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About Mid-Pacific Digital Archives

Discover Mid-Pacific’s unique history through our Digital Archives which represent just a small percentage of the primary source materials held in our collection. Digitized archival items shared on this site provide community access to our rich stories and preserve our school’s vibrant history—and history-in-the-making—for future generations. Publications, images, video, audio and artifacts are selected for digitization according to their educational and research value.

Please note, access to some digital content is restricted due to copyright, privacy and confidentiality, and are noted in your search results.

 

Our School History

Vision and innovation is built into the fabric of Mid-Pacific. From the very beginning, we led the way as innovators.

Mid-Pacific Institute was born in 1908 from the coming together of the Kawaiaha‘o Seminary for Hawaiian girls, Mills Institute for Chinese Boys, The Okumura Japanese Boarding School, and the Korean Methodist School for Boys and Girls. From its inception by Francis Damon and Mary Happer Damon, Mid-Pacific was founded on the ideals of a global worldview, and the belief that people of diverse backgrounds and cultures should come together to be a powerful voice for understanding. A birthplace for inspiring ideas that impact local and international communities.

FRANCIS DAMON
Mid-Pacific Founder and President
(1908-1916)

 

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Mid-Pacific Institute Archives

Office of Institutional Advancement

2445 Ka‘ala Street

Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822


P: (808) 441-3936

archives@midpac.edu

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