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"E KA LANI ! E OLA !!" sign detail on 1936-07-18, from- Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-36-10-007) (cropped)

"E KA LANI ! E OLA !!" sign detail on 1936-07-18, from- Arch welcoming...

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world. Motto: E Ka Lani E Ola!! Erected by foreign legations, including Scotland, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, and the United States.

1883 Map of Nihoa or Bird Islands, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-45-10-005)

1883 Map of Nihoa or Bird Islands, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-45...

Hawaiian Government Survey. W. D. Alexander, Surveyor General. Map of Nihoa or Bird Island. Surveyed and Drawn by S. E. Bishop. July 23, 1883.

1898 Hula dancer Maile at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition (PP-33-4-020) (cropped)

1898 Hula dancer Maile at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition (PP-33-4-02...

Hula dancer Maile at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition in Omaha, Nebraska.

1898 Hula dancer Mele at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition (PP-33-4-015) (cropped)

1898 Hula dancer Mele at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition (PP-33-4-015...

Hula dancer Mele, at the Trans-Mississippi Fair in Omaha, Nebraska.

A Native Fisherman (PP-22-1-027)

A Native Fisherman (PP-22-1-027)

A Native Hawaiian Fisherman.

A. L. C. Atkinson (PP-67-6-007)

A. L. C. Atkinson (PP-67-6-007)

Alatau Leonard Charles Atkinson (1871–1927), better known as Jack Atkinson.

A. L. C. Atkinson Translating a Political Speech in Hawaii (PP-67-6-008)

A. L. C. Atkinson Translating a Political Speech in Hawaii (PP-67-6-00...

Alatau Leonard Charles Atkinson (1871–1927), better known as Jack Atkinson. Translating a Political Speech in Hawaii. The written text reads: "A. L. C. Atkinson..."

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-002)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-002)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-004)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-004)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-006)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-006)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-009)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-009)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-010)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-010)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii.

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-011)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-011)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-012)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa (PP-97-16-012)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945), was a politician and Princess of Hawaii

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and granddaughter Kapiolani (PP-97-16-001)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and granddaughter Kapiolani (PP-97-16-001...

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945) and her granddaughter Kapiolani at Punaluu, Oahu.

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and group (PP-97-16-005)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and group (PP-97-16-005)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945) and group of Hawaiian women

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and Queen Marau (PP-97-16-008)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa and Queen Marau (PP-97-16-008)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882—1945) with Tahitian royalty, Queen Dowager Marau (1860—1934) and her daughter Princess Teri'i-nui-o-Tahiti (1879—1961).

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa at Royal Hawaiian Hotel (PP-97-16-007)

Abigail Campbell Kawananakoa at Royal Hawaiian Hotel (PP-97-16-007)

Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa (1882–1945) at front desk of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel

Abner Paki (PP-98-17-002)

Abner Paki (PP-98-17-002)

Abner Pākī (c. 1808–1855) was a member of Hawaiian nobility. He was a legislator and judge, and the father of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, founder of Kamehameha Schools.

Abner Paki (PP-98-17-006)

Abner Paki (PP-98-17-006)

Abner Pākī (c. 1808–1855) was a member of Hawaiian nobility. He was a legislator and judge, and the father of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, founder of Kamehameha Schools.

Abraham Fornander (PP-72-2-006)

Abraham Fornander (PP-72-2-006)

Photograph of Abraham Fornander made about 1878 (courtesy of Kungliga bibliotet, Stockholm, Sweden.

Adi Litia Samanunu, the wife of Cakobau (PP-46-3-023)

Adi Litia Samanunu, the wife of Cakobau (PP-46-3-023)

Adi Litia Samanunu, the wife of Cakobau, died 1881. Carte de visite; 7.3 × 5 cm, on mount 61 × 116.4 cm. This portrait was actually taken by Sir John Thurston in 1869, but subsequently reprinted by Dufty under ... More

Irene Afong (PP-67-2-021)

Irene Afong (PP-67-2-021)

Irene Afong, daughter of Toney Afong and granddaughter of Chun Afong. Her Chinese surname was Chun. She married the son of China's ambassador to the Court of St. James [1].

Irene Afong (PP-75-5-015)

Irene Afong (PP-75-5-015)

Irene Afong, daughter of Toney Afong and granddaughter of Chun Afong. Her Chinese surname was Chun. She married the son of China's ambassador to the Court of St. James [1].

Marie Afong Humphreys (PP-67-2-007)

Marie Afong Humphreys (PP-67-2-007)

Marie K. Afong (1867–1925) was the fourth daughter of Chun Afong and Julia Fayerweather Afong. She married Abram Stephanus Humphreys (1868–1916).

Melanie Afong (PP-67-1-005)

Melanie Afong (PP-67-1-005)

Beatrice Melanie Afong (1880–1959), twelfth daughter of Chun Afong and Julia Fayerweather Afong

Nancy Eldorah Luhana Frederica Afong (PP-67-2-003)

Nancy Eldorah Luhana Frederica Afong (PP-67-2-003)

Nancy Eldorah Luhana Frederica Afong, (February 16, 1861 – July 16, 1940), she was third child and second daughter of Chun Afong and Julia Fayerweather Afong. She married Francis Blately McStocker, who was the ... More

Ahu A Umi Heiau

Ahu A Umi Heiau

Ahu A ʻUmi Heiau was a vast complex of temples and living areas built around the 16th century. It is located on a remote dry plateau between Mauna Loa and Hualālai on the Big island of Hawaiʻi. It is site 74... More

1906

1906

Alatau Tamchiboulac Atkinson (November 1848 – April 24, 1906). Biography.

Albert Francis Judd (PP-74-2-005)

Albert Francis Judd (PP-74-2-005)

Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900) was a judge of the Kingdom of Hawaii who served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court through its transition into part of the United States.

Albert Francis Judd (PP-74-2-009)

Albert Francis Judd (PP-74-2-009)

Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900) was a judge of the Kingdom of Hawaii who served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court through its transition into part of the United States.

Albert Francis Judd and family (PP-74-2-026)

Albert Francis Judd and family (PP-74-2-026)

Albert Francis Judd (1838–1900) and family.

Albert Kamehameha, photograph by H. L. Chase (PP-95-10-004)

Albert Kamehameha, photograph by H. L. Chase (PP-95-10-004)

Photo of Prince Albert Edward Kauikeaouli Leiopapa a Kamehameha in his fireman outfit.

Albert Kamehameha, retouched photo by J. J. Williams (PP-95-10-006)

Albert Kamehameha, retouched photo by J. J. Williams (PP-95-10-006)

Albert Kamehameha. Charcoal artwork by J. Ewing, on a photograph by J.J. Williams of a painting of the Prince.

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-004)

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-004)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-005)

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-005)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-006)

Albert Kunuiakea (PP-98-6-006)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-001)

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-001)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-002)

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-002)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-003)

Albert Kunuiakea, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-98-6-003)

Albert Kukailimoku Kunuiakea (1851-1903), illegitimate son of Kamehameha III and Jane Lahilahi.

Albert P. Taylor, James D. Dole, and Gov. Wallace R. Farrington, Wheeler Field

Albert P. Taylor, James D. Dole, and Gov. Wallace R. Farrington, Wheel...

Albert P. Taylor, James D. Dole, and Gov. Wallace R. Farrington, Wheeler Field - Dole Air Race. Also known as the Dole Derby, flight from Oakland, Ca. to Wheeler Field, Honolulu, sponsored by James D. Dole.

Alexander Cartwright (PP-69-3-004)

Alexander Cartwright (PP-69-3-004)

Alexander Joy Cartwright, Jr. (April 17, 1820 – July 12, 1892), was officially declared the inventor of the modern game of baseball by the United States Congress on June 3, 1953. More judiciously, he is one of ... More

Alexander Cartwright (PP-69-3-008)

Alexander Cartwright (PP-69-3-008)

Alexander Joy Cartwright, Jr. (April 17, 1820 – July 12, 1892), was officially declared the inventor of the modern game of baseball by the United States Congress on June 3, 1953. More judiciously, he is one of ... More

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by I. W. Taber (PP-69-3-002)

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by I. W. Taber (PP-69-3-002)

Alexander Joy Cartwright, Jr. (April 17, 1820 – July 12, 1892), was officially declared the inventor of the modern game of baseball by the United States Congress on June 3, 1953. More judiciously, he is one of ... More

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-21-2-019)

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-21-2-019)

Alexander Joy Cartwright, Jr. (April 17, 1820 – July 12, 1892), was officially declared the inventor of the modern game of baseball by the United States Congress on June 3, 1953. More judiciously, he is one of ... More

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-69-3-005)

Alexander Cartwright, photograph by J. J. Williams (PP-69-3-005)

Alexander Joy Cartwright, Jr. (April 17, 1820 – July 12, 1892)

Alexander George Morison Robertson, in the Hawaiian Military Commission of 1895

Alexander George Morison Robertson, in the Hawaiian Military Commissio...

Alexander George Morison Robertson, in the Hawaiian Military Commission of 1895.

Alexander II, painting at Iolani Palace (PP-11-3-016)

Alexander II, painting at Iolani Palace (PP-11-3-016)

Painting of Alexander II of Russia at Iolani Palace. Presented to Kamehameha IV in 1863, arriving in the islands on 1864 after Kamehameha IV's death and the accession of his brother Kamehameha V. [1]

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-004)

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-004)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Canon of the St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, and principal of the Royal School for many years.

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-008)

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-008)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Canon of the St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, and principal of the Royal School for many years.

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-009)

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-009)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Canon of the St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, and principal of the Royal School for many years.

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-017)

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-017)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Canon of the St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, and principal of the Royal School for many years.

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-024)

Alexander Mackintosh (PP-75-6-024)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Canon of the St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, and principal of the Royal School for many years.

Alexander Mackintosh and family

Alexander Mackintosh and family

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh and family.

Alexander Mackintosh and wife (PP-75-6-035)

Alexander Mackintosh and wife (PP-75-6-035)

Rev. Alexander Mackintosh and wife Alice Brown Von Holt Mackintosh.

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-002)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-002)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (1836–1912) was a lawyer and American Civil War soldier, who then had another career as cabinet minister and judge in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-016)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-016)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (1836–1912) was a lawyer and American Civil War soldier, who then had another career as cabinet minister and judge in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-021)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-021)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (1836–1912) was a lawyer and American Civil War soldier, who then had another career as cabinet minister and judge in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-037)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (PP-72-6-037)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (1836–1912) was a lawyer and American Civil War soldier, who then had another career as cabinet minister and judge in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Alfred Stedman Hartwell and child (PP-72-6-015)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell and child (PP-72-6-015)

Alfred Stedman Hartwell (1836–1912) was a lawyer and American Civil War soldier, who then had another career as cabinet minister and judge in the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Alice Kamokila Campbell (PP-75-6-036)

Alice Kamokila Campbell (PP-75-6-036)

Alice Kamokila Campbell MacFarlane.

Aliiolani Hale, 1888 (PPWD-1-7-017)

Aliiolani Hale, 1888 (PPWD-1-7-017)

Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu. View from Iolani Palace shows the Kapuaiwa building at left, Aliiolani Hale, in the center, the Opera House at right and Honolulu Harbor in the distance.

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-9-3-012)

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-9-3-012)

Aliiolani Hale. Photograph by A. A. Montano.

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Frank Davey (PP-9-2-005)

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Frank Davey (PP-9-2-005)

Government Building, Honolulu, H. I. Photograph by Frank Davey.

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Frank Davey (PP-9-2-013)

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Frank Davey (PP-9-2-013)

Government Building, Honolulu, H. I. Photograph by Frank Davey.

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Severin (PP-9-3-004)

Aliiolani Hale, photograph by Severin (PP-9-3-004)

Aliiolani Hale. Photograph by Theodore P. Severin.

American flags on Iolani Palace, Annexation ceremony (PP-36-1-008)

American flags on Iolani Palace, Annexation ceremony (PP-36-1-008)

American flags on Iolani Palace, Annexation ceremony.

An unidentified female member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family (PP-67-2-008)

An unidentified female member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family (PP...

An unidentified female member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family. Photograph by James J. Williams.

An unidentified male member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family (PP-67-1-006)

An unidentified male member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family (PP-6...

An unidentified male member of the Chinese-Hawaiian Afong family. Addressed to "Papa's Cousin, Mrs. A. P. Taylor". Possibly Chun Wing-Sen, a grandson of Chun Afong.

Analea Keohokalole (PP-97-13-001)

Analea Keohokalole (PP-97-13-001)

Analea Keohokālole (1816–1869) was a Hawaiian chiefess and matriarch of the Kalākaua Dynasty that ruled Hawaiʻi from 1874 to 1893.

Analea Keohokalole (PP-97-13-002)

Analea Keohokalole (PP-97-13-002)

Analea Keohokālole (1816–1869) was a Hawaiian chiefess and matriarch of the Kalākaua Dynasty that ruled Hawaiʻi from 1874 to 1893.

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-008)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-011)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-012)

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-012)

Annexation of Hawaii. President Dole accepting the resolution Annexation from U.S. Minister Harold Smith.

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-018)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-019)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-020)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-021)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-022)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-023)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-35-8-026)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-012)

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-012)

Annexation of Hawaii. Raising the American flag during Annexation ceremony. Henri Berger and the Royal Hawaiian Band in foreground and United States Marines at attention.

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-016)

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-016)

Annexation of Hawaii. Raising the American flag at Iolani Palace, Annexation ceremony.

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-020)

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-020)

Annexation of Hawaii. Sanford B. Dole, Lorrin A. Thurston, Samuel M.Damon and others.

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-022)
Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-027)

Annexation of Hawaii (PP-36-1-027)

Annexation of Hawaii. Sanford B. Dole. Lorrin A. Thurston, Samuel M. Damon and others.

Annexation of Hawaii (PPWD-8-3-001)

Annexation of Hawaii (PPWD-8-3-001)

Annexation of Hawaii. Raising the American flag during Annexation ceremony.

Annexation of Hawaii (PPWD-8-3-010)
Annexation of Hawaii (PPWD-8-3-012)
Annexation Special Commission to Washington, 1893 (PP-36-1-007)

Annexation Special Commission to Washington, 1893 (PP-36-1-007)

Annexation Special Commission to Washington, 1893. Left to right: Lorrin A. Thurston, William Chauncey Wilder, William Richards Castle, Joseph Marsden, and Charles L. Carter.

Annie Alapai Akina (PP-32-8-021)

Annie Alapai Akina (PP-32-8-021)

Hula dancer Annie Alapai Akina.

Annie Cleghorn on swing (PP-69-5-018)

Annie Cleghorn on swing (PP-69-5-018)

Annie Pauahi Cleghorn on swing on the Ainahau estate.

Antoinette Swan, photograph by E. P. Butler

Antoinette Swan, photograph by E. P. Butler

Antoinette Francesca Manini Swan. Portrait by E. P. Butler, dated to 1870s or 1880.

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-36-10-007)

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world, photogra...

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world. Motto: E Ka Lani E Ola!! Erected by foreign legations, including Scotland, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, and the United States.

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world, photograph by A. A. Montano (PP-36-10-008)

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world, photogra...

Arch welcoming King Kalakaua home from trip around the world. Erected by the Chinese Merchants of Honolulu at the corner of Fort and King Streets.

Archibald Cleghorn with family and grandchildren (PP-96-10-006)

Archibald Cleghorn with family and grandchildren (PP-96-10-006)

Kaiulani with Cleghorn and grandchildren. Kaiulani, Cleghorn, Archie Boyd, Annie Cleghorn, Rose Robertson (Rosie), Helen Boyd holding child, James Boyd.