FAQ

Are you the repository for Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni’s personal papers?

No. Our name honors the memory of Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni, former United States Senate Sergeant-At-Arms and long-time aide to Senator Daniel Inouye.  Although there is footage of Henry Giugni in our collections, we primarily house moving image materials from a variety of sources which relate to and document the history, culture and stories of the people of Hawaiʻi and which illuminate life in Hawaiʻi from different regions and eras.

How do I search your collections?

There is a basic keyword Search Bar at the top of each page on our website which searches titles in our cataloging database. Search options on the Results page include limiting to Digital Content Only; refining by Subject and Person/Organization; and limiting to a specific Date Range. You may also browse our collections through the Explore page and our Most Popular and Recently Uploaded videos on the homepage. For detailed searches, please contact the archive and our reference staff will be happy to assist.

How can I see full-length videos?

Contact us to make an appointment for viewing full-length videos.

How should I cite videos in ʻUluʻulu's collections?

The following is our preferred citation format:

Preferred Full Citation (item specific)
[Title of video], [Collection name], [Item ID number], ‘Ulu‘ulu: The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i.

Example of Full Citation
Interviews with kūpuna on George Helm and Kimo Mitchell, Juniroa Productions Collection, HKG 7322, ‘Ulu‘ulu: The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i.

Preferred Abbreviated Citation (general)
Footage from ‘Ulu‘ulu Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i.

Feel free to contact us for assistance with citing materials in our collections.

Who owns the copyrights to the videos in the archive?

ʻUluʻulu does not own copyrights to most of its materials. In general, the copyrights remain with the creators of the content. Audiovisual materials are protected by copyright law (Title 17 U.S. Code). The user is responsible for obtaining permission from the copyright owner for the publication, further reproduction, or reuse of the digital copies or other reproduction, beyond fair use. Please contact the archive for further information.

How do I donate materials to ʻUluʻulu?

If you have moving image materials that you wish to be part of our permanent collections and made publicly available for research and educational purposes, please contact us. We will be happy to discuss your donation. Please note that at this time we accept analog materials only; we do not collect born-digital material.