Hawai'i War Records Depository Photographs: Jul-Dec 1942


Army in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #130
  • DESCRIPTION: Scene with army in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE: Dec-42
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Army in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #131
  • DESCRIPTION: Scene with army in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE: Dec-42
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Army in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #132
  • DESCRIPTION: Scene with army in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE: Dec-42
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Army in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #133
  • DESCRIPTION: Scene with army in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE: Dec-42
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Army in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #134
  • DESCRIPTION:Scene with army in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE:Dec-42
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Army Library in Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #135
  • DESCRIPTION:Army library in Hawaii
  • HWRD DATE:Dec-42
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Dr. Pinkerton in Blood-plasma Bank Laboratory
  • WAR RECORD #166
  • DESCRIPTION:Blood-plasma bank showing Dr. Pinkerton in laboratory.
  • HWRD DATE:13-Jul-42
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Dr. Pinkerton in Blood-plasma Bank Laboratory
  • WAR RECORD #167
  • DESCRIPTION:Blood-plasma bank showing Dr. Pinkerton in laboratory.
  • HWRD DATE:16-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 16 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: NEW BLOOD, NEW BANK: Dr. Forrest J. Pinkerton, territorial supervisor of blood-plasm banks, above, inspects flasks of new-drawn blood in the recently completed Honolulu blood-plasm bank on Queen's hospital grounds. Open house for the public will be held Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The new structure stands as a testimonial to the generous response of Honolulans to calls for blood donors.

Dr. Devereaux at Blood-plasma Bank Building
  • WAR RECORD #168
  • DESCRIPTION:Blood-plasma bank building, Queen's Hospital grounds, Honolulu, showing Dr. Devereaux.
  • HWRD DATE:21-Jul-42
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Dr. Pinkerton Receives Certificate of Owndership for Blood-plasma Bank Mobile
  • WAR RECORD #169
  • DESCRIPTION: Blood-plasma bank mobile unit presented by Oahu Railway and Land Company. Walter F. Dillingham presenting certificate of ownership to Dr. Pinkerton.
  • HWRD DATE: 21-Sep-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 21 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: Walter F. Dillingham, left, president of the railroad, gives the certificate of ownership to Dr. Pinkerton.

Members of Staff with Blood-plasma Bank Mobile
  • WAR RECORD #170
  • DESCRIPTION: Blood-plasma bank mobile unit presented by Oahu Railway and Land Company, with members of blood bank staff. L. to R., Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mrs. William Ford, Mrs. James Munroe, Miss Stephanie Phot, Miss Florence Genevieve Flynn, Mrs. Ross Sutherland, Dr. J.W. Devereaux, Mrs. B. Howell Bond. At the wheel is Mrs. John Trotter.
  • HWRD DATE: 21-Sep-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 21 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: WILL AID WAR EFFORT: At the top (#169 is on same page), standing beside the new mobile unit prenented to the Honolulu blood bank by the Oahu Railway & land Co., are members of the blood bank staff. Left to right they are Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mrs. William Ford, Mrs. James Munro, Miss Stephanie Photo, Miss Florence Genevieve Flynn, Mrs. Ross Sutherland of the Red Cross canteen, Dr. J.W. Devereaux and Mrs. B. Howell Bond, administrative assistant to Dr. Forrest J. Pinkerton, head of the blood banks of Hawaii. At the wheel of the truck, which will collect blood from workers who do not have time to come to Honolulu, is Mrs. John Trotter, member of the women's Red Cross ,motor corps.

Interior of Blood-plasma Bank Mobile
  • WAR RECORD #171
  • DESCRIPTION:Blood-plasma Bank Mobile Unit presented by Oahu Railway and Land Company, showing interior of unit.
  • HWRD DATE: 21-Sep-42
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Bond Buyers in Downtown Honolulu
  • WAR RECORD #224
  • DESCRIPTION: Bond buyers at booth in downtown Honolulu, December 7, 1942
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
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Bond Buyers in Downtown Honolulu
  • WAR RECORD #225
  • DESCRIPTION: Bond buyers at booth in downtown Honolulu, December 7, 1942.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 14 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: BOND--NOT A BREAD--LINE: Here is a typical scene at the [?] bond booths which sold souvenir Pearl Harbor war bonds December 7 to thousands of Honolulans. This one, in front of the Hawaii war savings staff, Bishop St., had a crowd of buyers such as this all day long. A week later, returns from the record sale are still coming in.

Bond Buyers in Downtown Honolulu
  • WAR RECORD #226
  • DESCRIPTION: Bond buyers at booth in downtown Honolulu, December 7, 1942.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
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McInerny, Ltd. Displays Flags on Pearl Harbor Bond Day
  • WAR RECORD #227
  • DESCRIPTION: McInerny, Ltd., displays flags of the allied nations on Pearl Harbor bond day, December 7, 1942.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: ALLIED FLAGS NEAR BOND BOOTH: One of the busiest war bond booths Monday was the one pictured here near M. Molnery, Ltd., where a display of United Nations flags attaracted considerable attention. Note the line of bond buyers.

Bond Blitz Breakfast at Baisdell
  • WAR RECORD #228
  • DESCRIPTION: At "Bond Blitz Breakfast" at Blaisdell Hotel, Nov. 19, 1942, attended by 72 members of Life Underwriters Association, these six men were speakers. L.to R., Wm. H. Mountcastle, Fred H. Kanne, Philip E. Spalding, Riley H. Allen, Maj. A.T. Sauser, USA and Maj. M.A. Herbert, USA.
  • HWRD DATE: 20-Nov-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 20 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AT "BOND BLITZ BREAKFAST": The six men above were at the speakers' table at a "bond blitz breakfast' attended Thursday at the Blaisdell hotel by 72 members of the life underwriters' association. Left to right are William H. Mountcastle, Fred H. Kanne, Phillip E. Spalding, Riley H. Allen, Maj. A.T. Sauser, USA, and Maj. M.A. Herbert, USA.

Corporal Herbert R. Conner Assists in Army War Bond Week Campaign
  • WAR RECORD #229
  • DESCRIPTION: Corporal Herbert R. Conner, who was with American Factors in Hilo, Hawaii, prior to his induction into the army in February, 1942, assists in publicity campaign for army war bond week, November, 1942.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Nov-42 (printed)
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Members of the Life Underwriters Association Awarded Citations for Selling War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #230
  • DESCRIPTION: Three members of the Life Underwriters Association of Hawaii were awarded citations by Governor Stainback and Fred H. Kanne for having sold more than $100,000 worth of war bonds each. L. to R., Kin Luke, Harold Y. Oda, Mr. Kanne, Governor Stainback and Wm. H. Mountcastle.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Nov-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: INSURANCE MEN CITED: For having sold more than $100,000 worth of war bonds each, three members of the Life Underwriters' Association of Hawaii were awarded citations Friday by Governor Stainback, honorary chairman of the Hawaii war safings staff, and Fred H. Kanne, administrator of the staff. Left to right, in the picture, are Kin Luke, Harold Y. Oda, Mr. Kanne, Governor Stainback and William H. Mountcastle. A fourth underwriter who hit this goal, George Perry, is now on active duty with the navy.

Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback Appointed Field Director of Women's Bond Activities
  • WAR RECORD #231
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback is appointed field director of women's bond activities. L. to R., Mrs. Louise Root, OCD Volunteer Placement Bureau; Philip E. Spalding, chairman, Territorial Advisory Committee, presenting citation; Mrs. Stainback; and Mrs. Henry F. Damon, who will be in charge of volunteer workers.
  • HWRD DATE: 29-Oct-42 (printed)
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C.Q. Yee Hop's and Employees Purchase War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #232
  • DESCRIPTION: $63,600 in bonds were purchased by C.Q. Yee Hop's including $44,637 by employees in the opening of Chinese war bond drive, October, 1942. Back row, L. to R., Capt. Clarence Olds, US engineers war bond officer; Dr. Joseph K.S. Chang, chairman of the bond drive Chun Chin, assistant manager. Seated L. to R., Mrs. Mabel Arnold, Mrs. Alice Chang, Sam K. Young, manager. Lt. Leonard Wong at extreme left.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Oct-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 10 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: BOND DRIVE STARTS: Opening the Chinese war bond drive, $63,600 in bonds were purchased Thursday at C.Q. Yee Hop's, including $44,637 by employes. Back row, left to right, are Chun Chin, assistant manager; Dr. Joseph K.S. Chang, chairman of the bond drive; and Capt. Clarence Olds, war bond officer for the U.S. engineers, who supplied the bonds. In front, Sam K. Young, manager, hands a check to Mrs. Alice Chang as Mrs. Mabel Arnold types out the bonds. Lt. Leonard Wong looks on.
  • NOTE: Newspaper caption & HWRD photo Description differs-newspaper may be incorrect, as to placement of Chun Chin verses Capt. Clarence Olds.

Yeoman 3rd Class John A. Jordan Helps an Alien Fill Out a War Bond Application
  • WAR RECORD #233
  • DESCRIPTION: Yeoman 3rd Class John A. Jordan puts his knowledge of the Japanese language to good use by helping an alien fill out a war bond application.
    L. to R., Miss Eiko Okazaki, Yeoman Jordan, and Mrs. Misako Tanaka.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Oct-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AIDS WAR BOND SALES: Yeoman 3rd Class John A. Jordan is putting his knowledge of the Japanese language to good use. In the picture he helps an alien, Mrs. Misako Tanaka, right, of 1779 Malani St. to fill out a war bond application. Miss Eiko Okazaki, University of Hawaii student from Hakalau, Hawaii, follows the sailor's interpretation. Note the calendar date at the now closed Yokahama Specie bank.

Bill Hix Impersonates Uncle Sam to Aid War Bond Sales
  • WAR RECORD #234
  • DESCRIPTION: Bill Hix, Honolulu barber, impersonates "Uncle Sam" to aid war bond sales. Sam Mercer, USN and Corporal Willis Brown, USA, represents the service men.
  • HWRD DATE: 26-Sep-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 26 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: YANKEE DOODLE DANDIES: In stride with the army and navy is "Uncle Sam" himself in the person of Bill Hix, Honolulu Barber. Sam Mercer, USN, and Corporal Willis Brown, USA, of the army war bond office are pictured representing the service men.

War Bonds Purchased for All Star Members and Outstanding Players of Hawaii Baseball League
  • WAR RECORD #236
  • DESCRIPTION: War bonds are purchased for 12 All Star team members and other outstanding players of the Hawaii Baseball league. L. to R., Carl Machado, league manager; Jack Burns, representing the Athletics' franchise owner; Robert McB. Purvis of Bishop National Bank and S.J. Rose of Hawaiian Electric Company.
  • HWRD DATE: 16-Sep-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 16 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: BONDS FOR BASEBALLERS: The 12 All Star team members and other outstanding players of the Hawaii Baseball league will be awarded United States war bonds Sunday. Shown after purchasing the bonds are: Carl Machado, league manager; Jack Burns, representing the Athelics' franchise owner; Robert McB. Purvis, of the Bishop National Bank and S.J. Rose of the Hawaiian Electric Co.

Labor Unions Hold 3-Day War Bond Sale in Observance of Labor Day
  • WAR RECORD #237
  • DESCRIPTION: Labor Unions hold 3-day war bond sale in observance of Labor Day (1942) L.to R., John A. Orloff of Denver, Colorado; Leo L. Yerian of Honolulu Federal Employes Credit Union; Jack Snyder of Houston, Texas; and Harvey McVean of Grass Valley, California.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Sep-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Sept 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LABOR AIDS WAR EFFORT: Members of Honolulu labor unions purchase war bonds during the three day bond sales campaign held here by the unions in observance of Labor Day. The campaign ended on Monday. In the picture, left to right, are John A. Orloff of Denver, Colo.; Leo L. Yerian of the Honolulu federal employes' credit union; Jack Snyder of Houston, Tex., and Harvey McVean of Grass Valley, Cal.

Labor STRIKES by Promoting Sale of War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #238
  • DESCRIPTION: Labor "strikes" by promoting sale of war bonds.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Sep-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 7 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: 'PICKET' TREASURY OFFICE: American Federation of Labor members and employes today 'picketed' the teasury department's Hawaii war savings staff office and banks in downtown Honolulu as part of labor's three day war bond drive. 'Pickets' shown here left to right, are: Joseph Lopez, Vernon Edwards, Mrs. Kay Hawkins, Mrs. Dorothy White, Miss Irene Wassman and Ambrose Burgo.

American Federation of Labor War Bond Poster
  • WAR RECORD #239
  • DESCRIPTION: American Federation of Labor war bond poster
    L. to R., John A. Owens, Reuben Ortiz.
  • NOTE: This photograph appears the same as HWRD #240, but they come from different negatives.
  • HWRD DATE: 31-Aug-42
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American Federation of Labor War Bond Poster
  • WAR RECORD #240
  • DESCRIPTION: American Federation of Labor war bond poster.
    L. to R., John A. Owens, Reuben Ortiz.
  • NOTE: This photograph appears the same as HWRD #239, but they come from different negatives.
  • HWRD DATE: 31-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: PLAN BOND SALE DRIVE: Holding one of the posters to be used in the drive to sell war bonds and stamps, to be sponsored by organized labor in Hawaii September 5 to 7, are John A. Owens, left, and Reuben Ortiz. Planning to increase considerably union workers' contributions to national defense, Mr. Owens, local representative of the American Federation of Labor, and Mr. Ortiz, chairman of the drive, are building the selling campaign around the theme of 10 per cent pledges of the workers.

Mrs. Glenn Yetter Buys War Bond at the I Own a Bond Club
  • WAR RECORD #241
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Glenn Yetter, right, buys $1000 war bond at the "I Own a Bond Club," bringing her holdings of Series E bonds up to the $5000 limit. The bond was sold by Mrs. Lydia Ahin, left, of Hilo, department vice-president of American Legion Auxiliary.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Aug-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 25 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: BUYS LIMIT IN BONDS: Biggest individual war bond sale at the headfquarters of the "I Own a Bond" club Monday was a $1,000 purchase by Mrs. Glen Yetter, right. She now has $5,000 in Series E bonds, the limit that may be purchased in a calendar year. Mrs. Yetter bought the bond from Mrs. Lydia Ahin of Hilo, newly elected department vice president of the American Legion auxiliary.

Liberty House War Bond Booth
  • WAR RECORD #242
  • DESCRIPTION: Liberty House war bond booth
  • HWRD DATE: 12-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 12 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LIBERTY HOUSE BOND BOOTH: The Liberty House, first retail firm in Honolulu to be named an authorized war bond issuing agency, has opened its sales booth on the first floor of the store, its hours being 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. War savings stamps are also on sale. In the picture, Margaret French, a customer, makes a purchase from Serena Platt, of the bond booth sales staff.

War Stamp Flowers
  • WAR RECORD #243
  • DESCRIPTION: War stamp flowers.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 12 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: VICTORY CORSAGES ON SALE: Miss Marie Tanemura of The Star-Bulletin office is shown with two Victory Corsages made with war savings stamps which went on sale today in seven leading stores in downtown Honolulu. Made at Leahi home, the corsages contain nine 10 cents stamps and sell for $1. The other 10 cents covers the cost of materials. Stores sell them at cost.

Members of Diamond Head Post No. 13 of the American Legion Purchase Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #244
  • DESCRIPTION: 53 members of Diamond Head Post No. 13, American Legion, purchase $105,000 in bonds. War bonds committee members are: standing L. to R., Frank Agnew and Vilas W. Dragoo; Sitting: A.A. Kempa, chairman; and Dr. G.M. Van Poole, commander.
  • NOTES: (This picture was reversed in printing.)
  • HWRD DATE: 9-Jul-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 9 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LEGION POST SETS BOND RECORD: Diamond Head Post No. 13, American Legion, has established an enviable record in purchasing war bonds. Its 53 members have reported purchasing $105,000 in bonds to July 1, and have pledged monthly purchases exceeding $3,000 in the future. Pictured are members of the post's war bond committee. Standing are Vilas W. Dragoo, left, and Frank Agnew. Sitting are Dr. G.M. Van Poole, left commander, and A.A. Kempa, chairman.

Shoeshine Boys Purchase War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #245
  • DESCRIPTION: Shoeshine boys purchase war bonds. Police chief W.A. Gabrielson in right center.
  • HWRD DATE: 17-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 17 Jul 1942
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  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SHOE SHINERS BUY BONDS: These grinning shoe shine boys are part of a crowd of 200 who surrounded Police Chief W.A. Gabrielso, right, in the police department annex this week, to show him their war bonds. Afterwards the boys met with Lt. Conrad Barrus, center, and Sergeant David Kaanaana, left, to learn more about the chief's plan to present a $60. wrist watch and a second prize, stil to be selected, to shoe shiners who have bought most war stamps and bonds by August 23.

Mrs. Ruth Luis Sells War Stamps to Sailors During Uncle Sam's Quarter Hour
  • WAR RECORD #246
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Ruth Luis, salesclerk of Detor Jewelers, Ltd., sells war stamps to sailors during "Uncle Sam's Quarter Hour", a feature of the Retailers for Victory Week drive Wednesday. During the period 1,500 Honolulu retail stores halted normal merchandise sales from 11:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. and instead sold war bonds and stamps.
  • NOTE: This picture was reversed in printing.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Jul-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SELLS WAR STAMPS: Mrs. Ruth Luis, sales clerk of Detor Jewelers, Ltd., sells war stamps to sailors during "Uncle Sam's Quarter Hour," a feature of the Retailers for Victory Week drive Wednesday. During the period 1,500 Honolulu retail stores halted normal merchandise sales from 11:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. and instead used the period to promote war bond and stamp sales.

Saleslady Sells War Savings Stamps During Retailers for Victory
  • WAR RECORD #247
  • DESCRIPTION: Saleslady sells war savings stamps during "Retailers for Victory" war bond and stamp drive.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Jul-42
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War Workers Buy War Stamps
  • WAR RECORD #248
  • DESCRIPTION: War workers buy war stamps. Saleslady Berta Hoare sells stamps to Miles M. Corrigan (left), who works at Pearl Harbor, and James J. Ballard, recently returned from a job on one of the "Line Islands".
  • HWRD DATE: 1-Jul-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 1 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: STRIKING A BLOW FOR UNCLE SAM: Here are two of Hawaii's lusty defense of war workers, striking a stalward blow for Uncle Sam by purchase of war stamps and bonds. These workers, here by the thousand from all parts of the mainland, are rolling up a great record in purchase of war securities. Saleslady Berta Hoare is taking care of the purchases by Miles M. Corrigan (left), who works at Pearl Harbor; and James J. Ballard, who has been on contract work in one of the "Line Islands" and is now back from that job.

Pin of I Own a Bond Club of Hawaii
  • WAR RECORD #249
  • DESCRIPTION: Pin of "I Own a Bond Club of Hawaii"
  • HWRD DATE: Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 21 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: WAR BOND BUTTON: Thousands of buttons like the one above should blossom out on Honolulu coat lapels this week.

Canteen in Basement of Iolani Palace
  • WAR RECORD #279
  • DESCRIPTION: Canteen, basement of Iolani Palace.
    Left to right: (Beginning with third figure) Miss M.S. Holwill, Mrs. Augusta Jones, Lt. Col. James F. Hanley, Emma Nelson.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Oct-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 7 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LIKE MOTHER'S: It's food just like mother used to cook! Pictured here enjoying the fare at the Iolani palace canteen, are, seated, left to right: Emma Nelson, Lt. Col. James F. Hanley and Miss M. Holwill, all of the office of the military governor. They are being served by Mrs. Augusta Jones, standing.

Canteen in Basement of Iolani Palace
  • WAR RECORD #280
  • DESCRIPTION: Canteen, basement of Iolani Palace.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Oct-42
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Christmas Presents and Tree for Servicemen in Hospitals
  • WAR RECORD #293
  • DESCRIPTION: Christmas presents to servicemen in hospitals. Christmas tree in hospital.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Dec-42
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Christmas Presents to Wounded Servicemen
  • WAR RECORD #294
  • DESCRIPTION: Christmas presents to wounded servicemen.
    S/Sgt. Eber J. Neely Jr., of Leon, Kansas receives present from Wilma Castro, Farrington High School student, as Nurse Ollie Mae Bridges of Ocala, Florida looks on.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 25 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: TO A WONDED HERO ON CHRISTMAS: Staff Sergent Eber J. Neely, Jr., USA, of Leon, Kans., wounded by Japanese mechinegun fire in the thigh and temple during an engagement in the Solomons, received a present from Wilma Castro, Farrington High School student, as Nurse Ollie Mae Bridges of Ocala, Fla., looks on. Presents have been distributed to all patients in army and navy hospitals here to help make their Christmas Day a happy one.

Ersatz Christmas Tree Made with Palm Leaf
  • WAR RECORD #295
  • DESCRIPTION: Ersatz Christmas tree made with palm leaf designed by Elsie Das.
  • HWRD DATE: 12-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 12 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FOR PRIORITY CHRISTMAS: With imagination and a palm leaf, Elsie Das designed this ersatz Christmas tree to help give Honoluluans ideas as to how to have a pineless but conventional holiday. It is on exhibition in Gallery 13, Trees and Decorations for a Priority Christmas, at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

Speakers at Inauguration of Junior Civilian Defense Corps
  • WAR RECORD #297
  • DESCRIPTION: Speakers at inauguration of Junior Civilian Defense Corps on Oahu.
    Speakers' platform, left to right: Mrs. Paul A. Gantt, Gov. Stainback, Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham, Mayor Petrie, and Mrs. Oscar F. Goddard.
  • HWRD DATE: 1-Oct-42 (printed) ?
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 1 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AT CEREMONIES: On the speakers' platform today at the inauguration of the Junior civilian defense corps on Oahu were, left to right: Governor Stainback, Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham, director of the OCD women's division, and Mayor Petrie. THe ceremonies were held in Scott auditorium (McKinley High School), before 2,500 students and teachers from all schools on Oahu.

Mrs. M.O. Owens Registers Son for Selective Service
  • WAR RECORD #337
  • DESCRIPTION: Mother, Mrs. M.O. Owens, chief clerk of local board 5, Royal School, registers son, Jack, for selective service, as new 18 year old class registers.
  • NOTE: This image is printed backwards.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 11 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: MOTHER REGISTERS SON: America's determination to crush the axis was evidenced today as Hawaii's 18 year old youths registered for selective service. Mrs. M.O. Owens, right learned the true meaning of R-Day as she registered her son, Jack. Mrs. Owens is chief clerk of local board 5, Royal School.

Dr. M.H. Lichter and Mrs. Elizabeth Baecker
  • WAR RECORD #353
  • DESCRIPTION: Dr. M.H. Lichter, medical director of the Waikiki first aid unit, and Mrs. Elizabeth Baecker, nurse, demonstrate the use of an oxygen unit donated by the Waikiki Junior Association of Commerce. A "casualty" is pictured receiving oxygen through the "BLB" mask.
  • HWRD DATE: 19-Oct-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 19 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: NEW OXYGEN UNIT: Dr. M.H. Lichter, medical director of the Waikiki first aid unit, and Mrs. Elizabeth Baecker, nurse, demonstrated the use of an oxygen unit donated by the Waikiki Junior association of commerce. A "casualty" is pictured receiving oxygen through the "BLB" mask. The Waikiki station is the second in Honolulu to obtain this equipment.

Larry W. Quinlan Shows Only American Flag Flown From a Commercial Honolulu Building During Dec. 7, 1941 Attack
  • WAR RECORD #360
  • DESCRIPTION: Only American flag flown from a commercial building in downtown Honolulu during the morning of the Japanese attack on Oahu, Dec.7, 1941, being shown by Larry W. Quinlan, manager of Alexander Young Hotel.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Roosevelt High School Students Work on Gas Masks for Younsters
  • WAR RECORD #386
  • DESCRIPTION: Roosevelt High School students, employed by the gas defense division of the OCD, apply last strip to build up gas masks for youngsters.
    Left to right: Frieda Cordeiro, a junior; Lois Trimmer and Lucille Bate, both seniors.
  • HWRD DATE: 17-Jul-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 17 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: THE LAST STRIP: At the table where the last strip is applied to build up gas masks for youngsters, Roosevelt High School students employed by the gas defense division of the office of civilian defense, inspect their wares. From left to right are Freida Cordeiro, a junior; Lois Trimmer and Lucille Bate, both seniors. More than 70,000 built-up masks already have been turned out by this department at Roosevelt High School, under the joint supervision of the department of chemical warfare and the OCD. Ten thousand more masks are needed to complete the job.

Mrs. Estelle Tsuchiya Places Flowers on Grave
  • WAR RECORD #395
  • DESCRIPTION: Anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack observed by island florists and flower growers.
    Mrs. Estelle Tsuchiya, formerly of Hilo, places flowers on grave No. 439 in Nuuanu cemetery.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: IN MEMORIAM: Mrs. Estelle Tsuchiya, formerly of Hilo, places flowers on grave No. 439 in Nuuanu cemetery. The occasion marked the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and was observed by island florists and flower growers, who closed their shops on Monday.

Florists and Flower Growers Decorate Graves in Nuuanu Cemetery
  • WAR RECORD #396
  • DESCRIPTION: Anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack. Island florists and flower growers decorate graves in Nuuanu cemetery.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Greek War Relief
  • WAR RECORD #397
  • DESCRIPTION: Greek war relief. George N. Michopulos, left, and Charles Costas, right, present two $1,000 checks to Army Emergency Relief and Navy Relief Association. Chaplain T.C. Miller and Lt. Col. Frank L. Bock, center, receive money for their organizations.
    Mr. Michopulos, Mrs. Costas, the Merchants Grill, the Monte Carlo Cafe and Detor Jewelers contributed the funds.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Sep-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: PARTY MONEY GOES TO RELIEF: Originally slated to be spent on a party for army and navy personnel of Greek ancestry, two $1,000 checks found their way to the Army Emergency Relief and Navy Relief association funds Wednesday. George N. Michopulos, left, and Charles Costas, right, presented the checks to Chapllain T.C. Miller and Lt. Col. Frank L. Bock, center, who received the money for their organizations which will convert it into emergency relief assistance for army and navy dependents. Mr. Michopulos, Mr. Costas, the Merchants Grill, the Monte Carlo Cafe and Detor Jewelers contributed the funds.

Girls authorized to operate jeeps
  • WAR RECORD #494
  • DESCRIPTION: Lorraine O'Brien, left, and Nina Smith, (Houston, Texas) only two girls who have been authorized by army automotive office to operate jeeps and armored half tracks and to convoy any type of army vehicle in Hawaii.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: Lorraine O'Brien and Nina Smith GIRLS DRIVE JEEPS HERE -- EVEN MP SURPRISED Meet the jeep girls--Lorraine O'Brien and Nina Smith! These women drivers are the only two who have been authorized by the army automotive office to operate jeeps and armored half tracks and to convoy any type of army vehicle in Hawaii. Lorraine, an island girl, and "Smitty," from Houston, Tex. . . . By Betty MacDonald.

Junior Victory Brigade at cafeteria
  • WAR RECORD #495
  • DESCRIPTION: Junior Victory Brigade, housed at Central Intermediate School, enjoys meal at school cafeteria.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: CHOW TIME FOR JUNIOR BRIGADE: Every day as noontime nears, the cafeteria of Central Intermediate school is a busy, popular place. It's the place where the boys of the Junior Victory Brigade, housed at the school, and other juvenile summer work divisions, get chow or kaukau--as it's also called. Here's a group of hungry youngsters ready to wade into the appetizing meal served from the cafeteria kitchen. The boys aare doing an excellent wartime job this summer.

Lumber for defense
  • WAR RECORD #502
  • DESCRIPTION: Lumber for Defense; Thousands of feet of lumber are being used by the OCD for construction of bomb shelters and other purposes for protection of civilians. Lilinoe Ewakiko, stenographer in OCD is pictured here with part of a huge pile of lumber stacked up and ready for use.
  • HWRD DATE: 7-Jul-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 7 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LUMBER FOR DEFENSE: Thousands of feet of lumber are being used by the office of civilian defense, of which Frank H. Locey is director, in the construction of bomb shelters and for other purposes for protection of civilians in Honolulu and eslewhere on Oahu. Lilinoe Ewakiko, stenographer in the OCD, is pictured here with part of a huge pile of lumber stacked up and ready for use.
  • NOTE: Newspaper image is slightly different pose.

Luau with construction workers at Barber's Point
  • WAR RECORD #503
  • DESCRIPTION: Luau-Construction workers at Barbers Point held at the House in the Garden.
  • HWRD DATE: 6-Sept-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: TOP (2): Fish and poi, traditional luau dishes, were on the menu, and many a skilled artisan got his fingers tangled in the island menu. It was excellent recreation after months of hard work.
  • NOTE: There are four photos grouped together, this is the one on the top, right.

Mass for fallen heroes at Pearl Harbor
  • WAR RECORD #526
  • DESCRIPTION: Mass Honoring Memory of Heroes who Fell at Pearl Harbor. The Most Rev. James J. Sweeney, Catholic Bishop of Honolulu and celebrant at the Mass is shown as he spoke to the mainland over facilities of the National Broadcasting Company. At extreme right, is Lt. Charles Cameron MC, USNR, who directed the Aiea Naval Hospital choir which furnished music during the Mass.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: HONOR WAR DEAD: Solemn pontifical mass of requiem was celebrated Monday in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In the picture at the left the Most Rev. James J. Sweeney, Catholic bishop of Honolulu and celebrant at the mass, is shown as he spoke to the mainland over facilities of the National Broadcasting Co. At the right is the altar erected in Block Arena, naval housing area. At extreme right is Lt. Charles Cameron, MC, USNR, who directed the Aiea naval hospital choir which furnished music during the mass.
  • NOTE: Newspaper has two photos on p. 5, left is #526, right is similiar to #528.

Mass for fallen heroes of Pearl Harbor
  • WAR RECORD #527
  • DESCRIPTION: Mass honoring the Memory of Heroes who Fell at Pearl Harbor. The Most Rev. James J. Sweeney, Catholic Bishop of Honolulu and cel[e]brant at the Mass is shown seated, second from the left.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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People at Mass honoring fallen heroes of Pearl Harbor
  • WAR RECORD #528
  • DESCRIPTION: A section of the audience at the Mass honoring the memory of heroes who fell at Pearl Harbor.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: (See #526 - similiar view of section of audience.)

Private Crutchfield and Pal
  • WAR RECORD #533
  • DESCRIPTION: Private Crutchfield and Pal, Sgt. Toughie, mascot at OMG.
  • HWRD DATE: 13-Oct-42 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 13 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: PRIVATE CRUTCHFIELD AND PAL

Certificate for Nurse
  • WAR RECORD #547
  • DESCRIPTION: Certificate for Nurse
    28 nurses who completed training in the care and treatment of casualties under supervision of the OCD Medical Service, received certificate at the Scottish Rite Cathedral unit.
    Pictured are Mrs. George Watumull, left, one of first to qualify, and Miss Ida Calvert, head nurse of the unit.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 10 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: CERTIFICATE FOR NURSE: Twenty eight nurses who completed training in the care and treatment of casualties Thursday under the supervision of the OCD medical services, received certificates at the Scottish Rite cathedral unit, Wilder Ave. Pictured ar Mrs. George Watumul, left, one of the first to qualify, and Miss Ida Calvert, head nurse of the unit who awarded the certificates.

Certificate for Nurse
  • WAR RECORD #548
  • DESCRIPTION: Certificate for Nurse
    Nurses who completed training in the care and treatment of casualties under supervision of the OCD Medical Service, received certificates at the Scottish Rite Cathedral Unit.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Occupational volunteers receive certificates
  • WAR RECORD #551
  • DESCRIPTION: Occupational therapy volunteers receive certificates
  • HWRD DATE: 28-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 28 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: GET CERTIFICATES: Members of the first Hawaii group of occupational therapy volunteer assistants who received certificates at graduation exercises at the Queen's hospital Tuesday. Standing, left to right, Miss Clara Louise Chaplin, Miss Anita Aliee Lubben, Miss Adria Mary Creft, Mrs. Margaret S. Douglas, Mrs. Ida Johanna Stepp and Mrs. Martha B. Hogan. Seated, left to right, Mrs. Sara H. Henderson, Mrs. Cecille Lorraine Onorate[? Onoraio ?], Miss Bertha Damaris Colmeyeer and Mrs. Olive M. Hughes.

Letter from war prisoner
  • WAR RECORD # 571
  • DESCRIPTION: Letter from Hio Whoon Park, a war prisoner from Shanghai.
  • HWRD DATE: 17-Oct-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 17 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: HIS SIGNATURE BUT NOT HIS LANGUAGE: Above is a photographic copy of a letter received from Hio Whoon Park by his mother, Mrs. Chun Soong Myeng, 1219 Keeaumoku St., Honolulu. Hio Whoon Park, who was at one time a Star-Bulletin carrier, went to Wake Island early in the fall of 1942 and was among the prisoners captured by the Japanese when Wake Island was finally stormed after heroic resistance. He is 19 years old, educated at McKinley High School and left high school to go to work. His mother is a widow and he has several brothers and sisters. The letter reproduced above is believed to have been prepared for him for proganganda purposes by Japanese prison camp authorities. The language is not the language which Hio Whoon Park ordinarily would use and is strikingly similiar to other letters from prisoners at this Shanghai camp, which have been received in Honolulu. The signature is genuine and this has rejoiced his mother and family, as it shows he is alive.

De Russy Recreation Center.
  • WAR RECORD #580
  • DESCRIPTION: De Russy Recreation Center.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 25 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AT NEW RECREATION CENTER: Enlisted men from the Hawaiian department are enjoying the new faclities of the DeRussey recreation center which Lt. Robert J. Patrick organized and built up from a dusty stretch of coral and flat land on the Diamond Head side of the fort. In the picture, left too right, in the recreation hall are Joseph D. Reynolds, New Haven, Conn.; A.K. Louis at the piano, of Honolulu; Joseph Vierra, Hilo; Fred Pacheco, Hilo; Paul College, Johnston, Pa., and Clyde Fallen, New York City.

De Russy Recreational Center.
  • WAR RECORD #581
  • DESCRIPTION: De Russy Recreational Center.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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De Russy Recreation Center.
  • WAR RECORD #582
  • DESCRIPTION: De Russy Recreation Center.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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De Russy Recreation Center.
  • WAR RECORD #583
  • DESCRIPTION: De Russy Recreation Center.
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Aug-42
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Red Cross Women Workers arrive from Mainland.
  • WAR RECORD #595
  • DESCRIPTION: New Red Cross Workers. Left to right, seated, Walter N. Liddiard, Fredeerick F.J. Wavrek and Edwin C. Tifft. Standing, Edward T. Harren, Paul H. Riordan, Gerald J. Donovan, Ottoway S. Marett and Walter S. Fisher.
  • HWRD DATE: 6-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Red Cross:  China Women's Relief Paper Flower Sale.
  • WAR RECORD #596
  • DESCRIPTION: Red Cross: China Women's Relief Paper Flower Sale. Pictured, left to right, W.H. Russell, Camp Catin, Md.; E.E. Grossnickle, Minnesota; H. William, North Carolina, and Miss Quon.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FOR THE RED CROSS: Petite Carol-Ann Quon, in native Chinese costume, sells paper flowers to service men as a benefit for the Hawaii Chapter, American Red Cross. Proceeds will be used to buy an ambulance by the China Women's Relief association, which is sponsoring the drive. Pictured, left to right, W.H. Russell, Camp Catin, Md.; E.E. Grossnickle, Minnesota; H. William, North Carolina, and Miss Quon.

Red Cross Buttons.
  • WAR RECORD #603
  • DESCRIPTION: Red Cross Buttons.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Jul-42 (Date on back of photo.)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 15 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: USEFUL CONTRIBUTION: Mrs. Charles Briant of the Hawaii chapter American Red Cross, looks on as Rintaro Taguma, American citizen and oldtime worker at Red Cross headquarters, empties another of the many sacks of buttons which comprise one of the unique contributions received by the local chapter.

Red Cross Workers.
  • WAR RECORD #605
  • DESCRIPTION: Red Cross Workers. Left to right, Lyman H. Johnson, regional director, military and naval welfare service; Mrs. Constance I. Webb, hospital field supervisor, and Miss Gladys Watt, assistant field supervisor of hospitals.
  • HWRD DATE: 27-Oct-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Station Wagon for Red Cross.
  • WAR RECORD #618
  • DESCRIPTION: Station Wagon for Red Cross. Presentation of a station wagon to officials of the Red Cross took place at the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. plant here. Pictured at presentation were, left to right: Bill J. Eaves, manager of the bottling company, Mrs. Stanley Kennedy, chairman of the Red Crosscanteen service; J. Howard Ellis, Red Cross business adminstrator, and Mrs. Herman von Holt, chairman of the volunteer special service of the Red Cross.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 11 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: GIVES STATION WAGON TO RED CROSS: Presentation of a station wagon to officials of the Red Cross took place recently at the Coca-Cola Bottling Co, plant here. Present for the occasion were, left to right: Bill J. Eaves, manager of the bottling company, Mrs. Stanley Kennedy, chairman fo the Red Cross canteen service; J. Howard Ellis, Red Cross business administrator, and Mrs. Herman von Holt, chairman of the volunteer special service of the Red Cross.

Late OCD registration.)
  • WAR RECORD #619
  • DESCRIPTION: Late Registration. The late Mrs. Honolulu arrives to register two days after the deadline set for the regristration of all Honolulu women 16 years old and over. The new OCD registration division moved to this office in the basement of Kawaiahao church from former quarters in Kaahumanu school. Pictured at left is Albert Waterhouse, director of OCD registration division.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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First Lady Registers. Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback, wife of the governor of Hawaii.
  • WAR RECORD #620
  • DESCRIPTION: First Lady Registers. Among the first women to register today in Honolulu was Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback, seated at the left, wife of the governor of Hawaii. Pictured with her are Mrs. Robbins B. Anderson, left, and in the background, left to right, Mrs. Harry P. Field, Mrs. Jeanne Skinner of Kealakekua, Hawaii, and Mrs. Virginia McBride.
  • HWRD DATE: 21-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 21 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FIRST LADY REGISTERS: Among the first women to register today at 27 centers in Honolulu was Mrs. Igram M. Stainback, seated at the left, wife of the governor of Hawaii. Pictured with her are Mrs. Robbins B. Anderson, left, and, in the background, left to right, Mrs. Harry P. Field, Mrs. Jeanne Skinner of Kealakekua, Hawaii, and Mrs. Virginia McBride. Any one of the centers may be used by Honolulu women during registration from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday.

Students Register.
  • WAR RECORD #621
  • DESCRIPTION: Students Register. Children register with the bureau under the OCD before attending class. Each Saturday morning at Kaahumanu Sch. children bring their identification certificates up to date.
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Sep-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 24 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: STUDENTS REGISTER: School are insisting on registration before representation this year and thousands of children are making certain they are registered with the bureau under the office of civilian defense before attending class. Each Saturday morning this scene is duplicated at Kaahumanu school as more than 450 children bring their identification certificates up to date.

Station Wagon Gift to Red Cross.
  • WAR RECORD #623
  • DESCRIPTION: Station Wagon Gift to Red Cross. This station wagon has been given by employees of Lewers & Cooke to the Hawaii chapter, American Red Cross. In group at presentation are, left to right: Standing, Carl Erdman, John Whitenack, Joseph Silva, Mrs. Goodale Moir, director of the Women's Motor Corp, Alfred L. Castle, chairman Hawaii chapter, American Red Cross, Fred D. Lowrey, Virginia Diamond, Manuel Camara. Seated, Harry Wong, John Ito, David Kaiwa.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 11 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: GIFT TO RED CROSS: This sturdy and useful station wagon has been given by employes of Lewers & Cooke to the Hawaii chapter, American Red Cross, in the group at the presentation are the following, left to right: Standing, Carl Erdman, John Whitnack, Joseph Silva; Mrs. Goodale Moir, director of the Women's Motor Corps; Alfred L. Castle, chairman Hawaii chapter, American Red Cross; Fred D. Lowrey, Virginia Diamond, Manuel Camara. Seated, Harry Wong, John Ito, David Kaiwa.

Registration of Women.
  • WAR RECORD #638
  • DESCRIPTION: Registration of Women. One of the first women to appear at a first aid station was Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback, left, wife of the governor, who is affected by the general order requiring registration of all Hawaii women over 16. She is pictured receiving her questionnaire from Mrs. Jessamine K. Sill.
  • HWRD DATE: 16-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 16 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FIRST LADY TO REGISTER: One of the first women to appear at a first aid station this morning was Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback, left, wife of the governor, who is affected by the general order requiring registration of all Hawaii women over 16. She is pictured receiving her questionnaire from Mrs. Jessamine K. Sill. Seventeen aid stations, open 24 hours a day, are distributing the occupational questionnaires. The forms are to be filled in during the week and then taken to registation centers which will be announced later in the week by the office of civillian defense.

Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #641
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive.
  • HWRD DATE: 28-Jul-42 (Date on back of photo.)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 30 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: CASH FROM WASTE: Floyd W. Fitzpatrick, secretary-manager of the Honolulu Junior Chamber of Commerce, presents a $400 check to the USO. Receiving it are, left to right, Gunda Reid, Florence Thompson, Jackie Tatum and Alyce Louis, members of the USO Camp Shows group. The money was raised through sale of wwaste materials collected in the junior chamber's Salvage for Victory campaign.

Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #642
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive.
  • HWRD DATE: 28-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Salvage Drive--Boy from Kalihi-Waena school with a tire.
  • WAR RECORD #646
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive--Boy from Kalihi-Waena school with a tire.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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Salvage Drive--Boy with tin foil.
  • WAR RECORD #647
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive--Boy with tin foil. Herman Henry Troche from Kaiulani School.
  • HWRD DATE: 14-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
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  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SALVAGE FOR VICTORY: The salvage campaign is one of young America's important contrubutions toward the winning of the war. Herman Henry Troche, pictured here, is among enthusiastic young Honolulans who have been gathering tin foil for victory salvage. Herman, 8, son of Paul S. Troche and Mrs. Earnesta Troche, was assisted by his brother Paul Jr. in gathering tin foil which was taken to the first aid station in Palama. Herman is in his second year at Robello school and Paul Jr., 11 years of age, is in his fifth year at Kaiulani school.

Rubber (Jap). Nippon-made scrap rubber
  • WAR RECORD #654
  • DESCRIPTION: Rubber (Jap). Nippon-made scrap rubber that will help Uncle Sam sink the rising sun was donated today by 1st. Lt. Wm. J. Edwards, ordnance department, USA, to Hawaii's rubber salvage drive. Lt. Edwards, from Winston-Salem, N.C., is shown here with a Japanese rubber life raft salvaged by army ordnance personnel after the Dec. 7th attack. The raft will be sent to the Ala Moana "Rubber mountain."
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Jul-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: NIPPON AIDS RUBBER DRIVE: Nippon-made scrap rubber that will help Uncle Sam sink the rising sun was donated today by 1st Lt. William J. Edwards, ordance department, USA, to Hawaii's rubber salvage drive. Lt. Edwards, who is from Winston-Salem, N.C., is pictured here with a Japanese rubber life raft salvaged by army ordnance personnel after the December 7 attack. The raft will be sent to the Ala Moana "rubber mountain."

Rubber (Jap).
  • WAR RECORD #657
  • DESCRIPTION: Rubber (Jap). Mr. Turner of Standard Oil with scrap rubber from a Japanese submarine.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Jul-42 (Date on back of photo.)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 10 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: JAPANESE RUBBER, TOO: The Japanese didn't know it when they raided Pearl Harbor December 7, but they began then and there contributing to the Salvage for Victory (rubber) drive in Honolulu. Kenneth Hnutsen, Honolulu surveyor, that day at the harbor picked up two mementoes of the outbreak of war--a long, thin strip or gasket, used to stop the door of a Japanese submarine; and a small vibration absorber used in a Nippon plane. He has given these to the local Salvage for Victory committee, whose chairman, D.W. Turner, is shown here with examining them appreciatively. The Salvage for Victory drive officially ends today, but actually rubber donations will still be accepted--with thanks.

Chaplain Howell M. Forgy
  • WAR RECORD #674
  • DESCRIPTION: "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition," said Chaplain Howell M. Forgy of Haddenfield, N.J., in the hold of an American warship during the Dec. 7th attack on Pearl Harbor. Since then a song is sweeping the nation has been made from his words. Chaplain Forgy is still on duty here.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Nov-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: HIS WORDS MADE A SONG: "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition," said Chaplain Howell M. Forgy of Haddenfield, N.J., in the hold of an American warship during the December 7 attack on Pearl Harbor. Since then a song that is sweeping the nation has been made from his words. Chaplain Forgy is still on duty here.

Sulfa Drug Preparation.
  • WAR RECORD #678
  • DESCRIPTION: Sulfa Drug Preparation. Miss Mary McCall, University of Hawaii student, and Sgt. Alva Henderson, member of the Army institute attending classes at the university, prepare a sulfa drug solution to be stored in case of another island attack, when the medicines will be used in the treatment of casualties. The drugs have proved miracle workers on the battlefields of World War II.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Oct-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 31 Dec 1942
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Speak American Campaign.
  • WAR RECORD #679
  • DESCRIPTION: Speak American Campaign. Students from 18 to 65 are enrolled in a score of English centers established in Honolulu for non-English speaking residents. Shown at Pohukaina school, Mrs. May Wedemeyer, librarian, turns tutor for her class, composed chiefly of mothers. The Americanization through language program, stimulated by the current Speak American campaign is spreading to rural areas and to the outside islands. SPonsors of the classes are the University of Hawaii adult education department, the YWCA, YMCA, Friends society and Palama settlement.
  • HWRD DATE: 31-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 31 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: LEARNING AMERICAN: Students from 18 to 65 are enrolling in a score of English centers established in Honolulu for non-English speaking residents. In the picture, at Pohukaina school, Mrs. May Wedemeyer, librarian, turns tutor for her class, composed chiefly of mothers. The Americanization through language program, stimulated by the current Speak American campaign, is spreading to rural areas and to the outside islands. Sponsors of the classes are the University of Hawaii adult education department, the YWCA, YMCA, Friends society and Palama settlement.

Securities Protected.
  • WAR RECORD #681
  • DESCRIPTION: Securities Protected. R. Ray Scott, associate professor of education, and chairman of the department of education, at University of Hawaii, was the first person to call at Bishop National bank this morning to have his securities registered and perforated with the letter H under new regulations here. Operating the perforating machine is Mrs. Herbert A. Clark of the bank staff. Perforation and registration started today at this bank, Bank of Hawaii, Bishop Trust Co. and Hawaiian Trust Co.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Jul-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SECURITIES PROTECTEDD: R. Ray Scott, associate professor of education, and chairman of the department of education, at the University of Hawaii, was the first person to call at Bishop National bank this morning to have his securities registered and perforated with the letter H under new regulations here. Operating the perforating machine is Mrs. Herbert A. Clark of the bank staff. Perforation and registration started today at this bank, Bank of Hawaii, Bishop Trust Co. and Hawaiian Trust Co.

Officer Candidates.
  • WAR RECORD #683
  • DESCRIPTION: Officer Candidates. Here are the five Oahu men who have been selected for officer's candidtat school training on the mainland. They are, left to right, Jack Stone, 2109 Kalakua Ave.; George Rpberts, 491 E. Rd., Damon Tract; William J. Lindeman, Long Beach, Cal., employee of Hawaiian Constructors at Hickam Field; Francis J.P. James, 2948 East Manoa Rd., and G. Calbert Simons, 1918 Komaia Dr. Sixth man is Maj. Henry L. Best, deputy director, territorial selective service.
  • HWRD DATE: 15-Dec-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 15 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: OFFICER CANDIDATES: Here are the five Oahu men who have been selected for officer's candidate school training on the mainland. They are, from left to right, Jack Stone, 2109 Kalakaua Ave.; George Roberts, 491 E. Rd., Damon tract; William J. Lindeman, Long Beach, Cal., employee of Hawaiian Constructors at Hickam Field; Francis J.P. James, 2945 East Manoa Rd., and G. Calbert Ssimons, 1915 Komala Drive. Sixth man is Maj. Henry L. Best, deputy director, territorial selective service. If the men pass their OCS courses, they will be sent to officer's training school and will be graduated as commissioned officers.

St. Andrew's Center opening.
  • WAR RECORD #684
  • DESCRIPTION: St. Andrew's Center opening. Prominent persons in Army, Navy, and civilian circles here attended a luncheon Tuesday marking the opening of Center for Service Men, a dining room catering exclusively to service man. At the left, right to left, are: Bishop S. Harrington Littell, the Rev. Ardys T. Dean, Mayor Petrie and Lt. Col. F.L. Bock, USA. On the right, left to right, are: Attorney Robbins B. Anderson and Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Aug-42 (Date on back of photo.)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 12 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AT ST. ANDREW'S CENTER OPENING: Prominent persons in army, navy and civilian circles here attended a luncheon Tuesday marking the opening of St. Andrew's Center for Service men. At the left, right to left, are: Bishop S. Harrington Littell, the Rev. Ardys T. Dean, Mayor Petrie and Lt. Col. F.L. Beck, USA. On the right, left to right, are: Attorney Robbins B. Anderson and Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. The center, located in Davies Hall, St. Andrew's cathedral groounds, Emma St. is open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., daily, except Sunday.

Scrap for the Scrap.
  • WAR RECORD #686
  • DESCRIPTION: Scrap for the Scrap.
  • HWRD DATE: 5-Nov-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 5 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SCRAP FOR THE SCRAP: One of the dozen 875 pound shells donated by Honolulu Post No. 1, American Legion, is pictured here, as it was hoisted aboard a navy truck bound for the war scrap pile. With the missile are, left to right, Jack Leiton, department and post adjutant; Jorgen Jorgensen, charter member of the post and first vice commander, department of Hawaii; J.L. Padgett, past post commander and department chaplain, and G.R. Proctor, first vice commander of the post.

Scrap Metal Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #690
  • DESCRIPTION: Scrap Metal Drive. Mrs. Anita Collins, kneeling, tries out the combination to the 100 year old German made safe that will soon be shipped to the mainland for the scrap metal drive. Miss Betty Dester looks on.
  • HWRD DATE: 31-Oct-42
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Fighters, All Sizes.
  • WAR RECORD #692
  • DESCRIPTION: Fighters, All Sizes. Tall or short American lads in the army and navy are scrappers all. Walking post in Honolulu today are Pfc. Glen Minyard, left, of the military police, who is from Weleetka, Okla., and Frank Renz, USN, of the shore patrol, who is from Brookline, N.Y. Glen is 6 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 242 pounds. Frank is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Jul-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Jul 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FIGHTERS, ALL SIZES: Tall or short, American lads in the army and navy are scrappers all, as witness what they did to Mister Tojo's boys in the Coral sea and Midway battles. Walking post in Honolulu today are Private First Class Glen Minyard, left, of the military police, who is from Weleetka, Okla., and Frank Renz, USN, of the shore patrol, who is from Brookline, N.Y. Glen is 6 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 242 pounds. Frank is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds.

USO Organization.
  • WAR RECORD #699
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Organization. Seated is Mrs. Platt Cooke, USO Territorial director, and is shown with other USO staff members.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Oct-42
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USO Organization.
  • WAR RECORD #700
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Organization. Seated right is Frank C. Atherton, chairman of the territorial USO, with Mrs. J. Platt Cooke, USO territorial director.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Oct-42
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USO-Salvation Army Doughnut Canteen.
  • WAR RECORD #714
  • DESCRIPTION: USO-Salvation Army Doughnut Canteen.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Dec-42
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USO Salvation Army Doughnut Canteen.
  • WAR RECORD #715
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Salvation Army Doughnut Canteen.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: 509,840th DOUGHNUT: Setting a record of sorts, the USO-Salvation Army doughnut canteen recently dispensed their 509,840th doughnut, pictured above, being devoured by a dog of the defense corps. J.E. McCormack is pictured at the right, M.W. McBane, left, with the dog. Salvation Army's Maj. and Mrs. A.M. Holbrook are in the background.

USO Show.
  • WAR RECORD #726
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Show.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Sep-42
  • BOX #2
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USO Show.
  • WAR RECORD #727
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Show.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Sep-42
  • BOX #2
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USO Show.
  • WAR RECORD #728
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Show.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Sep-42
  • BOX #2
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USO Show.
  • WAR RECORD #729
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Show.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Sep-42
  • BOX #2
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At USO Show.
  • WAR RECORD #733
  • DESCRIPTION: At USO Show.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Sep-42
  • BOX #2
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Victory Garden Show display at Mckinley High School cafeteria
  • WAR RECORD #779
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show display at Mckinley High School cafeteria seen by Governor and Mrs. Igram M. Stainback.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 23 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: GOVERNOR SEES SHOW: Governor and Mrs. Ingram M. Stainback were early visitors at the Victory Garden show at McKinley high school cafeteria Saturday. Here they are discussing the exhibits with Ashley C. Browne, left, who was show manager in charge of the displays.

Victory Garden Show potatoes held by Governor Ingram M. Stainback.
  • WAR RECORD #780
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show potatoes held by Governor Ingram M. Stainback.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #781
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show: Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and Walter F. Dillinghan, director of food production for the islands see the vegetable display. With them is Ashley C. Browne, shown manager of the displays.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 23 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: THEY'RE AGREED: Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, commander in chief of the Pacific fleet, and in the islands, are agreed as to the fine quality of vegetables on display and the variety which it is possible to grow on Oahu.

Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #782
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show: Mr. Browne shows carrots to Mayor Lester Petrie, Briant H. Wells, Rtd., and S.O. Halls.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 23 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: YES, THEY'RE CARROTS: Mr. Browne shows an entry of this presently scarce vegetable to, left to right, Mayor Lester Petrie, Briant H. Wells, Rtd., and S.O. Halls. These first prize carrots were grown by Mrs. Francis C.T. Wong in the Central Union Victory Garden.

Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #783
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show: The best avocado in the show is admired by Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Green, 1st Sgt. George T. Burdeau and Riley H. Allen.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42 (Printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 23 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: BEST AVOCADO: The best avocado in the show, entered by Eben Low, is admired by Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Green, First Sergeant George T. Burdeau and Riley H. Allen, show committee chairman. Gen. Green and Sergeant Burdeau won a citation together in France 25 years ago.

Victory Garden Show: Branch of dates displayed.
  • WAR RECORD #784
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show: Branch of dates displayed.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42
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Mrs. Wang and her victory garden.
  • WAR RECORD #785
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Wang and her victory garden.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Nov-42 (Printed)
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Emblem of Honor pins presented on Armistice Day
  • WAR RECORD #817
  • DESCRIPTION: Emblem of Honor pins presented on Armistice Day to three Honolulu women who have four or more members of their immediate families in the armed forces. W.C. McDermid, acting pres. of the Chamber of Commerce Retail Board pins them on Mrs. Rose Higgins, 1806 Kamehameha IV Rd., four sons in the service; Mrs. Josephine J. Redmon, 1447 Kewalo St., four sons in the service and Mrs. E.A. Haloway, 1309 Arsenal Rd., husband and three sons in the service.
  • HWRD DATE: 13-Oct-42
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OCD volunteers.
  • WAR RECORD #820
  • DESCRIPTION: OCD volunteers at the information directory to answer questions. Left to right, Mrs. Antonio Perry, Mrs. Robbins D. Anderson, chairman, and Mrs. Olaf L. Sorenson are on the second shift.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Aug-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 26 Aug 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: PHONE 6473 FOR THE ANSWER: Volunteers who form the information directory which began operating Monday at the Kaahumanu school headquarters of the women's division, have had through training in the functions of the OCD. If they don't know the answer, they can tell you where to find it. In the second shift, pictured here, left to right, are Mrs. Antonio Perry, Mrs. Robbins B. Anderson, chairman, and Mrs. Olaf L. Sorenson. Volunteers in the first shift were Mrs. Thomas Quinn, Miss Katherine Woodford and Mrs. Sidney L. Keller.

Women's Army Volunteer Corp
  • WAR RECORD #822
  • DESCRIPTION: Women's Army Volunteer Corp at the Palace Bld. L. to r., Lt. Kellett, Capt. Holwill, Lt. Allen.
  • HWRD DATE: 10-Oct-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 10 Oct 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: Lt. Kellett, Capt. Holwill, Lt. Allen - GIRLS AT THE CAPITOL.

Meeting of women of the Office of Civilian Defense.
  • WAR RECORD #824
  • DESCRIPTION: Meeting of women of the Office of Civilian Defense.
  • HWRD DATE: 13-Aug-42
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Women street cleaners.
  • WAR RECORD #825
  • DESCRIPTION: Women street cleaners, an outgrowth of the manpower shortage, are L. to R. Annie K. Naavarro, Mary Cheong, and Agnes P. Pimental.
  • HWRD DATE: 21-Oct-42
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Miss Isabel M. Gomes
  • WAR RECORD #826
  • DESCRIPTION: Miss Isabel M. Gomes does her part as a butcher in a downtown market.
  • HWRD DATE: 29-Sep-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 29 Sep 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SHE DOES HER BIT: Miss Isabel M. Gomes, butcher at a downtown market, is one of hundreds of women in Honolulu performing unusual tasks in the war effort. Miss Gomes lives at 756 6th Ave. and there are 13 others in her family--her parents and six brothers and five sisters.

Mrs. Herman V. Von Holt
  • WAR RECORD #827
  • DESCRIPTION: For women at war week, Mrs. Herman V. von Holt Chairman of the volunteer special services of the Hawaii Red Cross, wears her uniform of slate blue gabardine twill.
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Nov-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 24 Nov 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: WOMEN IN UNIFORM: Mrs. Herman V. von Holt is chairman of the volunteer special services of the Hawaii chapter, American Red Cross, directing the activities of from 5,000 and 8,000 volunteer workers in the territory. In connection with the observance of Women at War Week she wears her uniform of slate blue gabardine twill with military jacket, civil war model cap, white blouse and Red Cross insignia on the sleeve and lapels.

A display of women's uniforms.
  • WAR RECORD #828
  • DESCRIPTION: Women at War Week is noted by a display of women's uniforms. Pictured l. to r. are two navy nurses, an army volunteer, a WARD, Mrs. Hermann von Holt in charge of Hawaii Red Cross volunteers, a Red Cross Canteen worker, a Red Cross Motor Pool driver, and an Army nurse.
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Nov-42
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War Worker, Orin K. Cox, from New York city
  • WAR RECORD #848
  • DESCRIPTION: War Worker, Orin K. Cox, from New York city played Santa Claus to 8 Salvation Army children by treating them to turkey dinner, giving them each a gift, and depositing $5. in each of their savings accounts.
  • HWRD DATE: 31-Dec-42
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 31 Dec 1942
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SANTA IN DISGUISE: Though minus Santa Claus costume, Orin K. Cox, a war worker from New York, never the less filled the role of Santa adequately, as far as these eight children from the Salvation Army mission were concerned. On Christmas Day, Mr. Cox bought gifts for the children, shown with him in the picture, deposited $5 in a savings account for each one, treated them to a turkey dinner, then to a movie.

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