Honolulu, Hawaii

Wednesday, November 6, 1929

Weather still n.g. with occasional showers. Finished The Moon and Sixpence—a good book and well written.

West to hear the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra with John in the afternoon. The director, Arthur Brooke, had done a fine piece of work, and the program was a great success. The music covered all periods—”Russia” by Ohlsen, “Symphony No. 1 in C Major” by Beethoven, op. 21; “Honor the Brave” by Arthur Brooke; a representative selection from three different ages; “Suite No. 1 Peer Gynt,” Grieg; “Der Freischutz,” Weber.

After dinner at their home we went to a small theatre to see a fair show.

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