State Capitol shares lessons in art, culture, history and aloha
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State Capitol shares lessons in art, culture, history and aloha

After nearly a decade of planning, Hawaii’s territorial and state legislatures moved from Iolani Palace, where they had convened for some 70 years, to the state Capitol building. Gov. John A. Burns wanted the structure of the Capitol to represent Hawaii’s people, history, culture and aloha. Read More

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