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U.S. Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, Marine Corps Officers' Quarters, Russell Avenue, between Central Avenue and Salvor , Pearl Harbor, Honolulu County, HI



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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS HI-420
Building/structure dates: 1913 initial construction
National Register Number: 66000940
Significance: Facility Nos. 201, 202, and 203 are associated with the establishment of the Pearl Harbor Naval Base, and with the history of the Marines in Hawaii. They were some of the first quarters built at Pearl Harbor. They are in a row with one other building, a duplex officers' quarters (Facility No. 204); the 4 residential buildings form a clearly definable, intact, and cohesive architectural and landscaping zone. Facility No. 201 also is significant for its association with notable Marine Commanding Officers who have lived there. These 3 quarters, as well as the Marine Barracks (Facility No. 221), were designed by a prominent east-coast architect, Jules Henri de Sibour. These houses represent the work of a master and embody the distinctive characteristics of a period and type of construction. Facility Nos. 201, 202, and 203 are early examples of reinforced-concrete residential structures. These houses and the duplex in this group are the only poured-in-place concrete family housing in Pearl Harbor. They are contributing elements to the Pearl harbor National Historic Landmark.

Subjects
Barracks
Officers' Quarters
Military Facilities


Related Names
De Sibour, Jules Henri


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
Overview showing the three Officers' Quarters and the open front lawn
Facility No. 201, view down front path
Facility No. 201, oblique view of east side with chimney and of plantings in front
Facility No. 201, view of rear
Facility No. 201, oblique view showing rear wing and south side of main portion, edge of gazebo visible on left
Facility No. 203, oblique view of front (north) and west sides
Facility No. 203, view down front path
Facility No. 203, view of east side
Facility No. 203, oblique view of rear (south) and east sides
Facility No. 201, entry hall with Dutch door, seen from living room looking towards dining room
Facility No. 201, living room
Facility No. 201, view of dining room with enclosed lanai beyond French doors
Facility No. 201, kitchen and pantry from center hall doorway
Facility No. 201, view of upstairs hall, looking between built-in closets toward stairwell, note balusters with cutouts
Facility No. 201, view of enclosed loggia (now a study)
Facility No. 201, view of bedroom 3, showing doors with mirrors in bath hall 2, entry door, and closet door


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