Interview with Sadao Hikida
"A longtime Moana Hotel worker writes about his father's carpentry and caretaking jobs at Ainahau and other Waikiki estates; mother's home laundry; Waikiki streams and flooding; Chinese farms; Kuhio and Moana piers and other Waikiki landmarks; Ala Wai Canal dredging; Waikiki School; Moana Hotel and its employees; 1946 tidal wave, and Kapiolani Park."
Waikiki, 1910-1985: Oral Histories
A collection of over 50 interview transcriptions
Journal & Magazine Articles
Honolulu Star-Advertiser: 2010-current
Honolulu Advertiser: 11/02-06/2010
Honolulu Star-Bulletin: 3/96-06/2010
Timeline, stories, and photos of Waikīkī by DownWind Productions, a collaborative of artists, writers, teachers and activists who examine the impact of colonialism, capitalism, and tourism in Hawai'i.
First Hotels at Waikiki
by Helen Chapin
Library of Congress. 1922.
"Canoes at Diamond Head," by Edward Bailey, 1890.