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I am in the process of documenting and interviewing people for history of aikido on the big island ,does anyone have any good sources or possible people to interview here ? I know of Nonaka Sensei (hilo Ki Aikido club ), Yonemori Sensei ( seishikan aikido ) ,and Barbara and bob Klein sensei (My senseis at Aikido of hilo ) ,but anyone else would be great . anyone have references on books with info or pictures would be much appreciated .