Film Photograph with Sepia Toner
Printed on Canvas - Unframed
30.5" x 34"
"During the day that Honolulu unveiled the Duke Kahanamoku statue, a group of men who , as young boys, were tutored by modern Hawaiʻi’s most famous ambassador, posed for the local newspaper. I squeezed in between the photo-journalists to capture the moment. Photography is history. All these men were important to Hawaiʻi and a link to the 'Duke,'" shares Cathy. 1999
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