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Heiau in Kaimuki, Oahu. Heiau, probably Kukuionapeha, at the top of Koko Head Avenue, between Crater Road and what is now the Kaimuki Fire Station.

Heiau in Kaimuki, Oahu. Heiau, probably Kukuionapeha, at the top of Koko Head Avenue, between Crater Road and what is now the Kaimuki Fire Station.

Hawaii...mosquito truck spraying 1950s as a child I remember my friends and I jumping on our bikes and chasing the truck down the road...until we were enveloped in the gas cloud (which of course is toxic) ...I blame my present day "craziness" on the ingestion of these fumes. ;-)

Hawaii...mosquito truck spraying 1950s as a child I remember my friends and I jumping on our bikes and chasing the truck down the road...until we were enveloped in the gas cloud (which of course is toxic) ...I blame my present day "craziness" on the ingestion of these fumes. ;-)

Lanikai...olden days--before all the houses(date unknown)   1920s-1930s possibly  ;-)

Catalog Title: Karle Criss Special Collection Photo Additional Information: Air view , Karle Criss was a member of the Observation Squad in Hawaii, Tags: Karle Criss Special Collection Photo Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

watched many movies at Kam Drive In

We saw a lot of movies here, and we also went to the Swap Meet back when people actually sold old stuff before they started making like an open retail store.

Honolulu in 1888: The City That Made the Magazine - Honolulu Magazine - November 2012 - Hawaii

Honolulu in 1888: The City That Made the Magazine

Honolulu in The City That Made the Magazine - Honolulu Magazine - November 2012 - Hawaii

Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki.  Before I was born!

A friend e-mailed me this collection of Old Hawaii photos. More can also be found at Good Old Hawaii .

Fort Ruger, Kaimuki, Oahu 1914

Fort Ruger, as photographed in served as the first military reservation in the Territory of Hawaii. The reservation is now on the National Register of Historic Places, though portions of the site are still used for training by the Hawaii National Guard.

There's nothing like a vintage photo to remind you just how different things used to be. In 1925, sun worshippers still flocked to Waikiki, but the landscape was quite different. www.WaikikiBeachHouse.net

Incredible Visual Of Waikiki's Stunning Transformation

There's nothing like a vintage photo to remind you just how different things used to be. In sun worshippers still flocked to Waikiki, but the lands.

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