1964 Fred Hemmings Jr.
Outrigger Canoe Club's Fred Hemmings Jr. shows off the International Surfing Championship trophy he won in December 1964 in Makaha, Hawaii, in the Senior's Men's Division to his younger brother, Aka Hemmings.
1964 Fred Hemmings Jr. Canoe Surfing
Outrigger Canoe Club's Fred Hemmings Jr. is shown canoe surfing at Old Man's Bowl in 1964. Photo by Cline Mann.
1965 Cline Mann and Fred Hemmings Jr.
Outrigger Canoe Club President Cline Mann wished Fred Hemmings Jr. well as he left for Peru to compete in the world surfing championships.
1965 Duke's Surf Team
Duke Kahanamoku's Surf Team: Paul Strauch Jr., Joey Cabell, Fred Hemmings Jr. and Butch Van Artsdalen.
1965 Duke's Surf Team at Malibu
Outrigger Canoe Club's Paul Strauch Jr., Fred Hemmings Jr. and Butch Van Artsdalen get ready to go surfing with Duke Kahanamoku at Malibu, California. They are shown leaving the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles.
Outrigger Canoe Club's Fred Hemmings Jr., Butch Van Artsdalen and Paul Strauch Jr., pose with Duke Kahanamoku as they enter his limo for a ride to Malibu beach with their surfboards on the roof. The photo was taken in front of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles.
1966 Fred Hemmings Jr.
Outrigger Canoe Club's Fred Hemmings Jr. in a classic bottom turn at Sunset Beach, Hawaii, riding his Blue Max board.
1967 Duke Kahanamoku and Fred Hemmings Jr.
Duke Kahanamoku presents an award to Fred Hemmings Jr. for competing in the Duke Kahanamoku Invitational Championship. A total of 24 surfers competed and received awards at the awards banquet. The award had an Oscar-like body posed in front of a surfboard.
1968 Fred Hemmings Jr.
Outrigger Canoe Club's Fred Hemmings Jr. took first place in the World Surfing Championships in Rincon, Puerto Rico in November 1968. This photo was taken during the semi-finals in Gomes. The finals were held at Marias Beach.
1968 Duke Surfing Classic
Mike Doyle, left, won the 1968 Duke Kahananmoku Invitational Surfing Championship. Other participants were Outrigger's Ricky Grigg, Fred Hemmings Jr. and Felipe Pomar.