Hawai'i War Records Depository Photographs: 1943

Spraying by Dengue Control
  • WAR RECORD #32
  • DESCRIPTION: Spraying by Dengue Control
  • NOTE: See also War Record # 97
  • HWRD DATE: Aug-43
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Spraying by Dengue Control
  • WAR RECORD #33
  • DESCRIPTION: Spraying by Dengue Control
  • HWRD DATE: Aug-43
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Spraying by Dengue Control
  • WAR RECORD #34
  • DESCRIPTION: Spraying by Dengue Control
  • HWRD DATE: Aug-43
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Installation of Air Raid Siren
  • WAR RECORD #104
  • DESCRIPTION: Air raid siren being installed by workmen
  • HWRD DATE: 6-Feb-43 (printed)
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AJA Volunteers Waiting for Transportation
  • WAR RECORD #116
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers waiting for transportation
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Mar-43
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Medical Examination of AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #117
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: medical examination Shigeo Fujioka, 25, of 1560 Miller St. being examined by Capt. Hyman Adler, MC, USA.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Mar-43 (printed)
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Medical Examination of AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #118
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: medical examination
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Mar-43
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Medical Examination of AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #119
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: medical examination
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Mar-43
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Medical Examination of AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #120
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: medical examination
  • HWRD DATE: Mar-43
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Aloha to AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #121
  • DESCRIPTION: Aloha to AJA volunteers
  • HWRD DATE: 29-Mar-43
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Chaplain Lt. Masao Yamada
  • WAR RECORD #122
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: Chaplain Lt. Masao Yamada
  • HWRD DATE: 4-Jun-43 (printed)
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St. Louis and McKinley High School AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #123
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers
    St. Louis and McKinley students and principals
    L. to R.: Paul A. Uyeshiro, & Bro. Paul Sibbing of St. Louis; Walton M. Gordon and Gilbert Kawamae of McKinley
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Apr-43 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Apr 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: OFF TO WAR: Congradulations and aloha are extended two of 20 St. Louis and McKinley high school students of Japanese ancestry by their respective school principals at graduation ceremonies Thursday at McKinley auditorium. Above, left to right, Paul A. Uyeshiro and Brother Paul Sibbing, of St. Louis college; Walton M. Gordon and Gilbert Kawamae, of McKinley.
Farrington High School AJA Volunteers
  • WAR RECORD #124
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA volunteers: Farrington High School groups after receiving diplomas
    Front row L to R: Alfred Arakaki, Robert Hashimoto, Stanley Hashimoto, James Horinouchi, Walter Ishiki, Gary Ishimura
    Center: Masami Ito, Robert Katayama, Charles Kubota, Tsuneshi Maruo, Tsutomu Matsuno, Masaru Taira, Thomas Tamai, Fred Tani
    Rear L to R: Isamu Tsuchimoto, Masao Yamasaki, Harry Moromisata, Hidenori Oganeku
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Apr-43 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 3 Apr 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FARRINGTON AJA FAREWELL: Pictured are the Farrington high school students who are leaving soon for combat service with the U.S. army, and who were awarded diplomas Friday. Left to right, front row, are Alfred Arakaki, Robert Hashimoto, Stanley Hashimoto, James Horinouchi, Walter Ishiki and Gary Ishimura. Center, left to right, Masami Ito, Robert Katayama, Charles Kubota, Tsuneshi Maruo, Tsutomu, Masao Yamasaki, Harry Moromisata and Hidenori Oganeku.
William Stevenson's Blackout Shield for Street Lamps
  • WAR RECORD #155
  • DESCRIPTION: Blackout: shields for street lamps with William Stevenson, designer
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Sep-43
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AJA Volunteers in Palace Grounds
  • WAR RECORD #160
  • DESCRIPTION: AJA Volunteers in Palace Grounds, March 28, 1943
  • HWRD DATE: 29-Mar-43
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 29 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: ALOHA TO VOLUNTEERS: A solid sea of khaki uniforms is caught in this photo, taken Sunday afternoon at Iolani palace grounds where 2,600 American Japanese volunteers were tendered an aloha tribute by the community. Fifteen thousand spectators jammed the palace grounds to congratulate the combat team, soon to leave for Camp Shelby, Miss., for training for overseas duty.
The Suzuki Family Reads News of Capt. Suzuki's Heroic Deeds
  • WAR RECORD #161
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Taro Suzuki and children rejoicing over news of her husband Capt. Suzuki who led a force of Hawaii AJA soldiers in the rescue of 22 American paratroopers in Italy.
    L. to R., Enid Tatsui, 13, Mrs. Suzuki, and Alexander Cornelison, 10.
  • HWRD DATE: 12-Oct-43 (printed)
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Blood-plasma Bank Staff Members
  • WAR RECORD #162
  • DESCRIPTION: Blood-plasma bank: members of staff after moving into its new building on Queen's Hospital grounds.
    Sitting L. To R., Dr. Forrest J. Pinkerton, Mrs. B.H. Bond, Dr. John W. Devereaux,
    Standing L. to R., Mrs. Sidney Smith, Miss Mae Simeona, Hiroshi Daifuku, Mrs. Katherine Benson, Mrs. Mary Ford.
  • HWRD DATE: 20-Jul-43 (printed)
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Blood Bank Staff
  • WAR RECORD #172
  • DESCRIPTION: Blood Bank Staff.
    L. to R., front row--Mrs. George Swearingen, Mrs. William Ford, Miss Mae Simeona, Miss Florence Flynn, Dr. John W. Devereaux, Mrs. E.B. Devoy, Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mrs. James K. Clapper, Mrs. Charles Hemphill, Mrs. R. Briner, Dr. Forrest J. Pinkerton. Back row--Mrs. Jessie Kahalewai, Miss Laura Ching, Joseph Okumura, Mrs. Lydia Campbell, Mrs. Louis Hirsch, Mrs. Edwin Veves, Miss Dorothy Chun, Miss Loretta Young, Mrs. John Trotter, Mrs. B. Howell Bond.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Feb-43
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Dr. Pinkerton and Mrs. Bond Checking Master Register
  • WAR RECORD #173
  • DESCRIPTION: Dr. Forest J. Pinkerton and Mrs. B. Howell Bond checking "master register" which contains blood type records of every person who donated blood.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Feb-43
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Blood-plasma Donor - Pharmacist's Mate Homer H. Elsey
  • WAR RECORD #174
  • DESCRIPTION: Blood-plasma donor: Pharmacist's Mate Homer H. Elsey, U.S.N., of Vinita, Oklahoma. With him are L. to R., Mrs. Thomas King of the Red Cross Motor Corps and Mrs. Zadoc Brown, Red Cross Canteen worker.
  • HWRD DATE: 16-Jan-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 16 Jan 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: TO SAVE A LIFE: Pharmacist's Mate Homer H. Elsey, USN, of Vinita, Okla., gives a pint of his own blood to the Honolulu blood-plasma bank to repay a 'debt' of three transfusions which recently saved the life of his sister. With him are Mrs. Zadoc Brown, left, Red Cross canteen worker, with coffee and a sandwich, and Mrs. Thomas King, of the Red Cross motor corps.
Mayor Lester Petrie Buys a Bond from Junior Hawaiian Civic Club
  • WAR RECORD #184
  • DESCRIPTION: Mayor Lester Petrie buys a bond from Junior Hawaiian Civic Club. L. to R., Miss Jackie Paikuli, Mayor Petrie, and Calvin Ontai.
  • HWRD DATE: 30-Sep-43
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Junior Hawaiian Civic Club Members Discuss War Bond Booth Plans
  • WAR RECORD #185
  • DESCRIPTION: Junior Hawaiian Civic Club members discuss war bond booth plans with Ernest K. Kai, secretary of the Territory and President of the Hawaiian Civic Club
    L. to R., Edna Stephen, Gerry Rose, Jackie Paikuli, Mr. Ernest Kai.
  • HWRD DATE: 28-Sep-43 (printed)
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Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Honolulu Buys War Loan Securities
  • WAR RECORD #186
  • DESCRIPTION: Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Honolulu, Ltd., buys $100,000 in 3rd War Loan securities at Liberty Bank. Standing L. to R., C.T. Wong, Charles H. Davies, Edmund Lai. Seated, L. to R., B.J. Eaves, Kam Tai Lee.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Sep-43
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Star-Bulletin Carrier Lino Buenconsejo Owns Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #187
  • DESCRIPTION: Star-Bulletin carrier Lino Buenconsejo, Jr. of Wahiawa, a grand nephew of Manuel Quezon. Lino owns $1,225 in bonds when this picture was taken.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Sep-43 (printed)
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OCD Neighborhood Unit Members Sell War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #188
  • DESCRIPTION: OCD neighborhood unit members sell war bonds.
    L. to R., Mrs. Adeline Enoka, Melba Enoka, Mrs. John H. Roberts,Sr., Mrs. Evonne Silva.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Sep-43 (printed)
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Honolulu Chamber of Commerce Members Who Are Selling War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #189
  • DESCRIPTION: Honolulu Chamber of Commerce members [?] who were selling war bonds under direction of Major General Briant H. Wells, USA, retired.
    Seated, L. to R., Frank E. Midkiff, president, Chamber of Commerce, George H. Angus, John G. Zabriskie, Gen. Wells, A.N. Campbell.
    Standing, L. to R., John A. Hamilton, E.H. Campbell, Thomas Dahl, Harry L. Dawson, Eric H. George, S.O. Halls, Charles F. Honeywell, Willis K. Leong, Charles F. Loomis, Charles T. Oliphant, C.W. Turner, Alfred H. Vieira, Capt. K.W. Chapman, F.J. Johnson, Roy C. Kesner, William K. Hanifin.
  • HWRD DATE: 20-Sep-43 (printed)
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Lei Day War Bond Committee
  • WAR RECORD #190
  • DESCRIPTION: Lei Day War Bond Committee
    Seated L. to R., Nenichi Kamuri, Clifford L. Stark, William K. Leong, Col. Gordon C. Ross
    Standing L. to R., John A. Gomes, John A. Doyle, R.M. Gordon, Charles E. Nolan, L. Porter Dickinson
  • HWRD DATE: 30-Apr-43 (printed)
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Mrs. Lillian Kaahea with Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #191
  • DESCRIPTION: Mrs. Lillian Kaahea, lei vendor, with bonds
  • HWRD DATE: 30-Apr-43 (printed)
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Senator Charles M. Peters Buys War Bond
  • WAR RECORD #192
  • DESCRIPTION: Senator Charles M. Peters, Maui, buys war bond from George Michopulos of Detor Jewelry Store
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Apr-43
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Theaters Sell War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #193
  • DESCRIPTION: Theaters sell war bonds.
    L. to R., Vera Bogden, J. Roger MacGuigan, L.P. Rosen.
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Apr-43 (printed)
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A.A.U. Oahu County Boxing Committee Purchases War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #194
  • DESCRIPTION: A.A.U. Oahu County Boxing Committee purchases $10,000 worth of war bonds.
    L. to R., Dr. Barney Iwanaga, Don Watson, Adam Ornellas.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Apr-43
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A.A.U. Oahu Country Boxing Committee Purchases War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #195
  • DESCRIPTION: A.A.U. Oahu County Boxing Committee purchases $10,000 worth of war bonds.
    L. to R., Al Karaskick; Don Watson; Adam Ornellas; Dr. Barney Iwanaga; Theodore "Pump" Searle.
  • HWRD DATE: 23-Apr-43
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Members of Life Underwriters Association Receiving Citations for War Bond Work
  • WAR RECORD #196
  • DESCRIPTION: Five members of Life Underwriters Association of Hawaii receiving citations for outstanding war bond work.
    L. to R., Stanley S. Sugihara; N.C. Villanueva; Ernest I. Furukawa; Walter Aloiau; William H. Mountcastle; Mr. Philip E. Spalding presenting the citations.
  • HWRD DATE: 19-Apr-43 (printed)
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Leaders Confer for Second War Loan Campaign
  • WAR RECORD #197
  • DESCRIPTION: Second war loan campaign. Leaders confer.
    L. to R., Philip E. Spalding, George S. Waterhouse, Calvin P. Hunter.
  • HWRD DATE: 17-Apr-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 17 Apr 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: DIRECTOR OF SALES: Calvin P. Hunter, right, secretary of Theo. H. Davies & Co., has been named director of sales for the second war loan campaign here. Pictured with Mr. Hunter is George S. Waterhouse, center, chairman of the special securities committee, and, left, Phillip E. Spalding, chairman of the territorial advisory war savings committee.
Two Children Purchase War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #198
  • DESCRIPTION: Two godchildren of President Manuel L. Quezon and Vice-President Sergio Osmena of the Philippines purchase war bonds at Detor Jewelry Store. L. to R., George Michopulos, N.C. Villanueva, Constantino Manuel Gorospe, Cornelio Gorospe, Jr.
  • HWRD DATE: 12-Apr-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 12 Apr 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: REMEMBER BATAAN: Two godchildren in Honolulu of the two highest chief executives of the Phillippines Commonwealth government in exile were among the first to buy each a U.S. war bond on the opening day of the Bataan-Corregidor war bond drive. They are the Gorospe brothers, Constantino Manuel and Cornelio Jr., whose famous godfathers, President Manuel L. Quezon and VIce President Sergio Osmena, respectively, of the Phillippines, are in Washington. They are shown here with George Michopulos, president of Detor Jewelers, Limited, and N.D. Villanueve, who happily sold the bonds which will help redeem and free the Phillippines.
Bataan-Corregidor War Bond Sale
  • WAR RECORD #199
  • DESCRIPTION: Bataan-Corregidor war bond sale.
    L. to R., F.A. Respicio and T. Matsuo, manager of International Theater, who cooperated in showing of film "Dadaling Araw" for benefit of drive.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Apr-43
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Bataan-Corregidor War Bond Sale
  • WAR RECORD #200
  • DESCRIPTION: Bataan-Corregidor war bond sale.
    L. to R., F.A. Respicio and T. Matsuo, manager of International Theater, who cooperated in showing of film "Madaling Araw" for benefit of drive.
  • HWRD DATE: 8-Apr-43
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 8 Apr 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: F.A. Respicio of the Bataan-Corregidor war bond drive committee, left, and Tatsuro Matsuo, manager of the International Theatre. Mr. Matsuo, who will furnish stamps and bonds for sale tomorrow at his theatre, is seen formally giving his consent to Mr. Respicio, giving his theatre free to the Filipino committee to be used for the showing of Madaling Araw. Mr. Respicio is donating the showing of the patrotic film tomorrow to help stimulate the sale off war bonds and stamps. The above picture was taken in front of special war bond booth of the International Theatre.
Special Committee for Second War Bond Drive
  • WAR RECORD #201
  • DESCRIPTION: Special Committee for Second War Bond drive April 12-31, 1943.
    Seated L. to R., Fred H. Kanne; George S. Waterhouse; Attorney A. Lewis, Jr.,
    Standing L. to R., Cyril F. Damon, Alva E. Steadman, Senator Francis K. Sylva, Theodore F. Trent, Michael R. Levey, C.R. Hemenway, Thomas A. Tam.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Apr-43 (printed)
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Kaloaloa School Receives Minute Man Flag
  • WAR RECORD #204
  • DESCRIPTION: Kaloaloa School receives Minute Man Flag. Holding the flag: Larry Bittner and Mrs. Henry F. Damon.
    Standing behind, L. to R., Mrs. Mokumaia Mana, former principal; Miss Pauline Weiller, treasury representative; Mrs. Dollie Richmond, principal; Capt. B. Levern, U.S.A.
  • HWRD DATE: 29-Apr-43
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 29 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: MINUTE MAN TREASURY AWARD: Kaloaloa school, Damon tract, was honored by receiving the Minute Man flag award at a ceremony on the school grounds recently. Guests and participants in the program pictured above are, left to right, Mrs. Henry F. Damon, holding the flag with Master Larry Bittner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bittner; Capt. B. Levern, U.S. army; Mrs. Dollie Richmond, principal; Miss Pauline Weiller, treasury representative, and Mrs. Mokumaia Mana, former principal.
Members of Corps of Engineers Motor Pool Buy Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #205
  • DESCRIPTION: Five members of Corps of Engineers motor pool buy bonds at Detor Jewelry Store. L. to R., D.B. Johns and James Johns of El Ceritor, Calif., Gilbert Burger of Los Angeles; Russell Swanson of San Francisco; George Borloton of New Jersey; George N. Michopulos, president of Detor's.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Mar-43
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 25 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: INVESTMENT IN UNCLE SAM: Apparently the sky was the limit when five men, all members of the corps of engineers motor pool at Kikiki and Beretania Sts., called recently at Detor's Jewelers, official war bond sales agency, and purchased $10,000 of securities. In the picture, left to right, are D.B. Johns and James Johns of El Cerito, Cal.; Gilbert Burger of Los Angeles, Russell Swanson of San Francisco, and George Borloton of New Jersey, the purchasers, and George N. Michopulos, president of Detor's.
Members of Corps of Engineers Motor Pool Buy Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #206
  • DESCRIPTION: Five members of Corps of Engineers motor pool buy bonds at Detor's Jewelers. L. to R., D.B. Johns and James Johns of El Cerito, Calif., Gilbert Burger of Los Angeles; Russell Swanson of San Francisco; George Borloton of New Jersey; George N. Michopulos, president of Detor's.
  • HWRD DATE: 25-Mar-43
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Lunalilo School Receives Minute Man Flag
  • WAR RECORD #207
  • DESCRIPTION: Lunalilo School receives Minute Man Flag. Four fifth grade pupils dressed as Minute Man, L. to R., Charles Iwakami, George Abdul, Lane Ciacci, Gerald Ross. Standing behind, L. to R., Wallace Sakai; Mrs. Gladys Weatherbee, principal; Miss Pauline Weiller of Hawaii War Savings Staff.
  • HWRD DATE: 20-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 20 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: FOR BOND BUYING: Four fifth grade students at Lunalilo school dressed as Minute Men, symbol of the war bond program, for a program Friday, during which a treasury department citation and a Minute Man flag were presented. The Minute Men are, left to right, Charles Iwakami, George Abdul, Lane Ciacci and Gerald Ross. Others in the group are Wallace Sakai, Mrs. Gladys Weatherbee, principal, and Miss Pauline Weiller of the Hawaii war savings staff.
Honolulu Business College Students Receive War Bonds As Prizes
  • WAR RECORD #208
  • DESCRIPTION: Honolulu Business College students receive war bonds as prizes.
    L. to R., J. Edwin Whitlow, president; Yoshio Matsuyoshi; Nora Shibata; Lawrence Kuwaye.
  • HWRD DATE: 15-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 15 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: STUDENTS WIN BONDS: In a series of contests among students of Honolulu Business college, war bonds are being awarded the winners. Winners of the first contest, in bookkeeping, are pictured receiving congradulations and bonds from President J. Edwin Whitlow. Left to right, standing, are Yoshio Matsuyoshi, Nora Shibata and Lawrence Kuwaye.
University of Hawaii War Bond Booth
  • WAR RECORD #209
  • DESCRIPTION: University of Hawaii War Bond Booth
    L. to R: Richard Kuykendall, Chairman of ASUH War Council; President Gregg M. Sinclair buying a bond; Nora Saida in charge of booth.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Mar-43 (printed)
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Dairymen's Association Truck Advertises War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #210
  • DESCRIPTION: Dairymen's Association truck advertises war bonds. Miss Nancy Nagata points to sign on truck.
  • HWRD DATE: 11-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 11 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: SIGN OF THE TIMES: Miss Nancy Nagata points to the attractively colored war bond advertisement which Dairymen's Association, Ltd., is putting on its heavy duty trucks covering Oahu. The signs were painted under the direction of Fred Tamura, foreman of the sign department. L.A. McDonell is superintendent of transportation for Dairymen's.
Catholic Schools on Oahu Receive Distinguished Service Citation
  • WAR RECORD #211
  • DESCRIPTION: Catholic schools on Oahu receive Distinguished Service citation for purchase of war bonds and stamps.
    L. to R: Very Reverend Robert Schoofs, chairman of diocesan school board; Most Reverend James J. Sweeney, bishop of Honolulu; Fred H. Kanne, territorial administrator of war savings program; Rev. Charles S. Gienger, superintendent of diocesan schools.
  • HWRD DATE: 9-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 9 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: RECOGNITION: Because the students of 11 Oahu Catholic schools have purchased more than a half million dollars worth of war bonds and stamps through a schools' saving plan that has reached a weekly average of $2,500 in bonds and stamps, the treasury department on Saturday awarded a Distinguished Service citation to the Most Rev. James J.Sweeney, Bishop of Honolulu. Here he is shown receiving the certificate of recognition from Fred H. Kanne, territorial administrator of the war savings program. At the Bishop's left is the Very Rev. Robert Schoofs, chairman of the diocesan school board, and at Mr. Kanne's right is the Rev. Charles S. Geigner, superintendent of Diocesan schools, who also accepted the award on behalf of the students.
Territorial School for Deaf and Blind Receives Minute Man Flag
  • WAR RECORD #212
  • DESCRIPTION: Territorial School for Deaf and Blind receives Minute Man flag.
    L. to R: Yasuko Akimoto; Kikue Oshiro; Masako Sugita; Yoshinobu Yonamine.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: HANDICAPPED STUDENTS HONORED: On behalf of the territorial school for the deaf and blind, the four students above received a treasury department citation and Minute Man flag Monday. Left to right, they are Yasuko Akimoto, Kikue Oshiro, Masako Sugita and Yoshinobu Yonamine. Ninety three per cent of the students are purchasing war stamps on a systematic plan. Sam D. Palmer is principal of the school.
St. Louis College Receives Minute Man Flag
  • WAR RECORD #213
  • DESCRIPTION: St. Louis College receives Minute Man flag.
    L. to R: Fred H. Kanne; Brother Paul Sibing, president; Richard Kupau.
  • HWRD DATE: 1-Mar-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 1 Mar 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AWARD FOR ST. LOUIS COLLEGE: Richard Kupau, right, receives on behalf of St. Louis college, the U.S. treasury Minute Man flag from F.H. Kanne, left, administrator, Hawaii war savings staff, in a ceremony Thursday. Looking on is Brother Paul Sibbing, center, St. Louis president. Of St. Louis' 1,420 students, 96 1/2 per cent are regularly buying war stamps and bonds, and though extra curricular activities have been difficult because St. Louis has given up its main buildings for use as an aarmy hospital, $153,273 of bonds have been purchased by students.
Korean War Bond Drive Booth in Honolulu
  • WAR RECORD #214
  • DESCRIPTION: Korean War Bond drive booth (one of five in downtown Honolulu on 24th anniversary of Korea's declaration of independence.
    L. to R: Mrs. Bernice McQueerey; Mrs. Pauline Yang; Miss Sybil Sur; Mrs. Gertrude Min; Mrs. W.K. Ahn.
  • HWRD DATE: 26-Feb-43 (printed)
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  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 26 Feb 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: IN KOREAN BOND DRIVE: Dressed in colorful costumes, these five women of Korean extraction are selling war bonds in the current Korean bond drive. Left to right are Mrs. Bernice McQueerey, Mrs. Pauline Yang, Miss Sybil Sur, Mrs. Gertrude Min and Mrs. W.K. Ahn. Five special booths in downtown Honolulu are selling bonds as the Korean community observes the 24th anniversary of Korea's declaration of independence from Japan.
Star-Bulletin Carriers Sell Defense Stamps
  • WAR RECORD #215
  • DESCRIPTION: Star-Bulletin carriers sell defense stamps. Group picture of part of nearly 300 Star-Bulletin carriers.
  • HWRD DATE: 26-Feb-43 (printed)
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Star-Bulletin Carriers Sell Defense Stamps
  • WAR RECORD #216
  • DESCRIPTION: Star-Bulletin carriers sell defense stamps. Group picture of part of nearly 300 Star-Bulletin carriers.
  • HWRD DATE: 26-Feb-43
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University of Hawaii Coeds with Harold J. Boss
  • WAR RECORD #217
  • DESCRIPTION: Group of University of Hawaii coeds with President Harold J. Boss of Junior Chamber of Commerce.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Feb-43 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 22 Feb 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: AN $18.75 WAR BOND TOOK THEM ALL! Here's an enterprising young man who buys an $18.75 War Bond. That Bond will take eighteen delectable young ladies to the Washington's Birthday War Bond Ball!
University of Hawaii Coeds with Harold J. Boss
  • WAR RECORD #218
  • DESCRIPTION: Group of University of Hawaii coeds with president Harold J. Boss of Junior Chamber of Commerce.
  • HWRD DATE: 22-Feb-43
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Kauluwela School Sixth Grade Students Sell Many War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #219
  • DESCRIPTION: Two Kauluwela School sixth grade students sell many war bonds.
    L. to R., Sadie Sato; Rose Sato; Miss Anne Wade, principal; Joseph M. Skorpen, business manager of Department of Public Instruction.
  • HWRD DATE: 19-Feb-43 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 19 Feb 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: KAULUWELA'S MINUTE GIRLS: Since last October two 11 year old sixth grade students at Kauluwela school, Rose Sato and Sadie Ishino, have sold $22,143.25 worth of war bonds and stamps. In the picture Rose, left, sells a bond to Joseph M. Skorpen, business manager for the department of public instruction, while Sadie records the sale. Their adviser, Miss Anne Wade, looks on.
War Bond Booth No. 2, Sponsored by Bata Shoe Company
  • WAR RECORD #220
  • DESCRIPTION: War Bond Booth No. 2, sponsored by Bata Shoe Company.
    L. to R: James Kunst, manager of Bata Shoe Co., Fred H. Kanne; Mrs. Kunst; Leo L. Yerian, treasurer of Federal Employees' federal credit union.
  • HWRD DATE: 2-Feb-43 (printed)
  • NEWSPAPER: SB
  • NEWSPAPER PUBL DATE: 2 Feb 1943
  • NEWSPAPER CAPTION: NEW BOND BOOTH OPENS: James Kunst, manager of the Gata Shoe Co., was his wife's first customer when the new war bond booth at Fort and Hotel opened Monday. Fred H. Kanne, administrator of the Hawaii war savings staff, left, and Leo L. Yerian, treasurer of the federal employes' federal credit union, right, look on. Baata is sponsoring the booth, while the James Campbell estate has provided the space.
George N. Michopulos Buys More War Bonds
  • WAR RECORD #221
  • DESCRIPTION:George N. Michopulos buys $75,000 more war bonds as Italy collapses.
  • HWRD DATE:9-Sep-43 (printed)
  • BOX #1
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Army, Navy, and Civilians Cooperate in Bond Drive
  • WAR RECORD #222
  • DESCRIPTION:Army, navy and civilians cooperate in December 7, 1943 bond drive. Posing in one of the 15 special booths are, L. to R., Sergeant Lawrence C. George, Pittsfield, Mass., Mrs. Lois Cartwright, secretary at the USO Army & Navy YMCA, and Paul Kalamen, electricians mate first class of Grant City, Staten Island, N.Y.
  • HWRD DATE:4-Dec-43 (printed)
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Pearl Harbor Day Bond Canvasers
  • WAR RECORD #223
  • DESCRIPTION:Pearl Harbor Day bond canvassers.
    L. to R., Tatsuro Matsuo, Y.B. Goto, Capt. Burns and Dr. Ernest Murai study the special Pearl Harbor stamp for December 7, 1943, bond sale.
  • HWRD DATE:30-Nov-43 (printed)
  • BOX #1
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Roy Chibana Received War Bonds as Birthday Gift
  • WAR RECORD #235
  • DESCRIPTION:Roy Chibana, one year old, received $200 worth of bonds as a birthday gift (Sept., 1943)
  • HWRD DATE:22-Sep-43 (printed)
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Kawananakoa School Pupils Assist in Read A Book-Give a Book Campaign
  • WAR RECORD #268
  • DESCRIPTION:Kawananakoa School pupils assist in "Read a Book-Give a Book" campaign.
    Left to right: Bernice Carvalho, Lillie Takafuji, Maureen Iha, Clara Yoshikawa, and Margaret Nakamura.
  • HWRD DATE:22-Dec-43 (printed)
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  • WAR RECORD #287
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Lois Wist reads in the papers about Italy's collapse
  • WAR RECORD #491
  • DESCRIPTION:Lois Wist reads in the papers about Italy's collapse.
  • HWRD DATE:8-Sept-43 (printed)
  • BOX #2
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Buying extra newspapers to read about Italy's collapse
  • WAR RECORD #492
  • DESCRIPTION:Buying extra newspapers to read about Italy's collapse.
  • HWRD DATE:8-Sept-43 (printed)
  • BOX #2
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Presentation of Victory Drive funds
  • WAR RECORD #496
  • DESCRIPTION:Victory Drive funds totalling $26,265.35 presented on behalf of Koreans in Hawaii to Lt. Gen. Robert C. Richardson, Jr., Hawaiian Dept. commander, for use by U.S. in furtherance of the war effort. Left to right: Duke Chung, drive chairman; Gen. Richardson, Miss Elizabeth Ahn, Col. W.R.C. Morrison, Executive to the Military Governor, and Y.K. Kim, drive secretary.
  • HWRD DATE:2-Sept-43 (printed)
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Liquor Commission
  • WAR RECORD #501
  • DESCRIPTION:Liquor Commission, Secretaries of Oahu and other islands liquor commission in a meeting with Dr. W.H. Loper, Territorial director of liquor control. Seated left to right, are Charles Andrade, Kauai; Dr. Loper, and Eugene Bal, Maui; Standing, left to right, are Raymond Irwin, Honolulu; William D. Cordeiro, Hawaii; and William D. Kaluakini, Maui liquor inspector.
  • HWRD DATE:27-Mar-43 (printed)
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #510
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Honolulu's Business District. Pictured, a group waiting for bus on King St.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43 (printed)
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #511
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Honolulu's Business District. Pictured a group of children who were taken by their teachers to an area outside the congested business district.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43 (printed)
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #512
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Honolulu's Business District. Pictured service men at Vineyard and Nuuanu, outside alert area, waiting for the "all clear".
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43 (printed)
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #513
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District of Honolulu. For St. clear of crowds showing gas demonstration.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #514
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District of Honolulu. Fort Street.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #515
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District of Honolulu. Fort Street
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #516
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District of Honolulu. Fort Street.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #517
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District of Honolulu. Waiting for a bus.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #518
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District. Air Raid Wardens [?] wearing gas masks. [Comments: Wardens weren't armed yes, civilian wardens - these are Army]
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #519
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District. Civilians entering Manoa Valley Bus in front of Alexander Young Hotel on Bishop Street.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #520
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District. Picture--waiting outside of Evacuation Zone for the "all Clear".
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #521
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #522
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Air Raid Alert
  • WAR RECORD #523
  • DESCRIPTION:Air Raid Alert--Evacuation of Business District. Waiting outside evacuation zone, for the "all clear".
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43
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Canteen in Palace Grounds
  • WAR RECORD #534
  • DESCRIPTION:Canteen in Palace Grounds.
  • HWRD DATE:14-Jan-43
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Canteen in Palace Grounds
  • WAR RECORD #535
  • DESCRIPTION:Canteen in Palace Grounds.
  • HWRD DATE:14-Jan-43
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View of Canteen Kitchen
  • WAR RECORD #536
  • DESCRIPTION:View of Canteen Kitchen located in Palace Grounds.
  • HWRD DATE:14-Jan-43
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Interior view of Canteen
  • WAR RECORD #537
  • DESCRIPTION:Interior view of Canteen located in the Palace Grounds.
  • HWRD DATE:14-Jan-43
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Interior view of Canteen
  • WAR RECORD #538
  • DESCRIPTION:Interior view of Canteen located in the Palace Grounds.
  • HWRD DATE:14-Jan-43
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Occupational therapy patients amd nurses
  • WAR RECORD #549
  • DESCRIPTION:Occupational therapy patients with their instructors.
    Left to right: Lynn Abbott who is lacing Leather, Minoru Nakamoto, weaving (a functional exercise), Mrs. Laura N. Dowsett, head of the occupational therapy in the islands, John L. (Mac)McColl, who is learning to type, and Mrs. Marjorie Leicester.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (printed)
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New classes of volunteer occupational therapists
  • WAR RECORD #550
  • DESCRIPTION:New class of volunteer occupational therapists to teach crafts and exercises to service men in army and navy hospitals here.
    Left to right; front row: Mrs. June Lawson, Mrs. Editha Mahn and Mrs. Florence Begg.
    Rear row, Mrs. Dorothy H. Nott, Mrs. Dorothy Silver, Mrs. Laura Carsell and Mrs. Marjorie Leicester.
  • HWRD DATE:26-Mar-43 (printed)
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War poster contest
  • WAR RECORD #557
  • DESCRIPTION:War poster contest sponsored by Junior Civilian Defense Corps and the high school Victory Corps.
    Alberta Ogen, third grade, Kapalama School, poses with the winning posters of Melvin Liqua, third grade, Likelike School, and Ernest Morimoto, senior McKinley High School.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Dec-43 (printed)
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Winners in poster contest
  • WAR RECORD #558
  • DESCRIPTION:Winners in the school poster contest for the Hon. Community and War Chest pictured with C.W. Turner, chairman of the publicity committee.
    Left to right: Pamela McCarty, first prize winner; Betty Ellis, second prize winner; and Marcella Kaopua, Florence Akina and Marie Adams, honorable mention.
  • HWRD DATE:26-Oct-43 (printed)
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Inspecting the posters
  • WAR RECORD #559
  • DESCRIPTION:Inspecting one of the new posters that are on display in Honolulu in connection with Hawaii's part in the current national Food Fights for Freedom program.
    Left to right: Kum Pui Lai, executive sec'ty of the Tuberculosis Ass'n of Hawaii; Mrs. Marjorie Abel, Board of health nutritionist; Mrs. Erma C. Guntzer, assistant territorial director of the office of community war services, federal security agency, and Mrs. Miriam Jackson Emery, director of home service dep't, Haw'n Electric Co., all members of the territorial nutrition committee.
  • HWRD DATE:11-Oct-43
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New personnel members of the territorial office of price administration
  • WAR RECORD #567
  • DESCRIPTION: New personnel members of the territorial office of price administration. William B. Brown, price attorney, his wife Jayne, analyst for the price division, and Mrs. Mary Dempsey Carson, associated with the CPA information division, specializing in consumer relations.
  • HWRD DATE: 6-Dec-43
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Miss Grace Wells
  • WAR RECORD # 570
  • DESCRIPTION: Miss Grace Wells, Baptist missionary now in Honolulu, was an exhange prisoner aboard Gripsholm. She was interned by the Japanese for six months in the courtyard of the Baptist mission inChinkiang, near Nanking, with three other missionaries
  • HWRD DATE: 6-July-43
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Red Cross Motor Corps.
  • WAR RECORD #592
  • DESCRIPTION: Red Cross Motor Corps. Left to right, Mrs. Duncan McBryde and Mrs. Harry Bush, sorting magazines for distribution, Mrs. William S. Willis, tying a bundle of magazines for air shipment to advanced bases, and Mrs. Goodale Moir, head of the organization in Honolulu, supervising the work.
  • HWRD DATE: 24-Apr-43
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Boys of the Junior Red Cross remodeling old furniture for use by the men in the Armed Forces.
  • WAR RECORD #593
  • DESCRIPTION: Boys of the Junior Red Cross remodeling old furniture for use by the men in the Armed Forces.
  • HWRD DATE: 3-Nov-43
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Red Cross Women Workers arrive from Mainland.
  • WAR RECORD #594
  • DESCRIPTION: Red Cross Women Workers arrive from Mainland. Pictured are, 17 hospital secretaries. First row, left to right, Fay Munger, Eleanor Tierney, Dolores Meyer, Mrs. Webb, Elizabeth Rogers, Hazel Waller and Doris Jolliff. Second Row, left to right, Flourney McQuary, Anne Lewis, Marjorie Parkes, Virginia Quigley, Ruth Burnham, Ellen Gebhart. Third row, left to right, Elizabeth Gould, Rachel, Bowers, Agnes Ongert, Ardath, Saam and Antonia Greene.
  • HWRD DATE: 27-Oct-43
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Nurses' Aides at work in the Queen's Hospital.
  • WAR RECORD #601
  • DESCRIPTION: Nurses' Aides at work in the Queen's Hospital. From left to right are; Miss Helen Poindexter, adjusting an elastic bandage; William B. Norwood, patient; Mrs. Alesander Smith and Miss Martha Wilcox putting a gauze bandage on the patient's arm.
  • HWRD DATE:29-May-43
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After Ceremonies--Restoration Day.
  • WAR RECORD #628
  • DESCRIPTION: After Ceremonies--Restoration Day. Left to right, Gov. Stainback, Mrs. Stainback and Admiral Nimitz. The ceremonies were held in the throne room in historic Iolani Palace. Governor Stainback and Admiral Nimitz were among the speakers.
  • HWRD DATE:11-Mar-43
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At Restoration Day Ceremonies.
  • WAR RECORD #634
  • DESCRIPTION: At Restoration Day Ceremonies. Maj. Gen. H.T. Burgin, chief \, Hawaiian artillery command, who represented Lt. Gen. Delos C. Emmons, commander, Hawaiian department, at restoration ceremonies.
  • HWRD DATE:11-Mar-43
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First batch of Hawaiian grown rubber.
  • WAR RECORD #636
  • DESCRIPTION: First batch of Hawaiian grown rubber. Admiring rubber are left, Oscar F. Goddard, director of institutions, and C.T. Stevenson, Oahu Prison warden. They look over smoked rubber sheets produced from latex of Maunawili rubber trees on Oahu.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Apr-43
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Officials Meet At Restoration Day Ceremonies.
  • WAR RECORD #637
  • DESCRIPTION: Officials Meet At Restoration Day Ceremonies. Gov. Stainback, left, greets Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, commander in chief of the Pacific fleet and Pacidic ocean area, before a session of the senate and house of the territorial legislature. At the right is Senate President Harold W. Rice of Maui. The occasion marked the return of civilian rights after 15 months and 3 days of military law here.
  • HWRD DATE:11-Mar-43
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66 Days in Hell
  • WAR RECORD #639
  • DESCRIPTION: "66 Days in Hell"--Back from the Dead. Nine army airmen who had been given up as dead after their Flying Fortress was shot down somewhere in the Solomons area; after which they had a 66-day journey in a rubber boat before being rescued. They pause in Honolulu en route to the mainland. Left to right, front row, are Corporal W.H. Nichols of Keiser, Ark.; Corporal Theodore Edwards of Youngstown, Ohio; Corporal R.J. Turnbull of San Antonio, Tex.; and Lt. Balfour C. Gibson of Berkeley, Cal. Rear row, left to right, are Lt. Ernest C. Ruiz of Santa Barbara, Cal.; Lt. Robert J. Dorwart of Seattle, Wash.; Maj. Thomas J. Classen of West Depere, Wis.; Sergeant Don Martin of Decatur, Ill., and Sergeant Jim Hunt of Effingham, Ill.
  • HWRD DATE:5-May-43
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Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #652
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive. (Started April 5, 1943)
  • HWRD DATE:5-Apr-43
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Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #653
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive. (Started April 5, 1943)
  • HWRD DATE:5-Apr-43
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Salvage Drive (Soda Water Bottles Contest).
  • WAR RECORD #656
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive (Soda Water Bottles Contest). Representatives of three schools which won first place in the bottle reclamation project were honored by the Honolulu Junior Chamber of Commerce. James O. Hollowell, project chairman, is shown presenting a $25 check each to, left to right, Isao Uema, representing Waiahole school; Clement Reyes, Cathedral school; Irene McArdle, St. Augustine's school. Also in the picture is Harold W. Boss, JCC president.
  • HWRD DATE:18-Mar-43 (Printed)
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Salvage--Old relic.
  • WAR RECORD #658
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage--Old relic. Mrs. Hollingsworth and son, Ray, shown with an old relic--whalers cauldron, which will be contributed to the salvage drive.
  • HWRD DATE:19-Apr-43 (Printed)
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Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #659
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive. (Started April 5, 1943)
  • HWRD DATE:5-Apr-43
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Salvage Drive.
  • WAR RECORD #665
  • DESCRIPTION: Salvage Drive. (Started April 5, 1943)
  • HWRD DATE:5-Apr-43
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Stocking Salvage Center.
  • WAR RECORD #675
  • DESCRIPTION: Stocking Salvage Center. Mrs. Kermit Neyens is shown at a stocking salvage center in Honolulu dropping a pair of silk hose made in Germany into the scrap heap. A Liberty House saleslady, Mrs. Dorothy Geller, right, is in charge. They hope the stockings will return to Germany in the form of powder bags.
  • HWRD DATE:9-Jan-43 (Printed)
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Soda Water Bottle Collection, winners at Likelike School.
  • WAR RECORD #680
  • DESCRIPTION: Soda Water Bottle Collection, winners at Likelike School. Irene K. Peters, acting principal of Likelike School, congratulates winners in the school's soda water bottle collection contest which was part of a citywide drive sponsored by the Honolulu Junior Chamber of Commerce. The winners are: Feleisino Porquis, third form the left, and Alfred Torres, second from the right. Likelike pupils collected more than 6,000 bottles.
  • HWRD DATE:27-Feb-43 (Printed)
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Soda Water Bottle Collection (Cathedral School pupils)
  • WAR RECORD #687
  • DESCRIPTION: Soda Water Bottle Collection (Cathedral School pupils). Left to right, Robert Freitas, Ronald Chang, John Sawaguchi, Yen Young Pang, Kenneth Wong, Clement Reyes, and Milton Reed. Standing left to right, Clinton Tom, Rodney Machado, Francis Almeida, Henry Wong, Eugene Gomes, and George Puchalski. Clement Reyes collected more than 400 bottles.
  • HWRD DATE:2-Mar-43
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Thanksgiving--Army & Navy YMCA.
  • WAR RECORD #695
  • DESCRIPTION: Thanksgiving--Army & Navy YMCA. Resturant Manager Peter Canlis prepared a special Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings. Shown here are six hungry men admiring a turkey. Seated, left to right, Pvt. First Class Howard Gilbertson, USA, Ihlen, Minn.; Technician 5th Grade Joseph Dawidiak, USA, of Chicago, and Carpenter's Mate Third Class Russell De Shane, USN, Los Angeles. Standing, left to right, Carpenter's Mate Third Class Harold Bludsworth, USN, Houston, Texas; Carpenter's Mate Third Class Edward Lofton, USN, of Corpus Christi, Tex., and Pfc. Norman Holtzen, USA, Davenport, Neb.
  • HWRD DATE:26-Nov-43 (Printed)
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Song Sale For Relief.
  • WAR RECORD #696
  • DESCRIPTION: Song Sale For Relief. Chinese community organizations are sponsoring a campaign here to sell copies of the locally composed song "What Else Can I do?" to raise funds for the American Red Cross, Madame Chiang Kai-shek's China War Orphans and China Relief association. Shown on the left is Mrs. Sam K. Young, representing the Chinese community; R.C. Breckenridge, USN, of California; H.J. Diesel, USA, of Pennsylvania; C.H. Spear, USA, of Pennsylvania, and H.E. Johnson, USA, of Kansas, are pictured right to left purchasing their copies.
  • HWRD DATE:23-Apr-43
  • BOX #2
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USO Dancing Club organized.
  • WAR RECORD #702
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Dancing Club organized. Discussing plans for her new rhumba and tango class for service men as a new USO project is Agnes Boone, left, noted dancing teacher. Others in the group, who will be among about 100 young Honolulu women who will assist in the project, are Miss Elaine Henning, Miss Maxine Atwood, Miss Audrey Houvener and Mrs. Kenneth Carney. Membership for young women will be by invitation.
  • HWRD DATE:27-Nov-43 (Printed)
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Punahou girls. (5)
  • WAR RECORD #703
  • DESCRIPTION: Punahou girls meet to discuss the new La Rhumba club being organized here under USO auspices by Mrs. Agnes Boone, and in whose activities service men will be invited to take part. Left ot right are: Barbara Caon, Audrey Houvener, junior chairman; Mrs. Boone, club director; Viola Tracy and Pattie Clissold.
  • HWRD DATE:9-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Ted Waggener, aviation machinist's mate 3rd class is about to receive a kiss from Pin-up Girl Alyce Louis
  • WAR RECORD #705
  • DESCRIPTION: Ted Waggener, aviation machinist's mate 3rd class is about to receive a kiss from Pin-up Girl Alyce Louis after drawing the winning number in a stunt staged by the Honolulu Rotary club Tuesday at the USO Victory club downtown. The sailor, besides the kiss, received Artist F. Gordon Chadwick's sketch of Alyce and a lei. Rotarians and their ladies entertained men of the armed forces with a full afternoon of fun and frolic.
  • HWRD DATE:18-Nov-43 (Printed)
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USO Victory Club
  • WAR RECORD #706
  • DESCRIPTION: They did a Christmas set for USO Victory Club. Navy Seabees Robert Hooton, left, and Carroll M. Jensen alongside their framed painting of the Adoration. Hooton painted the scene on monk's cloth and Jensen carved the frame from packing crates.
  • HWRD DATE:25-Dec-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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USO Information Hut.
  • WAR RECORD #711
  • DESCRIPTION: USO Information Hut. On grounds of the Army & Navy YMCA. Left to right are Pfc. Glenn Kerssen of Minneapolis, Minn.; Pvt. Landon Miller, Lake Park, Minn., and Mrs. Thomas J. Keliher, part time assistant, who is shown with Miss Uarda Newsom, director of the hut.
  • HWRD DATE:2-Feb-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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USO party.
  • WAR RECORD #713
  • DESCRIPTION: USO party. At the USO club. Left to right: Seaman Second Class Howard Kyrk, USN, of St. Paul, Minn. Pfc. Louis Shubert, USMC, St. Louis, Mo.; Pfc. Paul R. Micele, USA, Jersey City, N.J.; Aviation Ordnance Mate Second Class Cliff Phaneuf, USN, West Warren, Mass.; Aviation Machinist Mate Wallace Harwood, USN, Portland, Ore.; Miss Marion Brisette, junior hostess; Fireman First Class Wesley C. Harrell USN, Moorehead, N.C.; Sergeant Sam Kanoff, USA, Phila., Pa.; Yeoman 3rd Class James Y. Nelson, USN, Crowley, La.; Sergeant Harvey McCune, USAAF, DuBois, Pa.; Mesdames Laura Freitas, Harry Cannon, senior hostesses, and Virginia Freitas, senior hostess, and Virginia Watson O'Connor, assistant director of the club.
  • HWRD DATE:22-May-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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Dedicating the Victory Club
  • WAR RECORD #718
  • DESCRIPTION: Dedicating the Victory Club for enlisted personnel--As the officials entered the auditorium for the presentation program were: Mr. Ernest K. Kai, acting governor of the territory; Mayor Petrie, Gen. Richardson, Jr. USA, commanding army forces in the central Pacific area; Admiral Nimitz, USN, commander in chief of the Pacific fleet.
  • HWRD DATE:8-Nov-43
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Dedicating the Victory Club for enlisted personnel
  • WAR RECORD #719
  • DESCRIPTION: Dedicating the Victory Club for enlisted personnel--these offivials took part in the dedication ceremonies. Left to right: Mrs. J. Platt Cooke, in charge of personnel of the club; Dr. A.L. Dean, chairman, defense welfare committee, who presided; Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN, commander in chief of the Pacific fleet; and Mr. Ernest K. Kai, acting governor of the territory.
  • HWRD DATE:8-Nov-43
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Dedicating the Victory Club
  • WAR RECORD #720
  • DESCRIPTION: Dedicating the Victory Club for enlisted personnel--these officials took part in the dedication cermonies. Left to right: The Rev. Henry P. Juff; Frank C. Atherton, chairman, USO; Charles W. Schruth project engineer, federal works agency; Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN, commander in chief of the Pacific fleet; Ernest K. Kai, acting governor of the territory; Dr. A.L. Dean, chairman, defense welfare committee, who presided; Mayor Lester Petrie; Lt. Gen. Robt. C. Richardson, Jr., USA, commanding army forces in the central Pacific area; Dr. Hubert Brown, recreation representative, federal security agency; and Father Valentin.
  • HWRD DATE:8-Nov-43 (Printed)
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Victory Club lobby
  • WAR RECORD #721
  • DESCRIPTION: Here is a part of the Victory Club lobby in the building at King and Bethel Sts.
  • HWRD DATE:5-Nov-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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USO models
  • WAR RECORD #725
  • DESCRIPTION: USO models: The USO club at 1183 Fort St. held a review of Easter sports fashions for USO volunteer workers and service personnel. Left to right, are the Misses Geraldine Shover, Evelyn Perry, Betty Spence and Marion Brisette, models. Sportswear shown was lent by Watumull's East India Store.
  • HWRD DATE:28-Apr-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #750
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show. Dr. Fred E. Armstrong and Mr. Feiteira examine taro.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #751
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #752
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #753
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #754
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #755
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #756
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:6-Dec-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #771
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #772
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #773
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show.
  • WAR RECORD #774
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43
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Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #775
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show: Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and University president Gregg M. Sinclair inspecting prize carrots shown by Ashley C. Browne, display show manager.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
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Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #776
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show, demonstration of cryolite spray to kill insects.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
  • BOX #2
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Victory Garden Show
  • WAR RECORD #777
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory Garden Show, exhibit of fats and their uses in war materials.
  • HWRD DATE:1-May-43 (Printed)
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Victory garden produce
  • WAR RECORD #778
  • DESCRIPTION: Victory garden produce displayed by George Emmsley, left, and Edward Yound who cultivate the Central Intermediate school garden.
  • HWRD DATE:10-Mar-43 (Printed)
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Mrs. Rose Shaefer
  • WAR RECORD #818
  • DESCRIPTION:Mrs. Rose Shaefer, the first woman to cut red tape and enlist in the WAAD from outside the continental United States.
  • HWRD DATE:29-May-43
  • BOX #3
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Women air raid wardens
  • WAR RECORD #823
  • DESCRIPTION:Women air raid wardens who routed would be attackers as they were on their blackout watch. They are Mrs. Helen Kaleiwohi, left, and Mrs. Gladys Keoloha.
  • HWRD DATE:14-May-43
  • BOX #3
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Housewives learning home protection.
  • WAR RECORD #829
  • DESCRIPTION:Housewives learning home protection are Mrs. Frank Butler being taught by Mrs. Frederick H. Scchroedel how to recognize gas types from their scent, and Mrs. Amanda Wong for whom Mrs. Glenn Taff is demonstrating the treatment for gas burns. On the table is the minimum household first aid kit.
  • HWRD DATE:15-May-43
  • BOX #3
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Mainland War Workers
  • WAR RECORD #851
  • DESCRIPTION:Mainland War Workers waiting in front of Castle & Cooke, Matson Navigation Co. for transportation back to the States.
  • HWRD DATE:15-Apr-43
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