Since that mishap the other day, I have been randomly posting a masthead from the newspapers as a header for the blog. From the simple to the ornate, they are all beautiful when you look at them, each of them with their own story to tell.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Issued in Honolulu, January 5, 1916, by Agent Palmer P. Woods—Walter Akana, fifty-eight years old, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mahuka, Continue reading
[Found under: “Around the City”]
Young Wife Dies—Mrs. Helen Paialua Haumea, wife of Solomon Haumea, of McInerny Tract, Kalihi, died at 9:10 o’clock yesterday morning in The Queen’s Hospital, following a major operation, Continue reading
MY LOVING LEI HELENA HAUMEA HAS PASSED ON.
MRS. HELENA HAUMEA.
Mr. Sol. Hanohanno, Aloha oe:–Please may I ask for your patience for my painful bundle above, and insert it in an open space of our pride, the speedy messenger that goes about the islands, so that the intimates and friends of my dear loving lei, Helena Haumea, will know. Continue reading