Aloha Spring Festival, 1930.

A Hawaiian village rises at Waialae golf club grounds, and “Royal Hula Group” is ready for Pageant of Old Hawaii. This group is part of the nearly 200 participants in the pageant to be given next Friday night at 8:30 as part of the Aloha Spring Festival. Mrs. Mary K. Heanu has been training the 16 hula dancers and eight gourd beaters for weeks. The Hawaiian village has been built particularly for this pageant, under the supervision of Earl Schenck, director of the production. The pageant is under the auspices of the Daughters and Sons of Hawaiian Warriors.—Photo by Parrish.

(Star-Bulletin, 4/9/1930, p. 4)


Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Volume XXXVII, Number 11909, Page 4. April 9, 1930.

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