Pilot Project footage featured at the Smithsonian

While attending the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. this week, ‘Ulu‘ulu Head Archivist, Janel Quirante, was able to explore “Hawaii by Air” – a new exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. And what did she happen to find? … Our footage (from the Lyman museum collection)!!


The footage, “Inter-Island Airways Plane and Sculling”, is featured along with other historic film footage, photographs, travel posters, airplane models, broadcasts from a vintage radio show in Hawai‘i and LIVE plants. “Hawaii by Air” tells the story of air travel to Hawai‘i – how it developed and its impact on Hawai‘i. It will be on view until July 2015.

Inter-Island Airways Plane and Sculling (Lyman Museum and Mission House)

Inter-Island Airways Plane and Sculling (Lyman Museum and Mission House)


Click on the above image to watch the archival footage on our website.

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