Loo King

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Loo King (born 1883; died December 29, 1938 in Birmingham) was a launderer. He and his wife, Fong Ke resided at their place of business, at 424 17th Street North, near West End Park.

King was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery. His headstone was engraved with Chinese characters (hanzi) invoking the protection of the "most high God."


  • Polk's Birmingham (Jefferson County, Ala.) City Directory (1937) Richmond, Virginia: R. L. Polk & Co.
  • "Loo King" obituary (December 30, 1938) The Birmingham News

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