In response to an earlier post “More Hawaiians playing music afar, 1908,” from March 1, 2012.
Keith James says:
I wrote a Wikipedia article on Lu Thompson Keouli (aka as Louis Keouli Thompson), who was my great-grandfather. He graduated from Kamehameha, class of 1900. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Keouli_Thompson)
This is a Singing Group of Hawaiian Youths in Boston.
The ones standing–Fred W. Kahea, James Pekelo. Those sitting–David Kaai Kaleikau [Kaleikoa], Madame Anehila [Hobron], Lui Thompson Keouli, Monsieur [William] Holoua
[Plus check out this awesome brochure from the same time put up by the University of Iowa!
The Honolulu Students from the Hawaiian Islands. Sometimes the internet is such a good thing!]
(Kuokoa 2/7/1908, p. 6)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLIII, Helu 6, Aoao 6. Feberuari 7, 1908.
Posted in Hawaiians Abroad, Illustration, Mele, Music, Repost |
Tagged Anehila Hobron, Boston, David Kaai Kaleikoa, Fred W. Kahea, James Pekelo, Lui Thompson Keouli, University of Iowa, William Holoua |