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Hawaii, The 50th State
Description: A U.S. Information Agency film about the new state of Hawaii in the late 1950s

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Clip #: TFA-92C
Length: 10:16
Year: 1959
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: South Pacific
Country: United States
State: Hawaii
Subject: Agriculture
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Hawaii, U.S.I.S. United States Information Service, airplane in flight, aerial Hawaii coast, United Airlines airplane in flight over Hawaii coast, map showing Hawaiian islands, Honolulu, Oahu, Honolulu Harbor, ocean liners, cruise ships, dockworkers unloading cargo from ships, Honolulu cityscape, street scenes, pedestrians crossing street, crosswalk, car pov two story apartment houses, garden apartments, people shopping at self-service supermarket, grocery store, cashier ringing up groceries, King Kamehameha Statue in front of Aliiolani Hale, man and children looking at statue, meeting with mayor and board of supervisors, Duke Kahanamoku shaking hands with man outside building and sitting at desk in office, woman bringing paperwork to Kahanamoku seated at desk, United States Post Office, Customhouse, and Courthouse, mail sorters, Hawaii Postmaster George T. Hara, ʻIolani Palace, May 1959, Territorial Legislature meets for the last time, 25 member Senate and 51 member of House of Representatives are established, Representative Daniel Inouye, Senator Hiram Fong, people boarding Aloha Airlines airplane parked on tarmac, pilots in cockpit, aerial airplane in flight over coastline, flight attendant pointing out window to passengers, pineapple industry, workers picking pineapples and placing onto conveyor belt, assembly line workers trimming pineapples traveling on conveyor belt, poultry industry, farmer walking through poultry farm pens, worker inspecting eggs and placing them on conveyor belt, female worker packing eggs into cartons, cattle and dairy industry, cattle in pasture, dairy farm, livestock farmer preparing cow to be milked in cow barn pen, cows eating from troughs, man removing stopper from irrigation canal in sugarcane field, sugarcane field on fire, worker using tractor to harvest sugarcane crop, crane being used to transport sugarcane onto truck, sugarcane being processed, workers bagging sugar into sacks, aerial coast, flight attendant pointing to location out window to airplane passengers, aerial Molokini, pilots in cockpit, aerial Mauna Kea, paddle boats, people surfing, lighthouse near rocky coastline, Dr. Richard Yu speaking to group children at athletic field, Yu and coach of University of Hawaii Moses Ome watching Track and Field trials to pick representatives for women's athletic meet, runners, church, people entering church or temple, priest kissing cheeks of women wearing leis around their necks, people seated in church during service, school, children playing in classroom, boy writing on blackboard, teacher instructing, children sitting at desks writing, children holding hands walking in line, children standing outside with hands over their hearts, University of Hawaii campus, students in library, woman looking through book in Asian language and removing book from shelf, Hawaii Hochi newspaper, lecture being held outside, audience seated outside, portraits Hawaiian people, Hawaiian people applauding, students exiting University building and walking on campus


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