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Army barracks in Honolulu, Hawaii, ca. 1899

This photograph is part of a set of images that depict the progress of a trip to Japan and include views of Hawaii, the Philippines, and Japan. It is not known whether H. Ambrose Kiehl was the photographer or took part in the journey.On verso of image: Barracks - Honolulu United States--Hawaii--Honolulu
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ca. 1899
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