Hawaiian Guitar Lessons
“Don’t forget if you want an ukulele you can get a free course of the famous Kaai method private lessons–appointments to suit you–with any instrument you buy from us, from $6.50 up, all guaranteed. Ernest K. Kaai.”
Honolulu star-bulletin, Oct. 12, 1917, Page 12
“Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Clark — Famous artists will accept pupils in banjo, Hawaiian guitar, ukulele, mandolin, guitar. We aim to teach thoroughly, correctly, and rapidly.”
New-York tribune, Oct. 15, 1916, Page 15, Image 75
“You can learn in six lessons. Easiest Hawaiian method. STEEL GUITAR AND UKULELE. Latest Hawaiian and popular songs with accompaniments. Instructors: Edith and Grace McDowell. Hawaii Music Studio.”
Washington times, Oct. 23, 1921, Page 5, Image 33
“Robert Yap of Honolulu — Teacher of Hawaiian guitar and ukulele”
New-York tribune, Oct. 16, 1921, Page 14, Image 56
“Southern College of Music Glee Club – $1.00 per month
“Ukulele, mandolin, guitar, ukulele banjo, and Hawaiian taropatch.”
The herald, July 11, 1918, Page 7
“Aloha-Oe — Have you heard it on the steel guitar? Hawaiian Music Studio”
Richmond times-dispatch, March 7, 1920, Page 18
“Learn to play the ukulele. Have you ever listened to the tinkling melody of this fascinating Hawaiian instrument? It is heard at its best on the porch or lawn on a summer night.
“The ukulele is not difficult to play. Come in and let us show you the different models at $4 up.
“We have some beautiful new Victor Records of ukulele music. Come in and hear them.”
Walter D. Moses & Co.
Richmond times-dispatch, June 14, 1917, Page 3
“$5.00 will give you a Kaai Ukulele and 8 Kaai lessons. What better Christmas gift could you give your friend and be more enjoyed? Ernest K. Kaai — ‘Hawaii’s Music Man’”
Honolulu star-bulletin, Dec. 21, 1917, Page 16
Evening world, Dec. 16, 1920, Page 7
“All lessons are strictly private–no classes–and given in modern sound-proof booths. … Open daily till 10.
Hartnett Studios, 71 W. 23rd St. (Masonic Building), NY City.”
New-York tribune, Feb. 5, 1922, Page 6, Image 48
“Have you a ukulele? If not why not? And they’re easy to play. A new, quick, original different method now being taught at our store by Louise Johnson.
Oklahoma City times, Sept. 25, 1917, Page 3
New York herald, August 20, 1922, Page 10, Image 30
Richmond times-dispatch, Oct. 13, 1918, Page 6, Image 30