Sugar museum debuts two new exhibits

Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum Director Jill Pridemore (left) and volunteer Amy Halas install “The Faces of HC&S” photo exhibit now on display at the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum in Puunene.

The Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum has two new exhibits now on public display.

The first exhibit, “The Faces of HC&S,” is a photo display of dozens of life-size employee headshots taken during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. The second exhibit chronicles the history of Japanese immigration to Hawaii and contains objects, large-scale photo murals and text on the gallery walls. Reservations are required to view the exhibits. For more information or to make a reservation, call 871-8058 or visit www.sugarmuseum.com.


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