Actor Dick Hershberger performs as Thomas A. Jaggar, founder of Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, in the Whitney Vault, a 16-by-12-foot underground laboratory that still has original seismograph equipment, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Actor Dick Hershberger performs as Thomas A. Jaggar, founder of Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, in the Whitney Vault, a 16-by-12-foot underground laboratory that still has original seismograph equipment, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Brian J. Cantwell Seattle Times
Actor Dick Hershberger performs as Thomas A. Jaggar, founder of Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, in the Whitney Vault, a 16-by-12-foot underground laboratory that still has original seismograph equipment, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Brian J. Cantwell Seattle Times

Living history performance lets you meet Hawaii's 'Dr. Volcano'

November 06, 2017 02:00 AM

UPDATED November 07, 2017 04:13 PM

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