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1280 Center Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
1280 Center Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
 
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1651 South 35th Street - Tacoma, Washington
1651 South 35th Street - Tacoma, Washington
This house, built by Lewis Raby in 1918, is described as a "new maternity home" in Alice [Bushby] Raby's obituary.

These photographs were kindly taken by Sue Kellar.
 
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1940 Census - Paul E. Tognetti
1940 Census - Paul E. Tognetti
Paul E. Tognetti, age 19 and having completed 4 years of high school, living with his parents Joseph and Beatrice Tognetti and family in King City, California.
 
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1947 Family Portrait - Helen and James Wilkinson with daughter Virginia Mae Wilkinson and son James William Wilkinson Jr.
1947 Family Portrait - Helen and James Wilkinson with daughter Virginia Mae Wilkinson and son James William Wilkinson Jr.
 
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42 Passengers on Wilhelmina
42 Passengers on Wilhelmina
Matson Liner has small shipment of mail, big cargo. Arrival from Seattle on 1 Nov 1929
 
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<b>S.S. Cameronia</b>
S.S. Cameronia
* Ship Name: Cameronia
* Years in service: 1910-1917
* Funnels: 2
* Masts: 2
* Shipping Line: Anchor
* Ship Description: Built by D. & W. Henderson & CO., Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 10,963. Dimensions: 515' x 62' (532' o.l.). Twin-screw, 17 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and two funnels.
* History: Passengers: 250 first, 450 second, 1,000 third. Maiden voyage: Glasgow-New York, September 9, 1911. Converted to troopship in 1917. Torpedoed and sunk without warning 150 miles from Malta, April 15, 1917, with the loss of a number of lives.
* Running mates: Caledonia, California and Columbia.
* Note: None were identical.
 
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<b>S.S. Columbia</b>
S.S. Columbia
* Ship Name: Columbia
* Years in service: 1901-1929
* Funnels: 3
* Masts: 2
* Aliases: Columbella (1914), Columbia (1919), Moreas (1926)
* Shipping Line: Anchor
* Ship Description: Built by D. & W. Henderson & CO., Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 8,292. Dimensions: 485' x 56' (503' o.l.). Twin-screw, 15 1/2 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and three funnels.
* History: Renamed: (a) Columbella (1914), (b) Columbia (1919), (c) Moreas (1926). Note: Employed as a British armed merchant cruiser during World War I.
* Scrapped in Italy, 1929.
 
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A modern drawing of the Los Alamos General Store
A modern drawing of the Los Alamos General Store
 
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A screen shot of the now departed Crumpler.org website
A screen shot of the now departed Crumpler.org website
 
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A Special Day For Thanks
Poetry by Paula Tognetti, Grade 6, Aina Haina School - from Honolulu Star Bulletin - 10 Dec 1961
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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A Trip to the Altar by Virginia Mae Wilkinson and Paul E. Tognetti
A Trip to the Altar by Virginia Mae Wilkinson and Paul E. Tognetti
Church of the Crossroads - 20 Sep 1946
 
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Agnes Wiltshire and George Moore
Agnes Wiltshire and George Moore
Courtesy of Hilary Gadsby
 
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Albert 'Baba' Wilkinson and Tommy on the Judd Memorial Trail, Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu - 1958
Albert "Baba" Wilkinson and Tommy on the Judd Memorial Trail, Nuuanu Valley, Honolulu - 1958
The Judd Memorial Trail was called the "secret trail" by us. I think it was built with Federal funds during the depression, and it starts above Dowsett Highlands and runs up to the Old Pali Road. Along the way there are Norfolk pine, guava trees, and some man-made mud slides down into Jackass Ginger pool. This photo, circa 1958, of Baba and Tommy (last name long forgotten) at the start of the hike.
 
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Albert and Helen (King) Wilkinson
Albert and Helen (King) Wilkinson
They spent their honeymoon at the Haleiwa Hotel, and I believe this photo was taken there -- 1925
 
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Albert George Moore and Barbara Thaw [Ross] Moore
Albert George Moore and Barbara Thaw [Ross] Moore
 
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Albert George Moore With Shotgun and Pheasants
Albert George Moore With Shotgun and Pheasants
Photographed in the 1930's in Winchester
 
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Albert Henry Piper
Albert Henry Piper
 
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Albert J Wilkinson with Car
Albert J Wilkinson with Car
 
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Albert Joseph Wilkinson
Albert Joseph Wilkinson
 
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Albert Wilkinson and Daughter Shirley Wilkinson
Albert Wilkinson and Daughter Shirley Wilkinson
On the S.S. President Cleveland sailing from Honolulu to San Francisco - October 17, 1927
 
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Albert Wilkinson as a Young Man - Honolulu, Hawaii
Albert Wilkinson as a Young Man - Honolulu, Hawaii
 
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Albert Wilkinson at Kahala Elementary School - 1969
Albert Wilkinson at Kahala Elementary School - 1969
 
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Albert Wilkinson by a Lily Pond
Albert Wilkinson by a Lily Pond
Photo dated February 1926
 
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Albert Wilkinson in the Park
Albert Wilkinson in the Park
Date not known - probably 1925
 
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Alberta Wilkinson, Emilia "Lily" Wyser, and Shauna Elisa Walsh
Three generations, all born on the same day - 5 April. This appears to be their shared birthday, 5 April 1956. Shauna is one. Photographed at 1080 Makaiwa Street, Kahala, Honolulu.
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Alice May Frost Wyatt
Alice May Frost Wyatt
 
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Amelia 'Gertie' Parker
Amelia "Gertie" Parker
Accoring to Minnie Frost James' 1977 letter, "Aunt Gertie died tragically young -- a talented musician and artist. I can just recall her, as I was only about 4 or 5 when she died."
 
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Amy wilkinson 1894 baptism
Amy wilkinson 1894 baptism
 
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Amy Wilkinson 1901
Amy Wilkinson 1901
 
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Amy Wilkinson 1901.jpg
Amy Wilkinson 1901.jpg
 
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Amy Wilkinson 1911 (2)
Amy Wilkinson 1911 (2)
 
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Amy Wilkinson 1939
Amy Wilkinson 1939
 
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Amy Wilkinson 1939.jpg
Amy Wilkinson 1939.jpg
 
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Amy Wilkinson death
Amy Wilkinson death
 
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Amy Wilkinson death.jpg
Amy Wilkinson death.jpg
 
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Ann and Bob Bandera in the Stocks
Stowe in the Wold, England
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Ann Spicer, the mother of Clara Spicer.  Photograph of Clara's husband, Jesse Crumpler, in the background.
Ann Spicer, the mother of Clara Spicer. Photograph of Clara's husband, Jesse Crumpler, in the background.
Photograph courtesy of Patrick Dommett.
 
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Ann [Wilson] Heward in Adelaide, Australia
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Ann [Wilson] Heward in Her Bathing Suit
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Ann [Wilson] Heward, Marjorie [Wilson] Walsh, and Roger Wilson
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Anna and Helen Nelson - Seattle
Anna and Helen Nelson - Seattle
 
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Arthur Emil Mickelsen
Arthur Emil Mickelsen
 
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Arthur Mickelsen in his 'every day' uniform at West Point
Arthur Mickelsen in his "every day" uniform at West Point
In his early teens Arthur worked in the Nash auto factory and then for the Kenosha Evening News as a "cub" reporter. The editor took a liking to him and asked if he would like to go to a school that paid him. Arthur said, "Sure!" He'd dropped out of high school so he had to study for his GED and pass the entrance exam for West Point. He passed, and entered West Point in July 1916.
 
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Barbara Mae Morris Anderson
At the train station in San Bernardino, California - June 2008
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Barbara Pickup, Neil Moore, and Alberta "Birdie" Moore (nee Wilkinson)
Photographed at 1080 Makaiwa Street, Kahala, Honolulu circa 1956
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Beatrice Wilkinson 1891
Beatrice Wilkinson 1891
 
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Beatrice Wilkinson 1891.jpg
Beatrice Wilkinson 1891.jpg
 
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Beatrice Wilkinson 1901
Beatrice Wilkinson 1901
 
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Beatrice Wilkinson 1901.jpg
Beatrice Wilkinson 1901.jpg
 

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