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" Standing Room Only "  …  Princess Theater, Honolulu [Circa 1945]

" Standing Room Only "  …  Princess Theater, Honolulu [Circa 1945]

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" Diamond Head "  …  Vintage Photograph [Circa 1920’s] by:  ”Williams Studio, Honolulu, T.H.” which is stamped on the reverse … The photographer, James J. Williams, started his business in Hawaii in 1879 and he died in 1926  …  [Flea Market Find]

[Sailor Gil Collection] 

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" Triple Play " 

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" This Lady Gets Around "  …  I’m certain that I saw this lady previously, with a different sailor !

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sailorgil:

" Pipe Smoking Sailor Buddies in Hawaii " 

Photo courtesy of “Collection of David Claudon”

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" Someone’s In Love !! " 

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sailorgil:

" Double Trouble "

joshuafountain:

c. 1940s

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" Mermaid Kariel "  …  Hawaii … http://www.mermaidkariel.com/

nyworldsfaircollections:

Happy Birthday Hawaii

Aloha!  Today is Hawaiian Statehood Day, when Hawaii’s admission as the 50th state occurred on August 21, 1959.  Here’s a brief history lesson: In 1898 the United States annexed Hawaii as one of its spoils from its victory in the Spanish-American war.  The United States had a vested interest in the islands for some time, coveting its strategic placement as a navy base.  During World War II, Oahu served as a command post for US operations in the Pacific, as large portions of the region were turned over to US military bases. After the war, two-thirds of the residents favored statehood.  However, resistance to Hawaiian statehood was plentiful, particularly in the segregated south.  A primary election took place in Hawaii on June 27, 1959, and various statehood propositions received many votes on that day. Following the certification of the election results, President Eisenhower signed a proclamation on August 21, 1959, declaring Hawaii to be the 50th state.

-Wendy Jimenez, Archival Fellow

Top: Brochure from the World’s Fair Collection at the Queens Museum. Gift of Michael Shernoff, 1988.89.44WF64.

Bottom: Photo from the World’s Fair Collection at the Queens Museum. Gift of Peter Warner.

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nofrillsretro:

BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN GIRL, VINTAGE 35mm COLOR SLIDE, 1950s

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" The Reversal of ‘A Girl in Every Port’ Is ‘A Sailor from Every Ship’ !! "  …  Vintage Studio Portrait, 1940’s

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" Hawaii "   …  Vintage Pan Am Advertising

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" Matsonia "  …  Matson Line to Hawaii [Circa 1950]

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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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