Hey, does this sound familiar? A great natatorium opens in the 1920s. It’s a wonderful community resource; people from all across town come together there and enjoy swimming together. But there are years of deferred maintenance and neglect; eventually, it’s closed as unsafe. Same story; happy ending For once, we’re not talking about the Waikiki […]
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Natatorium Supporters in their Own Words
I am only a visitor to Hawaii, but to destroy this memorial will tell the world that the USA no longer gives a damn about the people who fought and died to make the world a better place.— Don Perkison Trip
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