Back in the Day: Photos from Hawaii’s Past | Honolulu Star Advertiser
Star Advertiser | June 27, 2021 | Updated June 26, 2021 at 3:27 am
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / JANUARY 21, 1984
Wailupe Valley School students Hung Luong, left, Tammy Dolbeare and Paul Moyland try their best to focus as they follow directions from yoga teacher Rama Devi, whose workshop was part of the school’s Enrichment Day. Other activities included carpentry, karate, knitting, cribbage, and cooking.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 17, 1985
A sandscape of the Statue of Liberty created by Charles Kober Associates won second place in the eighth annual Great Hawaiian Sandcastle Event at Kailua Beach Park, sponsored by the University of Hawaii School of Architecture. Around 200 professional and hobby architects took part in the competition.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / APRIL 23, 1981
Dan and Josie Over from Kuliouou watch Peter Acajou prepare a meal in their lava stone kitchen, which has a walk-in refrigerator, two ovens and a deep-sea diving helmet that has been converted into a light.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / AUGUST 7, 1987
James McClymonds (left) and John Faasili help finish a mural on Kuhio Park Terrace where teenagers are transforming the community.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 17, 1971
Peter Charlot (left) and Ken Frankel demonstrate the art of Kabuki to the young people of the Kalihi Elementary School as part of the Department of Education’s “Artists in Schools” program.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / JULY 10, 1960
Hawaiian blessings and a foundation stone laying ceremony begin work on the $ 1 million Leeward Shopping Center in Ewa Beach. Campbell Estate heiress Alice Kamokila Campbell, left, watches as David “Daddy” Bray blesses the ground for the 7 acre retail center.
STAR ADVERTISING ARCHIVE / 7 JUNE 1971
Campers on Makapuu Beach know that summer is here and all roads lead to where life is easier – especially when you have five mattresses.
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