The Volcano National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii holds one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on earth. Here, in the early 1900s, a small inn, constructed with the sacred Ohia trees indigenous to Hawaii, was built for travelers and laborers. It still stands today just beside its original spot, and is being used as a gift shop. Working with the UHM American Studies Department University of Hawaii at Manoa, hand-drawn, pen and ink measured drawings were drawn and were included as part of the HABS report for the Volcano National Park.