The Clark Residence is significant on the local level under criterion C, as a good example of a colonial bungalow style house built in Honolulu during the 1920s. Its lateral running gable roof with shed roofed dormers and prominent front porch all reflect the style. The porte cochere projecting from the right side is also typically associated with colonial architecture, and the squaring of its Doric columns is in keeping with the bungalow/craftsman style. In addition, on the interior, the large, flowing foyer-living-dining room space, the built-in buffet, beaded tongue and groove walls, and fireplace further convey a craftsman sensibility, as do the 6 x 6 double hung sash windows.
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