Teen-age Duke Kahanamoku and friends at Waikiki Beach, circa 1905. Known as the "Father of Surfing," he was born in Honolulu on August 24, 1890. In addition to being a world-reknown Olympic swimmer and gold medalist, he is credited with introducing surfing to the Mainland United States and Australia from 1912-1914.
This is a real silver halide gelatin print hand printed on photographic paper by Bill Romerhaus of North Shore Photography.
Print measures approximately 7 1/4 inches by 9 inches and is shrink-wrapped to an 8 inch by 10 inch board.
This print is available as shown or mounted in a bamboo-style synthetic frame.