rice and perkins : surf riding at waikiki, 1904
On page 15,
Boating and Riding at Waikiki," there is one photograph
of canoe surfing,
one of several prone of boardridrers, and one of a lone
The images are accredited to Rice and Perkins, the page design by Julian Greenwood.
photograph was later reprinted by several newspapers.
Both surfboard riding photographs were also reproduced as individual hand-coloured postcards.
The two sufboard images with an alternate outrigger canoe photograph were reproduced on an (hand-coloured?) "undivided back" postcard (circa 1901-1907) with the caption "Surf Riding at Waikiki,Honolulu."
- DeLaVega: Surfing in Hawai'i (2011), page 34.
the two outrigger canoes was reproduced in the Outrigger canoe
for the Clake Cup Contests in 1910.
- DeLaVega: Surfing in Hawai'i (2011), page 49.
R. W. Rice and
W. Perkins opened their photographic studio at 144 Beretaala
Honolulu in April 1901.
- The Honolulu Republican, Honolulu, April 20, 1901, page 2.
partnership was formally disolved in August 1905, the business
under Mr. Roscoe Perkins.
- The Hawaiian Gazette, Honolulu, August 29, 1905, page 4.
||b. Outrigger canoe riders.|
||c. Standing surfboard rider,|
||d. Prone surfboard riders.|
Hawaii, Its People and Their Legends.
Hawaiian Promotion Committee, Honolulu, H.T., 1904.