Click the Newsletters menu item above to view the latest newsletter, published August 28, 2015. Highlights are: introducing Helen Wong Smith; acquisition of the William Hyde Rice family Bible, notes from Bill Wilcox, new Board president, and preview of 2016 calendar of historical photos.
2016 “Plantation Days” Calendar
by the Kaua’i Historical Society
“Glimpses into Kaua’i’s Past”
12-month calendar features scenes from local plantations.
Informative captions and colorized photos.
Makes a great gift.
$15 each; $12 members’ discount price to Dec. 1
Postage and handling additional
Kaua’i Historical Society
Historic County Building
4396 Rice St., Lihu’e
Monday—Friday, 10 am to 4 pm
Also available are the 2016 calendar, the “Cook ‘Em Up Kauai” cookbook, “Lihue: Root and Branch of a Hawaii Town,” and remaining t-shirts with Centennial logo.
Support your Kauai Historical Society by treating yourself to these fine publications. View recent articles about the Kauai Historical Society here. View the Kauai Historical Society online library catalog.
Our Physical address is: Historic County Building 4396 Rice Street Suite 101 Lihue, HI 96766 Hours of Operation Monday-Friday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Research by appointment only. ($35 research fee for non-member, free for members) You can find this and more at the Kaua‘i Historical Society. Please join us on our journey to collect and preserve the unique history of Kaua‘i. At the Kaua‘i Historical Society, we’re bringing history to life!
Kaua‘i Historical Society P.O. Box 1778, Lihu‘e, HI 96766 Telephone: (808) 245-3373 Fax: (808) 245-8693 Email: email@example.com
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