Prime Minister Kalanimoku standing in the doorway of one of his houses in the company of his wife Likelike, shown with her right arm raised and about to strike a sheet of kapa. In the foreground is an Olo board, the largest of the Hawaiian wood surfboards. Reserved for royalty, they ranged in size from 1.8 to 8 meters. Kalanimoku was the High Chief of the Hawaiian Kingdom during the reigns of Kamehameha I, Kamehameha II, and Kamehameha III. From the Bishop Museum, Engraving Circa 1819. Artist: Marie Joseph Alphonse Pellion.