Ke Kahu Palapala: the Keeper of Records is published biannually by Hawai‘i State Archives and Records Management Branch to share information about services being provided to state agencies and the general public.

Issue Articles
Vol. 1, No. 1

June 2004

The Archives Division
Why a newsletter?
Free or low-cost storage site for state agencies
Helpful information to manage your records on the State of Hawai‘i Intranet site
Electronic records bill introduced
Hawai‘i State Archives: partnering with community
Doing historical research? Visit the Hawai‘i State Archives
Spotlight on Records: Insurrection of 1895, Department of the Attorney General
Approved new and revised records disposition authorizations
Records deposited at the Hawai‘i State Archives
Vol.1, No.2

January 2005

Hawai‘i State Archives under construction
State Records Center safety improvements
Recently approved retention schedules
Legislative records at Hawaii State Archives
Common records management questions
Records deposited at Hawai‘i State Archives
Vol. 2, No. 1

August 2005

Preservation and conservation training for Native Americans at Cornell University
Archives construction continues
Government records bill signed into law
Land Commission records at Hawai‘i State Archives
Who stores inactive paper records in the State Records Center?
Records deposited at Hawai‘i State Archives
Vol. 2, No. 2

March 2006

Digital records survey
Microfilm as a storage alternative
RMB’s Intranet website
Archives centennial celebration
Staff news
Scanning partnership
Vol. 3, No. 1

December 2006

Archives Centennial: an opportunity to revel in the past and look to the future
New website
Centennial Talks
Acquiring and preserving government records
Tours of the Archives
Addressing the need for digital access and preservation
Laws to prevent identity theft
Records disposition authorization