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18 Vintage Photos From Hawai‘i’s Pineapple Plantation Past

Historic photos courtesy of the Dole Food Co. Archives at UH’s Hamilton Library.


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We devoted our 127th annual holiday issue this year to Hawai‘i’s pineapple plantation past, and combed the Dole Food archives at UH Mānoa’s Hamilton Library for photos. There were so many that we wanted to share a few fun shots that didn’t make it to print. Enjoy!

 

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