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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 / DECEMBER 26, 1963

As the Lurline sailed into Honolulu Harbor this morning, a gala welcome awaited her holiday travelers. Among the entertainers performing at the pier were members of the Bill Lincoln troupe.
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STARADVERTISER / AUGUST 21, 1974

The Honolulu Zoo held an evening art event where hundreds of children participated. The event was the finale of summer entertainment that ranged from operatic arias to a jug band. David Spielvogel found inspiration from an elephant at the zoo.
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STARADVERTISER / SEPTEMBER 18, 1987

Funny hats and tacky hula girl statues attract the attention of New Zealand visitors Jim and Betty Wingham at the Products of Hawaii Too store, but they also found quality items in Waikiki, and said there are some real bargains.
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STARADVERTISER / APRIL 29, 1970

In observance of National Maritime Week, a Miss Maritime Queen will be crowned at the meeting of the Propeller Club. This year’s contestants are Fay Enos, left, Shelly Flynn, Melodee Kennington, Kay Garrett, Lurline Lee, Paula George, Joy Otagaki, Linda Smith, Patricia Drane, Betsy Hughes and Grace Ameral.
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STARADVERTISER / MAY 24, 1962

A view of the Sheraton Maui hotel nearing completion at Black Rock in Kaanapali, near Lahaina, shows the unusual structure nestled against the cliffs with soaring balconies overlooking the sea coast. The $1.25 million project will include golf cottages near the beach and a marina.
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STARADVERTISER / APRIL 12, 1982

A faulty design by a Young Street company has been blamed for concrete flaking that prompted a halt in construction of the Kapiolani Boulevard onramp to the H-1 freeway. The $4.8 million project was stopped in December after cracks were noticed in the concrete girders.
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STARADVERTISER / JULY 10, 1966

It’s all in the family for James Miyashiro, 28 months, and his sister, Michele May, 4, as they shine up their Baby Hawaii trophies. James won the title at the Honolulu Jaycees State Fair this weekend. Michele May was a winner in 1964. They are the children of James T. Miyashiro and his wife of 2723 Liliha St.