Vintage Hawaii View iconic images of the Hawaiian islands from the glory days of travel. Budget Travel Thursday, Oct 11, 2007, 8:17 AM "Kodak Hula Show," Postcard by the Curt Teich Company, circa 1940The fabulous outdoor show at Kapiolani Park in Waikiki was a look at the islands through the beauty of the hula performed by local dancers. It was started in the 1930s by Fritz Herman, then vice president and manager of Kodak Hawaii, who wanted to give tourists a chance to photograph the hula in daylight. (courtesy of islandartstore.com<\/a>) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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"Kodak Hula Show," Postcard by the Curt Teich Company, circa 1940
The fabulous outdoor show at Kapiolani Park in Waikiki was a look at the islands through the beauty of the hula performed by local dancers. It was started in the 1930s by Fritz Herman, then vice president and manager of Kodak Hawaii, who wanted to give tourists a chance to photograph the hula in daylight. (courtesy of islandartstore.com<\/a>)
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