Diamond Head c1917
Waikiki is shown with the Moana Hotel pier and Diamond Head in the background.
Early Kalakaua Avenue entering Waikiki.
Kalakaua Avenue 1898
Ray Jerome Baker photographed OCC Founder Alexander Hume Ford and Joe Stickeny (center back of rocks) on a debris strewn Waikiki Beach in front of Club. Moana Hotel is in the background.
Kelp lined the beach in Waikiki in the early 1900s.
Panoramic view of Waikiki Beach to Diamond Head circa 1910.
Waikiki Beach with Moana Pier and Diamond Head in background.
Surfing Waikiki 1910
Piercy H. Nottage surfs near the Moana Pier in 1910.
Canoe Paddling c 1908
A canoe paddler enjoys the ocean in front of the old Seaside Hotel and OCC. Note grass shack upper right.
Canoe Surfing Waikiki
Paddlers enjoy canoe surfing in Waikiki Beach in early 1920s.
Rice paddies of Waikiki circa 1908.
Two canoes compete in a tug of war during a water carnival at Waikiki Beach.
Canoe Rides Waikiki
Tourists enjoy a canoe ride at Waikiki Beach.
Polo Match at Kapiolani Park
Horsedrawn carriages encircle Kapiolani Park for a polo game circa 1902. Diamond Head is in the background.
Camp McKinley, located in what is now Kapiolani Park, was home to the First New York Volunteer Infantry in 1898.