10.  Building T-126

Completed on July 1, 1907, it was the original guardhouse and post prison for Fort Shafter. It is the only building of concrete construction from the original Palm Circle construction group. The prison had a capacity of holding 70 inmates. The first Japanese prisoner of war, Kazuo Sakamaki, was briefly interned in a cell here. The building served as a guardhouse until September 17, 1949, when Fort Shafter authorities transferred the prisoners to Schofield Barracks. In 1957, the building became the post dispensary, but by 1985, it housed the Accounting Offices. T-126 Now serves as the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center.

Building T-126 (1907)

Building T-126 - Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (2011)

Building T-126 (1907)

Building T-126 - Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (2011)


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General Vincent K. Brooks Commanding General

Vincent K. Brooks

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