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Don Hibbard served as an architectural historian and director for Hawaii's state historic preservation office for twenty-four years. He is the author of The Role of Rock, a study of popular music as a reflection of youth culture, and The View from Diamond Head, which traced the development of Waikiki from ancient Hawaiian times to the present. Now a freelance researcher, writer, and heritage consultant, he continues to nurture his broad ranging interests in Hawaii's architecture and material culture. He lives with his wife and two children in Kaneohe.