F. Kaho'ohanohano, 2016-10-11
Scope and Contents
Oral History: Theory and Practice course Fall 2016 topic Father Kenneth A. Bray, former 'Iolani School athletic director, coach, and Board of Governors member.
'Iolani tenure: SY 1931/32 - 1951/52.
Father Kenneth A. Bray was a coach and director of athletics at ῾Iolani School from 1932 to 1952. He was born in England on May 26, 1879 and died in Hawai'i on January 9, 1953. A World War I veteran as a member of the American Expeditionary Forces, Bray also lent his clerical services locally during World War II. He greatly expanded the athletics program at 'Iolani School. Under his direction the school won six IHL championships: Football- 1939, 1940, 1950; Basketball-1951; Baseball-1950, 1951. He is credited with instilling the "One Team" ethos of the school. In addition, Bray served on the Board of Governors beginning with the school's incorporation in 1942. He was honored as a Contributor by the Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame in 1999.
- Creation: 2016-10-11
Oral History Disclaimer
Opinions expressed during interviews are not the opinions of ’Iolani School and may contain viewpoints and/or manners of speech which are no longer deemed appropriate in today's society. Such elements are included in an effort to preserve the history and context of the subject matter.
'Iolani Login Required for Digital Objects
To view digital content: access via 'Iolani School issued iPad, or via computer by
1- log onto 'Iolani School email account, then
2- open item record in additional tab of the same browser.
2 Electronic file : moving image; text
28,563,763,200 Bytes (Preservation original, interview) : .mov
28,563,763,200 Bytes (Archival instance, interview) : .mov
2,809,741,312 Bytes (Access copy, interview) : .mp4
20,480 Bytes (Preservation original, interview transcript) : .docx
32,768 Bytes (Archival instance, interview transcript) : .docx
212,992 Bytes (Access copy, interview transcript) : .pdf
1 Linear Feet (1 document box) : Rights form
Language of Materials
- Kaho'ohanohano, Frank (Frank Kenneth) (class of 1951) (Interviewee, Person)