Neal Shaw Blaisdell

Neal Shaw Blaisdell Neal Shaw Blaisdell served as Mayor of Honolulu from 1955 to 1969 as a member of the Hawaii Republican Party. As chief executive of City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, Blaisdell oversaw one of the largest construction booms in city and county history, working closely with Governor John A.

Burns.Early lifeBlaisdell was born in Honolulu and had European and Hawaiian ancestry. His father was William Wallace Blaisdell II (who served as fire chief of Honolulu), and mother was Maliaka "Malie" Alaneao Merseberg. A maternal great-grandfather was John Adams Cummins. A paternal great-grandfather John Blaisdell (1812–1889) came from Maine to the Hawaiian Islands in 1849.Education and athletic

Burns.Early lifeBlaisdell was born in Honolulu and had European and Hawaiian ancestry. His father was William Wallace Blaisdell II (who served as fire chief of Honolulu), and mother was Maliaka "Malie" Alaneao Merseberg. A maternal great-grandfather was John Adams Cummins. A paternal great-grandfather John Blaisdell (1812–1889) came from Maine to the Hawaiian Islands in 1849.Education and athletic

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