Sale 2466 - Icons & Images: Photographs & Photobooks, February 15, 2018

242 c   (HAWAII) A group of 18 photographs of colonial Hawaii, with occupationals and topographic views. Comprising views of hotels in Waikiki and Honolulu, the nautical and forest paths to Kilowea, and the Waiakea river; as well as environmental portraits of Polynesians, depicting people making and eating poi, men with surf boards and diving from cliffs, and women with grass skirts, leis, and ukuleles, in both traditional and colonial dress. Albumen (13) and silver (5) prints, the images measuring 9 1 / 4 x7 3 / 8 inches (23.5x18.7 cm.), and smaller, some mounted recto/verso, each with various press agency labels, stamps, and notations, in pencil, on mounts recto and verso, and/or on sheet verso. 1890-1910 [2,500/3,500] WITH— Queen Lili’uokalani carte-de-visite. Albumen print, the image measuring 2 3 / 4 x1 7 / 8 inches (7x4.8 cm.), the mount 3 3 / 4 x2 1 / 2 inches (9.5x6.4 cm.), with the notation “Queen Kalama [sic],” in ink, on recto, and in pencil, on mount verso. Circa 1895