Kakaako Fire Station, Hook & Ladder Building, 620 South Street, Honolulu, Honolulu County, HI
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620 South Street, Honolulu, HI
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Documentation compiled after 1933.
Survey number HABS HI-520
Significance: The Hook & Ladder building is significant for its association with the Honolulu Fire Department and for its Spanish Mission style architecture which was popular in the 1920s for public buildings in Honolulu.
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)
FRONT ELEVATION; HOOK & LADDER BUILDING ON THE RIGHT, SHOWING THE ARCHED OPENING THAT CONNECTS IT TO THE MAIN FIRE STATION BUILDING, VIEW FACING NORTH NORTHWEST
OBLIQUE VIEW OF NORTHEAST ELEVATION; NOTE STEPPED PARAPET EXTENDING BACK FROM THE SOUTH STREET FACADE, VIEW FACING WEST
OBLIQUE VIEW OF THE NORTHWEST BACK SIDE; SHOWING THE ARCHED DOORWAY OPENING, VIEW FACING SOUTH SOUTHWEST
OBLIQUE VIEW OF THE SOUTHWEST SIDE; SHOWING THE ALLEY BETWEEN THE HOOK & LADDER BUILDING AND THE MAIN FIRE STATION BUILDING, VIEW FACING NORTH
VIEW OF NORTHWEST CORNER AND NORTH OPENING OF ALLEY BETWEEN BUILDINGS; HOOK & LADDER BUILDING IS ON THE LEFT, NOTE ITS RELATIONSHIP AND CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE MAIN FIRE STATION BUILDING, VIEW FACING EAST SOUTHEAST
INTERIOR VIEW OF THE SOUTH STREET DOORS; SHOWING THE RECTANGULAR DOORS INSIDE THE ARCHED OPENING, VIEW FACING SOUTH SOUTHEAST
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