Pictures into the past, 1903.

THE DAYS OF YORE OF HONOLULU

The Anglican Church Saint Andrew’s [Sana Anaru] in the year 1873. Built in 1867.

Photograph by Williams.

[This is part of a series of pictures of old Honolulu that ran on the first page of the Kuokoa. From about 1900, pictures become an added feature of the papers. Paging through the papers, you never know what or who you will come across! (…even after the all of the pages become word searchable, until they find a way to indicate that there is an image of this or of that).

(Kuokoa, 3/6/1903, p. 1)

KE AU KAHIKO O HONOLULU

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLI, Helu 10, Aoao 1. Maraki 6, 1903.

1 thought on “Pictures into the past, 1903.

  1. This wooden building is long gone. The present St. Andrew’s Cathedral is made of cut stone. Its facade, facing Beretania St., wasn’t completed until about 1959. For decades the front of the church was just wood until the massive stained glass window was installed.

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