13 ½” X 19” serigraph print–contemporary design.  Of all the volcanic activity on the Hawaiian Islands, I chose this perspective in Kilauea Caldera, taken from a 1924 lantern slide–depicting the last major eruption.  One year after our  publication, the Halema’uma’u (correct pronunciation) pit crater within, re-erupted!  Pele was happy with our design!  Note the similarity to this photo taken 5 years later! (In keeping with historical context, we do not use diacritical marks in this poster.)  Thomas Jaggar built a museum on the rim in 1912 and the park was formed in 1916.  Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a World Heritage Site.

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