Aloha Nui - Charles Atwood Kofoid and his wife Carrie Prudence Kofoid receive an abundance of Hawaiian leis when arriving in Hawaii from friends Mrs. Eunice Puni Rose and (Lizzie Kahanu) Mrs. Hans M. Gittel. Kofoid was a central figure in establishing the Marine Biological Station of San Diego eventually becoming Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Carrie Prudence Kofoid was once a missionary teacher on the Hawaiian island
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