vh Edward H. Mitsukado Interview (ddr-densho-1007-4)
Nisei male. Born June 1, 1912, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Grew up in Honolulu, where father ran a taxi business. Was serving with the Hawaii Territorial 298th Infantry when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Went to the mainland for training at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. Transferred to the Military Intelligence Service and was asked to help select the Nisei ...
vh Arthur Nishimoto Interview Segment 1 (ddr-manz-1-129-1)
Born in Honolulu, Hawaii
doc Two Honolulu ikebana association leaders (ddr-njpa-4-2501)
Caption on front: "Presented above, left to right, are new President Miss Hisako Kurakake and Immediate Past President Mrs. Pearl Jensen of the Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter of the Ikebana International, which held its annual installation banquet yesterday in the Diamond Head Suite of the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel. Chapter officers for the 1963-1964 term are president ...
vh Ehren Watada Interview Segment 3 (ddr-densho-1000-200-3)
Growing up in Honolulu, Hawaii
img Acadia Arriving at Port of Honolulu (ddr-one-2-283)
Black and white photographic print of voyage on ship Acadia from Seattle, Washington, to Japan, arriving at Honolulu, Hawaii, harbor with view of harbor.
img Acadia Arriving at Port of Honolulu (ddr-one-2-284)
Black and white photographic print of voyage on ship Acadia from Seattle, Washington, to Japan, arriving at Honolulu, Hawaii, harbor with view of Diamond Head in distance.
img Acadia Arriving at Port of Honolulu (ddr-one-2-282)
Black and white photographic print of voyage on ship Acadia from Seattle, Washington, to Japan, arriving at Honolulu, Hawaii, harbor with view of ocean and land in far distance.
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 ...
vh Ehren Watada Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-200-1)
Origins of name, born in Honolulu, Hawaii
img A retiring Honolulu Police Detective Captain talking to his replacement (ddr-njpa-2-240)
Caption on reverse: NEW AND OLD DETECTIVE CHIEFS: Neil A. Donahue, left, who has been named captain in charge of detectives of the Honolulu police department effective tomorrow, is pictured with Detective Capt. Eugene Kennedy, who is leaving the force after 19 years today.--(Hawaii Times photo)."
img Honolulu Chamber of Commerce president, predecessor and his wife, and Honolulu postmaster (ddr-njpa-2-1049)
Caption on reverse: "BACK FROM JAPAN VISIT: Four Honolulans returned from a two-week visit to Japan as guests of Japan Air Lines aboard JAL's 'City of Tokyo' Saturday night. Left to right, they were: Porter Dickinson, immediate past president of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Dickinson; Richard H. Wheeler, president of the Honolulu Chamber ...
img A Honolulu attorney and young members of Eisenhower's reelection campaign (ddr-njpa-2-517)
Caption on reverse: "Harold Kay Mum on T. H. Governorship Honolulu attorney Harold T. Kay, one of the reported candidates for the Hawaii governorship, is going back to Washington for conferences within the next few weeks. Kay yesterday declined to discuss the governorship, saying his meetings will concern the National Citizens for Eisenhower group. He was ...
img Richard Kageyama speaking before the Honolulu board of supervisors (ddr-njpa-2-60)
Caption on reverse: "KAGEYAMA REFUSES TO QUIT: Supervisor Richard M. Kageyama, left, is pictured as he told the board of supervisors yesterday afternoon that he won't accede to their request for his resignation. Shown on his left is Supervisor Milton D. Beamer, his sharpest critic.--(Hawaii Times photo)."
img A Honolulu Chamber of Commerce treasurer reading at his desk (ddr-njpa-2-241)
Caption on front: NEW CHAMBER TREASURER - James K. C. Doo, past president of Commerce, was elected chamber treasurer for 1955 by the b ... Directors at a meeting held Thursday. Mr. Doo, a partner ... Yat Loy Co., is shown reading Building Honolulu, official history of the chamber. (Camera Hawaii photo)."
img Members of a Japanese dance troupe posing with Honolulu Rotarians (ddr-njpa-2-519)
Caption on reverse: "TAKARAZUKA GIRLS GUESTS OF ROTARIANS: All 25 members of the visiting Takarazuka Troupe from Japan were guests of the West Honolulu Rotary Club at its regular weekly luncheon meeting Friday noon at Kewalo Inn. Above, left to right, are: Yuko Minami, Ayako Fujishiro, the Rev. Samuel Keala, pastor of the Kamakapili Church and ...
img The christening of Honolulu fireboat "Abner T. Longley" (ddr-njpa-2-619)
Caption on reverse: "JUST BEFORE THE CHRISTENING: Mrs. Abner T. Longley (right), holding a traditional bottle of champagne, was pictured as she was about to smash the bottle against the bow of the fireboat Abner T. Longley in a christening ceremony at Pier 10 yesterday afternoon. The fireboat, turned over to the fire department by the ...
img Four Miss Hawaii pageant finalists posing for a photograph (ddr-njpa-2-387)
Caption on reverse: "MISS HAWAII PAGEANT FINALISTS: Pictured above are the four young women who were chosen last night as finalists in the preliminary round of the 1951 Miss Hawaii pageant sponsored by the Honolulu Junior Chamber of Commerce. They will compete in the finals Thursday at 7:30 p.m. against four more finalists who ...
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 Honolulu Jaycee chairman and two young women posing for a publicity photo (ddr-njpa-2-691)
Caption on reverse: "49th STATE FAIR PLANS UNDERWAY: R.A. (Skip) May, general chairman of the Honolulu Junior Chamber of Commerce's 49th State Fair committee, accompanied by two lovely young ladies, this morning called on The Hawaii Times to officially announce that this year's Fair will be held again at Sand Island from June ...
img A librarian shows a book to a Honolulu businessman and politician (ddr-njpa-2-464)
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 ...
img Department of State official addressing the Naturalization Encouragement Assocation of Honolulu (ddr-njpa-2-950)
Caption on reverse: "NATURALIZATION GROUP: Harold Templeman of the Department of State is shown addressing the Naturalization Encouragement Association of Honolulu's fifth annual dinner meeting last night at Queen's Surf. Others, left to right are: Delegate Elizabeth P. Farrington, Consul-General Masahide Kanayama, President-elect Masayuki Adachi and Harry Tanaka, toastmaster.--(Hawaii Times photo)."
img A Honolulu Optimist Club member receiving an award, posing with others (ddr-njpa-2-417)
Caption on reverse: "OPTIMIST OF THE YEAR: Chinn Ho (third from left), who rose from bank clerk to president of the multi-million dollar Capital Investment Co., was announced yesterday as Honolulu's Optimist of the Year. The award was presented by C. Lease Bussard (extreme left), Optimist International president, at a luncheon meeting of the Optimist ...
img Gulab Watumull's wife buying a ticket for a Honolulu Symphony benefit concert (ddr-njpa-2-963)
Caption on reverse: "... the International Institute of Hawaii, (left) sells tickets to the January 20 performance of the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra at McKinley Auditorium to Mrs. Gulab Watumull at the start of a benefit ticket sale by the Institute. Under a Symphony sponsorship plan, a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be retained by ...