Wailea Mill Camp Homes #341-347,
Along [Old] Mamalahoa Highway
On the mauka side of Wailea Mill Camp and [Old] Mamalahoa Highway are the houses for the plantation manager and the superintendents. Each is shown below with details. Our information about who lived in the houses is incomplete. If you have additional information, please CONTACT US!
Wailea Mill Camp #342, built 1921--This was a home for a superintendent. Frank Toledo, August Costa's brother-in-law and storekeeper for the Wailea Milling Company, lived here during the lifetime of the organization. This house still exists. In the period 1954-1959, the harvesting superintendent, Robert Forbes, and his family lived here. The Forbes' were followed by harvesting superintendent William Gillespie, and his family.
The four homes along [Old] Mamalahoa Highway were built in 1923 (1), 1927 (2), and 1938 (1). There is no picture available for Wailea Mill Camp #344, nor does it appear on the Hakalau Plantation's listing of properties from the early 1960s. Based on the map produced for the Hakalau School and Community Reunion, it appears that this house may have been occupied by either the Sugar Boiler Nunes followed by Otake or the Engineer Vierra followed by Otake.
Wailea Mill Camp #345, built 1923--Based on the map produced for the Hakalau School and Community Reunion, this house may have been occupied by either the Sugar Boiler Nunes followed by Otake or the Engineer Vierra followed by Otake. In the Hakalau Plantation's listing from the early 1960's, no occupants were listed.