This month in history — February 1900 — one of Hawaii’s first hotels, the Sans Souci Hotel closed. Famed author Robert Louis Stevenson lived here during his stay in Hawaii.
As the owner supported the Hawaiian monarchy, conspirators met here to plan the 1895 counter-revolution against the Provisional Government.
Read more about its closure in “Passing of Sans Souci.”
“Passing of Sans Souci”
Hawaiian star, February 5, 1900, Page 3
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