View of a book entitled "Builders of Hawaii." A hand opens it to several different places, revealing photos of persons who played roles in the early development of Hawaii. Also revealed are pages from the newspaper "Commercial Advertiser" reporting that flags changed as "Hawaii becomes the first outpost of Greater America" and "Old Glory is the new flag of the Hawaiian Islands." (This refers to the establishment of the Territory of Hawaii, under the U.S. Hawaiian Organic Act of 1900.) A portrait of Sanford Ballard Dole is shown. (He was the President of the Republic of Hawaii, 1894-1900, and its first Territorial Governor, 1900-1903.) Views of the Hawaiian State Archives Building, on the grounds of the Iolani Palace, in Honolulu. A plaque honoring Captain James Cook. Views of visitors inside an exhibit that includes a reproduction of an early Hawaiian cottage.
Business activities in Honolulu, Hawaii. President of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce Tatsuo Yamamoto and Secretary Tsunoda. Members of Hawaii Legislature include Baker, Paschoal, Robinson, McFarland and Pasqual Akina Keolohe at a formal gathering.
A trip to Honolulu, Hawaii from San Francisco, California. Animated map depicts the location of Hawaii. A cruiser leaves San Francisco for Honolulu. A Hawaiian shore. A Honolulu harbor showing buildings and a crowd on a dock. Palm trees in Honolulu. Japanese people walk along a sidewalk. A Japanese tea store. A Japanese vegetable peddler walks.
The U.S. Army transport ship, Chateau Thierry, backing into a pier at Honolulu, Hawaii. Native swimmers are seen in the water at the side of the ship. The ship's deck is crowded with U.S. Army personnel in uniform, who watch as the Chateau Thierry docks at Army Transport Pier No. 5. Several other ocean-going vessels are seen in nearby berths. A mountain ridge is seen in background. Army personnel and several civilians crowd the pier to greet the arrivals. Several Army aviators are seen on deck. Sailors on the ship handle anchor chains. After the ship ties up, Army passengers disembark carrying their belongings. In a different setting, a parade ground is filled with American soldiers in formations holding U.S. and unit flags. Several round roofed buildings are seen clustered in a hill overlooking the Army parade field. The U.S. Army units march and pass in review before a large crowd of spectators.
Business activities in Honolulu, Hawaii. A man instructs women in a room. A woman makes a bed. Another woman sits in a chair. Models get dressed up. Clothes displayed on mannequins. A woman helps the models to get dressed. The woman gives a hat to a model.
Business activities in Honolulu, Hawaii. People gathered in a dinning hall. People leave and enter the dinning hall. Women around tables in the dinning hall.