Bankoh and Bishop Museum : The Best of Treasures Volume 4

In celebration of Bishop Museum's 100th anniversary, Bank of Hawaiʻi and Bishop Museum present "The Best of Treasures" hosted by Brickwood Galuteria. In this program, Ray Jerome Baker's photographic collection at Bishop Museum is shared to the public, illustrating stories and connecting patrons to their past. Lynn Davis, Chair of Visual Collections at the time, narrates the story which includes b-roll of patrons and staff researching. People who appear in the b-roll are: Marmie Kaaihue, Debbie Ward, and DeSoto Brown. Next the program focuses on Harriet Purdy who in the early twentieth century swam and dove in Atlantic City shows. The final story profiles Francis Haar as he explains his creative approach to photography that led him to record the dance moves of kumu hula ʻIolani Luahine.

Languages: English


  • Documentary

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