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Interview with Eugene F. Kennedy
|Title:||Interview with Eugene F. Kennedy|
|Contributors:||Nishimoto, Warren (interviewer)|
Kodama-Nishimoto, Michi (interviewer)
Kennedy, Eugene F. (interviewee)
World War II
|Series:||Waikiki, 1910 - 1985: Oral Histories|
|Description:||A man recalls his grandmother's Kalakaua Avenue home; his homes on Lewers Road and, later, Ohua Avenue; Trent Town and Submarine Alley housing; Father Valentin and St. Augustine Church; and Waikiki childhood activities, including barefoot football and mischief. He also remembers his police work in the 1930s--walking beats, uniforms, directing traffic--and 1940s--emergencies on December 7, 1941; various department positions; and murder cases, houses of prostitution, and liquor control.|
police officer, assistant chief of police, captain of detectives; part-Hawaiian; male
Interview conducted in English.
|Pages/Duration:||2 hr, 45 min|
|Coverage (Spatial):||Hawaii Kai, Oahu|
|Appears in Collections:||
Waikiki, 1910–1985: Oral Histories|
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