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Back in the Day: Photos from Hawaii’s Past

View historic Hawaii photos “back in the day.”
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STARADVERTISER / JANUARY 12, 1988

A new satellite city hall that can handle all city transactions, including vehicle registration and renewal, has opened at Ala Moana Center.
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STARADVERTISER / OCTOBER 15, 1987

Joe Talkington, a 24-year-old University of Hawaii student, made history when he got busted on the Manoa campus for writing an essay for class — by spray-painting part of it onto a temporary plywood barricade surrounding a construction project at Bilger Hall.
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STARADVERTISER / FEBRUARY 21, 1975

A sign on the door at the Merry Monarch cabaret in Waikiki warns of naked bodies within, part of Jack Cione’s “What Do You Say to a Naked Waiter?” show.
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STARADVERTISER / APRIL 15, 1959

The Very Rev. Mother Zenaide Lorier, mother general of the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts, is in the islands to take part in the 100th-anniversary celebration of the arrival of the first Catholic sisters in Hawaii. Sacred Hearts sisters arrived in Honolulu in May 1859 from France.
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STARADVERTISER / NOVEMBER 3, 1978

The Kapalama self-service laundry was awash with activity after days of rain prevented residents from drying their clothes.
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STARADVERTISER / OCTOBER 30, 1975

At a recent “Alice Doesn’t” rally on the shady grounds of Iolani Palace, Cass Burnett aired her opinion about next year’s election. The strike day, sponsored by the National Organization of Women, was planned for women “to show nonsupport of the system in every way and everywhere.”
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STARADVERTISER / NOVEMBER 3, 1990

Local auto dealers and sponsors watch the maiden voyage of what is billed as the world’s first man-made flying saucer during a kickoff reception for the 1991 First Hawaiian Auto Show at the Blaisdell Center.

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