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Updates as of 9-21-03

Hawai’i’s Early Territorial Days was printed in the Fall of 2001 and released for sale in late October. Thereafter, a few corrections have been called to my attention Also, through my continuing collecting and information from friends, there are more Island Curio cards that should be listed. The following errata and supplementary information may be of interest. The page references are to the pages in the book.

ADDRESS SIDE TYPES

Page 108:

Donald Duncan of Seattle, Washington has informed me he has the following undivided back (address side) which was not known to me:

UB TYPE VII-A

Michael Stevens of La Jolla Photo & Imaging has come across a printer not previously known to me - Cardinell-Vincent Co. which in the early 1900s did business in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The address side type:

DB TYPE XIII

The picture (Moanalua, etc.) is shown hereafter under "New Series."

ISLAND CURIO STORE

Page 111:

The correct number for the Elite Building card is 13 (not "18").

The following are the cards to add to the "Aloha Nui From Hawaiian Islands" series. Note that No. 2 shown here is a substitution for a card shown in the book which did not belong in this series.

2. HULA HULA DANCERS

6. FLOWER MARKET
(From Donald Duncan collection)

10. PALI MOUNTAIN

13. ELITE BUILDING
(From Michael Stevens collection)

Page 117:

The following are the cards to add to the "Coat Of Arms with ‘Aloha Nui From Hawaiian Islands’" (In Color) series:

60 ON THE SHORES OF WAIKIKI

61 HAWAIIAN HULA DANCER

Page 118:

The following are the cards to add to the "Coat Of Arms with ‘Aloha Nui From Hawaiian Islands’ (B Series)" series

B. 52 ROYAL PALMS

B. 55 PALI MOUNTAIN

B. 61 HAWAIIAN HULA DANCER

B. 62 HAWAIIAN GIRL

B. 64 HAWAIIAN TYPES

Page 119.

Donald Duncan has provided the following information regarding the Cards Without a Logo series

No. 38 — HAWAIIAN FISHING FLEET. The address side is correctly UB-Type IV

No. 43 — CAPTAIN COOK’S MONUMNT, etc. The card is also found in UB-Type IV

No. 48 — TYPICAL PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN HONOLULU. The card is also found in UB Type VII-A. This address side type was not previously known to me. It is illustrated above at the comments to page 108.

New Series

The following card shows that there are one or more cards in "Cards Without a Logo (B Series) in monochrome, which were not shown in the Book.

B. 3 UNDER THE BAMBOO TREE
Natives At Home
(UB Type III)

ISLAND CURIO CO.

Page 121:

The following are cards to add to this numbering sequence:

17. (Greetings etc.)

18. (Greetings etc.)

Page 122:

Donald Duncan reports No. 24 (Comic) is also found with a green address side.)

The following is a card to add to this numbering sequence:

29. Greetings from Hawaiian Islands-Aloha
Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas
(Donald Duncan collection)

Page 124:

The following are cards to add to this numbering sequence:

60. Coat Of Arms with
"Sincere Good Wishes, etc."

62. Greetings From Hawaiian
Islands-Happy New Year

Page 125:

The following is a card to add to this numbering sequence

67 Pali Hawaiian Battle Scene
Variety: "Published ..etc." on lower right, but without "Germany" on lower left

Page 130:

The following is a card to add to this numbering sequence

164 Ponciana Tree,
Hawaiian Islands.

Page 134 and 135:

Donald Duncan reports he has a No. 26 B Punahou College, Hawaiian Islands with a black number.

The following are cards to add to the Black and White Series:

29 B. Bishop Museum, Hawaiian Islands.
(From Michael Stevens collection)

48 B. Hula Hula Dancer
(From Donald Duncan collection)

Page 137:

The following is a card to add to the "Without Numbers" Island Curio Co. cards:

Hawaiian Stamps (Por. Of red card at upper right, red 18 ct. lower right)

Page 138:

The following cards are part of those printed by Franz Huld Company

18C PALI MOUNTAIN, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(From Michael Stevens collection)

Postman- Greetings
From Hawaiian Islands

New Series. Cardinell-Vincent Co.

This is a new series of Island Curio Co. cards Printed by Cardinell-Vincent Co. of San Francisco and Los Angeles not previously known to me. The address side is

DB-TYPE XIII (a newly learned of back, depicted at the comments above related to page 108.)

Moanalua, in the Suburbs
Of Honolulu
(From Michael Stevens collection)

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