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THE WRITTEN RECORD OF HAWAII'S WOMEN:
An Annotated Guide to Sources of Information in Hawaii

REFERENCE SOURCES

Bibliographies

Collective Bibliographies

Directories

Newspaper Indexes and Clipping Files

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Bibliographies

Gaylor, Ellen. Kapiolani, Queen of Kalakaua. Honolulu: [s.n.], 1987. iv, 44 leaves.

Annotated bibliography on the queen (1834-1899) includes scattered sources.

 

Hori, Joan. Women in Hawaii: a Selected Bibliography of Materials in the Hawaiian Collection, University of Hawaii Manoa Library. Honolulu: 1984. 12 leaves.

Annotated bibliography of selected sources.

 

Kurkjian, Luella H. Liliha (ca. 1800-1839): an Annotated Bibliography. Honolulu: 1989. 23 leaves.

Annotated bibliography includes scattered sources.

 

Maesato, Susan. A Guide to Information about Pacific/Asian Women Writers. Hilo, HI: University of Hawaii at Hilo, Edwin H. Mo'okini Library, 1994.

Brief guide to writings, biographies, and criticisms in anthologies and other sources.

 

Spock, Ruhiyyih Napualani. Native Hawaiian Women: a Bibliography of English Language, Written Materials Published Since 1980. Honolulu: 1991. [37] leaves.

Annotated bibliography includes scattered sources.

 

Volkmar, Janine S. A Selected Bibliography on Queen Emma. 1987. 18 p.

Annotated bibliography on Queen Emma (1836-1885) includes scattered sources. Includes black and white reproductions of photographs.

 

The Written Record of Hawaii's Women: an Annotated Guide to Sources of Information in Hawaii. Compiled by the Historians Committee Foundation for Hawaii Women's History. Chair: Ruth Lieban; Editor: Agnes C. Conrad. Honolulu: Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women, 1984. 86 p.

Annotated bibliography of biographies and information on women's rights.

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Collective Bibliographies

Kanahele, George, ed. Hawaiian Music and Musicians: Illustrated History. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1979. 543 p.

One volume encyclopedia on Native Hawaiian music includes biographies of Hawaiian women musicians and composers such as Irmgard Aluli, Winona (Nona) Beamer, Lena Machado, and Mary Kawena Pukui. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Makers of Destiny, Hawaiian Style: the Lives of Pioneer Women Educators in Hawaii. Honolulu: Delta Kappa Gamma Society, International, Beta Beta State, 1981. 186 p.

1981 edition consists of biographical essays on deceased contemporary educators. Expanded from 1969 edition, but omits black and white photographs in the earlier edition.

 

1969 ed. Makers of Destiny, Hawaiian Style: the Stories Of Pioneer Women Educators in Hawaii. Edited by Mildred Osmundson Gordon. Honolulu: Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, Beta Beta State, 1969. [4], 207 leaves.

The 1969 edition of biographical articles on then contemporary educators includes tipped-in 6.5" x 8" black and white photographs of each woman.

 

Men and Women of Hawaii. Editors: 1954, Perry Edward Hillary, written by Henry P. Judd; 1966, Gwenfread E. Allen; 1972, Betty Finley Burber. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin, etc. 3 v. (1954, 1966, 1972).

Biographies (3 volumes) of noted persons alive at the time of publication. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Mrantz, Maxine. Women of Old Hawaii. Honolulu: Aloha Graphics and Sales, 1975. 39 p.

Includes biographical sketches on Native Hawaiian females from Queen Ka'ahumanu (died 1832) to Queen Lili'uokalani (1838-1917). Brief background on women in traditional Hawaii. Includes many black and white photographs.

 

Notable Women of Hawaii. Edited by Barbara Bennett Peterson. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1984. xx, 427 p.

Biographies of 118 significant women who died before 1984. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Women of Hawaii. Edited by George F. Nellist. [Honolulu]: E.A. Langton-Boyle, 1930-38. 2 v. (v. 1 1929; v. 2 1938). Reprinted by University Microfilms International, 1981.

Biographies (2 volumes) of noted Caucasian and some Native Hawaiian women, both historical and contemporary at time of publication. Includes black and white photographs.

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Directories

Boyd, Manu, comp. Kü Mai ka Poye Hula: Directory of Hula Resources. Honolulu: Office of Hawaiian Affairs, 1996. 36 p.

Features contemporary male and female hula teachers with brief information about their halau (school) and their own training. Includes black and white photographs.

 

Community Resources for Women Veterans. Honolulu: Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Medical & Regional Office Center, 1993. 9 p.

Guide to various Hawaii organizations and services.

 

Community Yellow Pages of Hawaii. Premiere ed. Fall/winter1991/1992. Honolulu: Lifestyle Pub. Co. of Hawaii.
SEE Gay Guide to Hawaii.

 

Directory of Hawaii's Women Lawyers: a Resource Guide to Legal Talent and Community Leadership in Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii Women Lawyers, 1991. 67 p.

Arranged by individual attorney with background information and legal services. Includes legal service organizations, lists of these attorneys by specialty.

 

Gay Guide Hawaii, 1998-1999. Honolulu: Lifestyle Pub. Co.

Directory includes resources for lesbians.

Earlier titles:

Pages: a Comprehensive Directory of Hawaii's Gay-Supportive Businesses, Organizations, Services,1996/1997.

 

Pages, the Most Comprehensive Gay and Lesbian Guide to Hawaii, 1993/1994.

 

Pages, a Directory For Friends and Members of Hawaii' s Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Community. Fall/Winter 1992/1993.

 

Community Yellow Pages of Hawaii. Premiere ed., Fall/Winter 1991/1992; Spring/Summer 1992.

 

Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women. Directory of Women's Organizations and Services. Honolulu: The Commission, 1986. x, 23 p.

Lists a wide range of organizations, their purpose, services, etc. Includes information on the Commission.

 

Hawaii Women Resource Guide. Honolulu? 1986.

Directory of women in business and women-owned businesses.

 

Hawaii Women's Directory: a Resource Guide to Women in Business, Trades, Professions and Women's Organizations. Annual. 1990, 1991-1992, 1994-1995, 1996-1997, 1997-1998. Honolulu: Rainbow Bridge Consultants.

Resource guide to women in business, the trades, professions and women's organizations. Arranged by subject areas. Includes short articles.

 

Hawaii Women's Yellow Pages. Honolulu: B. Oakes, 1990. [72] p.

Directory of women's businesses, services and organizations, and advertisements on yellow paper.

 

Kokua. Honolulu: Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women, 1975. 10 p.

Brief guide to various services for women.

 

Leeward Community College. Women's Center. Directory of Educational Resources for Women in Hawaii. Pearl City, HI: The Center, 1976. iv, 28 leaves.

Directory arranged by subject areas: educational, social, legal, and physical and mental health groups, as identified at a 1976 conference at Leeward Community College.

 

New Women, New Men: Non Traditional Role Models for Career Exploration. Project Director, Barbara Tavares; compiled by Lori Adolewski ... [et al]. Honolulu: State Board for Vocational Education, Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, University of Hawaii, 1988. 221 p.

Directory of Hawaii's residents in non-traditional career roles who may be contacted by individuals or groups. Arranged by islands of Hawaii, Kaua'i, Maui and four districts on Oahu, includes maps.

 

Pages: a Comprehensive Directory of Hawaii's Gay-Supportive Businesses, Organizations, Services, 1996/97. Honolulu: Lifestyle Pub. Co.
SEE Gay Guide Hawaii.

 

Pages, a Directory For Friends and Members of Hawaii' s Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Community, '94/95 ed.-'95/96 ed. Honolulu: Lifestyle Pub. Co.
SEE Gay Guide Hawaii.

 

Pages, the Most Comprehensive Gay and Lesbian Guide to Hawaii, 1993/1994, 1996/1997. Honolulu: Lifestyle Pub. Co.
SEE Gay Guide Hawaii.

 

Resources for Recovery Subsequent to Separation, Divorce, or Widowhood. By Shawn C.L. Mashino. Honolulu: Family Financial Counseling Program, Dept. of Human Resources, University of Hawaii, 1995? 11 p.

Guide to various organizations and their services.

 

Women as Resources in Hawaii: a Directory of Individuals and Organizations on Oahu, 1998. Dineh M. Davis, editor-in-chief; compiled and edited by Ruth Lieban ... [et al]; with assistance from Marylucia Arace ... [et al.]. "Co-sponsors: Foundation for Hawaii Women's History, Inc., YWCA of Oahu, Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women." Honolulu: Media Task Force of the Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women, 1998. v, 42 p.

Current directory of organizations and services on Oahu.

 

Women's Handbook: a Resource Guide for Students. Compiled by The Women's Center and The Office for Women's Research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Honolulu: The Center and The Office, 1996? 20 p.

Directory of women's groups and programs that assist women.

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Newspaper Indexes and Clipping Files

HONOLULU ADVERTISER AND HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN

 

Hawaii State Library:

There is a printed index for 1929 to the mid-1990s and an on-line index from 1989.

 

OTHER NEWSPAPER INDEXES

 

Hawaii State Archives:

Card files include selected newspaper references prior to 1929.

 

Published indexes are also available for newspapers from the islands of Kaua'i, Maui, and Hawaii Island.

 

CLIPPING FILES

 

Hawaii State Library - Hawaiian Collection:

This file consists mainly of clippings from the local newspapers in addition to journal articles and pamphlets. Includes a separate file for elected state and county officials.

 

University of Hawaii at Manoa - Microforms Room:

 

Clippings on Microfiche:

The text of newspaper articles in the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin are available on microfiche from about 1929 to the early 1980s. Many more names are included which do not appear in the published index to the two newspapers. The Hawaii Newspaper Agency Clippings Morgue is in two parts:

Personal Names (Microfiche D98050)

Subject (Microfiche D98051)

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