Lockwood Hall – Pearl Harbor HI


Lockwood Hall, a.k.a. Building 662, originally constructed as the Bachelor Officer Quarters, was constructed in 1934 with Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) funds.

“Legend holds that during World War II, the concrete lanai was painted with a map of the Pacific that submariners used to plot strategy while Marines guarded the Lockwood entrances.”

P.W.A. Federal Project No. 193

Source notes

National Archives Record Group 135-SAR: Prints: Photographs rejected for use in the Photographic Report to the President: “Survey of the Architecture of Completed Projects of the PWA, 1939”; Box 23: Federal Folder.


Additional photos: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/search/?q=Photograph:%20hi0440

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on April 18, 2017.

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Location Info

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Dealey Circle
Pearl Harbor, HI

Coordinates: 21.354229, -157.941220

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