact Dr. Barbara Voss at to arrange an evening or weekend viewing. Please also contact Dr. Voss if you would like to arrange a tour of her laboratory, where research is being conducted on the Market Street Chinatown Archaeology Project.

For directions and parking information, see

Corporations, community centers, organizations, and schools interested in reserving the traveling exhibit for display should contact Chris Jochim, CHCP Director, at

For more details, visit our Traveling Exhibit webpage.