Wai'anae High School's Hawai'i State Archives Mirror...page 1
Looking down Fort Street from the corner of Hotel Street in Honolulu ca.1883.
(Hawaii State Archives, Folder 38-4 Honolulu in the 1880's, file# 1989)
Bishop Bank in downtown Honolulu ca.1880's.
(Hawaii State Archives, Folder 38-3 file #139a)
Moving Image (281K): Sugar Cane Field Workers ca. 1898. reproduced from the
Moving Image Reel: Hawai'i 1898. Hawaii State Library System.
This is from a collection of the first moving
pictures to be taken in the Hawaiian Islands processed into a
using Smart Dubbing .
Looking down Nuuanu Avenue from the waterfront in Honolulu, ca. 1890s.
The T.R. Foster building is seen on the ewa/mauka corner of Marin and
Nuuanu Avenues and was built in 1891. The red-brick building on the
Mauka/Waikiki corner of Nuuanu and King was built after
the great fire of 1886. Both buildings still stand today (The Foster
building today is Murphy's pub).
(Hawaii State Archives, Folder 38-4 Honolulu in the 1880's, file# 2052)
(Special thanks to Sarah Julianne Roberts
for her help in providing background notes for this photo.)