The Territorial Board of Agriculture Building has three wings forming a “U.” It sits adjacent to a park in which there are a number of rare and significant trees. The architect, Louis Davis, designed the building in a Mediterranean Revival style with touches of Hawaiian regional architecture. Completed in 1930, the Territorial Board of Agriculture and Forestry Building is a significant example of Mediterranean Revival architecture in Hawaii. The building is also significant as the work of architect Louis Davis. It is one of the very few examples of Mediterranean style architecture left in the islands.
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