Archives and Special Collections

  • BYU-Provo
  • BYU-Idaho
  • BYU-Hawaii

  • Na Hoa Pono (The Righteous Companion): BYU-Hawaii Yearbooks

    Collection Description: Na Hoa Pono is the campus annual published by both Church College of Hawaii and later Brigham Young University Hawaii. It was released intermittently until it was discontinued from publication in 2000. Na Hoa Pono was published from 1956 to 1971, and returned for 1976 and 1978, 1983-1986, and was published again in 1998-2000.

    Records of the Institute of Polynesian Studies - Polynesian Arts and Crafts Filmstrip Series

    Collection Description: Collection of 20 filmstrips demonstrating games, skills, and storytelling from throughout the Pacific Islands.

    Pacific Studies

    Collection Description: Full text access to Pacific Studies, published by the Pacific Institute at Brigham Young University Hawaii. Includes issues from September 1977 to June 2002.

    Church College of Hawaii/Brigham Young University Hawaii Campus Photographs

    Collection Description: A collection of images from the Church College of Hawaii and Brigham Young University Hawaii. Includes images of campus construction, labor missionaries, faculty, staff, students, and buildings.

    Clinton Kanahele Collection

    Collection Description: A collection of interviews conducted by Clinton Kanahele in the Spring and Sumer of 1970. Interviews are in Hawaiian with transcripts to the interviews in Hawaiian and English.

    Edward K. Bryant Collection

    Collection Description: Photographs from the collection of Edward K. Bryant, a faculty member at Church College of Hawaii who served in the Pacific during World War II in the Naval Construction Battalion (Seabees), from 1942-1945. The collection contains images from Samoa, Vanuatu, and Aotearoa/New Zealand during that period.

    Polynesian Cultural Center Photo Collection

    Collection Description: The Polynesian Cultural Center opened its doors to guests in 1963. This collection of images documents the construction and early years of the center, including villages, managers, employees, visitors, and important events from 1961 through 1979.

    Laie Plantation and Community Photo Collection

    Collection Description: The Laie plantation served as the focal point for L.D.S. missionary activity in Hawaii from 1865 until the late 1920’s. It remains an important part of the history of the L.D.S. Church in the islands. This collection includes images of chapels, landmarks, the Hawaii Temple, community members, and community events from approximately 1879 to 1965.

    Frank Call Photograph Collection

    Collection Description: Frank Call was a young missionary from Idaho who served an L.D.S. mission to Hawaii from 1909-1911. The collection includes photographs of people, places, and events during his mission, and is focused primarily on Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island during that period.

    Mormon Missionary Diaries Collection

    Collection Description: Digital collection of journals and diaries from Mormon missionaries in Asia, Europe, North America, and the Pacific.

    Kenneth Baldridge Oral History Collection

    We are currently in the process of performing maintenance on the Kenneth Baldridge Oral History Collection Thanks for your patience.

    Collection Description:
    A collection of digitized transcripts of oral histories compiled through the Oral History program at Brigham Young University Hawaii under the direction of Kenneth Baldridge and William Kauaiwiulaokalani III.

    The Hawaii Sugar Planters Association/Records of Filipino Plantation Workers in Hawaii, 1906-1949

    This Collection Description: The Hawaii Sugar Planter's Association Collection contains over 100,000 individual records of Filipino laborers who came to Hawaii to work on sugar and pineapple plantations between 1906 and 1949. Digitizing this collection is a ongoing project, with over 20,000 records having been added to date.