Tai Sing Loo, center with camera, with volcano scientists Emerson and Stokes and an 8-10 ton rock thrown 1 kilometer by the Kilauea eruption of 18 May 1924.  22 May 1924 photo, Kilauea, Hawaii.

Caption   Tai Sing Loo, center with camera, with volcano scientists Emerson and Stokes and an 8-10 ton rock thrown 1 kilometer by the Kilauea eruption of 18 May 1924. 22 May 1924 photo, Kilauea, Hawaii. ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUSGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 May 2017

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WW2-Era Place Name Kilauea, Hawaii, Hawaii
Lat/Long 19.3980, -155.2793


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