The RASRL (Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory) database provides a key to a treasure trove of student research papers covering over fifty years (1920s – 1970s) of observations of family, community and workplace relations throughout Hawaii. Interrelations between different races were commonly discussed in the papers.
Tips to dig into the RASRL database:
- Browse the subject terms to get a better idea of what topics are being discussed in the papers.
- Papers have not been scanned but we welcome you to see them in the Hamilton Library Moir Reading Room (Tues – Friday 10AM – 4PM) or by appointment.
- To see a paper send an email with the call no., title or author of item to firstname.lastname@example.org.