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Selected Bibliography Manuscripts Aholo, L.K. 1969. Oral history interview conducted by Helena G. Allen. Kamehameha School Archives. Alumni Office. 1833–1990. In Records (Formers/Graduates), Oberlin College Archives, record group 3213, box 16, class files. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Archives. Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University. Folder 152, Emma Kane. Appleton, L. E. 1880–1893. Transcript of journal of Lilla Appleton dealing with Hawaii and its revolution, 1880–1893. Oberlin College Archives, record group 30, subgroup 334, series 2, box 2. (The original journal remains in family hands.) ———. Papers. 1886–1893. In Vermont Historical Society, Berre, Vermont. ———. 1886–1937. In Alumni File, Oberlin College Archives, record group 28. ———. 1888. Kawaiaha‘o Seminary presentation to Hawaiian Mission Children ’s Society. In Lilla Estelle Appleton Papers. Student File. Oberlin College Archives, record group 30, subgroup 344, series 4, box 5. Being prayed to death: A seminary sensation at Lahaina. The wife of a teacher the victim of a kahuna who is a deacon in a native Church. 1893. In Babb Letters, The Bancroft Library, University of California–Berkeley. (Undated newspaper clipping enclosed in a letter from Caroline Babb to her family dated July 7, 1893.) Babb, G. and C. Letters. The Bancroft Library MSS 2000/62, University of California–Berkeley. Bingham, E. 1868. Letter to N. G. Clark, April 20. In Children of the Mission, Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Collection, Mission Houses Museum Library, Honolulu. 393 Bishop, S. E. Letters (BSH 1–943). Huntington Library, San Marino, CA. Chamberlain, M. A. 1889. Memoirs of the past, linked to scenes of the present in the history of Kawaiaha‘o Seminary. Typescript. In Education Collection, Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society, Mission Houses Museum Library, Honolulu. Hawai‘i State Archives. Department of Education. Violet K. Lima Department of Education File 261–67–32. ———. Divorce Records. 4th Circuit, Page 3. Divorce 69 Pupulenui. A38. Thrum, G. (Rose H. Thrum vs. George E. Thrum, suit for divorce.) ———. Marriage Records. ———. Third Circuit, Page 2. Guardianship of Hanaike: Emma. (In regard to the matter of Emma Hanaike and Bennie Hanaike, minor heirs of Kaneualani w. of Hilo, Hawai‘i, deceased intestate.) ———. 1877. Probate Records. First Circuit. P. 1125. Probate. A. R. Powers. ———. 1897. Probate Records. First Circuit. P. 3084. Probate. Anna M. Armstrong . ———. 1902. Probate Records. First Circuit. P. 3531. Will. George Earnest Augustine Thrum. Filed August 4. Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library. Folder: “Schools—Oahu— Kawaiaha‘o Seminary.” This file includes “Beneficiaries of the HMCS at the Kawaiaha‘o Seminary” and other documents, reports, and photographs crucial to an understanding of the history of Kawaiaha‘o Female Seminary and the lives of its students. Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library, Mission Houses Museum, Honolulu , s.v. Photograph Collection s.v. “Schools—Kawaiaha‘o Seminary.” (This includes a c1888 photograph of the students of Kawaiaha‘o Female Seminary standing outside the school. The print is labeled with the names of the children and their teachers.) Kamehameha School Archives. Admissions ledger, A–K. Kamehameha School for Girls, Kamehameha School, Honolulu. ———. Commencement programs. Kamehameha School for Girls, Kamehameha School, Honolulu. 394  AN AMERICAN GIRL ———. Kamehameha Class of 1897. Graduation photograph with identifications of each student. Kamehameha School, Honolulu. (This valuable photograph is also available electronically on the Kamehameha School Website.) ———. Register for 1902–1903. Kamehameha School, Honolulu. Kofoid C. A. Papers. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Archives, University of California–San Diego Library. Norton, H. S. 1881. Document dated February 8 that begins “$50 received from the Hawaiian Board,” Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library, Mission Houses Museum, Honolulu, s.v. “Oahu—Schools—Kawaiaha‘o Seminary.” ———. 1882. “To the members of the H.M.C. Society,” Hawaiian Mission Children ’s Society Library, Mission Houses Museum, Honolulu, s.v. “Oahu— Schools—Kawaiaha‘o Seminary, 1866–1905.” Penrose, S. B. L. Correspondence, 1906–1912, s.v. Pepoon, Helen A. Whitman College and Northwest Archives, Walla Walla, WA. Photograph Files. 1886, 1900, etc. In Class photograph collection, Oberlin College Archives, record group 32/13. Pope, I. M. 1891. Letter to Pope family, February 2. (This and other letters from Ida May Pope are in family hands.) ———. Memory Book I, 1894–1903, and Papers. Kamehameha School Archives, Kamehameha School, Honolulu. ———. Papers (HM 47008–47018). Letters to Lois (Pope) Prosser and others, 1897–1914. Huntington Library, San Marino, CA. Whitman Alumnus, June 1921, page 9. (Untitled article on the retirement of Helen Pepoon.) Whitman College Catalog. 1893. Whitman College and Northwest Archives, s.v. Helen Pepoon, Lady...

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