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Gallery: 1930s Honolulu

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The exterior of the Judiciary Building in Honolulu, where the Hawai'ian parliament met under the monarchy.

The exterior of the Judiciary Building in Honolulu, where the Hawaiian parliament met under the monarchy.

"Directly opposite the Capitol is the Judiciary Building, where formerly the native parliament convened. Here it was, in 1893, that the proclamation was read which deprived Lili'uokalani, last of the sovereigns, of her throne."
-- Beautiful Hawaii, J. Walker McSpadden, 1939

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