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Whitey, Doc Ball, & Grannis Re-creation Boards

The Three Amigos

Working alongside these 3 pioneers of surfing, Greg Noll (himself a pioneer as well) recreated their first surfboards. 

"Lorrin 'Whitey' Harrison's surfboard was the most advanced," says Greg. "Fairly narrow in the stern with a vee-bottom tail for riding more critical waves." Leroy Grannis' board was made of solid merch redwood (from the outer bark ring). Doc Ball's board was carved from a solid slab of redwood with a copper Hawaiian shield mounted on the deck. (excerpted from Greg Noll, the Art of the Surfboard )

These 3 surfboards are now on display in our hallway, here at Surfing Heritage, and were donated by Founding and Sustaining Partners, Nick & Terri Bacica. They were recently delivered to us by Wingnut, on one of his southward journeys.

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