Thursday, February 23, 2012

"Preserving Local Historical Sources: How it Happens and Why it Needs to Be Done"

The below announcement regards a talk about a soon-to-be available manuscript collection in our Hawaiian Collection: the archives of Hawai'i Catholic Women's Guild.

"Preserving Local Historical Sources: How it Happens and Why it Needs to Be Done"

The Catholic Women’s Guild, Archives Preservation and Access Project
Palama Settlement, Dining Room
810 N. Vineyard Blvd.
March 3, 2012
11:00 AM

Moderator:
Dr. Albert W. H. Lum, Professor Emeritus (English), Chaminade University;
Curator, Brother Bertram’s Photographs, 1883–1905

Speakers:
Sr. William Marie Eleniki, OSF, Chief Administrator,
St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaiʻi
Paula Rath, Journalist and Palama Settlement Trustee;
and Jacqueline Rath, Archivist, Palama Settlement Archives
Ellen Chapman, Archivist, University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa
Dr. Janine Richardson, Historian; Project Director, Catholic Women’s Guild Preservation Project

1 comment:

  1. Mahalo Catherine Hughes for sharing this blessed event in my life. My intentions to attend was to ask about public access once it enters the Hamilton Library. But, as I sat there I realized that I was a participant of Palama Settlement as a young child. My grandparents has a church "Gospel of Salvation" just down the street and they are buried at Oahu cemetary. At the age of four, I remember living on Palama Road, Lanakila Housing, on the church grounds as well as on Kalihi St. And I had lots of family on Pua Lane. My mother grew up in a Red House (Tutu Kaleo's) where Susana Wesley exist. My interest in research is Don Marin for we have lot's of Marin family members living in Waianae. I'm interested in the details of Annexation and the Monarchy common laws. I was also a participant at Kaimuki Library to stop the building over the graves on Kings Street. One thing led to a branch of interest! Mahalo Luwella Leonardi

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