Chinese bankers

Sho-Long Sung, from left, Yen-Ching Wu and Su Lee, are bankers visiting from Beijing at Union Station on June 5, 1930. The group of bankers were passing through Chicago to New York, where they studied the American railroad and banking systems as well as purchase railroad materials.

( Chicago Tribune historical photo / June 5, 1930 )

Sho-Long Sung, from left, Yen-Ching Wu and Su Lee, are bankers visiting from Beijing at Union Station on June 5, 1930. The group of bankers were passing through Chicago to New York, where they studied the American railroad and banking systems as well as purchase railroad materials.

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