4. Alpin at the door, 1976
“I was nine years old when John took this picture. I arrived at Taylor Camp when I was three—just about to turn four. My dad and my sister were still on the Big Island and I remember hitchhiking with my mom and arriving at Taylor Camp and walking into the camp the first time and me being really excited. I was like, ‘Wow, there's tree houses and the beach’, and people were friendly to us, really welcoming. I remember Mom said, ‘I think we'll live here’, and I was so excited and really happy. It looked like a really fun, cool place to live and there were a lot of a really neat people there."
“I have such sweet, fond memories of playing on the beach and playing in the jungle. My sister and I would go ‘visiting’ and we would go from house to house and there would always be something going on, from a card game to people playing music, to making food, or crafts from batik to candle making to sewing and stuff like that. So, that was really fun.”
— Alpin (Hamilton) Noble
Archival 19 x 12.875-inch inkjet photos printed on 22 x 17-inch Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta—a pure100% Cotton Fine Art paper, acid and lignin-free, with the classic look of analog darkroom prints. Each photograph is spray-coated to meet the most exacting archival requirements—sealing the print surface and protecting the photo from dirt, fingerprints, moisture, fading, airborne contamination, and ozone damage.
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