HAWAII: A Profile by Marie Colby

HAWAII: A Profile

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plus sale with above, this photographic book which is definitely keyed to the tourist trade. The one may sell the other, however, as people Hawaii-bound should know something of the undercurrents and problems discussed in the Barber book, as well as the things to do, the places to see, the beauties of the Islands. 87 photographs, and a brief text outlining historical, industrial, political and economic facts about the Islands. Too bad the pages are so crowded, but even so, it is a lot for the money.

Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1941
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce