Browse Items (13 total) Collection: Original Surfers Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: TitleCreatorDate Added Duke Kahanamoku Duke Kahanamoku riding a surfboard Duke--surfing pioneer In 1915, Duke was invited to give a swimming exhibition in Sydney, Australia. In February of that year, he crafted an 8'6 alaia board out of their native sugar pine and toppled the dominos that would make Australia a surfing superpower. Anona Napoleon--One of the first female surfers Descendent of a celebrated Hawaiian surfing family who inherited the talent. She was temporarily paralyzed in a diving accident but came back and won an international championship a year later. George Freeth George Freeth was the first person to become famous as a surfer. Lone Hawaiian Surfer A lone Hawaiian surfer carries on of the last alaia boards. Surfin' USA Malibu Malibu in the 60's- Color Greg Noll: Life Over the Edge Bool Cover from Novel Greg Noll Surfboards Store Miki Dora, Malibu Magazine Renegade early surfer Miki Dora graces the cover of Malibu Magazine in the 1960s. Dora was known to surf the beaches at Malibu, CA, early in his career, later moving to Hawaii and South Africa. 1940s Malibu Sufers Gettin' down in Malibu Greg Noll and Phil Edwards 1950s Ad shoot with Phil Edwards, shot by Leroy Grannis ca. 1955 1960s Malibu Surfers Joe-Schmoes Surfin in Malibu Featured Item Surf Picture A picture of surfers on the beach. Just enjoying the waves and resting on a car.