Haw. Code R. § 3-20-2 - Definitions

Current through February, 2022

As used in these rules, unless the context specifically or otherwise indicates, the following definitions apply:

"Archives" means official records that have been determined to have sufficient historical or other value to warrant their continued preservation by the State of Hawaii and have been accepted for deposit in the state archives.

"Historical materials" means newspapers, books, photographs, maps, and other printed materials and artifacts which are in the state archives.

"Manuscript collections" means correspondence, documents, papers, and other documental media having historical or commemorative value accepted by the archives division from a source other than an agency of the state government, its predecessors, and its political subdivisions.

"Researcher" means a person who has requested access to records, historical materials, or manuscript collections under the control of the archives division, department of accounting and general services.

"State archives" means the Kekauluohi (Archives) building, Iolani Palace grounds, and its contents.

"State records center records" means records which, pending their deposit in the state archives or their destruction in any other manner authorized by law, have been transferred to the state records center operated by the archives division, department of accounting and general services.


Haw. Code R. § 3-20-2
[Eff 3/30/81; comp 02/07/94] (Auth: HRS Sec. 94-1) (Imp: HRS Sec. 94-1)

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