The vast majority of the 1,250 newspapers Helen Chapin identified in Hawaiʻi remain available to researchers in two formats:
IDENTIFYING WHICH NEWSPAPERS YOU WANT TO USE
FINDING COPIES OF THE NEWSPAPERS YOU WANT TO USE
For Hawaiʻi-based researchers: Helen Chapin's Guide to Newspapers of Hawaiʻi, 1834-2000 offers extensive holdings information for Hawaiʻi libraries. Location and contact information for libraries can be found at the "Libraries and Other Repositories" links at left.
For researchers not in Hawaiʻi: Chronicling America includes some information on holding libraries outside of Hawaiʻi, but the information appears to be incomplete. Check Worldcat or check with your library for assistance on identifying a holding library near you.
Note, many of Hawaiʻi's newspapers are no longer available.