Interview with Thomas Nakayama #3 5/18/95
Interview with Thomas Nakayama conducted by Chris Conybeare and Teresa Bill recorded on May 18, 1995 for the 1946: The Great Hawaiʻi Sugar Strike project. Topics include applying for jobs after the plantation closed, growing and harvesting papaya, Kahuku's sense of community, creating fee simple housing, being target of lawsuits, water rights and limits, and being wise during business development. Includes black and white photographs of Thomas Nakayama with descriptions, shots of Kahuku Sugar Mill, and Mr. Nakayama in his garden.
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