Posted: March 25, 2016 Filed under: Articles, Day in History, Holidays, Teasers
Good Friday in Hawaii in 1916 meant businesses and public offices closed, but schools still operated because Good Friday was not an official holiday. However, students could observe the holiday by not showing up to school.
Today, the State of Hawaii recognizes Good Friday as a holiday.
Read more about Good Friday in 1916 in “Good Friday Is Observed But Not as Holiday.”
“Good Friday Is Observed But Not as Holiday”
Honolulu star-bulletin, April 21, 1916, P. 2