The collection contains two albums of Hawaii scenes. The first album, ca. 1898, with photographs taken by O. F. Sampson of
Leonta, N.Y., contains 49 images of. Kamehameha Military School, Bishop Art Museum, other Honolulu buildings, houses of wealthy
residents, hospitals, Hawaiians from various ethnic backgrounds, street scenes, sporting events, military, Diamond Head, and
a mining camp. The second album, 1903-1904, contains 57 photographs of street scenes, ships, Honolulu residences, Haleiwa
Hotel and Hawaiian Hotel, pineapple and sugar cane fields.
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