More Emma Rose, 1909.

MISS EMMA ROSE GETS PICTURES OF HER OLD HOME

Southampton, May 20, 1909.

To Mr. James Steiner.

Dear Sir: Inclosed please find money order $1.50 for photos. I am very much obliged for all the trouble you have taken in my behalf, and am well pleased with the result. Continue reading

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Emma Rose writes again, 1909.

EMMA ROSE WRITES AGAIN ABOUT OLD HONOLULU

Southampton, March 29, 1909.

To Mr. James Steiner.

Dear Sir: The postals, album and papers, received, and I thank you very much for the kindly interest you have taken. The scenes are exceedingly satisfactory and some seem very familiar, also, many of the names. Continue reading

Emma Rose, living in New York, 1909.

WHO CAN PICK OUT HOUSE WHERE EMMA ROSE WAS BORN?

An Interesting Letter From a Woman Who First Saw the Light in Honolulu—Remembers Old Landmarks.

Southampton, U. S. A.
February 4, 1909.

To Mr. James Steiner.

Dear Sir: I am sending one dollar, and will you please send me that amount in postcards, after deducting the postage? I was born in Honolulu, and visited the place several times afterwards, as my father was a whaling captain. Continue reading

New Hilo jail, 1896.

ABOUT HILO’S NEW JAIL

IT WILL BE A LARGE AND CONVENIENT STRUCTURE.

Containing Sixteen Separate Rooms for Cells and Offices—Built of Lumber With an Iron Roof.

On Thursday next the Minister of the Interior will open bids for the construction of a building which is designated to fill one of the many long-felt wants of the citizens of the capital of the island of Hawaii. Hilo is at last to have a jail and one large enough to accommodate a considerable proportion of her population whenever it may be necessary. Continue reading