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The land survey division now has several of their historical maps online including: Registered Maps, HTS/HSS Plat Maps, and Hawaiian Home Lands Plat Maps. These are available in pdf and tiff formats. Download the indexes first to determine the the … Continue reading
We are now open most mornings. Our hours for the rest of Fall 2010 semester are: Mondays 1-5 Tuesdays through Fridays 9.30 to 5. Updates to hours will always be here.
Two excellent and short movies worth checking out here: First one is about 4 minutes, and the second is 13 minutes long, click on Episode 1 – Full episode. Enjoy!
Libraries are enormous users of resources, especially paper. And ink. Well, maybe not that much ink, but did you know that Bic sells a disposable pen almost every second? These pens add up and yes, you guessed it, end up … Continue reading
An enormous number of people donated items to the Government Documents and Maps department. We are are so thankful for all your assistance. A number of you also donated personally to the efforts. In an effort to acknowledge your help, … Continue reading
Some of the most sought after maps of Hawaii of the late 1800s vintage are now available for viewing, download and for incorporating into your GIS. Below is the 1885 Government Survey Map of Maui.
We had a great turnout at yesterday’s open house. More on this, including pictures coming up in a blog post soon. Meanwhile, the MAGIS’s map collection was featured in the Star Advertisers feature article in yesterday’s newspaper.
Hamilton Library is showcasing the library with an open house on Sunday, August 22, 2010 between 2-4; Government Documents and Maps (MAGIS) department along with several other basement departments will be showcased on that day, complete with tours every 15 … Continue reading
The adventure begins – or rather I should say, continues. After 6 years of re-building, both the physical re-building of the basement and the map and aerial photograph collections, the Government Documents & Maps (MAGIS) department has moved back into … Continue reading