Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii


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Clarence Naia in front of the Kalaupapa Store, 1986.

“Clarence was a real character, a really nice, interesting guy.” says Levin. “That car, it’s just a typical Kalaupapa car, without the door. They wouldn’t be able to easily repair the car and it would just end up rusting out. Some of them didn’t have license plates or floor boards. The rules were pretty lax.”
 

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