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World War II in the Pacific: Library Information

A guide to finding primary and secondary resources.

Hawaiian & Pacific Collections

Some general notes:

  • The Hawaiian & Pacific Collections are "closed shelf" collections, meaning that you cannot wander through the stacks and pull books off the shelf as you see them. Instead, you need to search for them within the Voyager online catalog and request them using "Get This Item." (For instructions on requesting materials from our collections, click here). Once items have been requested they will be available for pick-up at our fifth floor circulation counter in roughly 10 minutes.
  • Don't wait until the last minute do to your research! Our hours are different from the rest of the library (see box at upper left for current hours). Some of our materials can only be used in the library. (For more on our circulation policies, click here.) It's therefore important to budget your time wisely when working on projects. Whenever possible, try to do your Voyager searches and requests before you come to the library, so that your materials will be waiting for you when you arrive. Find out which materials can only be used in the library -- you might want to photocopy or scan portions of these texts to take with you. (The Hawaiian & Pacific Collections have two photocopy machines and one scanner; photocopies are 9 cents per page with a copy card or 10 cents per page without one; scanning is free.)

 


Senior Librarian, Pacific Collection

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Stu Dawrs
Contact:
Pacific Collection, Hamilton Library

Fifth Floor, Office 512
Hamilton Library
2550 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu. HI 96822
(808) 956-9779
Website / Blog Page
Subjects:Pacific

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