Ainahau was the name of the ten acre Waikiki coconut grove and estate given to Princess Kaiulani by her godmother, Princess Ruth Keelikolani, at the baby princess's baptismal ceremony. It has been said that 500 coconut palms were planted in honor of Princess Kaiulani's birth. Ainahau was torn down in 1955 to make room for hotels and residential buildings. Signed, dated and inscribed 'Theodore Wores 1902 / Ainahau Honolulu' (lower right). EXHIBITION: Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama, The Art of Thedore Wores, Japan's Beauty Comes Home, 1986, no.66, illus. Stanford, California, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Theodore Wores and the Antimodernist Aesthetic, June 1 - September 17, 1999, no. B-5. San Jose, California, Triton Museum of Art, Theodore Wores: Man of Purpose and Vision, June 6, 2003 - February 15, 2004. LITERATURE: The Art of Theodore Wores, Japan's Beauty Comes Home, Tokyo, 1986, no.66, illus.