the industry. A huge yellow board warned in five languages that no women should board the boat or visit the monasteries. That my limbic system was on overdrive. Baker/ bishop museum Touchdown: Four UH Rainbows football players talk strategy in their huddle in this 1946 photo. In 1950, the club became a member of Hawaiian Canoe Surfing and Racing Association, along with the Outrigger Canoe Club, Waikiki Surf Club and Hui Nalu Canoe Club. The 14th-century ideas of Palamas built on the 3rd-century philosophy of Neo-Platonism, which united highly abstract spiritual concepts with monotheistic sensibilities, and concluded that this world was just a play of shadows on the wall of a Platonic cave.
It was a popular meet-up spot for the towns socialites. A couple shares a kiss in front of a lunch wagon in this 1970 photo. If there was something novel in Palamass mix, it was the Christian idea of universal love agape as the ultimate reward and the key to personal salvation. Sometimes called the Christian Tibet, it rises from a finger-like peninsula that connects with the rest of the country by a narrow isthmus. Photo: bishop museum, our iron industry: Honolulu Iron Works workers, and their bosses pose in the undated photo above. Malama Palama: Festival of 100 Voices. Paradise of the Pacific. The café was part of the 300-room Alexander Young Hotel, its namesake a prominent Honolulu businessman. Photo: honolulu magazine archives Catching Da Bus: Farrington High School students wait to catch the bus after school in this photo circa 1982. Although raised as an Orthodox Christian, I stopped sharing its central beliefs a long time ago. Many advertised cigarettes, bars and plays.
Photo: state archives, trained Nurturers: Board of Health nurses pose on the steps of Palama Settlement in this 1935 photo. I was brought to his spartan cell, where he was guiding the prayer of a young apprentice. After a brief stop to transfer into a smaller boat, I circumnavigated the peninsula, arriving at the Iviron Monastery on the eastern coast by late afternoon. Acquired Longs Drugs Stores for.9 billion, but smartly decided to keep the Longs name locally. I shut my eyes. Photo: state archives, shot in the Arm: In 1929, the Department of Health started vaccinating Honolulu school children against diphtheria. The way we get around our city has greatly advanced. The last female we would see for the duration of our stay was the old lady at the kiosk that sold sardines.