To see all the full-text newspaper articles from the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin, you need a subscription to newspapers.com. Use this URL to search for clippings that are freely available to read.
These archival collections are all housed in the Archives & Manuscripts Dept., Hamilton Library. Their public hours are by appointment only so contact email@example.com if you are interested in using one of these collections.
The Japanese American Veterans Collection documents the rich heritage of Hawaiʻi‘s Japanese American veterans and their families. AJA veterans served with distinction during World War II as members of the 100th Infantry Battalion, Hawaiʻi Territorial Guard, Varsity Victory Volunteers (VVV), 442nd Regimental Combat Team (RCT), 1399th Engineers, and the Military Intelligence Service (MIS).
The RASRL (Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory) database provides a key to a treasure trove of student research papers covering over fifty years (1920s – 1970s) of observations of family, community and workplace relations throughout Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association Plantation Archives is a unique collection of records from plantations on the Hawaiian islands of Kauai, Oahu, Maui and Hawaii. It is a rich resource, providing detailed insight into plantation life and the sugar industry in Hawaii, spanning the years of 1850 to 1991.
This archival collection is housed in the Hawaiian Collection so please contact me directly if you are interested in using this resource.
There are two boxes of these agreements. Each contract includes the terms of the three-year labor agreement in English and Japanese, the signature or seal of the individual laborer, duty stamps, and signatures from T.H. Davies & Co. and the immigration company or bureau. Photographs of the worker and his wife are attached to some of the contracts. Two folders contain contracts with Eleele Plantation in 1896 and 1899.