National Geographic : 1954 May
c) National ueograpnic society 613 Kodachrome by National Geographic Photographer B. Anthony Stewart Swaying Dancers, Whispering Palms, and Murmuring Surf Create the Illusion of a Paradise To the old-time Hawaiian, the hula was a temple art sponsored by royalty. All phases of life found expression in the dance. Missionaries at one time forbade it. Reborn, the hula speaks a light and laughing language.