This Is What Life In Hawaii Looked Like In The 1930s.

There is no doubt that the Hawaiian Islands have undergone humongous changes throughout the years. Life in Hawaii in the 1930s was drastically different than it is today, starting with the fact that, back then, Hawaii wasn’t even an official state in America, but merely a territory. These 12 photographs were taken throughout Hawaii during the 1930s, and give us a glimpse into the history of our beautiful islands.

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Which one of these vintage photos is your favorite? Share any of your own photos or stories of old Hawaii with us in the comments below.