Jack Lord and Art
Carol Keale kindly allowed us to share pictures of a special lithograph she and her husband Moe Keale received:

Aloha,  my name is Carol Keale, my husband was Moe Keale a regular actor in the last 2 sessions of the original Hawaii 5-0. Jack and his wife Marie loved my husband dearly, he was a big pure hawaiian man with the essence of Aloha that emanated from his soul. Marie used to jokingly refer to him as her son, even though Marie was a very petite woman and my husband was 6'3" tall.
When Moe and i got married we decided to elope. 2 days later when it appeared in the paper Jack called and asked Moe why he wasn't invited to the wedding, that they loved us dearly and would have been honored to have participated. He gave us one of his original Lithographs, signed on the front of the lithograph as well as a personal dedication on the back that says : "For Carol and Moe-May all  your dreams come true- Aloha Ke Akua Jack Lord December 14th 1980 

The saying on the front is entitled "The Loner" and reads:  If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let  him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away - Signed Henry David Thoreau