Unit_ID: detail001. -- Title: 00:12 : Father an only son, Col. Kim believes.; Unit_ID: detail002. -- Title: 00:23 : Mother never spoke of her family; once married, belonged to husband's family.; Unit_ID: detail003. -- Title: 01:06 : Parents both bright, but mother pragmatic and father creative.; Unit_ID: detail004. -- Title: 02:10 : Mother's pragmatism attributed to family's farming background.; Unit_ID: detail005. -- Title: 02:36 : Asian women (from Asia) value men over women.; Unit_ID: detail006. -- Title: 03:21 : Korean folk story about woman who showed more loyalty to her in-laws than to her own family.; Unit_ID: detail007. -- Title: 05:16 : Women never spoiled in the Far East; more pragmatic and realistic than Asian men.; Unit_ID: detail008. -- Title: 06:04 : Mother worked 18-20 hours a day in family grocery store.; Unit_ID: detail009. -- Title: 06:50 : Kim family acquired grocery store at corner of Temple and Beaudry, at bottom of Court Street funicular.; Unit_ID: detail010. -- Title: 08:35 : 1920s, wealthier patrons phoned in orders to grocery store, but owners could only speak Korean.; Unit_ID: detail011. -- Title: 09:00 : Grocery store owners offer to sell store to Kim's parents with no down payment.; Unit_ID: detail012. -- Title: 09:34 : Mother did all the work; father undependable.; Unit_ID: detail013. -- Title: 09:59 : Father's role in store mainly linked to ability to speak English.; Unit_ID: detail014. -- Title: 10:12 : Mother managed store and its finances.; Unit_ID: detail015. -- Title: 10:31 : Repeats that mother worked 18-20 hours a day with little help from father.; Unit_ID: detail016. -- Title: 10:56 : Family grocery store had help--errand boy and a butcher.; Unit_ID: detail017. -- Title: 12:00 : Father's role in grocery store was minimal.; Unit_ID: detail018. -- Title: 12:27 : Father was smart but a bad worker; devoted too much time and money to Syngman Rhee and Tongjihoe.; Unit_ID: detail019. -- Title: 12:59 : 1920s, grocery store made good money.; Unit_ID: detail020. -- Title: 13:11 : Grocery store made $100 a day, but father gambled much of it away.; Unit_ID: detail021. -- Title: 13:33 : 1920s-1930s, never well off because of father.; Unit_ID: detail022. -- Title: 14:10 : Korean community was small, with close ties; most Korean immigrants were Christian.; Unit_ID: detail023. -- Title: 15:13 : Church as community center.; Unit_ID: detail024. -- Title: 16:50 : Role of Christianity among early Korean immigrants related to Japanese colonial rule.; Unit_ID: detail025. -- Title: 18:01 : Early Korean immigrants attended church based on political affiliation.; Unit_ID: detail026. -- Title: 18:40 : Church represented the one social outlet in Korean community.; Unit_ID: detail027. -- Title: 19:23 : An Chang-Ho affiliated with Methodist Church; Tongjihoe with First Christian Church; Communist-leaning Koreans with Presbyterian Church.; Unit_ID: detail028. -- Title: 20:40 : All factions worked for liberation of Korea from Japanese colonial rule.; Unit_ID: detail029. -- Title: 21:11 : Col. Kim's family belonged to the First Christian Church.