The Alfred Hocking House, built in 1904, is significant for its architecture, and its integrity of design, setting, materials, and workmanship. The structure is an exellent example of the Queen Anne style of architecture, and is the only remaining structure in the Queen Anne style in the Makiki district. It is considered to be the most imposing example of this architectural style on the island of Oahu. The residence is also significant for its association with prominent business man and statesman Alfred Hocking. He was president and general manager of Honolulu Brewing and Malting Company, and represented Maui in the Senate of the Republic of Hawai‘i.
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