The Hana District Police Station and Courthouse is a modest, one-story, single-wall frame building with a front-facing corrugated metal gable roof and a pent-roofed front porch. It sits on a knoll overlooking the harbor at Hana. Originally, the interior if the building contained two rooms: the court room and the “gaoler’s” room. The Hana District Police Station and Courthouse is significant for its associations with the judiciary system in the Hana district and architecturally as an early example of single-wall construction in Hawaii.
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