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" Sailor kissing a girl at a Navy luau, Hawaii, 1945 “  …  Photographer:  Eliot Elisofon

Sailor kissing a girl at a Navy luau, Hawaii, 1945 “  …  Photographer:  Eliot Elisofon

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" SS Mariposa — SS Monterey "  …  Vintage Matson Lines Postcard

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" UAL — Hawaii "  …  Vintage Travel Poster

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(Reblogged from kajuraho)

Pan-American Airways  helped ASTORIA Sailors and Marines keep in touch with relatives after the ship relocated to Hawaii. In addition to passengers, the Pan-Am clippers carried Air Mail to the mainland.
-photo from Brent Jones collection

 

(Reblogged from mermaids-101)
" Hawaii — United "  …  Travel Poster [Circa 1960]

" Hawaii — United "  …  Travel Poster [Circa 1960]

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" Sailor in Hawaii "  …  [Circa 1940’s]

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" Aerial View of Waikiki, Honolulu and Diamond Head "  …  From the Jan 3, 1932 issue of The Kansas City Star

[Sailor Gil Collection]

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" Moonlight on Waikiki "  …  From the Jan 3, 1932 issue of The Kansas City Star

[Sailor Gil Collection]

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" Ten Sailors "  

(Reblogged from joshuafountain)

" Poipu, Kauai "  …..  Photographer: Andy Beal [2010]

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waxclub:

Poipu, Koloa, Hawaii. Circa 1960

(Reblogged from 98bottlesblog)

" SS Lurline Ship Menu — 1953 "  …  Designed by Eugene Savage, Matson Lines

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" Mai Tai " 

" Mai Tai " 

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" John D Spreckels — Brigantine "  …   A  brigantine of 267 tons, was launched at the head of Mission Creek in 1880. She was built by Matthew Turner for Spreckels’ Hawaiian sugar trade. Like most of the vessels in that run, she carried passengers and was heavily rigged, including topmast stunsails which can been seen extended like giant wings in this picture.

Photo: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Museum

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" PBM Mariner Flying Boat "  …  Performing a Rocket Assisted Take Off {RATO} in Hawaii, 1944 … Photographer:  Horace Bristol

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