University of Hawaii at Manoa: Andrews Amphitheater – Honolulu HI

Description

“The lava rock Andrews Amphitheatre at the University of Hawai’I (1935) was designed by architect Ralph Fishbourne with Professor Arthur R. Keller serving as the consulting engineer. The University covered the $5,213 cost for materials while the FERA paid for the labor.”

Source notes

Calendar: "Federal Works Projects in Hawai'I: State of Hawai'I: Department of Land and Natural Resources: Protecting Our Past: 2011"

We welcome contributions of additional information on any New Deal project site.

Location Info

2500 Campus Road
Honolulu, HI 96822

Coordinates: 21.297174, -157.818789

3 comments on “University of Hawaii at Manoa: Andrews Amphitheater – Honolulu HI

  1. Ann Reid Slaby

    My school, University High School, grades K-12, until recently a teacher training school for UH, held its graduation ceremonies in Andrews Amphitheater. As a member of the band, every year, except when I graduated, we performed at the ceremonies. That performance, included of course, Pomp and Circumstance. The amphitheater is a lovely venue.

  2. Ellen Wilson

    Aloha. My name is Ellen. I have a nun friend who likes the dried flowers of merremia tuberosa. Where can I get the plant or the seeds? Can you help me? You can also give me the name of your landscaper and I will give them a call. Thank you.

    • Gabriel Milner

      For this, you’ll need to contact the Andrews Amphitheater directly. We only chronicle the Amphitheater as a New Deal site.

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