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Ke Ali‘i Pauahi
Charles Reed Bishop
The First Trustees
The Early Campus
Opening Days of the Historical Schools
The Kamehameha School for Boys (The Manual Department)
The First Graduating Class of the Kamehameha School for Boys, 1891
The Preparatory Department
The Kamehameha School for Girls
The First Graduating Class of the Kamehameha School for Girls, 1897
The First Principals
The Bishop Memorial Chapel
The 1932 Campus of the Schools

    The history of the formative years of Kamehameha Schools, those first vital years when the new institution was making its start, is, to a considerable extent, the history of a few illustrious men and women who contributed their services and wise guidance to instilling into the school those ideals and traditions that Princess Pauahi evidenced a desire for through her will. Building slowly but solidly these men and women laid the foundation of excellence on which the school of today rests.


(The History of the Kamehameha Schools, p. 49, a thesis for Master of Arts from the University of Hawaii in 1935 by Loring C. Hudson)


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