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Aloha Tower dedicated.

Sanford Dole, former president of the Republic of Hawai'i, dies.

Honolulu Stadium opens.

Tom Blake invents the hollow surfboard, revolutionizing surfboard design.

Construction begins on Richards Street YWCA building designed by San Francisco architect Julia Morgan and landscape architect Catherine Jones Richards.


C. Brewer & Company celebrates centennial anniversary of company founding.

$86,517,000 worth of imports arrive in Hawai'i; exports total $100,145,000.


Dr. Mon Fah Chung, a neurologist, returns to Honolulu and is the first to offer private psychiatric treatment.

Beryl Mills - "Miss Australia" - passes through Honolulu on her way to the beauty contest in Atlantic City.

Visiting performers include San Francisco violinist Max Dolin and Russian bass Feodore Chaliapin.


First automatic pop-up toaster introduced to the public.

Ernest Hemingway publishes The Sun Also Rises.

Fritz Lang's Metropolis first shown.

Gertrude Ederle swims across the English Channel.

Winnie-the-Pooh published by A.A. Milne.

Harry Houdini dies.


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