Percy Alfred Gorman lived and worked here in Fort Street, Honolulu. circa 1917 Corner of King Street looking up Fort Street. First National Bank on the right corner, M. Gunst building on left corner, with Odd Fellows Hall next door.
This Pan Am building in Honolulu at 1600 Kapiolani Boulevard housed the local offices of Pan American World Airways until its closure in 1991. It was designed by architect George Hogan and built in 1967, and this mid-century modern-style building remains a busy landmark today. Stop by and grab a cup of coffee at the Clipper Cup outside the main entrance.
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