The Hawaiian Collection at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Library is a comprehensive collection of retrospective and current
materials pertaining to Hawaiʻi. There are more than 133,500 volumes
relating to Hawaiian history, culture, art, and science as well as
microfilm holdings of over 12,000 reels and more than 2,000 serial
subscriptions. All formats, periodicals, languages, and levels of
treatment are collected. The collection's strength is the 20th century
and includes numerous unpublished reports and papers that are unique to
the collection. The Hawaiian audiovisual collection includes over 4,500
videotapes and over 3,000 sound recordings. The Hawaiian Collection is
part of Special Collections and is housed on the fifth floor of
Hamilton Library, and the Hawaiian audiovisual collection is housed in
the Wong Audiovisual Center at Sinclair Library.
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