Oral History Finding Aid: Irene Lum Ho

dc.contributor.author Hula Preservation Society
dc.date.accessioned 2022-03-31T21:13:18Z
dc.date.available 2022-03-31T21:13:18Z
dc.date.issued 2022
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10524/65809
dc.subject Hula
dc.title Oral History Finding Aid: Irene Lum Ho
dcterms.abstract Auntie Irene was part of our research on Maui hula lines. It was suggested we talk with her to try and find out more about Elizabeth Lum Ho, a Maui Kumu who would often come up in discussions with the island’s hula people. We were able to make contact and enjoyed a day of talk-story with Auntie Irene who was a most pleasant and enjoyable host! Elizabeth Lum Ho was her husband’s auntie, and being around the ʻohana, Auntie Irene heard about Maui families, hula folks, and kumu hula from across the island. We are grateful she shared her recollections and remembrances with HPS.
dcterms.dateCopyrighted 2021
dcterms.description Oral history finding aid of interviews with Irene May Wakinekona Lum Ho who was born in Nuʻuanu, Kona, Oʻahu in 1926. Interview footage and transcripts are available in the Hula Preservation Society library. For questions regarding materials referenced herein, and/or Access & Use of content, please contact them.
dcterms.extent 3 pages
dcterms.format Finding aid
dcterms.language eng
dcterms.publisher Hula Preservation Society
dcterms.rights In Copyright
dcterms.rightsHolder Hula Preservation Society
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