GALLERY

Duke doing a swan dive from the 100 ft. mask of a ship in Honolulu Harbor
(Restored photo in "The Life & Times of A.R. Gurrey Jr.)











THE PICTURE OF DUKE THAT SCORED

The above picture (at right) of Duke Kahanamoku was used by several mainland papers as being typically Hawaiian. This is the first time it has been published in Honolulu.
Copyright 1912 by A. R. Gurrey Jr.

The Evening Bulletin, March 25, 1912.















"On the Crest"
Duke Kahanamoku from "The Surf Riders of Hawaii" (Restored photo)



"Care Free"
Restored photo from "The Surf Riders of Hawaii"



Restored Photo in "The Life & Times of A. R. Gurrey"
Appeared originally in "Idyls of Hawaii"



"The Malahini Surf"
Restored photo from "The Surf Riders of Hawaii"



Restored photo from "The Surf Riders of Hawaii"



Restored photo in "The Life & Times of A. R. Gurrey"



Original unrestored photo courtesy of Dan Pincetich


"The Illustrated London News" August 27, 1910

This two page article (One page of photos) is the earliest known published photos by A. R. Gurrey Jr. The top 4 images are by A. H. Ford, who also wrote the article. The middle panoramic is a manipulated image by J. J. Williams Studio, and the Gurrey photos are at the bottom. The one of Duke on the left is slightly different than famous image Gurrey took of Duke, note hands position compared to the image displayed third down from top of page.