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Endangered collection

Nina Wu
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Barbara Dunn, left, administrative director and librarian of the Hawaiian Historical Society, and Ipo Santos-Bear, administrative assistant, go through antique copies of Portuguese-language newspapers.

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Barbara Dunn, administrative director of the Hawaiian Historical Society, and Radford Fujioka of the Packaging Store unpack wooden boxes holding Portuguese-language newspapers.
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O Luso, a four-page weekly in Portuguese and English, had the longest run and largest circulation. The headlines on this front page from November 1915 read "Noticias da Guerra" and "Noticias do Mexico," translating to "News of War" and "News of Mexico."

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PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY MARTHA HERNANDEZ / MHERNANDEZ@STARADVERTISER.COM