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Honolulu, Hawaii: 1957    1957 photo of the ward estate. The entire estate was demolished in 1959 to make room for the Concert Hall, Exhitition Hall and the Blaisdell Center.It covered the entire block of Ward Ave. King St. and Kapiolani Blvd.

Honolulu, Hawaii: 1957 1957 photo of the ward estate. The entire estate was demolished in 1959 to make room for the Concert Hall, Exhibition Hall and the Blaisdell Center.It covered the entire block of Ward Ave. and Kapiolani Blvd.

1930 Waikīkī: Royal Hawaiian Hotel on the left, Moana Surfrider on the right (Waikiki's first two hotels)

1930 Waikīkī: Royal Hawaiian Hotel on the left, Moana Surfrider on the right…

In April 1948, the Lurline returned to California-Hawaii service, with gala bon voyage parties. When the vessel arrived in Honolulu for the first time since the war, the governor had proclaimed “Lurline Day”. With ceremonies and festivities going on far into the night, it was one of the greatest spontaneous public demonstrations in the history of the islands. Shortly thereafter, bookings on the Lurline were made months in advance. By 1955, the liner operated at 97% of capacity.

With post-war promotion in high gear, the Lurline returns to the Hawaii Service in after having served her country as a troop transport vessel since The governor proclaimed the occasion "Lurline Day.

The whole Hawaiian Royal Family in mourning over the loss of Hawaii to the United States August 12, 1898~

Queen Liliuokalani, Princess Kaiulani, Prince David Kawananakoa shuttered up in Washington Place mourning on the day of the flag of Hawaii was lowered down for the last time after the Annexation of Hawaii to the United States, August

Last Queen of Hawaiian Island was Queen Liliuokalani

After her forced abdication and house arrest, Queen Lili'uokalani lived at Washington Place in Honolulu, now the official residence of the governor of Hawaii. Edgeworth, Bishop Museum ~Our Queen❤️

Queen's Medical Center ~ History Display ~ Honolulu, Hawaii

See 35 tips from 1598 visitors to The Queen's Medical Center. "If I have to go for emergency room, I'd pick this hospital. It has awesome staff that.

Hilo Hattie (October 28, 1901 – December 12, 1979) was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer,[1] hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry.[2]

Hilo Hattie (October 1901 – December was born Clarissa "Clara" Haili in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was a Hawaiian singer, hula dancer, actress and comedienne of Native Hawaiian ancestry. Grandma had danced with her.

Hawai‘i's Last Queen Part 1/7 :: American Experience.  A well done documentary about the Hawaiian culture.  One of the few that tells the truth from the perspective of Hawaiian's.

Hawai‘i's Last Queen Part :: American Experience. A well done documentary about the Hawaiian culture. One of the few that tells the truth from the perspective of Hawaiian's.

Waikiki Theater 1940s.....Marquee Notes: “Lady in the Dark” was released in February, 1944. The coming attraction, “Girl Crazy,” was released in November, 1943. Hawaii got everything late in those days, so I’m guessing this shot was taken in front of the Waikiki Theater in late 1944 or perhaps early 1945.

The Waikiki Waikiki, Oahu We all 3 became mickey mouse club members 1963 ? from your sis.