Kapa'au - Historic Bond Library Digital Print

Kapa'au - Historic Bond Library Digital Print

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Taken on the Big Island of Hawai'i - This beautiful print of the Historic Bond Library would make a great addition to any wall in any space. 

The proceeds of this digital print will be donated to the humanitarian efforts around the US with wild fire aid, Haiti, Afghanistan and abroad. 

Recommend printing up to 11x14 for best quality

A little about the Bond Library from the Historic Hawai'i foundation :

"The Bond Memorial Library, built in 1834, is named for Dr. Benjamin D. Bond. In January 2009, it marked 80 years of continuous service to the town of Kapaau. In 1927, Caroline Bond deeded the land and $10,000 to the Territory of Hawaii to build a public library for Kapaau, then a thriving sugar town. In 1939, Senate Resolution 25 from the Hawaii Territorial Legislature named the library the “Benjamin D. Bond Library” in honor of a much-loved local philanthropist. The Bond Family funded a trust in 1936 that still pays for new books and materials for the library to this day. Sadly, the Bond Memorial Library will be replaced by a new $7 million building being built nearby on land donated by Surety Kohala Corporation.  The Bond Memorial Library Building and its land will revert to the Bond Estate’s current owners, the New Moon Foundation. "

// taken on public property - no local or sacred areas were disturbed // 

// this is a digital item that will be sent as a download to be printed how you choose //