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Mo'ili'ili

A piece of Mo'ili'ili history



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Mo'ili'ili children behind Hashizume Store on Kahuna Lane, in the late 1930s. Bottom row: Kenneth Hashizume, Kenji Yoshii, Herman Hashizume (with cat). Top row: "Crooked" Ige and Henry Yoshii.

From Mo'ili'ili–The Life of a Community, published by the Mo'ili'ili Community Center. $29.95, available at the center, 2535 S. King St., 955-1555, as well as the Japanese Cultural Center and the University of Hawai'i at Manoa Bookstore.

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