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U.S. Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, Brig, Neville Way near Ninth Street at Marine Barracks, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu County, HI



B&W Photos

HB387343
View Of The Back And East Side Of Building 220 Facing West.

HB387344
View Of The Front Of Building 220 Facing South

HB387345
View Of The Front And West Side Of Building 220 Facing East.

HB387346
View Of The Front Entrance Of Building 220

HB387347
View Of Interior Of Building 220, Decorative Floor At Entrance

HB387348
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Dining/scullery Area.

HB387349
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Dental Facility Area (originally The Arsenal Room)

HB387350
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Bull Pen Area.

HB387351
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Cell Block 'f'.

HB387352
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Typical Cell In Cell Block 'f'

HB387353
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Cell Block 'a' (solitary Confinement Cell Block), Typical Solitary Confinement Cell

HB387354
View Of Typical Cell Locking Mechanism, Building 220 Cell Block 'a'

HB387355
View Of Interior Of Building 220 First Floor, Inside Of A Typical Solitary Confinement Cell

HB387356
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, Looking Down Upon The Open Staircase.

HB387357
View Of Original Windows (typical) Of Building 220, From Interior Of Second Floor Administration Area Office

HB387358
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, Administration Area.

HB387359
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, Male Medium Security Sleeping Area.

HB387360
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, Middle Of Male Medium Security Sleeping Area Looking Up At The Clerestory

HB387361
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, From The Female Medium Security Area Facing The Female Medium Security Sleeping Area

HB387362
View Of Interior Of Building 220 Second Floor, Female Cell Block.

HB387363
View Of Typical Barred Windows Of Building 220, From Interior Of Second Floor Female Minimum Security Area.


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Location
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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS HI-162
Building/structure dates: 1942 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1986 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1984 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1991
National Register Number: 66000940
Significance: The Naval Base at Pearl Harbor was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1964; due to the crucial role it played in the Nation's defense during the twentieth century and the calamitous events which occurred on December 7, 1941. As a Category 3 facility, it has been determined that Building No. 220 functioned as a part of the Pearl Harbor Naval Base, and is only of minor importance to the historic character of the National Historic Landmark.

Subjects
Military Prisons


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF THE BACK AND EAST SIDE OF BUILDING 220 FACING WEST.
2. VIEW OF THE FRONT OF BUILDING 220 FACING SOUTH. THE FIRST THREE WINDOWS ON THE RIGHT SIDE, ON THE SECOND FLOOR, ARE ORIGINAL PLYWOOD WINDOW; THE MIDDLE THREE ARE STEEL FRAMED AWNING WINDOWS (REPLACEMENT); AND THE THREE ON THE LEFT ARE ALUMINUM FRAMED AWNING WINDOWS (REPLACEMENT).
3. VIEW OF THE FRONT AND WEST SIDE OF BUILDING 220 FACING EAST.
4. VIEW OF THE FRONT ENTRANCE OF BUILDING 220. THROUGH THE SWINGING HARDWOOD DOUBLE DOORS AND SLIDING EXPANDED METAL/WOOD FRAMED DOORS IS THE CONTROL CENTER (LOCATED ON THE LEFT) AND BULL PEN (STRAIGHT AHEAD).
5. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220, DECORATIVE FLOOR AT ENTRANCE. VINYL TILE INLAID FLOOR WITH A RED BACKGROUND, GREEN EMBLEM, BROWN AND WHITE EAGLE, RED AND WHITE SHIELD, BLACK ANCHOR, RED ARROWS AND LETTERING.
6. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, DINING/SCULLERY AREA.
7. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, DENTAL FACILITY AREA (ORIGINALLY THE ARSENAL ROOM). THE ORIGINAL DOOR, SHOWN ON THE LEFT OF PHOTO, IS CONSTRUCTED OF 2' THICK HARDWOOD SANDWICHED BY 1/4' THICK STEEL PLATES WHICH ARE BOLTED TOGETHER. THE DOOR SHOWN ON THE RIGHT OF PHOTO, WAS ADDED DURING THE RENOVATION INTO A DENTAL FACILITY. THE TEXTURED WALLS DISPLAY THE IMPRESSION OF THE WOOD FORMS (5' WIDE PLANKS) USED TO CAST THE 12' THICK CONCRETE WALLS.
8. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, BULL PEN AREA.
9. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, CELL BLOCK 'F'.
10. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, TYPICAL CELL IN CELL BLOCK 'F'. A STEEL BUNK ATTACHED TO THE BACK WALL WITH STORAGE LOCKER BELOW IS SHOWN IN THE CENTER OF THE PHOTO.
11. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, CELL BLOCK 'A' (SOLITARY CONFINEMENT CELL BLOCK), TYPICAL SOLITARY CONFINEMENT CELL. THE CELL SHOWN IN CENTER OF PHOTO, HAS A 2-1/2' THICK STEEL DOOR. THE CELL SHOWN IN THE LEFT OF PHOTO, HAS A 3/4' DIAMETER IRON GRILLE DOOR.
12. VIEW OF TYPICAL CELL LOCKING MECHANISM, BUILDING 220 CELL BLOCK 'A'. THE FACE PLATE OF THE CELL LOCK IS SHOWN REMOVED, EXPOSING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC LOCKING MECHANISM COMPRISING OF 2 MICROSWITCHES FOR LOCK POSITION INDICATION (FRONT LEFT CENTER AND REAR RIGHT CENTER OF PANEL); KEY SLOT MECHANICAL LOCK; LOCK SPRING (UPPER RIGHT OF PANEL); ELECTRIC SOLENOID (BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER OF PANEL); AND MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL LINKAGES.
13. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 FIRST FLOOR, INSIDE OF A TYPICAL SOLITARY CONFINEMENT CELL. SHOWN IN CENTER OF PHOTO IS A STAINLESS STEEL SINK AND TOILET UNIT SECURED TO THE 6' THICK CONCRETE WALL.
14. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, LOOKING DOWN UPON THE OPEN STAIRCASE.
15. VIEW OF ORIGINAL WINDOWS (TYPICAL) OF BUILDING 220, FROM INTERIOR OF SECOND FLOOR ADMINISTRATION AREA OFFICE. THESE ORIGINAL DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS ARE WOOD FRAMED WITH PLYWOOD PANELS AND EXPANDED METAL AND WIRE MESH SCREENS.
16. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, ADMINISTRATION AREA.
17. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, MALE MEDIUM SECURITY SLEEPING AREA.
18. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, MIDDLE OF MALE MEDIUM SECURITY SLEEPING AREA LOOKING UP AT THE CLERESTORY. THE WOOD TRUSS SYSTEM IS SHOWN IN UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF PHOTO, RETREATING INTO THE BACKGROUND OF THE PHOTO. THE WOOD STRUTS SHOWN IN THE UPPER LEFT OF PHOTO, TRANSVERSES ACROSS TOWARDS THE RIGHT OF PHOTO.
19. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, FROM THE FEMALE MEDIUM SECURITY AREA FACING THE FEMALE MEDIUM SECURITY SLEEPING AREA. THE FEMALE CELL BLOCK DOOR IN SHOWN ON THE RIGHT OF PHOTO. THE SLEEPING AREA IS IN THE CENTER OF PHOTO.
20. VIEW OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 220 SECOND FLOOR, FEMALE CELL BLOCK.
21. VIEW OF TYPICAL BARRED WINDOWS OF BUILDING 220, FROM INTERIOR OF SECOND FLOOR FEMALE MINIMUM SECURITY AREA.


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