Director of Hawaii Bureau of Land Conveyances.
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They commenced with a historical overview of the archives. Noting how a visitor to the islands
Records in the archives differ from other organizations because they are exclusively government
The archives are divided into divisions, according to vital statistic records marriage, birth and
They have information on Immigration and Citizenship Records which includes ship
It is important to note that you will need to sign out any and all materials at the circulation desk.
Before the end of their presentation a brochure of "Genealogy Resources At The Hawaii State Archives" was provided.
Her forte was in the Hawaiian Collection Reference Area of the library located on the 5th floor. The reading area is used predominately by researchers. It is a secured research area, where materials must be requested at the circulation desk, and cannot be removed unless multiple copies of the source is available. Students, faculty and former faculty affiliates have access at no cost to borrow materials. A community UH Card can be purchased at an annual cost of $60.00 USD, which will provide you with similar accessibility to that of a UH member with a few additional restrictions. They provide xeroxing at 10 cents a copy and scanning is free. However, you will need a flash drive to utilize this service."... " In general, the library is utilized by students, faculty and research patrons pursuing degrees of higher learning. However, the public does have access to library resources and services." - Summary written by Mona Morris, HCGS Member.
|Faith Burgwinkel and UH Librarian Dore Minatodani|
|Dore speaking to HCGS members on 5th Floor - Hawaii-Pacific Collection|
|Dore showing internet links of the Library|
|You can still find a beautiful card catalog for the 5th floor collection|
|Kelly demonstrating Power Point|
|Jim Deutch giving presentation about his mother, Dorothy Shatz (Polishuk) Deutch|
|Dorothy Deutch 1955|
|Tila and Echuna Polishuk abt 1912 - Dorothy's grandparents|
|Dorothy (bottom right) and her three siblings about 1909 in Ostropol|
|Frima Riva (Shatz) Polishuk - Dorothy's mother|
|Dorothy Polishuk abt 1926|
|The wedding of Dorothy Polishuk and Charles Deutch 1927 - San Diego, California|
|Trisha Mach Robertson|
|Old Letters from Poland|
|Marysia Pasierb Mikolajczyk 1957-2013 the cousin who corresponded recently with Trisha|
|Joseph Mach top left, Wanda Mach's godfather on top right|
front: Ted, Julia and Wanda Mach in USA
|Kataryzna Mach Pasierb b. 1888 Poland|
|Mach brothers: Frank (on left), Joseph, Stanley|
|Need to identify photos on right|
|Trisha at Sokolow Mlt, Poland in 2010|