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A Residence in the Sandwich Islands; Stewart, Charles Samuel,, 1839
A Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands; Bingham, Hiram, 1847
History of the Sandwich Islands Mission; Anderson, Rufus, 1870
Invitation; Haley, Nelson Cole, 1883, Feb. 12
Invitation issued to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cole Haley for the coronation ceremonies of the King and Queen of Hawaii
Journal; Andrews, Robert Wilson, 1870, Jan. 1 - December 26
Journal kept by Robert Wilson Andrews relating daily social and work evenst in Honolulu, Hawaii, primarily in the Fort Street area, and a small amount of time serving on board the Hawaiian Steamship Kilauea. Andrews often mentions religious activities such as meetings as well as the arrivals and departures of various vessels as well as the Kilauea.
Letters; Wood, N.H., 1872, Mar. 6
Description of a trip to the Kilauea Crater on the Island of Hawaii; written by N.H. Wood. Includes pencil illustration of the crater, and details of activity.
Logbook; Kilauea (Steamship), 1870, Dec. 26. - 1871, April 16
Logbook, kept by engineer Robert Wilson Andrews on board the steamship KILAUEA of Honolulu, Hawaii,Thomas, master, for a voyage to Ocean Island to rescue the stranded crew of the Steamship Saginaw. Captains Harrison and Brown took success commands. Contains illustrations, made 2 ports-of-call.
No. 4 view of Honolulu [Art print]; Emmert, Paul., 1854
View over roofs of buildings with Honolulu harbor and sveral vessels in distance. Border has individual buildings framed by simulated wooden poles.