The Michael Victor Houses are two dwellings sitting on adjacent lots. The older of the two houses, 39 Ululani Street, was constructed in 1906. It is a one-story frame building sitting about five feet above grade on wood piers with stone footings. 55 Ululani Street dates between 1907 and 1914 and mirrors the floor plan of its neighbor. The Victor Houses are architecturally significant as good examples of turn-of-the-century, vernacular housing in Hilo. They embody the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, and method of construction.
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