DEPARTMENT OF CIVILIAN RELIEF cared for families in Hawaii made destitute by losses in the war. Miss Alice Hastings became territorial secretary in October, 1919, and upon the resignation of Judge Whitney, she was made director of civilian relief. (Page 161, Kuykendall) Advertisements
MG Henry C. Hodges MG Henry C. Hodges commanded the 39th Infantry Division, 1918-1919. He also commanded the Hawaiian Department from March-May of 1919.
Mrs. Hoapili was a representative of Kaumakapili Church to the Women’s Work Council. Source: Hawaii in the World War, page 272.
Abraham Hauli Corporal, Army Born on: Died on 2/7/1919 in Honolulu, Hawai‘i Cause of Death: Other Information: Listed on the plaque outside the War Memorial Natatorium for giving his life in the Great War.
Edmund Hedemann was born in Hawaii on 25 Dec 1886. Hedmann was a Phi Gamma Delta at Stanford University, graduating with an economics major in the class of 1912. Before he entered active duty, he was a clerk Castle & Cooke in Honolulu. He died at Camp Dodge, Iowa of influenza-pneumonia.