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Jill Byus Radke, Development Manager
Historic Hawaii Foundation

This week (June 26, 2008) Bishop Museum’s contractors will begin to remove the rigging from the Falls of Clyde. Despite several news reports, this is not an indicator that the ship is being restored. After years of struggling to keep the Falls of Clyde afloat, the Bishop Museum issued a call for a new benefactor who can provide the resources necessary to save the National Historic Landmark. Should a benefactor not be located by the end of this June, the Falls will either sink at its berth or be towed and sunk. While the museum works to find another owner or supporter for the ship, it will engage in several near-term actions, which are required for either taking the ship to dry dock for repairs or for ultimate disposal.

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