A plea from William K. Hussey, 1932.

LOOKING FOR HELP SO SOME HAWAIIANS IN TROUBLE CAN ARRIVE IN THEIR PLACE OF BIRTH

There was a letter written by W. K. Hussey, a old member of the territorial legislature, but he was a member of the British military in the great war of the world, to the Advertiser newspaper, asking for some assistance from Hawaii for a means for three troubled Hawaiians to return to Hawaii nei. Continue reading