In keeping with the design of earlier buildings in this state building complex, this single-story office building features a corrugated-metal, double-pitched hipped roof, albeit one that is higher and steeper than those of the earlier buildings. Adjacent is Honokaa State Office Building Number 1, Department of Health. Built in 1932, this solid single-walled, tongue-and-groove building initially served as headquarters for public nursing services.
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Honokaa State Office Building Number 2
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