The Thrum House was built between 1911 and 1914 in the College Hills development of Manoa Valley. It is significant for its architecture, which is a unique blend of Craftsman and Colonial Revival styles. The characteristics of the Craftsman style appear in the windows, tapered square columns on the front porch, and exposed rafters. The Colonial Revival influence is shown in the cross-gambrel roof, a common feature of the Dutch Colonial style of architecture.
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