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Rearview Mirror: Outdoor Circle celebrates its 110th anniversary

STAR-ADVERTISER / 1966
                                The Outdoor Circle and the community rose up against development at Kawainui Marsh, above, in the 1960s. It exists today as the largest remaining wetland in the state.
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STAR-ADVERTISER / 1966

The Outdoor Circle and the community rose up against development at Kawainui Marsh, above, in the 1960s. It exists today as the largest remaining wetland in the state.

STAR-ADVERTISER / 1964
                                Outdoor Circle members plant trees to observe Arbor Day. Mrs. Harold Erdman, left, tree-planting chair, and Mrs. William Blackfield, Circle president, pose with a palm planted in Waikiki.
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STAR-ADVERTISER / 1964

Outdoor Circle members plant trees to observe Arbor Day. Mrs. Harold Erdman, left, tree-planting chair, and Mrs. William Blackfield, Circle president, pose with a palm planted in Waikiki.

COURTESY THE OUTDOOR CIRCLE
                                Eradicating billboards was one of the earliest Outdoor Circle projects.
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COURTESY THE OUTDOOR CIRCLE

Eradicating billboards was one of the earliest Outdoor Circle projects.

STAR-ADVERTISER / 1966
                                The Outdoor Circle and the community rose up against development at Kawainui Marsh, above, in the 1960s. It exists today as the largest remaining wetland in the state.
STAR-ADVERTISER / 1964
                                Outdoor Circle members plant trees to observe Arbor Day. Mrs. Harold Erdman, left, tree-planting chair, and Mrs. William Blackfield, Circle president, pose with a palm planted in Waikiki.
COURTESY THE OUTDOOR CIRCLE
                                Eradicating billboards was one of the earliest Outdoor Circle projects.