The history of surfing is deeply rooted in the U.S., from its origins in Hawaii to its evolution along the shores of Southern California and Virginia Beach. In an effort to preserve and develop documentation of the sport, the San Clemente-based Surfing Heritage Foundation has created a TV channel where anyone can upload videos, from personal testimonials or home movies of surfers at their favorite breaks to archival footage. One of our favorite entries so far is this 8mm film shot in Waikiki in the 1930s, featuring some fantastic vintage swimwear, charming tunes, and a scene-stealing surfing dog named Night Hawk. If you’re feeling inspired to go catch a wave after you watch, check out The Royal Hawaiian, the pink Spanish-Moorish style hotel featured at the beginning of the film. The property just celebrated its 85th year on Waikiki Beach and is offering discounted packages for travel before the end of the year in honor of its anniversary.