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>> Kamehameha School for Boys, Class of 1893

Back row, left to right: David Ai, Issac Harbottle, Solomon Mahekona, Matthew Kane, John Wahinamaikai, Kaili Kanehe, Robert Baker, William Meheula
Middle row, left to right: Moses Kauwe, Samuel Spencer, D.S. Ruevsky, James Hakuole, Noah N. Kauhane
Sitting foreground, left to right: Henry K. Blake, Abraham Pihi
Name
Residence in 1902-1903
Occupation

Ai, David L.

Honolulu

Editor of Kuokoa.

Baker, Robert

Honolulu

Musician, Government Band.

Blake, Henry

Koloa, Kauai

Deputy Tax Assessor.

Harbottle, Issac

Honolulu

Clerk, Tax Office

Harbottle, James

Honolulu

Cashier, U.S. Internal Revenue Office

Kane, Matthew H.

Kipahulu, Maui

Teacher in Public Schools.

Kanehe, Kaili

Honolulu

Taro Planter.

Kauhane, Noah

Honolulu

 

Kauwe, Moses

Honolulu

U.S. Custom House.

Mahelona, Solomon

Honolulu

Real Estate Agent.

Maheula, William

Anahola, Kauai

Teacher in Public Schools.

Pihi, Abraham

Deceased

 

Spencer, Samuel M.

Waimea, Hawaii

Deputy Sheriff, South Kohala

 


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