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A librarian shows a book to a Honolulu businessman and politician

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Caption on reverse: "CITIZENSHIP WEEK EXHIBIT AT IOLANI PALACE: A display of records telling the story of early naturalization in Hawaii is now on exhibit in the hallway on the second floor of Iolani Palace in observance of Citizenship Week, which opened here yesterday. Above is Miss Maude Jones, librarian of the public archives, who is in charge of the exhibit, describing one of the old documents to R.L.W. Parker, a nephew of the late Samuel Parker, formerly prime minister under the Hawaiian monarchy and owner of Parker Ranch at Waimea, Hawaii.---(Hawaii Times photo)."

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  • Jones, Maude

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