Interview with Earle Kalikolehua "Liko" Vida

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1985
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Nishimoto, Warren
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Waikiki-born man remembers the Kalia area; Pierpoint activities; beach sand shifts; Horbron Lane area; Fort DeRussy; Hui Nalu, swimming, and Duke Kahanamoku; Kalia baseball team, Hawaii Baseball League, and pitching against Babe Ruth; and jobs as a newspaper seller, automobile parts stocker, and various positions at Alexander & Baldwin. He also details the Ala Wai Canal construction and assisting his father, who supervised the dredging.
newspaper seller, stocker, dredge operator, baseball player, stock clerk, bookkeeper, assistant to president; Hawaiian-Spanish-English; male
Interview conducted in English.
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Development, Family Life, Land and Ownership, Physical Environment, Sports
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3 hr, 5 min
52 pages
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Waialae, Oahu
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DU629 .W44 W3 1988
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