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Henry P. Edmunds and William A. Bryan were both photographers of the early
20th century. Although they lived very different lives, they shared the experience
of Rapanui, or Easter Island, during the early 1900s. Both of them took remarkable
photographs documenting Rapanui's archaeological wonders and everyday life, and some
of these fascinating images are presented here.
For those of you interested in learning more about Henry P. Edmunds, the Bishop Museum
of Honolulu, Hawai´i has an extensive collection of his photographs.