The library has a large collection of pamphlets published in Honolulu in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These cover a wide range of topics.They are cataloged and shelved with the bound books. In 1968 the Society produced a microfilm edition of pamphlets published during the reign of King Kalākaua. This collection, “Kalakaua’s Hawaii 1874–1891,” includes forty-six pamphlets dealing with the political, social, and economic history of Hawai’i during the reign of King Kalākaua and the many controversies of the period.