doc In Memoriam booklet for U.S. Senator, Spark Masayuki Matsunaga (April 17-19, 1991) (ddr-janm-4-37)
In Memoriam booklet for United States Senator, Spark Masayuki Matsunaga. The memorial service took place in Honolulu, Hawai'i on April 17 through April 19, 1991.
doc Clipping regarding Akihito's stopover in Honolulu, Hawai'i (ddr-njpa-1-1452)
Caption on front: "Washington officials here to prepare for Akihito's visit: Two officials of the state department arrived here from Washington this morning at 7:45 by Pan American Clipper to assist with protocol, press relations, and security problems in connection with Crown Prince Akihito's 14-hour stopover in Honolulu next Monday. They are, left to right: Joseph ...
img Hawaiian woman greeting USS Honolulu captain Oscar Smith (ddr-njpa-13-55)
Writing on reverse: "Captain Oscar Smith, Commanding officer of the USS Honolulu"
img Young women with leis preparing to greet USS Honolulu crewmembers (ddr-njpa-13-54)
Writing on reverse: "Hula girls welcoming USS Honolulu"
img Ingram Stainback signing a document, Oren E. Long and others looking on (ddr-njpa-2-1184)
Caption on reverse: "GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS SIGHT CONSERVATION WEEK: Governor Ingram M. Stainback (seated) is shown signing a proclamation designating the week of November 1 to 6 as the second annual Sight Conservation Week. Looking on, left to right, are: Oren E. Long, secretary of Hawaii and district governor, Lions International, District 50; Mrs. Dora Zane, assistant ...
img Karl Taylor Compton and Gregg M. Sinclair at Sinclair's desk (ddr-njpa-2-1162)
Caption on reverse: "COLLEGE PRESIDENTS MEET: Dr. Karl T. Compton (left), eminent physicist and president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who is here to attend the 40th anniversary celebration of the founding of the University of Hawaii, is pictured above with Gregg M. Sinclair, president of the local university, in the latter's office on the ...
img Wilfred C. Tsukiyama and two men at an Anti-Communist rally in Honolulu (ddr-njpa-2-379)
Caption on reverse: "ANTI-COMMUNIST DRIVE LAUNCHED: Dr. Boris M. Stanfield (center), visiting professor of economics at the University of Hawaii, was the principal speaker at an Anti-Communist rally sponsored by the Hawaii Residents' association (IMUA) last night at the American Legion hall, Kapiolani Blvd. and McCully street. Pictured with him are John F. Harper (left), president ...
img James Sweeney seated on cathedra and priests in vestments (ddr-njpa-2-939)
Caption on reverse in Japanese
img The USS Honolulu (ddr-njpa-13-58)
Caption on reverse: "Built at a cost of $15,000,000, the USS Honolulu was authorized on March 27, 1934; her keel laid at New York Navy Yard, September 10, 1935; launched, August 26, 1937; commissioned, June 15, 1938. Her length is 600 feet at water line; beam, 61 feet; draught, 19.9; speed, 32.7 knots. Main battery carries ...
doc Folder of Taneichi Date photographs (ddr-njpa-5-450)
Caption on front [translation]: "Office worker at a Honolulu Japanese hospital."
doc Envelope of Clesson Chikasuye photographs (ddr-njpa-5-392)
Caption on front: "Attorney. Official of Kaimuki branch YMCA."
doc Article about Horyu Asaeda (ddr-njpa-5-281)
Translation of article: Mr. Horyu Asaeda came to Hawaii on the Tatsuta maru ship as a missionary of Daigo Temple on Riliha Street. He is from Iwakuni city in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, and graduated from Koya Mountain Secondary School in 1927. He became chief priest of a Buddhist temple at Konsho-In in Iwakuni. He was born ...
doc Article about Sueko Asuka (ddr-njpa-5-21)
Translation of article: "Ms. Asuka of Japanese dancing returned via the Ryu-ta-maru ship. Ms. Asuka, who lives on Hall Street 1237 in Honolulu, is a professor of Japanese dance as well as sewing. She was visiting Japan for a year to improve her skills. She returned to Hawaii yesterday, the 26th, on the Ryu-ta-maru. Today, the ...
doc Envelope of Takiji Abe photographs (ddr-njpa-5-342)
Caption on front [translation]: "Honolulu shirts manufacturer."
doc Envelope of Chozo Ebihara photographs (ddr-njpa-5-523)
Caption on front [translation]: "Honolulu photographer."