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Rearview Mirror: U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye once was mistaken for king of Siam, and other stories about Hawaii politicians

  • COURTESY YOICHI OKAMOTO / LBJ PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY
                                President Lyndon B. Johnson, center, poses with Hawaii Democrats U.S. Sen. Spark Matsunaga, left, U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink, Gov. John A. Burns and U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Ino­uye after a church service.

    COURTESY YOICHI OKAMOTO / LBJ PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY

    President Lyndon B. Johnson, center, poses with Hawaii Democrats U.S. Sen. Spark Matsunaga, left, U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink, Gov. John A. Burns and U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Ino­uye after a church service.

  • CBS FILMS
                                Gov. William Quinn, left, with “What’s My Line?” TV host John Daly. Quinn appeared on the game show in 1958 to push for statehood.

    CBS FILMS

    Gov. William Quinn, left, with “What’s My Line?” TV host John Daly. Quinn appeared on the game show in 1958 to push for statehood.

This week’s column is about people you probably have heard of many times, but my focus is on curious things you probably don’t know about them. Read more

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