Colleges, Schools, Research Institutes, etc.

Hand-drawn map depicting Kahuku as a plantation community in 1932

  • Agency for International Development/Institute for Technical Interchange
  • Clearinghouse for Innovative Devolpments
  • College of Continuing Education and Community Service (CCES)
  • Commission on the Status of Women
  • Drosophila Project
  • Foreign Contracts Office
  • Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
  • Gregg M. Sinclair Library
  • Hawaiʻi Agricultural Experiment Station (HAES): Founded before the College of Hawaiʻi in 1901, the federally sponsored Hawaiʻi Agricultural Experiment Station merged with the University’s College of Applied Sciences, which included Agriculture, on 1 July 1929.
  • Hawaiʻi Cooperative Extension Service
  • Liberal Studies
  • NDEA Institute in Asian History
  • New College
  • Normal School Library
  • Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory (RASRL): The Laboratory, which existed under various names, began under the direction of Dr. Romanzo Adams, first professor of sociology at UH, in the early 1920s. During World War II, the Board of Regents renamed it the War Research Laboratory; during the war, it worked with the US Army martial law government. The laboratory was eventually renamed in honor of Romanzo Adams, who died in 1942. The Laboratory existed until 1964, when it was discontinued and folded into Social Science Research Institute. The records include extensive files on race relations, cultural organizations, social problems, and include examples of student papers written on various sociological phenomena in Hawaiʻi from the mid-1920s through the late 1960s.
  • State Postsecondary Education Commission
  • UH Dance Program
  • UH-SEATO Vocational Educational Project
  • University Library:Records include volumes 7-32 of the Library Accession Records, which list the titles of books and periodicals, along with cost and source information. Correspondence, subject files, and photographs document some periods of time.


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