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Monday, August 20, 2012

The Boys of Waialee

An historical profile of Waiale‘e’s most curious piece of architecture
by Donovan Kuhio Colleps | Aug 1, 2012      HONOLULU WEEKLY


Between Kahuku and Waialua, the rubble of a looming territorial-age building leans exhaustedly on the property where Crawford’s Convalescent Home now resides. Trade winds spill into what’s left of its four concrete walls, and the mountain ridgeline travels through each open hole, making landscape paintings out of rows of rectangular voids.

3 comments:

  1. Do you have any photos of the school back then?

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  2. Have photo, lived there from 1939 to 19445. Dad worked there and we lived on the beach. Book is out about our lives there "North Oahu Awakes"
    Stafford-Ames Morse
    morse.stafford@gmail.com

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  3. Have photos and story of Waialee life in the 1930-40s

    morse.stafford@gmail.com

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