Title:[U.S. Army 4th Cavalry in Hawaii photograph album]
Snapshots documenting a comprehensive variety of activities and events pertaining to the U.S. Army's 4th Cavalry while they
were stationed on Oahu, Hawaii Territory, during the first world war. Subjects include military maneuvers; scenes of various
units performing characteristic activities; individual soldiers; military buildings; military parades in Honolulu in 1914
and 1915; the Schofield Barracks "county fair" of 1914; a swimming competition featuring Duke Kahanamoku (from a distance)
in a couple photographs; and a few images of motion picture stuntman Cilff Bowes high diving. A few parade scenes include
African American soldiers of the 25th Infantry. Identified locations depicted include Honolulu, Haleiwa, Waialua and Wahiawa.
Also includes a few non-Hawaii images depicting Native Americans at Fort Apache, Arizona; the Rio Grande River from Arizona;
and San Antonio, Texas.
Kahanamoku, Duke -- 1890-1968 -- Photographs
United States. -- Army. -- Cavalry, 4th -- Photographs
United States. -- Army. -- Infantry Division, 25th -- Photographs
Soldiers -- Hawaii -- Photographs
African American soldiers -- Hawaii -- Photographs
World War, 1914-1918 -- Hawaii
Hawaii -- Photographs
Honolulu (Hawaii) -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Photographers' initials written in negative of many images: E.W. photo, and E.T.Z. photo.
Many photographs include captions written in negative.
Loose and laid in photographs rehoused to folder (PIC).
Among loose photographs are unsent postcards written to "Annie" from her sweetheart "Ed".
Suede album cover illustrated on front by tooled image of surfer riding a wave at Waikiki Beach, with Diamond Head in background,
and text: Aloha from Hawaii.
Numerous prints are postcard format.
[U.S. Army 4th Cavalry in Hawaii photograph album, BANC PIC 2018.051, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from Maggs Bros. ; 2018.
First organized in 1855, the 4th Cavalry of the United States Army served at the Schofield Barracks on Oahu from 1913 to 1919,
where they were charged with protecting U.S. interests during World War I, when Germany had colonial outposts in New Guinea
and Samoa. For short spans before and after the war, the 4th was scheduled along the U.S.-Mexican border.
approximately 200 photographs in 1 album and 1 folder : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; sheets chiefly 9 x 14 cm (postcard
format), album 26 x 21 cm
BANC PIC 2018.051--ALB
BANC PIC 2018.051--PIC
BANC PIC 2018.051
BANC PIC 2018.051