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May 29, 2022
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STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 15, 1972
A net fisherman displays his throwing technique.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 13, 1977
In Kahaluu along Kahekili Highway, residents take their horses out for an afternoon walk.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 28, 1958
McInerny staff members sport identical “tutumuus” — seated, Anne Morishige, left, Martha Ho, Frieda
Rowland, A.C. Lindeberg and Donna Benson; standing, Beatrice Seitz, left, Charlcie Jerling, Mabel Lynch,
Connie Berry, tutumuu designer Sydney Adelson and Rosemary Gottschalk.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 24, 1951
Kamohai Kahaulelio displays the ulili, an ancient Hawaiian percussion instrument comprising a coconut
shell and two gourd rattles on a stick, which he will use during a performance titled “The Lost Arts of
Hawaii” at the Little Theater in the Moana Hotel.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MARCH 17, 1969
Satsuki Yamashita, 6, left, and Faith Furuno, 7, check out the cornerstone of the new state Capitol building
in downtown Honolulu.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 18, 1990
A woman who dotes on wild birds, including a baby bird kept safe in a cage, is surrounded by some of
her feathered friends as she tends to them from her car at Kapiolani Park.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 22, 1969
A Native Alaskan dancer in Anchorage, Alaska, gets a lesson in hula from Rose Marie Alvaro, poster girl
for the Hawaii Visitors Bureau, after the arrival of the first Western Airlines nonstop flight from Honolulu
to Anchorage. The Alaskans also demonstrated their dancing and music to help celebrate the first airline
service linking the 49th and 50th states.