National Geographic : 1942 Oct
Honolulu Is So Thoroughly Militarized That in This Picture One Finds Only Two Men Not inUniform One civilian, the bus driver, is loading a party of sailors and soldiers at the Army Y. M . C. A ., focal point for menon "pass" or"liberty." From thisbusand jitney station on crowded Hotel Street, servicemen scatter through Honolulu, on their rare days of leave, to find whatever meager amusement thegrim, watchful city now affords. By nightfall every man must be back on post or aboard ship. The once silvery buses are now camouflaged abattleship gray.