These 10 Trails In Hawaii Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins
While many of Hawaii's hikes lead to unforgettable destinations, these 10 trails lead to absolutely fascinating ruins, including royal homes and ancient temples.
Browse Items · Hawaiian Historical Society Historical Photograph Collection
Selected images from the historical photograph collection of the Hawaiian Historical Society. The Society's library contains approximately 10,000 images dating from the 1870s to the modern period with the majority being from the 1880s through the 1920s. Images of a small portion of the collection are available here along with catalog records for the entire collection.
Old Photo Hawaii "View of Diamond Head from Waikiki" | eBay
Old Photo. View of Diamond Head taken from Waikiki. You are purchasing a digital reproduction of the original image. The image you will receive will be printed on the highest quality archival photographic paper.
MODEL T AT WAIMEA BAY 1915? HALEIWA HAND PRINTED SILVER HALIDE PHOTO ON 8X10 MAT | eBay
If You Like This Image And Want To See Over 500 More Great Photos of Hawaiiana, Haleiwa, Surfing, Scenic Locations. If you know the area you can see the rock was covered with sand, and the shoreline went further out.
CLASSIC JERRY'S SWEET SHOP RESTAURANT, 1960'S HALEIWA TOWN, OAHU, ON 8X10" MAT | eBay
Jerry's was a well known eatery and soda counter popular with surfers and locals, originally the Sea View Inn, which was a famous historic local landmark, and was torn down in the early 1970's. Our images are available to see at over 40 locations on the island of Oahu.
Ha‘akulou — Kaumuali‘i’s Royal Cloak
Kaua‘i Museum Director Chucky Boy Chock, wearing the traditional attire from the Royal Order of Kamehameha, is seen here posing next to a royal ‘ahu‘ula (cloak) and mahiole (helmet) made to honor K…
Back in the Day Flash Backs of HNL I
H O N O L U L U - Back in the day A group of citizens of Honolulu listen intently on Jan. 1, 1903, as the first signals of the new trans-Pacific cable are received. It was the first real-time connection between Hawaii and the Mainland. Up to then, news was received via letters and newspapers that...