Lānaʻi Pine Parade
Lāna‘i Archive Resources
Lāna‘i Culture & Heritage Center maintains a growing collection of more than 40,000 items which help tell the story of Lāna‘i and the many people who have called the island home. The collections are still being catalogued with indices and finding aids being developed. In 2017-2019 The Hawai‘i State Legislature Grant-in-Aid program provided funding to engage in a major conservation program, including providing online access to many of our archival resources.
"Pine Parade" A monthly publication by employees of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company documents life and plantation work on Lānaʽi and at other HAPCo sites. Selections from the archive now available on-line (in chronological order, starting with the last available plublication) include the January, 1952 issue from the collection of Alfonsa Lopez, and 1948 issues from the collection of Natsuko Minami.
If you have copies of the Pine Parade publications, please consider donating them to the Lānaʽi Culture & Heritage Center. Please note some of the pages are damaged and not shown in their entirety.