Just in...Oral histories on Hawaii politics

Although published in 1996, the Hawaii Political History Documentation Project was just obtained by the Library. In three volumes totalling 1618 pages, it was produced by Hawaii Public Television and the Center for Oral History, Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawaii. Forty-two former office holders, aides, appointees, party organizers, union officials, lobbyists, and political observers share their views and recollections on politics in Hawaii, as well as personal backgrounds. Some of those interviewed: Tadao Beppu, Thomas Gill, Richard Henderson, Herman Lemke, William Quinn, William Richardson, Daniel Tuttle, Masaru "Pundy" Yokouchi. (Ref. JK9335 H36 1996)


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