Four men looking at the Johnson Hall dedication plaque

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Caption on reverse: "NEW U.H. RESIDENCE HALL FOR MEN DEDICATED: The new $350,000 residence hall for men at the University of Hawaii at 2555 Dole Street, opposite Cooke Field, was dedicated yesterday at 4 p.m. The building, dedicated to those who served the cause of freedom in the armed services, is the third unit of the Pacific War Memorial. The first two units are the USS Arizona and the National Cemetary at Punchbowl. Among those participating in the program and looking at the memorial plaque are, left to right: Philip E. Spalding, chairman, board of regents of the University of Hawaii; Dr. Willard Wilson, acting U.H. president; Ralph Johnson, brother of the late John (Jack) Alexander Johnson, 100th Infantry Battalion's World War II hero after whom the hall is named; and Tucker H. Gratz, chairman of the Pacific War Memorial Commission.--(Hawaii Times photo)."



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