Bishop Museum Media

Life in Hawaii part 3 of 3 1968

Footage recorded by Thomas Taro Higa in 1968 includes people and various industries and trades in communities across the Hawaiian archipelago including Keo Nakama getting out of the water at the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium; an open water swimmer with boats and surfers following; a quarry; paving a road; loading produce; Times Supermarket; fishing; seafood and Tamashiro Market; making tofu; Arakawa's; O.K. Slippers; Hokama's Music & TV Service; King's Bakery; Cafe Flamingo; Masa's Cafeteria; K.C. Drive Inn; Kau Kau Wagon; Johnny's Auto Top Shop; a tailor; Chevron; office workers; surfers; Waikīkī; the Kodak Hula Show; airports; Kuakini Hospital; Stanley S. Yonamine Medical Laboratory; Kida Nursing Home; a hair salon; a fashion institute; many people coming together at the end. This footage is from Bishop Museum accession number 1978.0071.0003.

Languages: English


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