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Honolulu Star-Bulletin, January 1 - June 20, 1917

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  • Cadia Los
    Hello, all... I ve added a number of articles about DB s early Honolulu experiences to Files Publications Honolulu Star-Bulletin 1917 (2 folders). The articles
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 22, 2007
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      Hello, all...

      I've added a number of articles about DB's early Honolulu
      experiences to Files>Publications>Honolulu Star-Bulletin>1917 (2
      folders).

      The articles focus on Laniakea (Helen Alexander's arts "community")
      and the Hawaiian Society of Artists, of which DB was one of 40
      members. It's obvious that DB was mixing with both artists and
      society folks, not a bad way to get his name known!

      There was at least one Footlights Club production during this period
      but DB is not mentioned as a cast member or in any other capacity.

      One article refers to DB as "the cartoonist" so their may be some
      truth to the suggestion that he submitted cartoons to the Honolulu
      Advertiser. Certainly there is none of his work (yet) in the Star-
      Bulletin.

      Enjoy!

      ~~Cadia
    • Bev Leinbach
      Aloha from Maui, I will check this out in the 1917 Advertiser. Bev. Cadia Los wrote: Hello, all... I ve added a number of articles
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 23, 2007
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        Aloha from Maui,

        I will check this out in the 1917 Advertiser.

        Bev.



        Cadia Los <duchess@...> wrote:
        Hello, all...

        I've added a number of articles about DB's early Honolulu
        experiences to Files>Publications>Honolulu Star-Bulletin>1917 (2
        folders).

        The articles focus on Laniakea (Helen Alexander's arts "community")
        and the Hawaiian Society of Artists, of which DB was one of 40
        members. It's obvious that DB was mixing with both artists and
        society folks, not a bad way to get his name known!

        There was at least one Footlights Club production during this period
        but DB is not mentioned as a cast member or in any other capacity.

        One article refers to DB as "the cartoonist" so their may be some
        truth to the suggestion that he submitted cartoons to the Honolulu
        Advertiser. Certainly there is none of his work (yet) in the Star-
        Bulletin.

        Enjoy!

        ~~Cadia






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