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Opened on May 18, 1888
Founded by Charles Reed Bishop for the Kamehameha Schools
Our Birthday Book, McNeill Street, 1947-1948 (The Class of 1956)
Album for the 1948-1949 school year
Album for the 1949-1950 school year
Hawaii of Old, 1826-1940. A Ray Jerome Baker Collection.
Contents: Photograph albums. Chiefly black and white or sepia toned photographs from the early 1900s to 1959. Some albums contain newspaper clippings, event programs, and purple ink mimeograph newsletters. Includes a Ray Jerome Baker Collection of photo prints.
Provenance: The albums came from the Preparatory Department to the Archives and it is assumed that a teacher, or administrator compiled each album.
Bulk dates: 1888-1959
Location: Photo Archives in the Preparatory Department album. Main Archives room on Shelf 183.
Size and arrangement: 10 albums. (1.5 linear feet) 1 photograph album in the KS Photo Archives. 8 photograph albums for years 1947-1959 and 1 bound book of photo prints, Hawaii of Old, 1826-1940.
Archives Box Title: Kamehameha Schools/
Preparatory Department/ Photograph Album "Our Birthday Book"/
McNeill Street/1947-1948/(The Class of 1956)'
Bibliographic record: Kamehameha Schools Library Catalog. http://kspolaris.ksbe.edu/polaris
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