The Douglas Oliver Collection, Bougainville, 1938-1939

About the Collection

Copyright and Usage

Commercial use of any material in this collection is prohibited without prior permission from the Pacific Collection, University of Hawaii Hamilton Library. Copyright is retained by the creators of these materials, their descendants, or the repository if copyright has been signed over, as stipulated by United States copyright law. NOTE: Donor has obtained no consent from any person portrayed in any photograph for the public display of his or her image. It is the responsibility of the user to determine any copyright restrictions, obtain written permission, and pay any fees necessary for the reproduction or proposed use of the materials. See the University of Hawai'i Library's Usage Rights information page for further details.

Site Credits

Photographs: Dr. Douglas Oliver (except where otherwise noted on individual slide records)
Original photo captioning: Dr. Douglas Oliver. (Note: Captioning as it appears above the images in this database -- i.e., in the "title" field -- was applied by Dr. Oliver prior to the collection's donation, either on the photo itself or as the title of a folder in which he had grouped individual sets of images. While these captions often contain spellings or terminology that are not in keeping with modern usage, they have been preserved as written in order to maintain consistency between the online collection and the original materials. In cases where there was no identifying information, text has been added in brackets [ ] to indicate that it was applied to the collection by library staff, and does not appear in the the physical collection itself.)
Graphic design, meta-data editing and site maintenance: Stu Dawrs, Pacific Specialist Librarian, Hamilton Library; Scanning, Glossary construction, data entry and meta-data editing: Alan Vandermyden, Pacific Collection graduate student assistant, Hamilton Library

Digitization Procedures

All images in this database were scanned from 35mm slides, originally as 400dpi RGB tifs, scaled to 400 percent. They were later resized to the dimensions used in the database and saved as jpeg files.