O Ku! O Ka! O Ku! O Ka!

Patience Bacon standing in front of Hawaiian Hall at the 7th Annual Bernice Pauahi Bishop Awards Dinner, where she was presented with the Robert J. Pfeiffer Medal. July 23, 2005. Bishop Museum Archives. SP 215864.
He Hoʻālohaloha no Patience Elmay Namakauahoaokawenaulaokalaniikiikikalaninui Wiggin Bacon.

An expression of aloha for our dear Aunty Pat who left on the path of no return on January 23, 2021, at the age of 100. Within her lived the legacies of those committed to preserving the invaluable knowledge of the past. Her own dedication to this noble calling came with a life devoted to the perpetuation of Hawaiian language, hula, mele, and cultural knowledge…

[Continuation of the words of aloha for Aunty Pat put forth by Bishop Museum today can be found by clicking here.]

E o, e Namaka! 1921.

[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]

A Japanese girl of two years old was adopted by Mrs. Mary Wiggin, in the court of the Circuit Court Judge Achi, on this past Monday; her new name that she is being called by her adopted mother is Patience Eimay Kamakauahoaokawenaulaokalani [Namakauahoaokawenaulaokalaniikiikikalaninui] Wiggin.

See much more in Nanea Armstrong Wassel’s Instagram post!

[Hauoli la hanau, e Aunty!]

(Kuokoa, 8/19/1921, p. 4)

He kaikamahine Kepani...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LIX, Helu 33, Aoao 4. Augate 19, 1921.