Oklahoma's

NATIONAL REGISTER

HANDBOOK

 

State Historic Preservation Office

Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma History Center

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive

Oklahoma City, OK 73105

405/521-6249

www.okhistory.org/shpo/shpom.htm

 

 

August 1, 2014

 

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUPPORT

The activity that is the subject of this publication has been financed in part with federal funds from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior. However, the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of the Interior, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendations by the Department of the Interior. The Department of the Interior prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, or handicap in its federally-assisted programs.

 

 

PREFACE

The National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) established the National Register of Historic Places, and it is the basis of the State Historic Preservation Office's programs. Oklahoma's National Register Handbook includes a county by county listing of Oklahoma's National Register listings, the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, and other helpful information. For a listing of properties added to the National Register since publication of the handbook, users can request a supplemental listing from the State Historic Preservation Office.

The State Historic Preservation Office, Oklahoma Historical Society, invites concerned citizens, nonprofit organizations, and government entities to help us extend the benefits of National Register listing to properties that represent the development of Oklahoma and the accomplishments of all of its people. Tomorrow's Legacy: Oklahoma's Statewide Preservation Plan sets forth the goals and objectives of the State's preservation community and suggests how everyone can participate in the identification of properties for National Register listing, as well as in efforts to protect them. We all share the responsibility for this important work, and together we can succeed. Copies of the State Plan are available from the State Historic Preservation Office.

 

THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

The National Register of Historic Places is a catalog of American culture -- the tangible elements of our archaeology, our history, and our architecture. The register records the sites, buildings, districts, structures and objects which, through their often imposing presence, keep us in touch with the achievements of our past.

It is essentially a continuing inventory which identifies both sites and the material remains of these cultural developments that have molded our nation from its prehistory to its present.

But the register goes beyond mere listing. It provides an authoritative guide to help federal, state and local governments, private groups and citizens to recognize the nation's cultural resources, enabling these groups to protect and sustain our heritage in the process of planning for the future.

The National Register of Historic Places is only one facet of a comprehensive national program established by the National Historic Preservation Act.

The NHPA set up a matching grants-in-aid program that sponsors state-based historic sites surveying and master planning, and encourages restoration of listed properties by state and local groups and individuals. The NHPA also set up an Advisory Council on Historic Preservation whose members advise the President and Congress on preservation matters. The Council is empowered to review any case where federally funded or federally licensed projects might threaten National Register properties.

 

CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION

The following criteria have been established to guide the states and the U.S. Secretary of the Interior in evaluating potential entries to the National Register.

The quality of significance in American history, architecture, archaeology and culture is present in districts, sites, buildings, structures and objects that possess integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling and association, and:

* that are associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our past; or

* that are associated with the lives of persons significant in our past; or

* that embody the distinctive characteristics of a type, period or method of construction or that represent the work of a master, or that possess high artistic values, or that represent a significant and distinguished entity whose components may lack individual distinction; or

* that have yielded, or may be likely to yield information important in prehistory or history.

Certain properties are not ordinarily considered eligible for inclusion in the National Register. These include cemeteries, birthplaces or graves of historical figures, properties owned by religious institutions or used for religious purposes, structures that have been moved from their original locations, reconstructed historic buildings, properties primarily commemorative in nature, and properties that have achieved significance within the past 50 years.

Such properties are given consideration if they are integral parts of districts that do meet the criteria or if they fall within the following categories:

* a religious property deriving primary significance from architectural or artistic distinction or historical importance; or

* a building or structure removed from its original location but which is significant primarily for architectural value, or which is the surviving structure most importantly associated with a historic person or event; or

* a birthplace or grave of a historical figure of outstanding importance if there is no appropriate site or building directly associated with his/her productive life; or

* a cemetery which derives its primary significance from graves of persons of transcendent importance, from age, from distinctive design features or from association with historic events; or

* a reconstructed building when accurately executed in a suitable environment and presented in a dignified manner as a part of a restoration master plan, and when no other building or structure with the same association has survived; or

* a property primarily commemorative in intent if design, age, tradition or symbolic value has invested it with its own historical significance; or

* a property achieving significance within the past fifty (50) years if it is of exceptional importance.

 

TYPES OF NATIONAL REGISTER PROPERTIES

Properties may be nominated to the register in one of five categories: district, site, building, structure, and object.

A district is a geographically definable area, urban or rural with a significant concentration, linkage or continuity of sites, buildings, structures or objects which are related historically or aesthetically.

A site is the location of a significant event, activity, building, structure or archaeological resource where the significance of the location and any archaeological remains outweighs the significance of any existing structures.

A building is a structure such as a house, barn, church or hotel created to shelter any form of human activity; the term "buildings" may refer to a historically related complex such as a courthouse and jail or a house and barn.

A structure is a man-made construction of interdependent and interrelated parts, organized in a definite pattern. It is often a large-scale engineering project.

An object is a material thing of functional aesthetic, cultural, historical or scientific value; it may be movable by nature of design, yet related to a specific setting or environment.

 

WHAT THE NATIONAL REGISTER DOES

1. Provides recognition of a property's significance in history, architecture, archaeology, or engineering.

2. Provides limited protection when a property is endangered by a federally funded or federally licensed action.

3. Provides the owner of an income-producing property (commercial or rental residential) the opportunity to receive investment tax credits for "certified rehabilitation."

4. Provides the owner the opportunity to apply for matching grants-in-aid for restoration/rehabilitation (when funding is available).

 

WHAT THE NATIONAL REGISTER DOES NOT DO

1. Does not restrict the use of the property. (For example, an owner can continue to live in a listed house, convert a listed property to another use, continue to farm ground where a listed archaeological site may be located, conduct new construction on the site, etc.)

2. Does not restrict the sale of private property.

3. Does not require continued maintenance of private property.

4. Does not require that any specific guidelines be followed in rehabilitation (unless the owner is using federal funds or receiving an investment tax credit).

5. Does not require the owner to give tours of the property or open it to the public.

6. Does not guarantee funds for restoration.

7. Does not guarantee perpetual maintenance of the property.

8. Does not provide a tax credit for a private residential structure.

9. Does not provide a historic marker for the property.

 

THE NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION PROCESS

1. Any person or organization can submit a nomination for any property.

2. To nominate a property to the National Register, a "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form" and, if appropriate, a "National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form" must be completed and submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office.

3. The State Historic Preservation Office staff reviews each nomination received. If the nomination is complete and in acceptable format, it will be scheduled for presentation at the earliest possible Historic Preservation Review Committee meeting. Unacceptable nominations will be returned to the preparer with written comments.

4. The Historic Preservation Review Committee meets at 10:00 a.m. on the third Thursday of January, April, July, and October in the Oklahoma Historical Society Boardroom, unless otherwise announced.

5. If the Historic Preservation Review Committee approves the nomination, it will be sent to the Keeper of the Register, Washington, D.C. Written comments received before or during the Committee meeting will be transmitted with the nomination to the Keeper of the Register.

6. The Keeper of the Register has forty-five (45) days from the date of their receipt of the nomination to act. The Keeper can list the property in the National Register, issue a determination of eligibility (in special circumstances), reject the property for listing, or return the nomination for additional information or clarification.

7. The Keeper notifies the State Historic Preservation Office of the listing of the property in the National Register of Historic Places, and the SHPO then notifies all property owners and elected state and local officials of the designation. The SHPO shall also inform the owner (and nomination preparer, if not the owner) when a property is rejected for listing or returned for additional information.

8. If an owner requests it in writing, a certificate denoting listing in the National Register will be issued by the SHPO.

NOTE: If a property proposed for nomination to the National Register is located within the jurisdiction of a Certified Local Government (CLG), the local historic preservation review commission will review and comment on the nomination prior to the SHPO's scheduling it for the Historic Preservation Review Committee's consideration. Current information about which Oklahoma cities and towns participate in the CLG Program is available from the SHPO.

 

HOW NOMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE REVIEW COMMITTEE

Acceptable nominations received by the State Historic Preservation Office are scheduled for the first possible meeting of the Historic Preservation Review Committee. Generally, acceptable nominations received sixty (60) days prior to a meeting of the Committee will be presented. However, if more nominations are received than can be processed in accordance with federal regulations, the nominations will be scheduled in accordance with the priorities listed below:

1. Properties considered to be endangered;

2. Properties that are examples of a rare type or that are surviving examples of a once common type;

3. Properties that are candidates for special tax incentives or grants programs;

4. Properties considered eligible for nomination to the National Register by a Certified Local Government;

5. Properties for which there is a demonstrated public concern; and

6. Other properties for which sufficient documentation exists to warrant nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.

 

WHO IS THE SHPO?

In Oklahoma, the Governor appoints the Oklahoma Historical Society's Executive Director as the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO). The SHPO is responsible for administration of the National Register programs in the state. Among these duties are survey and inventory of Oklahoma's historic and prehistoric resources, nomination of eligible properties to the National Register of Historic Places, review of federally assisted or federally licensed undertakings, review of proposed rehabilitation projects under current federal tax laws, development of a comprehensive historic preservation plan, conduct of the Certified Local Governments (CLG) Program, and provision of technical assistance to other government agencies, preservation organizations, and the general public.

 

WHAT IS THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW COMMITTEE?

A state review board composed of professionals in the fields of history, architecture, archaeology, and architectural history, as well as citizen members, provides advice to the SHPO in each state. Oklahoma's review board is the Historic Preservation Review Committee. The membership is appointed by the Governor. The Committee has as its primary responsibility the review of all National Register nominations the SHPO submits to the Keeper of the Register.

 

HOW ARE PROPERTY OWNERS & THE PUBLIC NOTIFIED ABOUT PROPOSED NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATIONS?

 

When the SHPO staff determines that a National Register nomination under review in its office is complete and in acceptable form, it is scheduled for the next possible Historic Preservation Review Committee meeting.  In accordance with National Park Service (NPS) regulations (36 CFR Part 60), the SHPO notifies the owners of the property and the appropriate chief elected local official (with courtesy copies provided to the appropriate State Senator and Representative) of the pending nomination.  If there are fewer than fifty (50) property owners involved, the SHPO sends NPS approved notification by certified mail to each owner and to the chief elected local official.  If a property involves fifty (50) or more property owners, the SHPO publishes a general notice in a newspaper of general circulation in the area where the property is located (historic districts are the most common properties to involve 50 or more owners), and a notice is sent by certified mail to the chief elected local official.  Whichever notification process is used, the notice is given not less than thirty (30) nor more than seventy-five (75) days in advance of the Historic Preservation Review Committee meeting at which the nomination will be considered. The notice stipulates the property that is the subject of the nomination; explains the meaning of the National Register listing; informs the recipient about the date, time and place of the Committee’s meeting; provides the date, time and place of an informational meeting in the local community when the property proposed for nomination is a district; and explains how owners may object to the nomination (see CAN A PROPERTY OWNER OBJECT TO LISTING OF HIS/HER PROPERTY IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER? IF SO, HOW? below). In the case of historic district nominations, the SHPO also issues a press release to the local newspaper and other media and provides an article for publications such as neighborhood newsletters.  Complete copies of the proposed nomination are made available upon request from the SHPO and at the informational meetings held for historic district nominations.

 

 

HOW CAN PROPERTY OWNERS & OTHERS EXPRESS SUPPORT OF A NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION?

 

Any property owner, local official, or citizen may express support for a National Register nomination under consideration by the SHPO, and all such written statements that the SHPO receives will be transmitted to the NPS. These statements may be forwarded to the SHPO by regular mail, fax, or e-mail or hand delivered to the SHPO at the address on the front cover of this publication, or at the Historic Preservation Review Committee meeting when the nomination is considered.

 

 

CAN AN OWNER OBJECT TO LISTING OF HIS/HER PROPERTY IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER?  IF SO, HOW?

 

Yes.  Property owners have the right to object to the listing of their property in the National Register.  If a simple majority of the private owners provide a notarized statement to the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) that they are the sole or partial owner of a specific property and that they object to the listing of the property in the National Register, it will not be listed.  When a majority of the property owners file such objections with the SHPO (by regular mail or in person) at the address shown at the beginning of this document by the deadline specified in the notice to property owners about the nomination, the SHPO will complete the formal review of the nomination under the NPS regulations (36 CFR Part 60). However, the Keeper of the Register will issue a Determination of Eligibility rather than formally list the property.

 

While public property owners, such as city and county governments, may not support nomination of their property to the National Register, their objections do not prevent formal listing in the National Register.

 

Property owners should feel free to contact the SHPO about their questions concerning the National Register and their rights. Or, they may visit the NPS website (www.cr.nps.gov/nr/) for additional information.  For the convenience of owners who wish to object to a National Register nomination, the SHPO will provide a form objection letter upon request. Anyone has the right to petition the Keeper of the Register directly about objections to a nomination. 

 

REMOVING PROPERTIES FROM THE NATIONAL REGISTER

Properties nominated by state or federal agencies will be removed from the National Register only when they have ceased to meet the criteria for the National Register, or when the qualities which caused them originally to be nominated have been lost or destroyed, or upon proof that an error in professional judgment has been made, or for failure to follow the procedures set forth by the Department of the Interior. Information concerning the loss of integrity, error in judgment or procedural error should be submitted, through the appropriate State Historic Preservation Officer or federal representative, to the Keeper of the Register, Washington, D.C.

 

 

OKLAHOMA LISTINGS IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

The following 1,247* districts, buildings, sites, structures, and objects were listed in the National Register of Historic Places as of August 1, 2014.

The listings are arranged alphabetically by county and city. Under each county (and county code number), listings are grouped by the name of the city in or near which they are located.

Under the city (or vicinity) name, each entry includes: property name (followed in parentheses by archaeological site number and/or name of MPS, MRA or TR nomination, if any of these designations are applicable); location (unless this information is restricted); date of listing; National Register Criteria Code(s) under which the property was listed; any appropriate HABS, HAER and/or NHL designations; and the National Register Information System (NRIS) assigned number; and if the property has been removed from the National Register, that information will be noted in parentheses.

* Removed properties are not included in the total number of listings noted above.

 

 

Following is a guide to the codes used in the entries.

A,B,C, or D: Listed in the National Register for Criterion A, association with important events; B, association with important persons; C, architectural, artistic, or design merit, or representative of a period or a type of construction; or D, likely to yield information.

a - g: Property types eligible for the National Register only under special circumstances: (a) religious property; (b) moved property; (c) birthplace or grave; (d) cemetery; (e) reconstructed property; (f) commemorative property; or (g) property less than fifty (50) years old when listed.

AD: Additional Documentation.

HABS: Documented by the Historic American Buildings Survey.

HAER: Documented by the Historic American Engineering Record.

MPS: Individually listed as part of a Multiple Property Submission.

MRA: Individually listed as part of a Multiple Resource Area nomination.

NHL: Designated a National Historic Landmark.

TR: Individually listed as part of a Thematic Resource nomination.

 

 

 

Adair County (Code 001)

Stilwell:

Adair County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, on Division between 2nd & 3rd, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002927.

Stilwell vicinity:

Golda's Mill, 12 miles NW of Stilwell, 11/9/72, A, 72001049.

Westville:

Buffington Hotel, West Main Street, 2/23/84, A, 84002929.

Opera Block, West Main Street, 2/23/84, A, 84002934.

Westville vicinity:

Ballard Creek Roadbed [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], Address Restricted, 9/9/13, A,D, 13000702.

Breadtown [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], Address Restricted, 6/9/14, A,D, 14000296.

Bushyhead, Rev. Jesse, Grave [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], SH-59, 12/6/04, B,c, 04001334.

 

Alfalfa County (Code 003)

Aline:

Aline I.O.O.F. Lodge #263 [I.O.O.F. Buildings in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma TR], off Main & Broadway, 3/8/84, A, 84002941.

Carmen:

Carmen I.O.O.F. Lodge #84 [I.O.O.F. Buildings in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma TR], Main & 4th, 3/8/84, A, 84002948.

Carmen vicinity:

Carmen I.O.O.F. Home [I.O.O.F. Buildings in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma TR], North of Carmen, 3/8/84, A,a, 84002944.

Cherokee:

Alfalfa County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 300 South Grand Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002937.

Cherokee Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 2nd & Kansas, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001371.

Cherokee Friends Church, 120 West Pennsylvania, 12/6/04, C,a, 04001337.

Cherokee I.O.O.F. Lodge #219 [I.O.O.F. Buildings in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma TR], Grand Avenue & 2nd, 3/8/84, A, 84002953.

Farmers' Federation Elevator [Clay Tile Grain Elevators in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], Ohio Avenue & 4th, 10/7/83, A,C, 83004153.

Hotel Cherokee, 117 West Main, 3/5/98, A,C, 98000200.

Cleo Springs vicinity:

Sod House, approx. 4 miles North of Cleo Springs, 9/29/70, A,C, 70000526.

Goltry:

Farmers' Exchange Elevator [Clay Tile Grain Elevators in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], SH-45, 10/7/83, A,C, 83004152.

Ingersoll:

Ingersoll Tile Elevator [Clay Tile Grain Elevators in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], off US-64, 10/7/83, A,C, 83004156.

 

Atoka County (Code 005)

Atoka:

Atoka Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Ohio & "C" Avenues, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001372.

Atoka Community Building [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 1st & Delaware, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001373 (REMOVED 12/29/05).

First Methodist Church Building, 105 West 1st, 6/30/80, A,C,a, 80003250.

First Presbyterian Church, 212 East 1st, 9/6/07, C, 07000914.

Indian Citizen Building, 115 North Ohio Avenue, 10/4/79, A, 79001984.

Masonic Temple, 301 Court, 9/8/80, A,C, 80003251.

Old Atoka County Courthouse, 200 East Court, 12/6/79, A,C, 79001985 (REMOVED 12/29/05).

Old Atoka State Bank, Ohio Avenue & Court, 8/29/80, A,C, 80003252.

Pioneer Club, 1st & Mississippi, 6/27/80, A, 80003253.

Ralls, Joe, House, 303 South Pennsylvania, 6/27/80, A,C, 80003254.

Standley, Captain James S., House, 207 North Ohio Avenue, 12/11/79, B,C, 79001986 (REMOVED 12/29/05).

Zweigel Hardware Store Building, 405 & 407 Court, 9/8/80, A,C, 80003255 (REMOVED 12/29/05).

Atoka vicinity:

Boggy Depot Site, Address Restricted, 4/19/72, A,C, 72001050.

Middle Boggy Battlefield Site & Confederate Cemetery, 1 mile North of Atoka, 4/19/72, A,d, 72001051.

Daisy vicinity:

Billy, Isaac, Homestead & Family Cemetery, NE of Daisy, 4/17/80, B,C,d, 80003256.

Limestone Gap vicinity:

LeFlore, Captain Charles, House, .5 mile North of Limestone Gap on US-69, 6/13/72, B, 72001052.

Wapanucka vicinity:

McAlister, Bo, Archaeological Site (34-AT-160), Address Restricted, 4/21/78, D, 78002217.

Old Faucett Well, 4 miles NE of Wapanucka, 4/13/72, A, 72001053.

Wesley vicinity:

Waddell's Station Site, Address Restricted, 4/13/72, A, 72001054.

 

Beaver County (Code 007)

Beaver:

Beaver County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], off US-270, 8/23/84, A, 84002964.

Lane Cabin, Main Street & "C" Avenue, 6/5/74, A, 74001654.

Presbyterian Church, 3rd Street & "E" Avenue, 5/16/74, A,a, 74001655.

Floris:

Floris Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], off US-64, 10/7/83, A, 83004159.

Gate:

Gate School, Jct. of 4th & Texas, 9/10/99, A,C, 99001087.

Gate vicinity:

Lonker Archaeological Site (34-BV-4), Address Restricted, 11/27/78, D, 78002218.

Knowles:

Knowles Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], US-64, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002069.

Mocane vicinity:

Rose, Billy, Archaeological Site (34-BV-22), Address Restricted, 9/1/78, D, 78002219.

Turpin:

Turpin Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], off US-64, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002071.

Turpin vicinity:

Sharps Creek Crossing Archaeological Site (34-BV-14), Address Restricted, 4/4/75, D, 75001559.

 

Beckham County (Code 009)

Carter vicinity:

Edwards Archaeological Site (34-BK-2), Address Restricted, 9/19/73, D, 73001554.

Elk City:

Casa Grande Hotel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 103 East 3rd, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000043.

Hedlund Motor Company Building, 206 South Main, 9/22/83, A,C, 83002072.

Storm House, 721 West Broadway, 10/6/83, C, 83004162.

Whited Grist Mill, 306 East 7th, 1/1/76, A,e,g, 76001554.

Erick:

First National Bank, 101 South Main, 12/11/79, A, 79001987.

West Winds Motel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 623 Roger Miller, 5/27/04, C, 04000520.

Sayre:

Beckham County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002968.

Danner, J.S., House, 408 North 4th, 3/13/02, C, 02000169.

Sayre Champlin Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 126 West Main, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000130.

Sayre City Park [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 200 yards South of Jct. of County Roads #E1200 & #N1870, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000127.

Sayre Downtown Historic District, Main & 4th, 12/9/02, A,C, 02000972.

Sayre Rock Island Depot, 106 East Poplar, 6/9/00, A,C, 00000654.

Texola:

Magnolia Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of Elm Street & US-66, SW corner, 2/23/95, A, 95000028.

 

Blaine County (Code 011)

Canton vicinity:

Acre Family Barn, Route 2 Box 37, 3/13/13, C, 13000073.

Cantonment, North of Canton, 4/28/70, A,a, 70000527.

Geary:

Gillespie Building, 102 East Main, 11/13/89, A, 89001963.

Public Water Trough, Jct. of Main, Canadian, & NE Blvd., 11/15/89, A, 89001965.

Geary vicinity:

Chisholm, Jesse, Grave Site, NE of Geary near North Canadian River, 12/16/71, B,c, 71000658.

Okeene:

Okeene Flour Mill, off SH-51, 11/7/76, A, 76001555.

Sooner Co-op Association Elevator (West) [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], 302 West "F" Street, 8/31/00, A,C, 00001040.

Okeene vicinity:

Shinn Family Barn, SE of Okeene, 3/10/83, A,C, 83002076.

Southard:

Old Plant Office Building (U.S. Gypsum Company), SH-51A, 5/13/83, A, 83002074.

Southard vicinity:

Old Salt Works, Address Restricted, 7/28/83, A, 83002075.

Watonga:

Blaine County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 212 North Weigle, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002972.

Ferguson, Thompson Benton, House, 521 North Weigle, 5/17/73, B,e, 73001555.

Noble Hotel, 112 North Noble, 5/10/96, A,C, 96000491.

United States Post Office Watonga [Oklahoma Post Offices with Section Art MPS], 121 North Noble Avenue, 4/17/09, A,C, 09000213.

Wagner, J.H., House, 521 North Prouty Avenue, 3/10/83, A,C, 83002077.

Watonga Armory, 301 West Main, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000491.

Watonga vicinity:

Cronkhite Ranch House, North of Watonga off SH-51A, 9/22/83, A,C, 83002073.

 

Bryan County (Code 013)

Achille vicinity:

Bloomfield Academy Site, Address Restricted, 11/15/72, A, 72001055.

Bokchito vicinity:

Armstrong Academy Site, Address Restricted, 4/13/72, A, 72001056.

Caddo:

Caddo Community Building [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], East Buffalo, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001376.

Colbert vicinity:

Colbert's Ferry Site, Address Restricted, 6/29/72, A, 72001057.

Durant:

Bryan County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 402 West Evergreen, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002974.

Durant Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by 4th, Lost, Evergreen, & 1st Streets, 6/5/07, A, 07000517.

Lee, Robert E., School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 824 West Louisiana, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001374.

Oklahoma Presbyterian College, 601 North 16th, 12/12/76, A, 76001556.

Williams, Robert Lee, Public Library [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 4th & Beech Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001375.

Wilson, J.L., Building, 202 West Evergreen, 4/20/82, A,C, 82003668.

Durant vicinity:

Carriage Point (Fisher's Station), Address Restricted, 6/29/72, A, 72001058.

Roberta School Campus [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off SH-E70, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001377.

Karma vicinity:

State Highway #78 Bridge at the Red River [Historic Bridges of Texas MPS], SH-78 across the Red River at the Oklahoma-Texas State Line (also in Ravenna vicinity, Fannin County, Texas), 12/20/96, A,C, 96001517.

Kenefic vicinity:

Fort McCulloch, Address Restricted, 6/21/71, A, 71000659.

Nail's Station, Address Restricted, 6/29/72, A, 72001059.

Nida vicinity:

Fort Washita, SW of Nida on SH-199, 10/15/66, A, NHL 6/23/65, 66000626.

 

Caddo County (Code 015)

Anadarko:

Anadarko Armory, 700 West Oklahoma, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000479.

Anadarko Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Tracks, East 2nd & West 3rd, 12/10/90, A,C, 82005385.

First Baptist Church (Colored), Jct. of East Washington Avenue & NE 5th, 12/11/07, A,C, 07001263.

Randlett Park, Washita River South to Central Blvd. & East to 7th, 9/2/03, A, 03000878.

Anadarko vicinity:

Black Beaver's Grave, North edge of Anadarko, 5/11/73, B, 73002256 (REMOVED 9/1/75).

Apache:

Amphlett Brothers Drug & Jewelry Store, 136 Evans Avenue, 5/11/82, A, 82003669.

Apache State Bank, Evans & Coblake, SW corner, 7/17/72, A, 72001060.

Binger vicinity:

Caddo County Medicine Creek Archaeological District (34-CD-168, 34-CD-169, 34-CD-170, 34-CD-171, 34-CD-173, 34-CD-174), Address Restricted, D, 3/28/95, 95000235.

Bridgeport vicinity & Hydro vicinity:

Bridgeport Hill-Hydro Route 66 Segment [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], SH-66 from Hydro East to US-281 Spur (also in Canadian County), 3/3/04, A,C, 04000129.

Fort Cobb vicinity:

Fort Cobb Site, 1 mile East of town of Fort Cobb, 3/1/73, A, 73001556.

Gracemont vicinity:

Stevens Rock Shelter, Address Restricted, 3/28/95, D, 95000237.

Hinton vicinity:

Rock Mary, 4 miles West of Hinton, 6/22/70, A, 70000528.

Hydro vicinity:

Provine Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], .5 mile East of Jct. of I-40 & SH-58, 7/17/97, A,C, 97000803.

 

Canadian County (Code 017)

Bridgeport vicinity & Hydro vicinity:

Bridgeport Hill-Hydro Route 66 Segment [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], SH-66 from Hydro East to US-281 Spur (also in Caddo County), 3/3/04, A,C, 04000129.

El Reno:

Avant’s Cities Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 220 South Choctaw, 3/2/04, A,C, 04000131.

Canadian County Jail, 300 South Evans, 11/14/85, Additional Documentation 12/14/95, A,C, 85002790.

Carnegie Library, 215 East Wade, 8/29/80, A, 80003257.

El Reno High School, 405 South Choctaw, 3/3/00, A,C, 00000179.

El Reno Hotel, 300 South Choctaw, 3/21/79, A, 79001988.

El Reno Municipal Swimming Pool Bath House, 715 South Morrison, 3/16/00, A,C, 00000178.

Goff, William I. & Magdalen M., House, 506 South Evans, 9/8/88, C, 88001317.

Jackson Conoco Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 301 South Choctaw (aka 121 West Wade), 3/2/04, A,C, 04000132.

Lassen, Henry, House, 605 South Hoff, 9/4/08, B, 08000852.

Red Cross Canteen, Grand Avenue & London Street, NW corner, 9/5/75, A,b, 75001560.

Rock Island Depot, 400 West Wade, 3/7/83, A, 83002078.

Southern Hotel, 319 South Grand Avenue, 8/2/78, A, 78002220.

El Reno vicinity:

Darlington Agency Site, approx. 6 miles NW of El Reno, 8/14/73, A, 73001557.

Fort Reno, 3 miles West & 2 miles North of El Reno, 6/22/70, A, 70000529.

Mennoville Mennonite Church, North of El Reno on US-81, 10/4/79, A,a, 79001989.

Geary vicinity:

Bridgeport Hill Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of Old Route 66 & US-281 Spur, 12/5/03, A, 03001239.

Union City:

Richardson Building, NE of Main & Division, 10/6/83, A, 83004164.

Yukon:

Mulvey Mercantile, 425 West Main, 9/20/82, A, 82003670.

Yukon Public Library, 512 Elm Street, 2/2/84, A, 84002977.

Yukon vicinity:

Czech Hall, 2.5 miles South of Yukon, 11/25/80, A, 80003258.

McGranahan Portion of the Chisholm Trail Roadbed, Address Restricted, 6/14/13, A, 13000391.

West Point Christian Church, SW of Yukon, 9/2/83, C,a, 83002079.

 

Carter County (Code 019)

Ardmore:

Ardmore Carnegie Library, 511 Stanley SW, 6/2/00, A, 00000620.

Ardmore Historic Commercial District, Main Street & Hinkle Avenue, 3/14/83, Additional Documentation & Boundary Decrease 10/5/05, A,C, 83002080.

Ardmore Historic Commercial District (Boundary Increase), Main Street from the Santa Fe Railroad Tracks to "B" Street, North Washington from Main to 2nd Avenue NE, & Caddo from Main to North side of 2nd Avenue NE, 10/5/05, A,C, 04001331.

Ardmore Municipal Auditorium, 220 West Broadway, 3/8/06, A,C, 06000117.

Black Theater of Ardmore, 536 East Main, 6/22/84, A, 84002978.

Carter County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 1st Street & "B" SW, 3/22/85, A, 85000678.

Central Park Bandstand, SW Jct. of West Main & "E" SW in about the middle of Central Park, 12/6/06, A,C, 06001111.

Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Viaduct, Jct. of "G" NE & abandoned roadbed of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, 12/11/07, A, 07001266.

Dornick Hills Country Club, 519 North Country Club Road, 9/2/03, A,C, 03000877.

Douglass High School Auditorium, 800 "M" NE, 7/11/84, A, 84002981.

Dunbar School, 13 SE "G" Street , 6/22/84, Additional Documentation 12/2/09, A, 84002985.

Galt-Franklin Home [Historic Homes of Ardmore Petroleum Executives TR], 400 Country Club Road, 5/22/86, B,C, 86001132.

Hardy Murphy Coliseum, 600 Lake Murray Drive South, 3/8/06, A, 06000118.

Johnson Home [Historic Homes of Ardmore Petroleum Executives TR], 400 Country Club Road, 5/22/86, B,C, 86001133.

Oklahoma, New Mexico & Pacific Railroad Depot, North Washington & NE 3rd, 7/22/82, B, 82003671.

Sayre-Mann House, 323 "F" SW, 5/11/82, B,C,b, 82003672.

Turner House, 1501 3rd Avenue SW, 9/9/13, C, 13000703.

Ardmore vicinity:

Brady Cabin, 38 miles NW of Ardmore, 12/5/77, C, 77001090.

Lake Murray State Park, 1.9 miles SE of Jct. of US-77 & US-70 (also in Love County), 10/12/01, A,C, 01001097.

Healdton:

Healdton Armory, Jct. of 4th & Franklin, 4/7/94, A,C, 94000280.

Healdton vicinity:

Zaneis School Teacher's Dormitory, off US-70, 8/15/85, A,C, 85001800.

Tatums:

Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Jct. of Webster & Lane, SE corner, 1/12/95, A,a, 94001519.

Wilson vicinity:

Healdton Oil Field Bunk House, North of Wilson, 9/26/85, A,C, 85002518.

 

Cherokee County (Code 021)

Park Hill:

Murrell Home, 4 miles South of Tahlequah, 6/22/70, A,C, NHL 5/30/74, 70000530.

Park Hill vicinity:

Park Hill Mission Cemetery, South Park Hill Road .5 mi. South of East Murrell Road, 12/6/06, A,B,d, 06001113.

Ross Cemetery, .5 mile South of Jct. of Murrell Road & County Road #N4530, 3/7/02, A,B,d, 02000170.

Tahlequah:

Alston-Bedwell House, 315 North State, 9/8/05, C, 05001002.

American Baptist Home Mission House, 530 Summit, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000621.

American Legion Hut, Tahlequah City Park, Jct. of East Shawnee & North Brookside Ave., 8/24/06, A,C, 06000798.

Cherokee Female Seminary, Northeastern State College campus, 4/5/73, A, 73001558.

Cherokee National Capitol, 100 South Muskogee Avenue, 10/15/66, A, NHL 7/4/61, 66000627.

Cherokee National Jail, Choctaw & Water Avenue, 6/28/74, A, 74001656.

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, Keetoowah & Water Avenue, 6/28/74, A, 74001657.

Franklin, M.E., House, 415 North College Avenue, 9/5/06, C, 06000791.

French-Parks House, 209 West Keetoowah, 3/18/85, C, 85000618.

Indian University of Tahlequah, 320 Academy, 7/6/76, A,a, 76001557.

Loeser, Dr. Irwin D., Log Cabin, 121 East Smith, 11/17/78, B, HABS, 78002221.

Logan, Leonard M., House, 531 Summit, 10/12/05, B, 05001165.

Rosamund, 527 Seminary Avenue, 9/6/06, B, 06000793.

Tahlequah Armory, 100 Water Avenue, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000488.

Tahlequah Carnegie Library, 120 South College, 6/6/03, A, 03000516.

Thompson, Joseph M., House, 300 South College Avenue, 3/11/93, A,C, 93000155.

Tahlequah vicinity:

First Cherokee Female Seminary Site, SE of Tahlequah, 4/30/74, A, 74001658.

Illinois Campground [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], County Road #DO775, 12/6/04, A, 04001330.

 

Choctaw County (Code 023)

Fort Towson:

Wilson, Willie W., House, Cincinnati & Main, 4/20/82, B,C, 82003673.

Fort Towson vicinity:

Doaksville Site, Address Restricted, 5/29/75, A,D, 75001561.

Fort Towson (Cantonment), 1 mile NE of town of Fort Towson, 9/29/70, A, 70000531.

Spencer Academy, Address Restricted, 5/21/75, A,a, 75001562.

Hugo:

Hugo Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Jefferson & 3rd, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001378.

Hugo Frisco Railroad Depot, North "A" & Jackson, 6/6/80, A, 80003259.

Hugo Historic District, US-70 & US-271, 11/12/80, A, 80003260.

Hugo Public Library [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], East Jefferson Street, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001379.

Hugo vicinity:

Everidge Cabin & Cemetery, off Rural Route, 3/31/82, A,C,d, 82003674.

Rose Hill Plantation, Address Restricted, 3/15/10, B,D,d, 10000069.

Speer School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-271 East, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001380.

Spencerville vicinity:

Spencerville School Campus [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], South of Spencerville, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001381.

Swink vicinity:

Chief's House, 1.5 miles NE of Swink, 6/21/71, A, 71000660.

 

Cimarron County (Code 025)

Boise City:

Cimarron County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Cimarron Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002988.

Boise City vicinity:

Autograph Rock Historic District [Santa Fe Trail MPS], Address Restricted, 4/21/94, A, 94000318.

Cold Spring & Inscription Rock Historic District [Santa Fe Trail MPS], Address Restricted, 4/21/94, A, 94000317.

Felt vicinity:

Cedar Breaks Archaeological District (34-CI-193, 34-CI-194, 34-CI-195), Address Restricted, 10/10/78, D, 78002222.

Kenton vicinity:

Bat Cave Archaeological Site (34-CI-69), Address Restricted, 9/1/78, D, 78002223.

Red Ghost Cave Archaeological District (34-CI-39, 34-CI-68), Address Restricted, 11/15/78, D, 78002224.

Three Entrance Cave Archaeological District (34-CI-184, 34-CI-185), Address Restricted, 11/29/78, D, 78002225.

Wheeless vicinity:

Camp Nichols, Address Restricted, 10/15/66, A,D, NHL 5/23/63, 66000628.

 

Cleveland County (Code 027)

Lexington vicinity:

U.S. Highway #77 Bridge at the Canadian River, US-77 over the Canadian River (also in Purcell vicinity, McClain County), 9/2/03, A,C, 03000882.

Moore:

Moore Public School Building, NW 1st & Broadway, 11/8/84, A, 84000379.

Norman:

Bavinger, Eugene, House [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 730 60th Avenue NE, 12/13/01, C,g, 01001354.

Beta Theta Pi Fraternity House, The University of Oklahoma, 800 South Chautauqua Avenue, 6/2/82, C, 82003675.

Bizzell Library, University of Oklahoma, 401 West Brooks, 1/03/01, A, NHL 1/3/01, 01000071.

Casa Blanca (Alpha Chi Omega Sorority House), 103 West Boyd, 2/21/90, C, 90000123.

Cleveland County Courthouse, 200 South Peters Avenue, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001580.

DeBarr Historic District, roughly bounded by Boyd, DeBarr Avenue, Duffy & the AT&SF Railroad Tracks, 12/27/91, A,C, 91001904.

Downtown Norman Historic District, 105 West Main & 100-232 East Main, 10/10/78, A, 78002226.

Downtown Norman Historic District (Boundary Increase), roughly bounded by Webster, the alley north of Gray, Porter, Eufaula, James Garner, & Comanche, 3/12/12, A, 12000111.

Gimeno, Patricio, House, 800 Elm, 12/30/91, C, 91001902.

Jacobson, Oscar B., House, 609 South Chautauqua Avenue, 12/23/86, B,C, 86003466.

Ledbetter, H.E., House [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 701 West Brooks, 6/14/01, C, 01000655.

Logan Apartments, 720 West Boyd, 3/11/14, A,B,C, 14000049.

Moore-Lindsay House, 508 North Peters, 11/14/85, C, 85002788.

Norman City Park New Deal Resources Historic District, Jct. of Daws Street & Webster Avenue, 12/28/00, A, 00001572.

Norman Public Library, 329 South Peters Avenue, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001581.

Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education Historic District, bounded by Asp Avenue, Kellogg Drive, Maple & 4th, 6/10/11, C, 11000334.

President's House (Boyd House), The University of Oklahoma, 407 West Boyd, 7/6/76, A, 76001558.

Santa Fe Depot, Jct. of Abner, Norman Drive & Comanche, 1/25/91, A,C, 90002203.

Sooner Theater Building, 101 East Main, 8/31/78, A,C,g, 78002227.

United States Post Office, 207 East Gray, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001573.

Stella vicinity:

Mardock Mission, SE of Stella off SH-9, 3/14/83, A, 83002081.

 

Coal County (Code 029)

Coalgate:

Coalgate School Gymnasium-Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Fox & Frey Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001382.

United States Post Office Coalgate [Oklahoma Post Offices with Section Art MPS], 38 North Main, 4/17/09, A,C, 09000214.

Coalgate vicinity:

Keel Creek Bridge, SH-31 over Keel Creek, 4/4/07, A, 07000257.

Lehigh:

Merchants National Bank Building, SW corner of Main & Railway, 12/6/06, A,C, 06001112.

Lehigh vicinity:

Smallwood, Benjamin Franklin, House, West of Lehigh, 3/10/82, B, 82003676.

 

Comanche County (Code 031)

Cache vicinity:

Arrastra Site, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 5/11/81, D, 81000455.

Boulder Cabin, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 5/11/81, A,C, 81000456.

Buffalo Lodge, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 5/11/81, A,C, 81000457.

Ferguson House, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 5/11/81, A,C, 81000458.

Ingram House, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 5/11/81, A,C, 81000459.

Parker, Quanah, Star House, Eagle Park, 9/29/70, B,C,b, 70000532.

Elgin vicinity:

Penateka,  3.5 miles West of Elgin on US-277, 11/7/76, A, 76001559.

Fort Sill:

Blockhouse on Signal Mountain, off Mackenzie Hill Road, 11/29/78, A,e, 78002228.

Chiefs Knoll, Post Cemetery, Macomb & Burrill Roads, 5/16/78, A,d, 78002229.

Comanche Indian Mission Cemetery, Henry Post Army Airfield, 4900 Area, 2/4/14, A,D,a,d, 12000437.

Fort Sill Historic District, on US-62, 10/15/66, A, NHL 12/19/60, 66000629.

General Officers Quarters, 1310 Shanklin Circle, 4/14/75, A,C, 75001563.

Indian Cemeteries, Fort Sill Military Reservation, 8/10/77, A,d, 77001510.

Medicine Bluffs, Medicine Bluff Creek, 12/31/74, A, 74001659.

Old Tower Two, Jct. of Signal Mountain & Tower Two Roads, 12/31/74, A, 74001660.

Post, Henry, Air Field, 1/30/78, A, 78002231.

Fort Sill vicinity:

Site of Camp Comanche, Address Restricted, 5/12/77, A, 77001091.

Indiahoma:

First State Bank of Indiahoma, Main Street, 11/6/80, A, 80003261.

Lawton:

Beal, Mattie, House, 1006 SW 5th, 8/19/75, A,C, 75001564.

Carnegie Library, 427 SW "B" Avenue, 8/19/76, A, 76001560.

Douglass School, 102 East Gore Blvd., 11/25/08, A, 08001148.

Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse, 410 SW 5th, 3/24/00, A,C, 00000243.

First Christian Church, 701 "D" Avenue, 3/12/85, C,a, 85000566.

First Presbyterian Church of Lawton, 8th & "D" Avenue, 12/14/79, A,C,a, 79001990.

Lawton High School, 809 "C" Avenue, 2/27/97, A,C, 97000197.

Lawton National Guard Armory, 600 NW Cache Road, 6/5/07, A,C, 07000519.

Mahoney-Clark House, 513-515 West Gore Avenue, 12/8/82, A, 82001494.

Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 702 "D" Avenue, 3/12/85, C,a, 85000567.

Lawton vicinity:

Building #309, Fort Sill Indian School, East edge of Lawton off US-62, 10/15/73, A,C, 73001559.

Gore Pit District (34-CM-131, 34-CM-324, 34-CM-325), Address Restricted, 11/21/80, D, 80004520.

Meers Mining Camp, 20 miles NW of Lawton, 1/20/78, A, 78002230.

Medicine Park:

Medicine Park Hotel, East Lake Drive, 9/25/79, A, 79001991.

 

Cotton County (Code 033)

Walters:

Cotton County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 301 North Broadway, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002990.

First United Methodist Church, 202 East Oklahoma, 9/15/83, C,a, 83002082.

Walters Rock Island Depot, 220 West Nevada, 9/3/98, A,C, 98001147.

 

Craig County (Code 035)

Vinita:

Attucks School, 346 South 4th, 12/3/09, A, 09000974.

Carselowey House, 403 North Gunter, 12/7/11, C, 11000894.

Craig County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 214 West Canadian Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84002994.

First Methodist-Episcopal Church, South, 314 West Canadian Avenue, 6/3/99, C,a, 99000673.

Hotel Vinita [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 106 West Canadian, 2/9/95, A,C, 94001608.

Randall Tire Company [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 237 South Wilson, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000029.

Spraker Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 240 South Wilson, 2/23/95, A, 95000030.

Vinita vicinity:

Little Cabin Creek Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], carries US-60/69 over Little Cabin Creek, SE of Jct. with I-44, 3/4/09, C, 09000072.

McDougal Filling Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 443956 East SH-60, 5/27/04, A, 04000521.

Welch vicinity:

Walker Farmhouse [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], Address Restricted, 9/9/13, A,B, 13000705.

 

Creek County (Code 037)

Bristow:

Beard Motor Company [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 210 East 9th, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000522.

Bristow Firestone Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 321 North Main, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000912.

Bristow Motor Company Building [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 500 North Main, 2/23/95, A, 95000032.

Bristow Presbyterian Church, 6th & Elm, 10/3/79, C,a, 79001992.

Bristow Tire Shop [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 115 West 4th, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000033.

Texaco Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 201 West 4th, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000034.

Bristow vicinity:

Little Deep Fork Creek Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], .33 mile East of Jct. of County Roads #E0830 & #N3700, 12/5/03, A,C, 03001237.

Tank Farm Loop Route 66 Roadbed [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of SH-66 & Old Highway 66, .6 mile West of I-44 Overpass, 9/6/06, A,C, 06000797.

Drumright:

Drumright, Aaron, House, 403 South Creek Avenue, 8/17/82, B, 82003678.

First United Methodist Church of Drumright, 115 North Pennsylvania Avenue, 3/31/82, A,C,a, 82003679.

Fulkerson, J.W., House, 508 East Broadway, 3/23/82, B, 82003680.

Santa Fe Depot, Broadway & Harley, 4/2/81, A, 81000460.

Washington School, 214 West Federal, 1/28/81, A, 81000462.

Drumright vicinity:

Drumright Gasoline Plant #2, North of Drumright, 7/27/82, A, 82003677.

Jackson Barnett #11 Oil Well, South of Drumright, 7/27/82, A, 82003681.

Tidal School, South of Drumright off SH-16, 4/2/81, A, 81000461.

Wheeler #1 Oil Well, off SH-99, 3/14/83, A,a, 83002083.

Oilton:

Meacham Building, 102 East Main, 4/21/82, A, 82003682.

Oilton vicinity:

Markham School & Teacherage, SW of Oilton, 4/21/82, A, 82003683.

Sapulpa:

Berryhill Building, 14-20 East Dewey Avenue, 11/30/99, A,C, 99001423.

Creek County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 222 East Dewey Avenue, 3/22/85, A, 85000679.

Frank, John, House [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1300 Luker Lane,  3/20/02, C,g, 02000221.

McClung House, 708 South Main, 6/27/80, B,C, 80003262.

Sapulpa Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Hobson Avenue, Elm, Lee Avenue, & Main, 9/14/02, A,C, 02000975.

Sapulpa vicinity:

Bridge #18 at Rock Creek [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of US-66 & Rock Creek, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000031.

West Sapulpa Route 66 Roadbed [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of Ozark Trail & SH-66 .25 mile West of Sahoma Lake Road, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000128.

 

Custer County (Code 039)

Clinton:

Clinton Armory, 723 South 13th, 4/7/94, A,C, 94000281.

Crawford House, 600 North 13th, 3/8/84, A,C,a, 84002998.

McLain Rogers Park, Jct. of 10th & Bess Rogers Blvd., 9/3/04, A,C, 04000944.

Y Service Station & Cafe [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1733 Neptune Drive, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000523.

Clinton vicinity:

Heerwald Site (34-CU-27), Address Restricted, 3/12/12, D, 12000112.

Custer City:

Broadway Hotel [Historic Commercial Buildings of Custer City TR], off SH-33, 3/6/85, A, 85000489.

First National Bank of Custer City [Historic Commercial Buildings of Custer City TR], off SH-33, 10/31/85, A, 85003426.

Pyeatt's, J.J., General Store [Historic Commercial Buildings of Custer City TR], off SH-33, 3/6/85, A, 85000488.

Hammon vicinity:

Cheyenne & Arapaho Cattle Company Headquarters (Hodge Archaeological Site) (34-CU-40), Address Restricted, 12/15/78, D, 78002232.

Thomas:

Thomas Community Building, 120 East Broadway, 6/8/11, A,C, 11000335.

Weatherford:

Old Science Building, State Street, 2/23/84, A, 84003004.

Owl Blacksmith Shop, 208 West Rainey, 7/27/83, A, 83002084.

Weatherford Armory, 123 West Rainey, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000492.

Weatherford vicinity:

Little Deer Archaeological Site (34-CU-10), Address Restricted, 11/27/78, D, 78002233.

 

Delaware County (Code 041)

Grove:

Bassett Grove Ceremonial Grounds, Address Restricted, 7/20/83, A,a,d,g, 83002085.

Corey House-Hotel, North Main at 2nd, 12/17/82, A, 82001495.

Grove vicinity:

Splitlog Church (Cayuga Mission Church), approx. 9 miles NE of Grove, 10/26/72, B,a, 72001061.

Jay vicinity:

Beattie’s Prairie (34-DL-227) [Cherokee Trail of Tears MPS], Address Restricted, 3/11/14, A,D, 14000050.

Polson Cemetery, NE of Jay, 11/21/77, A,B,d, 77001092.

Rose vicinity:

Saline Courthouse, 1 mile SE of Rose off SH-33, 1/1/76, A, 76001561.

Siloam Springs vicinity:

Hildebrand Mill, 10 miles West of Siloam Springs, 10/18/72, A, 72001062.

 

Dewey County (Code 043)

Seiling:

McAllister House, 311 North Locust, 2/27/97, C, 97000196.

Seiling Milling Company, 4th & Orange, 12/8/83, A, 83004167.

Taloga:

Dewey County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Broadway & Ruble, 3/22/85, Additional Documentation 12/18/03, A, 85000680.

Vici:

Vici M-K-T Depot, Houser Street between 7th & 8th, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000911.

 

Ellis County (Code 045)

Arnett:

Ellis County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Town Square, 3/22/85, A, 85000681.

Arnett vicinity:

Davison Silo, 20 miles SE of Arnett, 11/14/78, A,C, 78002234.

Eggleston Springs (34-EL-18), Address Restricted, 12/15/78, D, 78002235.

Grand Town Site, 14 miles South of Arnett, 6/5/72, A, 72001063.

Camargo vicinity:

Carr, George, Ranch House [Ranching Properties in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], NW of Camargo, 4/10/85, A, 85000788.

Fargo:

Stock Exchange Bank [Banking Facilities in Ellis County TR], Main Street, 10/7/83, A, 83004173.

Gage:

Bank of Gage [Banking Facilities in Ellis County TR], 18 Main Street, 10/7/83, A, 83004169.

Shattuck:

First State Bank [Banking Facilities in Ellis County TR], 239 South Main, 10/7/83, A, 83004170.

Ingle Brothers Broomcorn Warehouse, 320 NW 1st, 12/3/09, A, 09000975.

Shattuck National Bank Building [Banking Facilities in Ellis County TR], 100 South Main, 10/7/83, A, 83004171.

 

Garfield County (Code 047)

Covington vicinity:

Hoy, R.E., #1 Oil Well, off US-64, 9/26/86, A, 86002357.

Kimmell Barn, NE of Covington, 1/30/84, C, 84003021.

Enid:

Broadway Tower, 114 East Broadway, 11/14/85, A,C, 85002789.

Champlin, H.H., House, 612 South Tyler, 1/21/93, C, 92001833.

Cherokee Terrace Apartments, 619 East Maine, 12/18/13, A,C, 13000939.

Clay Hall, 311-325 Lakeview Drive, 6/20/12, C, 12000346.

Eason, T.T., Mansion, 1305 West Broadway, 3/24/87, B,C, 87000417.

Enid Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 6th & Elm, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001370.

Enid Cemetery & Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 200 Block of West Willow Avenue, 3/21/96, A,C, 96000305.

Enid Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Maple Avenue, 2nd, Cherokee Avenue, & Adams, 12/12/07, A,C, 07001265.

Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], Near East Willow Road, North 16th, North 10th, & North Van Buren, 4/20/09, A,C, 09000239.

Garfield County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], West Broadway, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003018.

Jackson School, 415 East Illinois, 7/19/89, C, 89000848.

Kaufman, H.L., House, 1708 West Maine, 12/12/85, C, 85003339.

Kenwood Historic District, bounded by Oak, Maple, Washington, & Madison, 12/6/04, A,C, 04001328.

Lamerton House, 1420 West Indian Drive, 6/20/97, C, 97000613.

McCristy-Knox Mansion, 1323 West Broadway, 3/24/87, C, 87000418.

Rock Island Depot, 200 Owen K. Garriott Blvd., 7/18/79, A, 79003639.

Waverley Historic District, roughly bounded by West Broadway Avenue, North & South Tyler, South Harrison, West Oklahoma, & North & South Buchanan, 12/6/06, A,C, 06001110.

Hunter:

Bank of Hunter, Jct. of Cherokee & Main, 6/22/84, A,C, 84003014.

 

Garvin County (Code 049)

Davis vicinity:

Initial Point, approx. 7.5 miles West of Davis (also in Murray County), 10/6/70, A, 70000533.

Elmore City:

Antioch Dependent School District #15, .5 mile West of Jct. of Antioch Road & SH-74, 12/6/04, A,C, 04001333.

Erin Springs:

Erin Springs Mansion, South of Washita River, 6/22/70, B, 70000534.

Hoover vicinity:

Fort Arbuckle Site, Address Restricted, 6/13/72, A, 72001064.

Lindsay:

Santa Fe Depot of Lindsay [Territorial Era Santa Fe Depots in South Central Oklahoma TR], 110 North Main, 4/25/86, A,C, 86000863.

Pauls Valley:

Garvin County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square & Grant Avenue, 11/8/85, A, 85002758.

Pauls Valley Historic District, roughly bounded by the Railroad Tracks, Grant Avenue, & Joy Street, 2/1/79, A,C, 79001993.

Stratford:

First National Bank Building, 100 West Main, 6/14/01, C, 01000659.

Wynnewood:

Eskridge Hotel, 114 East Robert S. Kerr, 10/3/79, A,C, 79001994.

Hargis-Mitchell-Cochran House, 204 East Robert S. Kerr, 6/2/82, A,C, 82003684.

Moore-Settle House, 508 East Cherokee, 3/25/83, C, 83002086.

 

Grady County (Code 051)

Bradley vicinity:

Jewett Archaeological Site (34-GD-81), Address Restricted, 2/14/79, D, 79001995.

Chickasha:

Chickasha Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by 1st, 3rd, Kansas Avenue, 7th, & alley North of Chickasha Avenue, 3/10/05, A,C, 05000132.

Chickasha U.S. Post Office & Federal Courthouse, Jct. of 4th & Choctaw Avenue, SW corner, 12/29/94, A,C, 94001509.

Grady County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 326 West Choctaw Avenue, 3/10/05, A,C, 05000131.

Griffin House, 1402 West Kansas Avenue, 6/9/14, C, 14000297.

New Hope Baptist Church, 1202 South Shepherd, 6/6/03, A,a, 03000515.

Oklahoma College for Women Historic District, roughly bounded by Grand Avenue, 19th, Alabama Avenue, & alley West of 15th, 9/09/01, Additional Documentation 5/18/07, A,C, 01000950.

Rock Island Depot, Chickasha Avenue, 3/29/85, A,C, 85000699.

Verden Separate School, 315 East Ada Sipuel Avenue, 12/16/05, A,b, 05001416.

Minco:

Minco Armory, 407 West Pontotoc, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000484.

Minco vicinity:

Knippelmier Farmstead, 672 SH-152, 9/8/11, A, 11000638.

Pocasset:

Pocasset Gymnasium,  .5 mile South of Jct. of Dutton Road & SH-81, 12/13/96, A,C, 96001489.

Tuttle vicinity:

Silver City Cemetery, 6/10th mi. from Sectionline on South side of Sec.22 T10N R6W IM, 12/4/08, A,d, 08001149.

 

Grant County (Code 053)

Deer Creek:

Deer Creek General Merchandise Store, South Main, 3/8/84, A, 84003024.

Lamont vicinity:

Dayton School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], SE of Lamont, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001369.

Medford:

Grant County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], West Guthrie Street, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003027.

Medford Bathhouse & Swimming Pool [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Guthrie & 5th Streets, 9/8/88, A, 88001368.

Nash:

Bank of Nashville, Jct. of US-64 & Main Avenue, 6/20/02, C, 02000655.

Pond Creek:

Pond Creek Masonic Lodge #125, 126 Broadway Avenue, 9/3/10, C, 10000622.

 

Greer County (Code 055)

Mangum:

Downtown Mangum Historic District, roughly bounded by East Lincoln, South Pennsylvania, North Oklahoma, & South Oklahoma, 12/3/09, A, 09000976.

Greer County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 3/22/85, A, 85000682.

Hotel Franklin, 217 West Jefferson, 5/31/07, A,C, 07000520.

Mangum Armory, 115 East Lincoln, 4/7/94, A,C, 94000278.

Mangum Community Building, 201 West Lincoln, 3/17/95, A,C, 95000236.

Reed vicinity:

Jay Buckle Springs, East of County Road #1840, 500 feet North of Jct. with County Road #E1420, 3/7/08, A, 08000150.

 

Harmon County (Code 057)

Gould:

Gould Community Building, Kennedy Street, 12/11/07, A, 07001264.

Hollis:

Harmon County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 114 West Hollis, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003031.

Hollis City Hall & Jail, 101 West Jones, 12/11/07, A, 07001267.

United States Post Office Hollis [Oklahoma Post Offices with Section Art MPS], 120 North 2nd, 4/17/09, A,C, 09000215.

 

Harper County (Code 059)

Buffalo:

Beeman & Litz, Feuquay Elevator [Clay Tile Grain Elevators in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], off US-64, 10/7/83, A,C, 83004177.

Buffalo City Park Pavilion [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], US-64, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001367.

Farmers' Co-op Elevator [Clay Tile Grain Elevators in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], off US-64, 10/7/83, A,C, 83004176.

Harper County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 311 SE 1st, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003041.

I.O.O.F. Building of Buffalo, 110 West Turner, 7/14/83, A,C, 83002087.

Monhollon "Artificial Stone" House, off US-183, 7/14/83, C, 83002088.

Buffalo vicinity:

Page Soddy, SE of Buffalo, 3/24/83, A,C, 83002089.

Fort Supply vicinity:

Cooper Bison Kill Site (34-HP-45),  Address Restricted,10/7/02, D, 02000171.

Laverne:

Clover Hotel [Historic Properties Relating to Laverne's Early Commercial Development MRA], Main Street & Oklahoma Avenue, 3/8/84, A,C, 84003034.

Fox Hotel, Broadway & NE 1st Streets, 1/30/78, A, 78002236.

Laverne's North Main Street District [Historic Properties Relating to Laverne's Early Commercial Development MRA], Main & Broadway, 3/8/84, A,C, 84003044.

M.K.&T. Depot in Laverne [Historic Properties Relating to Laverne's Early Commercial Development MRA], Main Street, 3/8/84, A,C, 84003046.

Sharp Lumberyard [Historic Properties Relating to Laverne's Early Commercial Development MRA], 124 North Broadway, 3/8/84, A,C, 84003048.

Laverne vicinity:

Beagley-Stinson Archaeological Site (34-HP-19), Address Restricted, 11/16/78, D, 78003394.

Rosston vicinity:

Old Settler's Irrigation Ditch, intersects US-283 North of Rosston, 7/27/83, A, 83002070.

Woodward vicinity:

Patsy’s Island Site (34-HP-70), Address Restricted, 12/6/04, D, 04001335.

Smith No. 2 Site (34-HP-138), Address Restricted, 12/6/04, D, 04001329.

 

Haskell County (Code 061)

Keota vicinity:

Otter Creek Archaeological Site (34-HS-25), Address Restricted, 12/31/74, D, 74001661.

Kinta:

Cotton Storage House, off SH-2, 1/10/80, A, 80003263.

Kinta High School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], SH-2, 9/26/88, A,C, 88001383.

Scott Store, SH-2, 1/11/80, B, 80003264.

Kinta vicinity:

McCurtain, Edmund, House, NE of Kinta, 6/27/80, B, 80003265.

McCurtain, Green, House, NE of Kinta, 6/21/71, B, 71000661.

Stigler:

Haskell County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 202 East Main, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003061.

Stigler School Gymnasium-Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 4th & "E", 9/8/88, A,C, 88001384.

Stigler vicinity:

Mule Creek Archaeological Site (34-HS-40), Address Restricted, 9/13/78, D, 78002237.

Tamaha Jail & Ferry Landing, NE of Stigler, 11/14/80, A, 80003266.

 

Hughes County (Code 063)

Dustin:

Dustin Agricultural Building [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Rutherford & 4th, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001385.

Holdenville:

Holdenville Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], US-270 & North Butts, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001386.

Holdenville City Hall, 102 Creek, 9/11/81, A, 81000463.

Turner, John E., House, 401 East 10th, 1/27/83, B,C, 83002090.

Holdenville vicinity:

Moss School Gymnasium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off Jct. of US-270 & US-75, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001388.

Spaulding:

Spaulding School Gymnasium-Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Section Line Highway & 2nd, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001389.

Stuart:

Stuart Hotel, off US-270, 10/7/82, A, 82001496.

Wetumka:

Wetumka Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], St. Louis & Wetumka Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001390.

Wetumka vicinity:

Levering Mission, NE of Wetumka, 5/16/74, A,a, 74001662.

Wetumka Cemetery Pavilion & Fence [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], East of Wetumka, 9/8/88, A,C,d, 88001391.

 

Jackson County (Code 065)

Altus:

Baker, W.C., House, 301 East Commerce, 12/16/05, C, 05001417.

Garnett, Elmer & Lela, House, 801 East Commerce, 6/8/11, C, 11000337.

Jackson County Courthouse & Jail [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 101 West Broadway, 8/23/84, 84003064, Additional Documentation 9/4/08, A,C, 08000901.

Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railroad Passenger Depot, 523 South Main, 9/4/08, A,C, 08000851.

Altus vicinity:

Frazer Cemetery, 2 mi. West of Jackson County Courthouse on US-62 & .5 mi. South on County Road #202, 6/8/11, A,d, 11000336.

Duke:

Perryman Ranch Headquarters, .2 mile East of Jct. of County Roads #N193 & #E159, 4/4/07, A,C,D, 07000260.

Olustee:

Olustee Public Library & Park, South side of 4th between "C" & "D" Streets, 3/8/06, A, 06000116.

Olustee vicinity:

Cross S Ranch Headquarters, 1.3 miles West & .4 mile North of Jct. of County Roads #N199 & #E1750, 3/8/06, A, 06000119.

Fullerton Dam, 7 miles NW of Olustee, 11/7/76, A,C, HAER, 76001562.

 

Jefferson County (Code 067)

Belleville vicinity:

Archaeological Site 34-JF-109, Address Restricted, 12/13/10, D, 10001014.

Courtney vicinity:

San Bernardo (Taovayas Village) (34-JF-1), Address Restricted, 3/10/82, D, 82003685.

Ryan:

Irving Baptist Church,  Route 1 Box 32, 12/3/09, C,a,b, 09000977.

Waurika:

First Presbyterian Church, 124 West Broadway, 3/13/02, C,a, 02000175.

Jefferson County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 220 North Main, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003065.

Rock Island Passenger Station, 105 South Meridian, 3/13/02, A,C, 02000173.

Waurika vicinity

State Highway #79 Bridge at the Red River [Historic Bridges of Texas MPS], SH-79 across the Red River at the Oklahoma-Texas State Line (also in Byers vicinity, Clay County, Texas), 12/20/96, A,C, 96001518.

 

Johnston County (Code 069)

Bromide vicinity:

Wapanucka Academy Site, Address Restricted, 6/13/72, D,a, 72001065.

Emet vicinity:

White House of the Chickasaws, NW of Emet, 8/5/71, A,B,C, 71000662.

Tishomingo:

Chickasaw National Capitols, Capitol Avenue between 8th & 9th, 11/5/71, A,C, 71000663.

Murray, Governor William H. ("Alfalfa Bill"), House, off SH-78, 8/2/84, B, 84003066 (REMOVED 4/14/06).

Poe, Bessie, Hall, Murray State College campus, 9/11/81, A, 81000464.

Tishomingo Armory, 500 East 24th, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000489.

Tishomingo City Hall, West Main, 5/21/75, A, 75001565.

 

Kay County (Code 071)

Blackwell:

Blackwell Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 6th & Doolin, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001366.

Electric Park Pavilion, 300 South Main, 9/29/76, A,C, 76001563.

Huston Elementary School, 304 Vinnedge, 3/4/09, A,C, 09000073.

Larkin Hotel, 201 North Main, 12/18/13, A,C, 13000940.

Northside Elementary School, 720 West Doolin Avenue, 2/23/09, A,C, 09000074.

Parkside Elementary School, 502 East College, 2/23/09, A,C, 09000075.

Washington Elementary School, 723 West College, 3/4/09, 09000076.

Kaw City vicinity:

Kaw City Depot, West of Kaw City on Washungah Drive, 10/3/79, A,C,b, 79001996.

Marland vicinity:

101 Ranch Historic District, 13 miles SW of Ponca City on SH-156, 4/11/73, A,B, NHL 5/15/75, 73001560.

Newkirk:

Kay County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003070.

Newkirk Central Business District, Main & 7th, 2/23/84, A,C, 84003079.

Newkirk Water Purification Plant [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 10th & Elm, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001365.

Newkirk vicinity:

Aupperle, Bennie L., Dairy Barn, 8700 North LA Cann Road, 12/12/12, C, 12001038.

Bryson Archaeological Site (34-KA-5), Address Restricted, 9/20/79, D, 79001997.

Chilocco Indian Agricultural School, US-77 & County Road #E0018, 9/8/06, A,C, 06000792.

Deer Creek Archaeological Site ("Ferdinandino") (34-KA-3), Address Restricted, 10/15/66, D, NHL 4/16/64, 66000630.

Jenkins, Governor William W., Homestead Site, Address Restricted, 10/14/76, D, 76001564.

Sheets House, 1350 West Peckham Road, 9/8/11, C, 11000639.

Tipton, J.P., Farmstead, 3.1 miles East of Newkirk, 2/5/98, A,C, 98000073.

Ponca City:

Blaine Stadium & Fieldhouse [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 5th & Brookfield, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001364.

Darr School of Aeronautics Hanger No. 3, SW of Jct. of Darr Park Drive & Lindsey Road, 9/8/06, A,C, 06000794.

Donahoe, Daniel J., House, 302 South 7th, 3/10/82, B,C, 82003686.

Downtown Ponca City Historic District, roughly bounded by Pine, Chestnut, 7th, & Central Avenue, 3/21/11, A,C,a, 10001010.

Marland, E.W., Mansion, Monument Road, 4/11/73, B, NHL 12/22/77, 73001561.

Marland-Paris House, 1000 East Grand, 9/28/76, B,C, 76001565.

Pioneer Woman Statue, Monument Circle, 8/31/78, A,C,f,g, 78002238.

Poncan Theatre, 104 East Grand Avenue, 11/13/84, C, 84000455.

Santa Fe Depot, railroad right-of-way near Jct. of South 1st & West Oklahoma, 3/12/12, A,C, 12000113.

Soldani Mansion, 819 East Central, 6/25/82, B,C, 82003687.

Wentz Camp, Jct. of L.A. Cann Drive & East Prospect Avenue (South Side), 9/3/10, A,B,C, 10000620.

Ponca City vicinity:

Big V Ranch House [Ranching Properties in Northwestern Oklahoma TR], off SH-156, 8/23/84, A, 84003068.

Tonkawa:

First Presbyterian Church of Tonkawa, 109 South 4th, 9/22/94, C,a, 94001081.

Mahoney House & Garage, 302 North Main Avenue, 7/3/84, C, 84003074.

Tonkawa Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 3rd & North Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001363.

Tonkawa Lodge No. 157 A.F. & A.M., 112 North 7th, 9/6/07, C, 07000910.

Tonkawa vicinity:

Nez Perce Reservation, Address Restricted, 2/15/74, D, 74001663.

Washunga:

Kaw Indian Agency, North of the Arkansas River, 4/11/73, A, 73001562.

White Eagle vicinity:

White Eagle Park, White Eagle Drive, NW of White Eagle, 6/8/07, A,a, 07000522.

 

Kingfisher County (Code 073)

Dover:

Kiel-Dover Farmers Elevator [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of East Chestnut & Railroad Streets, 8/31/00, A,C, 00001043.

Hennessey:

Farmers & Merchants National Bank, 107 South Main, 2/23/84, A, 84003085.

Farmers Co-op Elevator [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], 121 West Kansas, 8/31/00, A,C, 00001042.

Kingfisher:

Burrus Mills Elevator "C" [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of Admire Avenue & 4th, NE corner, 6/2/00, A,C, 00000621.

Kingfisher Armory, 301 North 6th, 4/7/94, A,C, 94000279.

Kingfisher Memorial Hall, 123 West Miles Avenue, 6/8/06, A, 06000487.

Kingfisher Post Office, Main & Robberts, 1/20/78, A, 78002239.

Seay Mansion, 11th & Zellers Avenue, 3/24/71, B,C, 71000664.

Kingfisher vicinity:

Kingfisher College Site, 1 mile East of Kingfisher, 10/22/76, A,a, 76001566.

Okarche:

Dow Grain Company Elevator [Grain Storage & Processing Facilities in Western Oklahoma MPS], 105 East Oklahoma, 8/31/00, A,C, 00001041.

 

Kiowa County (Code 075)

Hobart:

Downtown Hobart Historic District, roughly bounded by Jefferson, 3rd, Washington, 4th, & 200 & 500 Blocks of South Main, 3/10/05, A,C, 05000130.

Hobart City Hall, Main & 3rd Streets, 5/22/78, A, 78002240.

Hobart Public Library, 200 South Main, 10/31/80, A, 80003267.

Hobart Rock Island Depot, 518 South Main, 12/7/95, A,C, 95001418.

Kiowa County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003094.

Lugert vicinity:

Devil's Canyon (34-KI-1), Address Restricted, 6/20/72, D, 72001066.

Mountain Park vicinity:

Camp Radziminski, Address Restricted, 4/13/72, D, 72001067.

Snyder vicinity:

Joyce House, 2.5 miles West of US-183 on County Road #1620-EW, 3/19/12, C, 11000338.

 

Latimer County (Code 077)

Hartshorne:

Cambria School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], NE of Hartshorne, 9/8/88, A,C,a, 88001394.

Higgins vicinity:

Pusley's Station, Address Restricted, 4/13/72, A, 72001068.

Panola:

Panola High School & Gymnasium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-270 South of the Railroad Tracks, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001397.

Red Oak vicinity:

Edwards Store, 8 miles NE of Red Oak, 4/13/72, A, 72001069.

Holloway's Station, approx. 5 miles NE of Red Oak, 4/13/72, A, 72001070.

McLaughlin Archaeological Site (Alford Mound) (34-LT-11), Address Restricted, 6/28/72, D, 72001071.

Talihina vicinity:

Eastern Oklahoma Tuberculosis Sanatorium, 10014 SE 1138th Avenue, 4/6/11, A, 10001008.

Wilburton:

Administration Building (Foster Hall, Community Building), 831 SE 172nd Road, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000626.

Great Western Coal & Coke Company Building [Latimer County Coal Mining TR], 701 East Main, 11/6/80, A, 80003268.

Great Western Coal & Coke Company Mine #3 [Latimer County Coal Mining TR], off US-270, 11/6/80, A, 80003269.

Mitchell Hall [Latimer County Coal Mining TR], Eastern Oklahoma State College campus, 11/6/80, A, 80003270.

Rosenstein Building, 111 East Main, 6/27/80, A,C, 80003271.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church & Rectory [Latimer County Coal Mining TR], 102 Center Point Road, 11/6/80, A,C,a, 80003272.

Wilburton vicinity:

Ash Creek School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off Ash Creek Road, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001392.

Bowers School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-270, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001393.

Colony Park Pavilion [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Veterans Colony, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001395.

Degnan School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], NW of Wilburton off SH-2, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001396.

Riddle's Station Site, Address Restricted, 6/13/72, A,d, 72001072.

Robbers Cave State Park, 7.3 miles North of Jct. of SH-2 & US-270, 8/23/02, A,C, 96000489.

Wister vicinity:

Lake Wister Archaeological District (34-LT-54; 34-LF-5, 34-LF-9, 34-LF-11, 34-LF-26, 34-LF-27, 34-LF-28, 34-LF-29, 34-LF-200, 34-LF-224, 34-LF-225, 34-LF-229, 34-LF-230, 34-LF-231, 34-LF-232, 34-LF-233, 34-LF-245, 34-LF-246), Address Restricted (also in LeFlore County), 8/19/75, D, 75001566.

Yanush vicinity:

Cupco Church, South of Yanush off SH-2, 11/6/80, A,a, 80003273.

 

LeFlore County (Code 079)

Arkoma:

Arkoma School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Arkoma & Blocker Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001398.

Cameron vicinity:

Jenson Tunnel, NE of Cameron off SH-112, 5/13/76, A, HAER, 76001567.

Reynolds, James E., House, East of Cameron off SH-112, 4/13/77, B,C, 77001093.

Williams School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], NW of Cameron, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001408.

Cowlington vicinity:

Overstreet House, NE of Cowlington off US-59, 11/25/80, B,C, 80004285.

Heavener vicinity:

Conser, Peter, House,  47114 Conser Creek Road, 6/21/71, Additional Documentation 3/9/11, A,B,d, 71000665.

Panama vicinity:

Skullyville County Jail, West of Panama, 11/6/80, A, 80004286.

Poteau:

LeFlore County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A, 84003099.

Poteau Community Building [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Hill & Hopkins Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001403.

Poteau School Gymnasium-Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Walter & Parker Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001404.

Terry House (Woodson House), Terry Hill, 6/27/80, C, 80004287.

Poteau vicinity:

Twyman Park [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], West Street, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001402.

Shady Point:

Shady Point School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], NE edge of Shady Point community, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001405.

Trahern's Station, Address Restricted, 4/25/72, A,d, 72001073.

Shady Point vicinity:

Dog Creek School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], SW of Shady Point, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001399.

Spiro vicinity:

Choctaw Agency-Walker Station, 1 mile East of Skullyville, 5/5/72, A, 72001074.

Spiro Mound Group (34-LF-46), Address Restricted, 9/30/69, D, 69000153.

Tucker School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-59, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001407.

Summerfield:

Summerfield School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-271, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001406.

Talihina vicinity:

Old Military Road, 7 miles NE of Talihina in Ouachita National Forest, 10/22/76, A, 76002155.

Wister vicinity:

Lake Wister Archaeological District (34-LF-5, 34-LF-9, 34-LF-11, 34-LF-26, 34-LF-27, 34-LF-28, 34-LF-29, 34-LF-200, 34-LF-224, 34-LF-225, 34-LF-229, 34-LF-230, 34-LF-231, 34-LF-232, 34-LF-233, 34-LF-245, 34-LF-246; 34-LT-54), Address Restricted (also in Latimer County), 8/19/75, D, 75001566.

 

Lincoln County (Code 081)

Agra:

Bank of Agra, 400 Grant Avenue, 2/21/90, A,C, 90000122 (REMOVED 9/6/06).

Chandler:

Boston Store [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 917 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, A, 84003107.

Chandler Armory, Jct. of Mickey Clarkson Avenue & 1st, 3/14/91, A,C, 91000276.

Chandler Baseball Camp, 2000 West Park Road, 10/12/11, A, 11000339.

Chandler Bookstore [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 713 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, A,C, 84003110.

Chandler High School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS], 515 Steele Avenue, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000372.

Clapp-Cunningham Building [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 1021 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, A,C, 84003112.

Conklin House [Territorial Homes of Chandler TR], 206 West 8th, 9/28/84, A,C, 84003116.

Crane Motor Company Building [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 722 Manvel Avenue, 2/23/95, A, 95000036.

First Presbyterian Church of Chandler [Territorial Era Carpenter Gothic Churches TR], 8th & Blaine, 9/28/84, A,C,a, 84003118.

Flynt Building [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 720 Manvel Avenue, 6/5/07, C, 07000516.

Johnson House [Territorial Homes of Chandler TR], 503 Manvel Avenue, 9/28/84, A,C, 84003121.

Mascho Building & Public Privy (Murphy Building) [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 717-719 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, Additional Documentation 7/15/93, A,C, 84003127.

National Guard Statistical Building, 1 Block West of 6th on Park Road, 6/3/99, A, 99000672.

Oleson-Crane Building [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 721 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, A,C, 84003129.

Phillips 66 Station #1423 [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 701 South Manvel, 9/8/11, A,C, 11000640.

St. Cloud Hotel [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 1216 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, Additional Documentation [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS] 2/23/95, A,C, 84003131.

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 812 Blaine Avenue, 6/9/00, C,a, 00000655.

Wolcott Building [Territorial Commercial Buildings of Chandler TR], 725 Manvel Avenue, 4/5/84, A,C, 84003136.

Chandler vicinity:

Midlothian School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS],  2.25 miles West & 4 miles South of Jct. of US-66 & SH-18, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000375.

Seaba's Filling Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 8 miles West of Chandler on US-66, 2/9/95, A, 94001609.

Spring Dell School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS], 5 miles South & .5 mile West of Jct. of US-66 & SH-18, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000376.

Tilghman, Marshall William M., Homestead, 2 miles NW of Chandler off US-66, 1/11/76, B, 76001568.

Davenport:

Davenport Broadway Avenue Brick Street, 1-600 Broadway Avenue, 5/27/04, A, 04000518.

Meeker:

Meeker Town Hall [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS], 115 North Fowler, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000374.

Meeker vicinity:

Crescent School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS],  2.5 miles East & .25 mile North of Jct. of SH-18 & US-62, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000373.

Fairview School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS],  2.25 miles North & .5 mile West of Jct. of US-62 & SH-18, 9/18/97, A,C, 97001149.

St. Paul Baptist Church & Cemetery, 4.25  miles North, 1.5  miles West of Jct. of US-62 & SH-18, 9/13/02, A,a, 02000973.

Prague:

Prague City Hall & Jail, 1116 Jim Thorpe Blvd., 6/26/98, A,C, 98000732.

Z.C.B.J. Lodge #46, South Barta Avenue, 3/8/84, A, 84003138.

Stroud:

Bon Ton House, 404 North 4th Avenue, 9/26/86, C, 86002350.

Carpenter, Joseph, House, 204 West 6th, 9/26/86, C, 86002346.

Graham Hotel, Main & 2nd Avenue, 5/22/79, A, 79001998.

Hadley House, 622 North 4th Avenue, 11/13/84, C, 84000457.

Hadley, Walter, House, 424 West 7th, 9/26/86, C, 86002308.

Hotel Lincoln [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 323 Main, 2/23/95, A, 95000037.

Hughes, George, House, 308 West 5th, 9/26/86, C, 86002370.

Mensch, William Alfred, Building, 218 West Main, 12/28/00, C, 00001576.

Rock Cafe [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 114 West Main, 6/14/01, A,C, 01000661.

Southwestern Bell Telephone Building, 301 West 7th, 5/14/86, C, 86001093.

Stroud, James W., House, 110 East 2nd Avenue, 3/8/84, B,C, 84003134.

Stroud Trading Company Building, Main & 2nd Avenue, 12/27/79, A,C, 79001999.

Stroud vicinity:

Keokuk, Moses, House, 6 miles South of Stroud, 6/19/73, A, 73001563.

Old Stroud School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS], 1 mile East of Jct. of I-44 & SH-99, 9/18/97, A,C, 97001150.

Ozark Trails Section of Route 66 [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS],  Jct. of County Roads #N3540 & #E0890, West to Jct. of County Road #E0890 & the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad Tracks, 12/5/03, A, 03001235.

Warwick:

Warwick School [WPA Resources in Lincoln County MPS], approx. .75 mile East & .25 mile North of Jct. of US-177 & US-66, 4/4/96, A,C, 96000377.

Wellston vicinity:

Captain Creek Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 100 yards West of Jct. of Hickory & SH-66B, 3/3/04, A, 04000134.

 

Logan County (Code 083)

Guthrie:

Carnegie Library, Oklahoma Avenue & Ash, 6/21/71, A, 71000666.

Co-operative Publishing Company Building, Harrison Avenue & 2nd, 3/7/73, A, 73001564.

Guthrie Armory, 720 East Logan, 9/8/94, A,C, 94001083.

Guthrie Historic District, roughly bounded by 14th, College Avenue, Pine Street, & Lincoln Avenue, 6/13/74, A,C, HABS, 74001664.

Guthrie National Historic Landmark District, roughly bounded by Oklahoma Avenue, Broad Street, Harrison Avenue, & the Railroad Tracks, and including 301 West Harrison Avenue, A,C, HABS, NHL 1/20/99, 74001664.

Logan County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 301 East Harrison Avenue, 8/23/84, C, 84003141.

Scottish Rite Temple, 900 East Oklahoma, 4/9/87, A,C, 87000503.

St. Joseph Convent & Academy, off SH-33, 12/19/79, A,C,a, 79002000.

Langston:

Langston University Cottage Row Historic District, SW corner of Langston University, 1/7/99, A,C, 98001593.

Morris House, 221 Tolson Blvd., 9/8/94, A, 94001082.

Marshall:

Debo, Angie, House, 200 Oklahoma Avenue, 4/4/96, B, 96000379.

Methodist Church of Marshall [Territorial Era Carpenter Gothic Churches TR], off SH-74, 9/28/84, A,C,a,b, 84003143.

Mulhall:

Mulhall United Methodist Church, SE corner of Jct. of Bryant & Craig, 6/22/84, A,C,a, 84003145.

Oklahoma State Bank Building, Jct. of Baty & Main, 6/22/84, A,C, 84003146.

 

Love County (Code 085)

Ardmore vicinity:

Lake Murray State Park, 1.9 miles SE of Jct. of US-77 & US-70 (also in Carter County), 10/12/01, A,C, 01001097.

Leon vicinity:

Archaeological Site 34-LV-184, Address Restricted, D, 10001016.

Marietta:

Love County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 100 South 4th, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003148.

Love County Jail & Sheriff's Residence, 408-1/2 West Chickasaw, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000916.

Santa Fe Depot, 101 SW Front, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000913.

Marietta vicinity:

Washington, Bill, Ranchhouse, approx. 4 miles SW of Marietta, 7/27/71, B,C, 71000667.

Rubottom vicinity:

Archaeological Site 34-LV-181, Address Restricted, D, 10001015.

 

McClain County (Code 087)

Purcell:

Hotel Love, 200 West Main, 12/7/95, A, 95001407.

McClain County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003347.

Purcell vicinity:

U.S. Highway #77 Bridge at the Canadian River, US-77 over the Canadian River (also in Lexington vicinity, Cleveland County), 9/2/03, A,C, 03000882.

 

McCurtain County (Code 089)

Bethel vicinity:

Pine Creek Mound Group (34-MC-146), Address Restricted, 1/21/74, D, 74002194.

Broken Bow vicinity:

Tiner School, East of Broken Bow, 11/21/80, A, 80003274.

Eagletown vicinity:

Gardner, Jefferson, House, 3 miles West of Eagletown off US-70, 4/4/75, B,D, 75002068.

Garvin:

Garvin Rock Church, Love & Williams Streets, 6/16/80, C,a, 80003275.

Garvin vicinity:

Waterhole Cemetery,  3.25 miles South of Garvin, 12/11/79, A,B,c,d, 79002001.

Haworth vicinity:

Harris House, 6 miles South of Haworth, 9/1/78, B, 78003082.

Idabel:

Barnes-Stevenson House, 3 SE Adams, 11/17/78, B,C, 78003083.

Frisco Station at Idabel, Texas Avenue at East Main, 5/21/79, A, 79003137.

Idabel Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Washington & SE "F" Avenue, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001409.

Rouleau Hotel, 20 East Main, 9/14/02, A,C, 02000974.

Spaulding-Olive House, 601 SE Adams, 9/28/76, B,C, 79003138.

Idabel vicinity:

Harkey #3 Archaeological Site (34-MC-206), Address Restricted, 12/19/78, D, 78003084.

Millerton vicinity:

Wheelock Academy, East of Millerton on US-70, 10/15/66, A,a, NHL 12/21/65, 66000949.

Wheelock Church, 2 miles NE of Millerton, 11/9/72, B,a,c,d, 72001464.

Valliant:

Valliant School Gymnasium-Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Wilbur & Lucas Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001410.

Wright City vicinity:

Davis, Grobin, Mound Group (34-MC-253), Address Restricted, 11/23/84, Additional Documentation 9/11/12, D, 84002637.

 

McIntosh County (Code 091)

Checotah:

Checotah Business District, Gentry Avenue between West 1st & West Main, & Broadway Avenue between Lafayette & Spaulding Avenues, 9/13/82, A,C, 82003688.

Checotah City Hall, 201 North Broadway, 6/26/98, A, 98000733.

Checotah MKT Depot, Paul Carr Drive, 9/5/91, C,b, 91001371.

Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 419 West Gentry, 11/13/84, C,a, 84000462.

Oklahoma Odd Fellows Home at Checotah, 211 West North, 6/14/01, A,C, 01000660.

Tabor House, 631 West Lafayette, 9/23/96, C, 96000979.

Eufaula:

Cooper, C.L., Building, 5-B & Harrison, 3/22/85, A,B, 85000684.

Eufaula Armory, 48 Memorial Drive, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000481.

Eufaula Business District, between Pine & Grand on Main, 4/14/88, A,a, 88000400.

McIntosh County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 110 North 1st, 3/22/85, A, 85000683.

Eufaula vicinity:

First Soil Conservation District Dedication Site, North of Eufaula, 9/20/82, A,g, 82003689.

Rentiesville vicinity:

Honey Springs Battlefield, North of Rentiesville (also in Muskogee County), 9/29/70, A, 70000848.

Honey Springs Battlefield National Historic Landmark, 1863 Honey Springs Battlefield Road (also in Muskogee County), 2/27/13, A, NHL, 13000280.

Texanna vicinity:

Slippery Moss Shelter (34-MI-84), Address Restricted, 12/15/78, D, 78003085.

Vernon:

Rock Front, The, Broadway Street, 6/22/84, A, 84003152.

Warner vicinity:

Johnson Lake Shelters (34-MI-62, 34-MI-69), Address Restricted, 12/15/78, D, 78003086.

 

Major County (Code 093)

Fairview:

First United Methodist Church, 118 North 7th, 9/3/10, C, 10000624.

Major County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003153.

 

Marshall County (Code 095)

Kingston vicinity:

Bounds, James H., Barn, NW Jct. of Williams Road & SH-70, 12/18/13, C,b, 13000941.

Lebanon:

Haley's Point Archaeological Site (34-MA-15), Address Restricted, 5/24/91, D, 91000613.

Madill:

Marshall County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003154.

United States Post Office Madill [Oklahoma Post Offices with Section Art MPS], 223 West Lillie Blvd., 4/17/09, A,C, 09000216.

Worth Hotel, 203 East Main, 4/12/85, A,C, 85000846.

 

Mayes County (Code 097)

Chouteau:

Farmers & Merchants Bank, 201 West Main, 7/14/83, A,C, 83002091.

Territorial Commercial District of Chouteau, Main Street, 9/22/83, A,C, 83002093.

Langley vicinity:

Pensacola Dam, SH-28 over Grand River, .5 mile East of SH-82 Jct., 9/2/03, C, 03000883.

Mazie vicinity:

Union Mission Site, Address Restricted, 9/10/71, A,a, 71000668.

Pensacola vicinity:

Cabin Creek Battlefield, 3 miles North of Pensacola, 7/27/71, A, 71000669.

Salina:

Lewis Ross-Cherokee Orphan Asylum Springhouse, off SH-20, 8/18/83, A,B,C, 83002092.

 

Murray County (Code 099)

Davis:

Davis Santa Fe Depot, 12 Main Street, 12/29/94, A,C, 94001507.

Davis vicinity:

Initial Point, approx. 7.5 miles West of Davis (also in Garvin County), 10/6/70, A, 70000533.

Sulphur:

Historic Downtown Sulphur Commercial District, West Muskogee Street from West 1st to West 5th, & part of West 5th, 6/14/01, A,C, 01000662.

Murray County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Wyandotte Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003352.

Sulphur Armory, 500 West Wynnewood Avenue, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000487.

Sulphur vicinity:

Lowrance Springs Archaeological Site (34-MR-10), Address Restricted, 3/10/75, Additional Documentation 12/2/09, D, 75001567.

Platt National Park Historic District [Historic Park Landscapes in National & State Parks MPS], Chickasaw National Recreation Area, SH-7 at SH-177, 7/7/11, A,C, NHL, 11000628.

Travertine Nature Center, East of SH-177, 1/25/11, A,C,g, 10001180.

 

Muskogee County (Code 101)

Fort Gibson:

Administration Building-Post Hospital [Fort Gibson Post-Civil War Military Buildings TR], 803 Garrison Avenue, 11/14/85, A, 85002828.

Commandant's Quarters [Fort Gibson Post-Civil War Military Buildings TR], 905 Coppinger Avenue, 11/14/85, A, 85002830.

Dragoon Commandant's Quarters, 409 Creek Street, 3/13/80, A,C, 80003276.

Fort Gibson Historic District, Lee & Ash Streets, 10/15/66, A, HABS, NHL 12/19/60, 66000631.

Fort Gibson National Cemetery [Civil War Era National Cemeteries MPS], 1423 Cemetery Road, 5/20/99, Additional Documentation 1/10/01, A,d, 99000601.

Nash-Swindler House, Maple at Jackson, 7/13/79, B,C, 79003640.

Officer's Quarters [Fort Gibson Post-Civil War Military Buildings TR], 907 Coppinger Avenue, 11/14/85, A, 85002826.

Post Adjutant's Office [Fort Gibson Post-Civil War Military Buildings TR], 905 Garrison Avenue, 11/14/85, A, 85002827.

Post Blacksmith Shop [Fort Gibson Post-Civil War Buildings TR], 905 Garrison Avenue, 11/14/85, A, 85002829.

Seawell-Ross-Isom House, Beauregard & Elm Streets, 1/30/78, C, 78002241.

Fort Gibson vicinity:

Cherokee National Cemetery, 1.5 miles East of town of Fort Gibson, 3/19/79, B,c,d, 79002002.

Haskell vicinity:

Nancy Taylor #1 Oil Well Site, Haskell Lake Road, West of US-64, 11/15/89, A,B, 89001962.

Muskogee:

Central Baptist Church [Black Protestant Churches of Muskogee TR], 515 North 4th, 9/25/84, A,a, 84003157.

Coss, V.R., House [Territorial Homes of Muskogee TR], 1315 West Okmulgee, 5/2/84, A,C, 84003159.

Escoe Building, 228-230 North 2nd, 7/14/83, A,C, 83002094.

First Baptist Church [Black Protestant Churches of Muskogee TR], 6th & Denison, 9/25/84, A,a, 84003164.

First Methodist Episcopal Church, 518 East Houston, 3/11/14, C,a, 14000052.

Fite, F.B., Home & Servant's Quarters, 443 North 16th, 10/6/83, B,C, 83004198.

Foreman, Grant, House, 1419 West Okmulgee, 9/19/73, B,g, 73001565.

Kendall Place Historic District, roughly bounded by West Okmulgee Street, South 11th, Elgin, alley North of Columbus, South 14th, & South 16th, 12/16/05, A,C, 05001418.

Manhattan Building [Pre-Depression Muskogee Skyscrapers TR], 325 West Broadway, 8/11/83, A,C, 83002095.

Manual Training High School for Negroes, 704 Altamont, 6/22/84, A, 84003168.

Masonic Temple, 121 South 6th, 3/11/14, A,C, 14000053.

Murphy, George A., Home [Territorial Homes of Muskogee TR], 1321 West Okmulgee, 5/2/84, A,B,C, 84003170.

Muskogee County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 216 State, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003173.

Muskogee Depot & Freight District, roughly bounded by Columbus Avenue, South Main, Elgin Avenue, & South 5th, 12/6/06, A,C, 06001114.

Muskogee Municipal Building, 229-231 West Okmulgee Avenue, 12/18/13, A, 13000942.

Patterson, A.W., Home [Territorial Homes of Muskogee TR], 1320 West Okmulgee, 5/2/84, A,B,C, 84003322.

Pre-Statehood Commercial District, Main, Broadway, Okmulgee, & 2nd, 10/6/83, A, 83004210.

Railway Exchange Building [Pre-Depression Muskogee Skyscrapers TR], 2nd & Court, 8/11/83, A,C, 83002096.

Robb, Andrew W., House, 1321 Boston, 5/11/82, B,C, 82003690.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 502 North 9th, 12/18/13, A,C,a, 13000943.

Severs Hotel, 200 North State, 9/12/82, C, 82003691.

Surety Building [Pre-Depression Muskogee Skyscrapers TR], 117 North 3rd, 9/4/86, A,C, 86002156.

Trumbo, A.C., Home [Territorial Homes of Muskogee TR], 1321 West Broadway, 5/2/84, A,B,C, 84003334.

Union Agency, Agency Hill in Honor Heights Park, 10/6/70, A, 70000535.

United States Post Office & Courthouse, 111 North 5th, 3/24/00, A,C, 00000246.

Ward Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church [Black Protestant Churches of Muskogee TR], 319 North 9th, 9/25/84, A,a, 84003338.

Welch, J.C., Home [Territorial Homes of Muskogee TR], 1403 West Okmulgee, 5/2/84, A,C, 84003343.

Muskogee vicinity:

Fort Davis, Address Restricted, 11/23/71, A, 71000670.

Oktaha:

Oktaha School, off US-69, 8/24/78, A, 78002242.

Rentiesville vicinity:

Honey Springs Battlefield, North of Rentiesville (also in McIntosh County), 9/29/70, A, 70000848.

Honey Springs Battlefield National Historic Landmark, 1863 Honey Springs Battlefield Road (also in McIntosh County), 2/27/13, A, NHL, 13000280.

Summit:

DuBois, W.E.B., School [Educational Resources of All-Black Towns in Oklahoma TR], off US-69, 9/28/84, A, 84003161.

St. Thomas Primitive Baptist Church, 5th Street North of Jct. with Chimney Mountain Road, 3/3/04, A,a, 04000123.

Taft:

Taft City Hall [Historic Local Government Buildings in Oklahoma's All-Black Towns TR], Elm & Seminole Streets, 9/28/84, A, 84003330.

Warner vicinity:

Sheltered Shelter District (34-MS-111, 34-MS-120), Address Restricted, 12/15/78, D, 78002243.

 

Noble County (Code 103)

Billings:

Renfrow Building [Renfrow, T.F., Historic Properties TR], 127 West Main, 9/28/84, B,C, 84003365.

Renfrow House [Renfrow, T.F., Historic Properties TR], Jct. of Graves & Broadway Streets, SW corner, 9/28/84, B,C, 84003373.

Morrison:

Morrison Baptist Church [Territorial Era Carpenter Gothic Churches TR], 202 3rd Street, 9/28/84, A,C,a, 84003357.

Morrison vicinity:

Morrison Suspension Bridge, East of Morrison off US-64, 5/23/80, C, 80003277.

Sumner School, County Road #N3300, 2 miles North of US-64, 4/26/96, A,C, 96000492.

Perry:

First National Bank & Trust Company Building, 300 6th Street, 5/16/79, C, 79002003.

Noble County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003361.

Perry Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Delaware & 14th, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001362.

Perry Courthouse Square Historic District, roughly bounded by Birch, Elm, 6th, & 7th, 9/2/03, A,C, 03000881.

Perry Lake Park, 1520 South 4th, 6/1/07, A,C, 07000523.

Wolleson-Nicewander Building, 615 Delaware, 5/16/79, A,C, 79002004.

Ponca City vicinity:

Rein School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off US-177, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001361.

 

Nowata County (Code 105)

Delaware vicinity:

Cemetery Patent 110, County Road #412, 3.25 miles North of US-60 Jct., 9/9/01, A,d, 01000951.

Nowata:

Nowata County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 229 North Maple, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003375.

United States Post Office Nowata [Oklahoma Post Offices with Section Art MPS], 109 North Pine, 4/17/09, A,C, 09000217.

Nowata vicinity:

Diamond Point Dependent District #44 School, Jct. of County Roads #409 & #24.5, 9/23/96, A,C, 96000977.

Moore Ranch, 6 mi. West of Nowata on N4070 Road, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000617.

South Coffeyville vicinity:

Opossum Creek Bridge, carries County Road #NS-413 over Opossum Creek, 3/4/09, C, 09000077.

 

Okfuskee County (Code 107)

Boley:

Boley Historic District, roughly bounded by Seward Avenue, Walnut, Cedar, & the Southern City Limits, 5/15/75, A,a, NHL 5/15/75, 75001568.

Okemah:

Guthrie, Woody, House, 301 South 1st, 12/4/75, B, 75001569 (REMOVED 4/14/06).

Okemah Armory, 405 North 6th, 6/26/98, A,C, 98000734.

Okfuskee County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 3rd at West Atlanta, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003377.

Weleetka:

Weleetka Town Hall & Jail, Jct. of SH-75 & Seminole Street, 3/25/93, A, 93000156.

 

Oklahoma County (Code 109)

Arcadia:

Arcadia Round Barn, Jct. of Division & SH-66, 12/23/77, B,C, 77001094.

Tuton's Drugstore, 1st & Main Streets, 3/3/80, B,C, 80003278.

Arcadia vicinity:

Arcadia Route 66 Roadbed [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Extends South/SE from Jct. of SH-66 & Hiwassee Road, 11/30/99, A,C, 99001424.

Edmond:

American Legion Hut, Jct. of 5th & Littler, SW corner, 12/2/93, A,C, 93001336.

Cartmill Farm House, 21751 North MacArthur Blvd., 9/6/06, A,C, 06000795.

Citizens' State Bank of Edmond, 102 South Broadway, 3/13/80, A,C, 80003279.

Edmond Armory, 431 South Blvd., 3/14/91, A,C, 91000275.

Gower Cemetery, Covel Road between Douglas & Post, 12/27/91, A,d, 91001895.

Hopewell Baptist Church [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 5801 NW 178th, 9/14/02, C,a, 02001018.

Kivlehen House, 525 North Jackson, 12/4/08, C, 08001150.

Old North Tower, 400 East Hurd, University of Central Oklahoma campus, 6/21/71, A, 71000671.

The "Y" Chapel of Song, 100 North University, University of Central Oklahoma campus, 6/14/01, C,a, 01000657.

Jones:

Jones, Charles G., Farmstead, 12061 NE 108th, 6/14/01, B, 01000658.

Jones vicinity:

"Ringing the Wild Horse" Site, NW of Jones, 1/25/71, B, 71001081.

Luther:

Engels' Dry Goods Store, 114 South Main, 3/3/80, A,B, 80003280.

Luther vicinity:

Booher Archaeological Site (34-OK-48), Address Restricted, 2/14/79, D, 79003641.

Threatt Filling Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of US-66 & Pottawatomie Road, SW corner, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000038.

Midwest City vicinity:

Quillin Archaeological Site (34-OK-11), Address Restricted, 2/14/79, D, 79002005.

Nichols Hills:

Buttram, Frank & Merle, House & Grounds, 7316 Nichols Road, 9/11/90, C, 90001367.

Oklahoma City:

Automobile Alley Historic District, roughly along Broadway from NW 4th to West Park Place, & roughly along NW 10th, 3/18/99, Additional Documentation 9/23/99, A,C, 99000351.

Avery Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 15 East California Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002097.

Bourne Dairy, 5801 North Martin Luther King Blvd. (formerly 5801 North Eastern), 10/3/79, A, 79003642.

Braniff Building, 324 North Robinson, 2/28/80, B,C, 80003281.

Cain's Coffee Building, 1 NW 12th, 2/4/82, A, 82004854.

Calvary Baptist Church, 300 North Walnut Avenue, 12/19/78, A,B,C,a,g, 78002244.

Capitol-Lincoln Terrace Historic District, irregular pattern roughly bounded by NE 13th, NE 23rd, Lincoln Blvd., & Kelley Avenue, 9/30/76, A,B,C,g, 76001569.

Carey Place Historic District, 1800-2100 Blocks Carey Place, 10/1/98, C, 98001224.

Case, J.I., Plow Works Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 2 East California Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002098.

Central High School, 817 North Robinson, 11/7/76, A,C, 76001570.

Citizens Bank Tower, 2200 North Classen Blvd., 3/8/10, C,g, 09000978.

Citizens State Bank, 1112 NW 23rd, 9/4/03, C, 03000875.

Colcord Building, 15 North Robinson, 11/7/76, C, 76001571.

Cotton-Exchange Building, 218 North Harvey, 3/18/80, A,C, 80003282.

Crown Heights Historic District, roughly bounded by NW 36th, North Western Avenue, NW 43rd, & North Walker Avenue, 12/28/95, A,C, 95001467.

Douglas DC-3 Airplane N-34, 6500 South MacArthur Blvd., Hangar #10, 5/29/97, A,C, 97000443.

Douglass High School, (Old), 600 North High Avenue, 4/4/07, A, 07000259.

Edgemere Park Historic District, roughly bounded by Robinson, Walker Avenue, NW 30th, & NW 36th, 11/12/80, B,C,g, 80003283.

Edwards Heights Historic District, roughly bounded by NE 16th, North Page Avenue, NE Success, & North Bryant Avenue, extended on NE Grand Blvd., 9/7/05, A,C, 05001003.

Edwards Historic District, roughly bounded by North Page Avenue, NE 16th, NE Grand Blvd., & East Park Place, 10/3/96, A,B, 96001028.

Edwards, Walter J. & Frances W., House, 1621 NE Grand Blvd., 9/8/94, A,B, 94001084.

Elks Lodge Building, 401 North Harvey, 3/10/80, B,C, 80003284.

Elks Victory Lodge-Ruby's Grill Building, 322 NE 2nd, 1/11/96, A,B, 95001498.

Fairchild Winery, 1600 NE 81st, 3/13/75, B, 75001570.

Farmers Public Market, 311 South Klein, 12/2/82, A,C, 82001497.

Fidelity National Building, 200 North Harvey Avenue, 3/6/08, C, 08000151.

Film Exchange Historic District, Jct. of West Sheridan Avenue & Lee Avenue, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000908.

First Christian Church, 1104 North Robinson, 3/8/84, Additional Documentation 7/2/98, C,a, 84003383.

First Christian Church Historic District, 3700 North Walker Avenue, 3/14/11, C,a, 11000081.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1200 North Robinson Avenue, 9/9/01, C, 01000949.

Gatewood East Historic District, NW 16th to North of NW 22nd, North Classen Blvd. to North Blackwelder Avenue & North Florida Avenue, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000126.

Gatewood West Historic District, NW 16th to NW 23rd, North Blackwelder Avenue & North Florida Avenue to North Pennsylvania Avenue, 3/3/04, C, 04000125.

Goodholm House, 3101 General Pershing Blvd., 3/30/83, C, 83002099.

Hales, W.T., House, 1521 North Hudson Avenue, 3/29/78, B,C,a, 78002245.

Harbour-Longmire Building, 420 West Main, 3/3/80, B,C, 80003285.

Harding Junior High School, 3333 North Shartel Avenue, 3/13/02, C, 02000172.

Harn House, 313 NE 16th, 4/13/73, B, 73001566.

Haywood Building, 307 NE 2nd, 1/11/96, B, 95001499.

Heierding Building, 35 Harrison Avenue, 3/10/82, B,g, 82003692.

Heritage Hills Historic & Architectural District, roughly bounded by Robinson, Walker Avenue, 14th, 15th, 21st, & Classen Blvd., 6/4/79, A,B,C,g, 79002006.

Hightower Building, 105 North Hudson, 3/13/02, C, 02000176.

India Temple Shrine Building (Law Journal Record Building), 621 North Robinson, 3/26/80, A,C, 80003286.

Jefferson Park Historic District, roughly bounded by NW 23rd, North Walker Avenue, NW 30th, & I-235, 12/14/95, A,C, 95001466.

Jewel Theater, 904 NE 4th, 9/3/09, A, 09000686.

Kaiser's Ice Cream Parlour, 1039 North Walker Avenue, 11/28/78, A,B, 78002246.

Kingman-Moore Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 100 East California Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002100.

Lake Overholser Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], North Overholser Drive, .5 mile West of North Council Road, 3/2/04, A,C, 04000133.

Lake Overholser Dam, NW 16th & East Lake Overholser Drive, 6/5/07, A, 07000518.

Lincoln Terrace East Historic District, roughly bounded by Kelley Avenue, NE 16th, Phillips Avenue, NE 14th, Lindsay Avenue, Culbertson Drive, Phillips Avenue, & NE 21st, 3/3/04, C, 04000124.

Littlepage Building, 219 North Central Avenue, 1/11/96, A, 95001500.

Luster, Melvin F., House, 300 NE 3rd, 6/7/83, B, 83002101.

Mager Mortgage Company Building, 231 NW 10th, 6/14/13, C, 13000392.

Magnolia Petroleum Building, 722 North Broadway, 10/4/79, A,C, 79002007.

Main Public Library, 131 Dean McGee Avenue, 12/13/10, A,C, 10001009.

Maney Historic District, 725 NW 11th, 1200 & 1224 North Shartel Avenue, 7/18/79, B,C,b, 79002008.

Mayfair, The [Midtown Brick Box Apartments 1910-1935, Oklahoma City MPS], 1315 North Broadway Place, 9/12/12, A, 12000786.

Merchants Transfer & Storage [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 19 East California, 4/2/99, A,C, 83004655.

Mesta Park District, roughly bounded by NW 16th, NW 23rd, Western & Walker Avenues, 7/26/83, C, 83002102.

Mid-Continent Life Building, 1400 Classen Drive, 3/12/79, B,C, 79002009.

Mideke Supply Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 100 East Main, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002103.

Milk Bottle Grocery, 2426 North Classen Blvd., 3/5/98, C, 98000199.

Miller-Jackson Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 121 East California, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002104.

Montgomery Ward Building, 500 West Main, 3/13/80, A,C, 80003287 (REMOVED 3/8/05).

Norton-Johnson Buick Company, 117-125 NW 13th, 6/22/98, C, 98000668.

Oklahoma City Discovery Well Site (ITIO & Foster Petroleum Company #1), SE 57th & ITIO Blvd., 12/9/77, A,g, 77001095.

Oklahoma City Municipal Building, 200 North Walker Avenue, 6/5/07, A,C, 07000521.

Oklahoma City National Memorial, 620 North Harvey, 10/9/97, 01000278.

Oklahoma City University, 2501 North Blackwelder Avenue, 12/19/78, A,a, 78002247.

Oklahoma County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 321 Park Avenue, 3/5/92, C, 92000126.

Oklahoma County Home for Girls, 6300 North Western Avenue, 3/21/78, A, 78002248.

Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company Building, 321 North Harvey Avenue, 4/9/80, A,C,g, 80003288.

Oklahoma Hardware Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 27 East California Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002105.

Oklahoma Historical Society Building (Wiley Post Historical Building), 2100 North Lincoln Blvd., 2/21/90, A,C, 90000124.

Oklahoma Publishing Company Building, 500 North Broadway, 9/18/78, B,C, 78002249.

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 North Lincoln Blvd., 10/8/76, A, 76001572.

Osler Building, 1200 North Walker Avenue, 6/15/12, A,C, 12000347.

Overholser House, 405 NW 15th, 6/22/70, Additional Documentation 2/24/10, A,B,C, 70000536.

Paseo Neighborhood Historic District, roughly bounded by NW 30th, North Western Avenue, NW 24th,  & North Walker Avenue, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000517.

Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1433 Classen Drive, 2/23/84, C,a, 84003389.

Pioneer Building, 401 North Broadway, 3/3/80, A,C, 80003289.

Plaza Court, 1100 Classen Drive, 9/8/80, B,C, 80003290.

Pollock, Donald, House [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 2400 NW 59th, 12/13/01, C,g, 01001356.

Post Office, Courthouse & Federal Office Building, 215 Dean A. McGee Avenue, 8/30/74, C,g, 74001665.

Putnam Heights Historic Preservation District, Georgia Blvd., McKinley Blvd., 35th, 37th, & 38th, 6/2/82, A,B,C,g, 82003693.

Rock Island Plow Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 29 East Reno Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002106.

Shepherd Historic District, roughly bounded by NW 30th, NW 25th, North Pennsylvania Avenue, & North Youngs Blvd., 6/20/97, C, 97000612.

Sherman Machine & Iron Works Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 26 East Main, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002107.

Sieber Grocery & Apartment Hotel, 1305-1313 North Hudson Avenue, 9/7/05, A, 05001001.

Sinopoulo, John, House (Sundial), 4000 North Kelley, 11/28/78, B,C, 78002251.

Skirvin Hotel, 1 Park Avenue, 10/10/79, B,C, 79002010.

Smith & Kernke Funeral Directors, 1401 NW 23rd, 6/3/99, C, 99000671.

Snyder's Super Service Station, 1325 North Broadway, 3/26/80, C,g, 80003291 (REMOVED 1/25/01).

Spanish Village (The Paseo), 2909-3024 Paseo, 2/24/83, A,C,g, 83002108.

St. Joseph's Cathedral, 225 NW 4th, 1/30/78, A,C,a, 78002253.

St. Paul's Cathedral, 127 NW 7th, 4/11/77, A,C,a, 77001096.

Stanford Furniture Company Building [Red Brick Warehouses of Oklahoma City TR], 1 East Sheridan Avenue, 8/12/83, A,C, 83002109.

Stockyards City Historic District, irregular pattern along Agnew & Exchange Avenues, 8/24/79, A, 79003643.

Taft Junior High School, 2901 NW 23rd, 6/5/07, C, 07000515.

Tradesman's National Bank Building, 101 North Broadway, 11/5/80, C, 80003292.

Union Depot, 300 SW 7th, 5/16/78, A,C,g, 78002254.

United Founders Life Tower, 5900 Mosteller Drive, 3/13/13, C,g, 13000076.

Walcourt Building, 1401 North Walnut Avenue, 3/19/82, C, 82003694.

Weather Service Building, 1923 Classen Blvd., 7/12/78, A,B, 78002255.

Wells Fargo & Company Livery Stable, 115 East Reno Avenue, 7/9/82, A, 82003695.

Wesley Hospital, 300 NW 12th, 9/9/13, A,.13000706.

Will Rogers Park Gardens & Arboretum, 3400-3500 NW 36th, 9/7/05, A,C, 05001000.

Oklahoma City vicinity:

Point #8 Archaeological Site (34-OK-76), Address Restricted, 9/6/78, D, 78002250.

Spencer #2 Archaeological Site (34-OK-77), Address Restricted, 11/27/78, D, 78002252.

Spencer vicinity:

Nagle Archaeological Site (34-OK-4), Address Restricted, 2/14/79, D, 79002011.

 

Okmulgee County (Code 111)

Beggs vicinity:

Isparhecher House & Grave, approx. 4 miles West of Beggs off SH-16, 7/12/76, B,c, 76001573.

Henryetta:

Henry, Hugh, Home, 1005 North 3rd, 8/18/83, B,C, 83002110.

Nichols Park, 1.9 mi. South of Jct. of Lake Road & Main, 12/6/06, A,C, 06001115.

Henryetta vicinity:

Wilson School, NW of Henryetta, 1/28/81, A, 81000465.

Okmulgee:

Creek National Capitol, 6th & Grand Avenue, 10/15/66, A, NHL 7/4/61, 66000632.

Eastside Baptist Church [Black Baptist Churches in Okmulgee TR], 219 North Osage Avenue, 11/23/84, A,a, 84000306.

First Baptist Central Church [Black Baptist Churches in Okmulgee TR], 521 North Central Avenue, 11/23/84, A,a, 84000307.

Harmon Athletic Field, North of Jct. of 12th & Creek Avenue, 1/25/99, A,C, 98001588.

Okmulgee Armory, Jct. of 2nd & Alabama, 1/25/99, A,C, 98001589.

Okmulgee Colored Hospital, 320 North Wood Drive, 6/22/84, Additional Documentation 12/12/07, A, 84003387.

Okmulgee County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 300 West 7th, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003390.

Okmulgee Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by 4th, Frisco Avenue, 8th, & Okmulgee Avenue, 12/17/92, A,C, 92001693.

Okmulgee Public Library, 218 South Okmulgee Avenue, 7/28/83, A,C, 83002111.

Okmulgee Stock Pavilion, Jct. of Lagonda & Okmulgee Avenue, 1/25/99, A,C, 98001590.

Severs Block, 101 East 6th, 3/22/91, A, 91000311.

St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 515 South Morton, 7/14/83, C, 83002112.

Okmulgee vicinity:

Lake Okmulgee Dam Spillway Cascade, 10 miles West of US-62 on SH-56, 1/25/99, A,C, 98001591.

Nuyaka Mission, 9 miles West of Okmulgee, 4/13/72, A,a, 72001075.

 

Osage County (Code 113)

Avant vicinity:

Wolverine Oil Company Drayage Barn [Energy-Related Properties in Northeastern Oklahoma MPS], 3.5 miles North of Avant on SH-11, 3/4/98, A, 97001152.

Barnsdall:

Bank of Bigheart [Richardsonian Romanesque Banks of Osage County TR], 308 West Main, 11/23/84, A,C, 84000311.

Barnsdall Main Street Well Site [Energy-Related Properties in Northeastern Oklahoma MPS], West of Jct. of SH-11 & Main, 10/1/97, A, 97001153.

Barnsdall vicinity:

Woolaroc Ranch Historic District, 8 mi. E. of Jct. of SH-11 & SH-123, 12/5/08, B,C, 08001151.

Burbank:

Bank of Burbank [Richardsonian Romanesque Banks of Osage County TR], McCorkle & 1st, 11/23/84, A,C, 84000314.

Fairfax:

Chief Ne-Kah-Wah-She-Tun-Kah Grave & Statue, off SH-18, 5/22/79, A,B,c,f,g, 79002012.

First National Bank & Masonic Lodge, 301 North Main, 6/22/84, A,C, 84003393.

Lincoln Colored School, 171 NE Walnut, 12/5/03, A, 03001238.

Osage Bank of Fairfax [Richardsonian Romanesque Banks of Osage County TR], 250 North Main, 11/23/84, A,C, 84000315.

Hominy:

Bank of Hominy [Richardsonian Romanesque Banks of Osage County TR], 102 West Main, 11/23/84, A,C, 84000316.

Drummond, Fred & Adeline, House, 305 North Price Avenue, 4/16/81, Additional Documentation 3/12/12, C, 81000466.

Hominy Armory, 201 North Regan, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000482.

Hominy Osage Round House, Round House Square in Indian Village, 5/16/79, A,C, 79002013.

Hominy School, 200 Block of South Pettit, 8/12/88, A, 88001183.

Marland Filling Station, 102 South Wood, 9/14/02, A,C, 02000970.

Pawhuska:

Blacksmith's House, 210 West Main, 5/7/79, A, 79002014.

City Hall (Osage Council House), Main & Grandview Avenue, 1/1/76, A, 76001574.

Immaculate Conception Church, 1314 Lynn Avenue, 5/21/79, A,C,a, 79002015.

Osage Agency, Agency Hill, 5/17/74, A,b, 74001666.

Osage County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 535 Grandview Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003395.

Pawhuska Armory, 823 East 8th, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000485.

Pawhuska Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Grandview Avenue, East 8th, Leahy Avenue, & East 5th, 11/26/86, A,C, 86002355.

Pawhuska vicinity:

Chapman-Barnard Ranch Headquarters, 1511 City Route 4201, 3/2/01, A,B, 01000208.

 

Ottawa County (Code 115)

Afton:

Cities Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of 1st & Central Avenue, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000039.

Afton vicinity:

Horse Creek Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of US-66 & Horse Creek, 2/23/95, A, 95000040.

Miami:

Coleman, George L., Sr., House, 1001 Rockdale, 5/9/83, B,C, 83002113.

Coleman Theater, 103 North Main, 5/19/83, A,C, 83002114.

Commerce Building-Hancock Building, 103 East Central, 5/9/83, A, 83002115.

Dobson Family House, 106 A Street SW, 6/8/11, B, 11000340.

Miami Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by 100 block of North Main, 000 block of South Main, 000 block of Central Avenue, & 000 block of SE "A" Street, 5/29/09, A,C, 09000357.

Miami Marathon Oil Company Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 331 South Main, 2/23/95, A,C, 95000041.

Ottawa County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 102 East Central, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000122.

Riviera Courts-Holiday Motel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1 mile West of Main on US-69A, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000524.

Miami vicinity:

Miami Original Nine-Foot Section of Route 66 Roadbed [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], from Jct. of "E" SW & 130th to US-66, 2/9/95, A, 94001610.

Modoc Mission Church & Cemetery, SE of Miami, 2/15/80, A,a,b,d, 80003293.

Narcissa D-X Gas Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 15050 South SH-69, 12/5/03, A, 03001240.

Peoria Indian School [Confederated Peoria Indian TR], East of Miami, 3/21/83, A, 83002116.

Peoria Tribal Cemetery [Confederated Peoria Indian TR], East of Miami, 3/21/83, A,B, 83002117.

Picher:

Tri-State Zinc & Lead Ore Producers Association Office, 508 North Connell Avenue, 3/7/03, A, 03000097.

Quapaw vicinity:

McNaughton, John Patrick, Barn, 1.5 miles North of SH-10 on SH-137, 12/27/91, C, 91001903.

 

Pawnee County (Code 117)

Blackburn:

Blackburn Methodist Church [Territorial Era Carpenter Gothic Churches TR], "D" Street & 4th Avenue, 9/28/84, A,C,a, 84003398.

Cleveland:

Mullendore Mansion, 910 North Phillips, 6/22/84, B,C, 84003402.

Maramec:

First State Bank of Maramec, Jct. of 2nd Avenue & Hickory, 6/5/07, A, 07000514.

Pawnee:

Arkansas Valley National Bank, 547 6th, 11/17/78, A,C, 78002256.

Corliss Steam Engine, Pawnee Fairgrounds, 5/7/79, A, 79002016.

Pawnee Agency & Boarding School Historic District, Pawnee Tribal Reserve, roughly bounded by Morris Road, following Harrison Street & Agency Road, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001577.

Pawnee Armory, Jct. of 1st & Cleveland, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000486.

Pawnee County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003406.

Pawnee Indian Agency, East edge of Pawnee, 4/11/73, A, 73001567.

Pawnee vicinity:

Blue Hawk Peak Ranch, West of Pawnee on US-64, 10/10/75, B, 75001571.

Blue Hawk Peak Ranch (Boundary Increase), 1141 Pawnee Bill Road (in Pawnee & Pawnee vicinity), 7/18/14, A,B,C, 14000428.

Pawnee Municipal Swimming Pool & Bathhouse, 1.1 miles North & .35 mile East of Jct. of SH-18 & US-64, 9/2/03, A,C, 03000873.

Ralston:

Ralston Opera House, 501-503 Main, 7/28/87, A, 87001257.

 

Payne County (Code 119)

Cushing:

Bassett House, The, 1100 East 9th Place, 12/3/09, C, 09000979.

Berry, Luke D., House, 621 East Broadway, 12/11/07, C, 07001262.

Cushing American Legion Building, 212 South Noble, 6/6/03, A,C, 03000514.

Cushing Armory, 218 South Little Avenue, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000480.

Gillespie Drilling Company Building, 317 West Broadway, 12/12/12, C, 12001039.

Usher, Christian K., Lustron House [Lustron Houses of Oklahoma MPS], 1135 East Moses, 2/23/09, C, 09000079.

Ingalls vicinity:

Irving's Castle, 2.5 miles South of Ingalls, 2/17/78, A, 78002257.

Perkins:

Perkins Downtown Historic District, 100 Block of Main, bounded by Stumbo & Thomas Streets, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001578.

Perkins vicinity:

White Cloud Lodge, 820 East 146th, 9/3/10, C,g, 10000619.

Ripley vicinity:

Hopkins Sandstone House & Farmstead, NE of Ripley, 5/7/79, D, 79002017.

Stillwater:

Berry, James E., House, 502 South Duck, 11/21/80, B,C,g, 80003294.

Campus Fire Station, 600 West University Avenue, 12/7/04, A, 04001336.

Citizens Bank Building, 107 East 9th, 2/24/81, A,C, 81000467.

Cross, Hamilton, Farmhouse, 1509 West 9th, 6/9/14, C, 14000298.

Frick, William, House, 1016 South West, 9/8/80, C, 80004292.

Hoke Building [Commercial Buildings in Stillwater TR], 121 West 7th Avenue, 9/12/83, A, 83002118.

Magruder Plots of Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma State University campus, 8/29/79, A,b, 79002018.

Murphy House, 419 South Monroe, 9/18/86, C, 86002173.

Oklahoma A&M College Agronomy Barn & Seed House, 2902 West 6th, Building #610, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000519.

Old Central, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma State University campus, 7/27/71, A, 71000672.

Payne County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 606 South Husband, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003410.

Pleasant Valley School, 1901 South Sangre Road, 1/25/91, Additional Documentation 2/22/02, A, 90002182.

Reifsnyder, Josephine, Lustron House [Lustron Houses of Oklahoma MPS], 2119 Sherwood, 2/23/09, C, 09000078.

Selph Building [Commercial Buildings in Stillwater TR], 119 West 7th Avenue, 9/12/83, A, 83002119.

Stillwater Santa Fe Depot, 400 East 10th, 3/3/80, A, 80004293.

Walker Building [Commercial Buildings in Stillwater TR], 117 West 7th Avenue, 9/12/83, A, 83002120.

Stillwater vicinity:

Cottonwood Community Center, NW of Stillwater, 3/13/80, A,C,b, 80004291.

Yale:

Thorpe, Jim, House, 706 East Boston, 3/24/71, B, 71000673.

 

Pittsburg County (Code 121)

Blanco vicinity:

Rock Creek Bridge, carries County Road #NS-409.7 over Rock Creek, 9/4/08, A, 08000853.

Blocker vicinity:

Tipton Ridge School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], North of Blocker, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001417.

Canadian:

Canadian Jail & Livery Stable, off SH-113, 11/6/80, A, 80003295.

Hartshorne vicinity:

Cole Chapel School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], North of Hartshorne, 9/8/88, A,C,a, 88001411.

New State School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], South of Hartshorne near North Fork Elm Creek, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001414.

Indianola:

Choate Cabin, 2nd & Walnut, 10/3/79, B,C,b, 79002019.

Krebs:

Hokey's Drugstore, Jct. of Main & Washington, 12/6/79, A, 79002020.

St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 290 NW Church, 11/12/80, A,C,a, 80003296.

McAlester:

Aldridge Hotel, 200 East Carl Albert Parkway, 12/7/95, A,C, 95001408.

Busby Office Building, 113 East Carl Albert Parkway, 12/6/79, A,C, 79002021.

Busby Theatre, Washington Avenue & 2nd, 12/6/79, A,C,a, 79002022.

Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse, Jct. of 3rd & Carl Albert Parkway, 3/24/00, A,C, 00000242.

First Presbyterian Church, 101 East Washington Avenue, 12/11/79, A,C,a, 79003139.

International Temple, Supreme Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, 315 East Carl Albert Parkway, 6/14/13, A,C, 13000393.

Lee, Jeff, Park Bath House & Pool [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 3rd & Fillmore, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001413.

L'Ouverture Gymnasium, Jct. of South 14th & East Chickasaw Avenue, 5/26/06, A, 06000486.

Mass Grave of the Mexican Miners, Mount Calvary Cemetery, 11/14/80, A,d, 80003297.

McAlester Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], 3rd & Polk, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001412.

McAlester DX, 5th & Carl Albert Parkway, 8/29/80, A,C,g, 80004288.

McAlester House, 14 East Smith Avenue, 8/29/80, B,C, 80004289.

McAlester Scottish Rite Temple, 305 North 2nd, 11/22/80, A,C, 80004521.

Mine Rescue Station Building, 507-509 East 3rd, 3/13/80, A, 80004290.

OKLA Theater, 18 East Choctaw, 6/6/03, C, 03000513.

Pittsburg County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Washington Avenue, 8/23/84, A,C, 84003415.

Southern Ice & Cold Storage Company, 338 East Choctaw Avenue, 10/11/79, A, 79002023 (REMOVED 6/2/14).

Warden’s House, Penitentiary Blvd. & West Street, 6/17/05, A,C, 05000615.

McAlester vicinity:

Perryville, SW of McAlester on US-69, 5/5/72, A, 72001076.

Pittsburg:

Pittsburg School & Gymnasium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Jct. of 2nd & Grand Avenue, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001415.

Pittsburg vicinity:

Blackburn's Station Site, Address Restricted, 3/7/73, A, 73001568.

 

Pontotoc County (Code 123)

Ada:

Ada Public Library, 400 South Rennie, 11/13/89, C, 89001950.

East Central State Normal School, Jct. of East Main & Francis, 12/23/86, A, 86003470.

Meaders, F.W., House, 521 South Broadway, 4/4/07, C,a, 07000258.

Pontotoc County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 12th & Broadway, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003418.

Sugg Clinic, 100 East 13th, 11/30/99, C, 99001426.

Wintersmith Park Historic District, East 18th & Scenic Drive, 6/2/00, A,C, 00000623.

Ada vicinity:

Bebee Field Round House, Jct. of SH-3W & County Road #347, 8/5/85, A, 85001699.

Mijo Camp Industrial District, North side of Pontotoc County Road #148, 9/26/85, C, 85002560.

Roff:

Roff Armory, SW corner of Jct. of Burns & North 9th, 9/18/97, A,C, 97001151.

 

Pottawatomie County (Code 125)

Asher vicinity:

Sacred Heart Mission Site, Jct. of County Roads #N3480 & #E1390, 9/15/83, A,a,d,g, 83002125.

Harjo vicinity:

Rose-Fast Archaeological Site (34-PT-28), Address Restricted, 12/24/86, D, 86003479.

Shawnee:

Aldridge Hotel, 20-24 East 9th, 6/2/00, A,C, 00000622.

Beard Cabin [Shawnee Historic Homes TR], Jct. of East 9th & Minnesota Avenue, 4/8/83, A,C, 83002121.

Bell Street Historic District, along North Bell from East 9th to East Main, 12/28/00, A,C, 00001579.

Billington Building, 23 East 9th, 9/26/85, A,C, 85002512.

Douglas, H.T., Mansion & Garage, 100 East Federal, 9/26/85, C, 85002517.

Governor's Mansion [Shawnee Historic Homes TR], 618 North Park, 1/21/83, A, 83002122.

Kerfoot House [Shawnee Historic Homes TR], 740 North Beard, 1/21/83, C, 83002123.

Nuckolls House [Shawnee Historic Homes TR], 200 East Federal, 1/21/83, B, 83002124.

Pottawatomie County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 300 North Broadway, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003424.

Santa Fe Depot, Main & Minnesota Avenue, 6/5/74, A,C, 74001667.

St. Gregory's Abbey & College, 1900 West MacArthur Drive, 8/15/75, A,C,a, 75001572.

Walker House [Shawnee Historic Homes TR], 1801 North Broadway, 4/8/83, C, 83002126.

Shawnee vicinity:

Shawnee Friends Mission, 2 miles South of Shawnee, 3/7/73, A,a, 73001569.

Squirrel Creek Bridge, carries Rangeline Road over Squirrel Creek, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000625.

Tecumseh:

Barnard Elementary School, 315 East Locust, 6/2/00, A,C, 00000624.

Wanette vicinity:

Old Santa Fe Railroad Bridge, Drummond Road, 3/10/10, C, 10000070.

 

Pushmataha County (Code 127)

Albion:

Albion State Bank, off US-271, 12/11/79, A,C, 79002024.

Albion vicinity:

Kosyk, Mato, House, East of Albion off US-271, 12/11/79, B, 79002025.

Antlers:

Antlers Frisco Depot & Antlers Spring, Main Street, 6/27/80, A, 80003298.

Clayton:

Clayton High School Auditorium [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], West Pine, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001418.

Nashoba vicinity:

Fewell School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], off SH-144, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001419.

Snow:

Snow School [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], US-271, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001420.

Tuskahoma vicinity:

Tuskahoma-Choctaw Council House, 2 miles North of Tuskahoma, 7/28/70, A, 70000537.

 

Roger Mills County (Code 129)

Berlin vicinity:

Goodwin-Baker Archaeological Site (34-RM-14), Address Restricted, 7/7/78, D, 78002258.

Cheyenne vicinity:

Washita Battlefield, NW of Cheyenne on US-283, 10/15/66, A, NHL 1/12/65, 66000633.

Durham vicinity:

Antelope Hills, North of Durham, 12/14/78, A, 78002259.

Break O’Day Farm, .5 mile SE of Jct. of County Roads #E0680 & #N1750, 6/16/05, B, 05000616.

Hammon:

Dorroh-Trent House, 11th & Conley, 10/3/79, B, 79002026.

Hammon vicinity:

Allee Archaeological Site (34-RM-19), Address Restricted, 11/8/78, D, 78002260.

Lamb-Miller Archaeological Site (34-RM-25), Address Restricted, 10/2/78, D, 78002261.

 

Rogers County (Code 131)

Catoosa vicinity:

Verdigris Club Lodge, 27795 South Skelly Drive, 9/2/03, A, 03000876.

Chelsea:

Chelsea Motel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], NE corner of 1st & SH-66, 5/27/04, A,C, 04000525.

Hogue House, 1001 South Olive, 12/17/82, C, 82001498.

Chelsea vicinity:

Pryor Creek Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], carries 1st Street over Pryor Creek, SW of Jct. with SH-66, 9/6/06, C, 06000796.

Claremore:

Belvidere, The, 109 North Chickasaw Avenue, 3/24/82, B,C, 82003696.

Claremore Auto Dealership [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 625 West Will Rogers Blvd., 2/23/95, A,C, 95000042.

Eastern University Preparatory School, College Hill, 2/19/82, A, 82003697.

Mendenhall's Bath House, 601 East 7th, 3/23/83, A, 83002127.

Meyer, Maurice, Barracks, College Hill, 3/1/82, A, 82003698.

Rogers, Will, Hotel, 524 West Will Rogers Blvd., 12/29/94, A,C, 94001508.

Foyil vicinity:

Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park, SH-28A, 3.5 miles East of US-66, 3/30/99, B,C,g, 99000354.

Oologah:

Beck, I.W.W., Building, 146 West Cooweescoowee Avenue, 9/10/99, A,C, 99001086.

Oologah Bank, 105 South Maple, 5/10/82, A, 82003699.

Oologah Pump, Maple & Cooweescoowee Avenue, 12/17/82, A, 82001499.

Oologah vicinity:

Rogers, Will, Birthplace, approx. 4 miles NE of Oologah, 9/29/70, B,C,b,c, 70000538.

Sageeyah vicinity:

Hanes Home, off SH-88, 7/12/82, A,C, 82003700.

 

Seminole County (Code 133)

Konawa:

Konawa Armory, 625 North State, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000483.

Lima:

Rosenwald Hall [Educational Resources of All-Black Towns in Oklahoma TR], College Street, 9/28/84, A, 84003427.

Sasakwa:

Brown, Alice, House, Chestnut Street, 3/31/82, B, 82003701.

Sasakwa vicinity:

Roulston-Rogers Archaeological Site (34-SM-20), Address Restricted, 11/27/78, D, 78002262.

Seminole:

Grisso, W.E., Mansion, 612 Highway #9E, 1/27/75, C,g, 75001573.

Home Stake Oil & Gas Company Building, 315 East Broadway, 5/14/86, A, 86001094.

Strother Memorial Chapel, 1201 Van Drive, 9/2/03, C,a, 03000880.

Seminole vicinity:

Mekasukey Academy, SW of Seminole, 3/28/74, A, 74001668.

Sinclair Loading Rack, US-270, 8/5/85, A, 85001698.

Wewoka:

Brown, Jackson, House, 201 East 11th (formerly 1200 South Muskogee Place), 6/27/80, A,C, 80003299.

Brown, Silas L., House, 107 South Seminole, 8/5/85, B, 85001697.

Hotel Aldridge, 3rd & Wewoka Avenue, 5/14/86, A,C, 86001083.

Johnson, J. Coody, Building, 124 North Wewoka Avenue, 8/5/85, B, 85001744.

Seminole County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], South Wewoka Avenue, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003429.

Seminole Whipping Tree, Wewoka Avenue, 5/22/81, A, 81000468.

Wewoka Switch & Side Tracks, SH-56, 9/26/85, A, 85002475.

 

Sequoyah County (Code 135)

Akins vicinity:

Sequoyah's Cabin, SH-101 in Sequoyah's Cabin State Park, 10/15/66, B, NHL12/21/65, 66000634.

Marble City:

Citizens' State Bank, Jct. of Seminole & Main, NW corner, 9/8/80, A,C, 80003300.

Marble City vicinity:

Dwight Mission, 3 miles SW of Marble City, 3/20/73, A,a, 73001570.

Nicut vicinity:

Fears Archaeological Site (34-SQ-76), Address Restricted, 8/11/88, D, 88001235.

Sallisaw:

Faulkner, Judge Franklin, House, East Cherokee Street, 3/13/80, B,C,b, 80003301.

First Presbyterian Church, 120 South Oak, 3/7/03, C,a, 03000096.

Hines Round Barn, 401 South Adams, 3/8/84, C, 84003432.

Sallisaw High School, 200 West Creek, 7/3/97, A,C, 97000614.

Short vicinity:

Baker "A" Archaeological Site (34-SQ-269), Address Restricted, 3/2/90, D, 90000125.

Ellison #2 Archaeological Site (34-SQ-85), Address Restricted, 8/11/88, D, 88001234.

Kirby-Steely Archaeological Site (34-SQ-84), Address Restricted, 4/3/91, D, 91000356.

Lee's Creek Ceremonial Center Archaeological Site (34-SQ-12) (Parris Mound Locality), Address Restricted, 1/31/76, D, 76001575.

Lee's Creek Ceremonial Center Archaeological Site (34-SQ-12) (Boundary Increase), Address Restricted, 7/3/79, D, 79003741.

Starr Pasture Archaeological Site (34-SQ-224), Address Restricted, 3/2/90, D, 90000126.

Tall Cane Archaeological Site (34-SQ-294), Address Restricted, 3/2/90, D, 90000127.

 

Stephens County (Code 137)

Duncan:

Brittain-Garvin House, 411 North 9th, 8/31/00, C, 00001039.

Chrislip, H.C., House, 709 North 14th, 8/6/93, C, 93000677.

Duncan Armory, 100 feet from Jct. of 14th & unmarked alley between Fuqua Park & Ash Avenue, 12/13/96, A,C, 96001490.

Duncan Public Library, 301 North 8th, 11/30/99, A,C, 99001427.

Foreman, W.T., House, 814 West Oak Avenue, 6/6/03, C, 03000512.

Johnson Hotel & Boarding House, 314 West Mulberry, 5/14/86, A, 86001098.

Patterson Hospital, 929 West Willow Avenue, 12/7/95, A, 95001417.

Simmons, Louis B., House, 401 North 9th, 3/2/01, C, 01000207.

Marlow:

Marlow Armory, 702 West Main, 4/7/94, A,C, 94000282.

Montgomery-Linam House, 301 North 5th, 9/22/83, C, 83002128.

 

Texas County (Code 139)

Adams:

Adams Woodframe Grain Elevator (Tex-Co Elevator) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], Jct. of Klassen & Railroad Streets, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002129.

Baker:

Baker Woodframe Elevator (Baker Kimber Company) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], Jct. of County Road #12N & Richard Street, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002130.

Baker Woodframe Grain Elevator (Riffe & Gilmore Company) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], North Wilson Avenue, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002131.

Eva:

Eva Woodframe Grain Elevator (Wright Grain & Milling Company Elevator) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], SH-95, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002132.

Eva vicinity:

Shores Archaeological Site (34-TX-39), Address Restricted, 11/27/78, D, 78002263.

Goodwell:

Franklin Hall, 201 North College Avenue, 9/6/07, A, 07000909.

Guymon:

Danholt, 1208 North May, 6/14/13, B, 13000394.

Texas County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], 319 North Main, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003439.

Guymon vicinity:

Easterwood Archaeological Site (34-TX-37), Address Restricted, 11/16/78, D, 78002264.

Nash II-Clawson Archaeological Site (34-TX-28, 34-TX-34), Address Restricted, 10/2/78, D, 78002265.

Two Sisters Archaeological Site (34-TX-32), Address Restricted, 10/2/78, D, 78002266.

Hardesty vicinity:

Old Hardesty Archaeological Site (34-TX-33), Address Restricted, 6/20/74, D, 74001669.

Hooker:

Hooker Woodframe Grain Elevator (Wheat Pool Elevator Company) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], off Texas Avenue, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002133.

Hooker vicinity:

Baker, Elmer, Barn, NW/4 Section 25 T5N R17E Cimarron Meridian, 12/12/12, C, 12001040.

Hough:

Hough Woodframe Elevator (Hough Elevator) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], SH-95, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002134.

Mouser:

Mouser Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], off State Road #136, 10/7/83, A, 83004220.

Mouser Woodframe Grain Elevator (Collingwood Elevator) [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], off State Road #136, 5/13/83, C,a, 83002135.

Muncey:

Tracey Woodframe Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], North of US-64, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002137.

Optima:

Optima Grain Elevator [Country Woodframe Grain Elevators of the Oklahoma Panhandle TR], US-54, 5/13/83, A,C, 83002136.

Optima vicinity:

Stamper Archaeological Site (34-TX-1), Address Restricted, 10/15/66, D, NHL 7/19/64, 66000635.

Texhoma:

Penick House, 218 North East Street, 9/28/84, C, 84003436.

Texhoma vicinity:

CCC (Three C) Ranch Headquarters (Osborn Homestead), West of Texhoma, 12/1/83, A, 83004218.

Johnson-Cline Archaeological Site (34-TX-40), Address Restricted, 11/16/78, D, 78002267.

 

Tillman County (Code 141)

Frederick:

Ramona Theatre, 114 South 9th, 11/8/84, C, 84000377.

Tillman County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Gladstone & Main, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003455.

Frederick vicinity:

Laney House, SW of Frederick, 2/3/84, C, 84003441.

Grandfield:

Grandfield Downtown Historic District, 100 Block of West 2nd & ˝ Block of East 2nd (North side), bounded by North & South alleys, 6/20/02, A, 02000656.

Hubbard, William & Mabel Donahoo, House, 323 East 5th, 3/21/91, C, 91000310.

Humphreys Drugstore Building, 106 East 2nd, 6/18/92, A,C, 92000797.

Rock Island Depot, 201 South Bridge Road, 9/23/96, A, 96000978.

Tillman County Bank of Grandfield, 123 West 2nd, 6/18/92, A,C, 92000796.

 

Tulsa County (Code 143)

Broken Arrow:

Broken Arrow Elementary-Junior High School, 210 North Main, 3/7/03, A, 03000095.

Haskell State School of Agriculture, 808 East College, 12/19/78, A, 78002268.

Collinsville:

Morrow Home Place, 13200 East 126th Street North, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000627.

Jenks:

McLean, B.W., House & Office, 123 East "A" Street, 3/22/91, C, 91000309.

Sand Springs:

Page Memorial Library, 6 East Broadway, 3/18/99, A,C, 99000352.

Sand Springs Power Plant, 221 South Main, 9/3/98, A, 98001148.

Sand Springs vicinity:

Fort Arbuckle Site, Address Restricted, 12/22/78, A, 78002269.

Tulsa:

Ambassador Hotel, 1314 South Main, 11/17/99, C, 99001085.

Atlas Life Building, 415 South Boston Avenue, 5/19/09, A,C, 09000358.

Blue Dome Historic District [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma AD MPS], roughly between South Kenosha Avenue & South Detroit Avenue, Frisco Railroad Tracks & East 8th, 12/13/11, A, 11000895.

Boston Avenue Methodist Church, Boston Avenue & 13th, 8/31/78, C,a,g, NHL 1/20/99, 78002270.

Boulder-on-the-Park , 1850 South Boulder Avenue, 9/2/03, A, 03000872.

Brady Heights Historic District, roughly bounded by Marshall, Easton, Denver Avenue, & Cheyenne Avenue, 6/27/80, C, 80003302.

Brady Historic District, roughly along East/West Cameron & East/West Archer, from North Boulder to North Detroit, 9/3/10, A, 10000618.

Buena Vista Park Historic District, roughly bounded by West 18th South, rear lot lines of properties East of South Cheyenne Avenue West, West 21st South, & Riverside Drive-South Carson Avenue West, 9/6/07, C, 07000919.

Cain’s Dancing Academy, 423 North Main, 9/4/03, B, 03000874.

Carlton Place Historic District, bounded by West 14th South, alley East of South Carson Avenue West, West 15th South, & South Carthage Avenue West, 9/6/07, A, 07000907.

Casa Loma Hotel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 2626-2648 East 11th, 9/3/10, A,C, 10000805.

Circle Theater, 10 South Lewis Avenue, 3/7/03, A,C, 03000098.

Cities Service Station #8 [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1648 SW Blvd., 3/14/11, A,C, 11000080.

City Veterinary Hospital, 3550 South Peoria Avenue, 8/26/08, C, 08000848.

Clinton-Hardy House, 1322 South Guthrie, 1/23/79, C, 79002027.

Cosden Building, 409 South Boston Avenue, 2/1/79, B,C, 79002029.

Creek Council Tree Site, 18th & Cheyenne Avenue, 9/29/76, A, 76001576.

Dawson School, NE Corner of Jct. of East Ute Place & North Kingston Place, 12/7/01, A,C, 01001357.

Dresser, Carl K., House, 235 West 18th, 6/2/00, C, 00000625.

Eleventh Street Arkansas River Bridge [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], US-66 over the Arkansas River, 12/13/96, A,C, 96001488.

Gillette Historic District, bounded by South Yorktown Avenue, South Lewis Avenue, East 15th, & East 17th, 9/20/82, C, 82003702.

Gillette-Tyrell Building, 423 South Boulder Avenue, 1/21/82, C, 82003703.

Harwelden, 2210 South Main, 2/8/78, B,C, 78002271.

Holy Family Cathedral, Rectory & School, West 8th & South Boulder Avenue, 2/11/82, C,a, 82003704.

Hooper Brothers Coffee Company Building, 731-733 East Admiral Blvd., 12/19/78, C, 78002272.

Jones, Robert Lawton, House, 1916 East 47th, 12/13/01, C,g, 01001355.

KATY Railroad Historic District, roughly along West Easton & the old KATY Railroad right-of-way between North Cheyenne Avenue & North Boston Avenue, 12/13/10, A, 10001012.

Maple Ridge Historic Residential District, roughly bounded by Hazel Blvd., South Peoria Avenue, 14th, & the Railroad Tracks, 4/6/83, A,C, 83002138.

Mayo Building, 420 South Main, 12/4/08, A,B, 08001152.

Mayo Hotel, 115 West 5th, 6/27/80, C, 80003303.

Mayo Motor Inn, 416 South Cheyenne, 8/26/08, C, 08000850.

McBirney, James H., House, 1414 South Galveston, 11/13/76, B,C, 76001577.

McFarlin Building, 11 East 5th, 12/6/79, C, 79002030.

McFarlin, Robert M., House, 1610 South Carson, 1/25/79, C, 79002031.

McGregor House [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1401 South Quaker Avenue, 6/9/14, C, 14000299.

Mincks-Adams Hotel, 403 South Cheyenne Avenue, 11/7/78, C, 78002273.

Moore Manor, 228 West 17th Place, 2/19/82, A,C, 82003705.

Mount Zion Baptist Church, 419 North Elgin East Avenue, 9/5/08, A,a, 08000847.

North Cheyenne Avenue Historic District, roughly along E/W Frisco Tracks & alley between West Archer & West Brady, North Denver & alley between North Cheyenne and North Boulder, 12/13/10, A, 10001011.

Oil Capital Historic District, roughly between 3rd & 7th & Cincinnati Avenue & Cheyenne Avenue, 12/13/10, A,a, 10001013.

Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Building [Public Utility Buildings Constructed in the Zig-Zag Art Deco Style in Tulsa, Oklahoma TR], 624 South Boston Avenue, 4/10/84, A,C, 84003458.

Owen Park Historic District, roughly bounded by I-244, Zenith, Edison, & Frisco Avenues, 9/9/99, A,C, 99001137.

Parriott, Foster B., House, 2216 East 30th, 9/14/02, C, 02000971.

Petroleum Building, 420 South Boulder Avenue, 4/15/82, B,C, 82003706.

Philcade Building, 511 South Boston Avenue, 9/18/86, C, 86002196.

Phillips 66 Station #473, 2224 East Admiral Blvd., 12/6/04, A,C, 04001332.

Phillips, Waite, Mansion, 2727 South Rockford Road, 12/1/78, C, 78002274.

Philtower, 427 South Boston Avenue, 8/29/79, B,C, 79002032.

Pierce Block, 301 East 3rd Street, 12/11/79, A,C, 79002033.

Public Service of Oklahoma Building [Public Utility Buildings Constructed in the Zig-Zag Art Deco Style in Tulsa, Oklahoma TR], 600 South Main, 4/10/84, A,C, 84003443.

Ranch Acres Historic District, roughly bounded by East 31st, South Harvard Avenue, East 41st, South Delaware Avenue, & South Florence Avenue, 12/12/07, C, 07001268.

Riverside Historic Residential District, roughly bounded by Midland Railway Bike Trail, Riverside Drive, South Boston Avenue, East 24th, & East 21st, 3/31/05, A,C, 04000937.

Riverside Studio [Bruce Goff Designed Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 1381 Riverside Drive, 6/14/01, C, 01000656.

Riverview Historic District, roughly bounded by West 12th & 13th South, rear lot lines of properties East of South Elwood Avenue West, West 14th Place South & South Riverside Drive, South Jackson Avenue West, & rear lot properties West of South Indian Avenue West, 9/6/07, C, 07000906.

Sinclair Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 3501 East 11th, 12/13/96, A,C, 96001486.

Sixth Street Commercial/Residential Historic District, roughly along East 6th from South Peoria Avenue to the North/South alley between Quaker & Quincy Avenues, 9/3/09, A, 09000687.

66 Motel [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 3660 SW Blvd., 12/13/96, A,C, 96001487.

Skelly, William G., House, 2101 South Madison, 11/28/78, B,C, 78002275.

Sophian Plaza, 1500 South Frisco Avenue West, 12/13/11, A,C, 11000896.

Southwestern Bell Main Dial Building [Public Utility Buildings Constructed in the Zig-Zag Art Deco Style in Tulsa, Oklahoma TR], 424 South Detroit Avenue, 6/22/84, A,C, 84003445.

St. John Vianney Training School for Girls, 4001 East 101st, 6/7/83, C,a, 83002139.

Stonebraker Heights Historic District, roughly bounded by West 15th South, alley East of South Cheyenne Avenue West, West 17th South, & South Elwood Avenue West, 9/6/07, C, 07000917.

Swan Lake Historic District, roughly bounded by East 15th, South Utica Avenue, East 21st, & South Peoria Avenue, 2/20/98, Additional Documentation 2/25/09, A,C, 98000140.

Tracy Park Historic District, roughly bounded by Norfolk, Peoria, 11th, & 13th, 9/20/82, A,C, 82003707.

Tribune Building, 20 East Archer, 7/16/79, A,C,a, 79003644.

Tulsa Civic Center Historic District, between West 3rd & West 6th, & South Houston Avenue & South Denver Avenue, 1/3/12, A,C,g, 11000641.

Tulsa Convention Hall, 105 West Brady, 8/29/79, A, 79002028.

Tulsa Fire Alarm Building, 1010 East 8th, 9/2/03, A,C, 03000879.

Tulsa Monument Company, 1735 East 11th Street South, 9/4/08, C, 08000849.

Tulsa Municipal Building, 124 East 4th, 7/18/75, C, 75001574.

United States Post Office & Courthouse, 224 South Boulder Avenue, 3/24/00, A,C, 00000244.

Veasey, James Alexander, House, 1802 South Cheyenne Avenue, 7/27/89, C, 89001006.

Vickery Phillips 66 Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], 602 South Elgin, 3/3/04, A,C, 04000135.

Westhope, 3704 South Birmingham, 4/10/75, C,g, 75001575.

White City Historic District, roughly bounded by East 2nd, South Fulton Avenue/Frisco Railroad Tracks, East 11th, & South Yale Avenue, 6/14/01, A,C, 01000663.

Whittier Square Historic District [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma AD MPS], roughly between Lewis Avenue, Zunis Avenue, East 1st, & I-244, 6/15/12, A, 12000348.

Will Rogers High School, 3909 East 5th Place, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000918.

Woodward Park & Gardens Historic District, 2101 & 2435 South Peoria Avenue, 3/11/14, A,C,g, 14000054.

Yorktown Historic District, roughly bounded by 16th, 17th, Victor Avenue, Wheeling Avenue, 20th, & Lewis Avenue, 6/20/02, A,C, 02000657.

 

Wagoner County (Code 145)

Coweta:

First Presbyterian Church of Coweta, 200 South Avenue “B,” 3/7/03, C,a, 03000099.

Coweta vicinity:

Koweta Mission Site, 1 mile South of Coweta off SH-58B, 6/19/73, A, 73001571.

Okay vicinity:

Jamison Cemetery, 2 miles South on SH-16 & 2 miles West on County Road #E0820, 6/20/12, A,D,d, 12000349.

Rio Grande Ranch Headquarters Historic District, SH-251A, 3 miles East of Okay, 9/9/92, A,C, 92001191.

Porter vicinity:

Van Tuyl Homeplace, North of Porter, 2/7/78, C, 78002276.

Red Bird:

Miller-Washington School [Educational Resources of All-Black Towns in Oklahoma TR], Market Street, 9/28/84, A, 84003448.

Red Bird City Hall [Historic Government Buildings in Oklahoma's All-Black Towns TR], Boston Street, 9/28/84, A, 84003450.

Tullahassee:

Mason, A.J., Building, Lincoln Street, 8/5/85, A, 85001743.

Tullahassee vicinity:

Tullahassee Mission Site, Address Restricted, 9/10/71, D, 71000674.

Wagoner:

Cobb Building, 203 East Cherokee, 9/13/82, A,C, 82003709.

First National Bank of Wagoner, 114 East Cherokee, 3/10/83, A, 83002140.

Gibson, John W., House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 402 South McQuarrie, 7/6/82, B, 82003710.

McAnally, William, House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 702 SE 7th, 7/6/82, B, 82003711.

McKinney, Collin, House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 1106 SE 7th, 7/6/82, B, 82003708.

Newport Hotel & Restaurant, 202 South Main, 12/4/85, A, 85003079.

Parkinson, Amos, House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 601 North Parkinson, 7/6/82, B, 82003712.

Parkinson, Frederick, House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 407 NE 3rd, 7/6/82, B, 82003713.

St. James Episcopal Church, 303 South Church, 5/11/82, A,a,b, 82003714.

Wagoner Armory, 509 East Cherokee, 5/20/94, A,C, 94000490.

Way House [Territorial Homes of Wagoner, Oklahoma TR], 411 NE 2nd, 7/6/82, B, 82003715.

 

Washington County (Code 147)

Bartlesville:

Bartlesville Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by SE 2nd, SE Cherokee Avenue, SE 4th, & the AT&SF Railroad Tracks, 12/27/91, Additional Documentation 10/18/04, A,C, 91001905.

Civic Center, Johnstone Avenue between 6th & Adams Blvd., 12/29/89, A,C, 89002122 (REMOVED 6/3/09).

House at 1554 SW Rogers [Lustron Houses of Oklahoma MPS], 1554 SW Rogers, 2/23/09, C, 09000080.

La Quinta, 2201 Silver Lake Road, 7/15/82, B,C, 82003716.

Nellie Johnstone #1, Johnstone Park, 4/11/72, A, 72001077.

Old Washington County Courthouse, 400 Frank Phillips Blvd., 1/26/81, C, 81000469.

Phillips, Frank & Jane, House, 1107 SE Cherokee Avenue, 3/13/75, Additional Documentation 2/25/09, B,C, 75001576.

Price Tower, 6th & Dewey Avenue, 9/13/74, C,g, NHL 3/29/07, 74001670.

Washington County Memorial Hospital, 412 SE Frank Phillips Blvd., 3/11/14, A, 14000055.

Dewey:

Dewey Hotel, Delaware & Don Tyler Avenue, 4/4/75, A,B, 75001578.

 

Washita County (Code 149)

Canute:

Canute Service Station [Route 66 & Associated Historic Resources in Oklahoma MPS], Jct. of Main & US-66, SW corner, 2/9/95, A,C, 94001611.

Carnegie vicinity:

Cedar Creek Locality Archaeological Sites (34-WA-6, 34-WA-85), Address Restricted, 5/29/75, D, 75001577.

Colony:

Seger Indian Training School, East edge of Colony, 8/5/71, A, 71001080 (REMOVED 12/31/75).

Colony vicinity:

McLemore Archaeological Site (34-WA-5), Address Restricted, 10/15/66, D, NHL 7/19/64, 66000636.

Cordell:

Cordell Carnegie Public Library, 105 East 1st, 11/13/89, A,C, 89001966.

New Cordell Courthouse Square Historic District, roughly bounded by Temple, East 2nd, Glenn English, & East Clay, 1/7/99, Additional Documentation 11/1/02, A,C, 98001592.

Washita County Courthouse [County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR], Courthouse Square, 8/24/84, A,C, 84003452.

 

Woods County (Code 151)

Alva:

Alva Armory [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Choctaw & 3rd, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001360.

Branson Building [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 531 Barnes, 1/5/84, A,C, 84000700.

Building at 405-407 College Avenue [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 405-407 College Avenue, 1/5/84, C, 84000702.

Building at 409 College Avenue [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 409 College Avenue, 1/5/84, A, 84000703.

Building at 500 Flynn Street [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 500 Flynn Street, 1/5/84, A,C, 84000704.

Central National Bank [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 401 College Avenue, 1/5/84, A,C, 84000705.

Hotel Bell, 505 Barnes, 6/14/13, A, 13000395.

I.O.O.F. Hall [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 527 Barnes, 1/5/84, A,C, 84000706.

Kavanaugh & Shea Building [Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva, Oklahoma TR], 403 College Avenue, 1/5/84, C, 84000707.

Nickel Ensor McClure House, 1301 Locust, 9/3/10, C, 10000623.

Science Hall (Fine Arts Building), Northwestern Oklahoma State University campus, 7/14/83, A,C, 83002141.

Stine Building, 601 Barnes, 4/21/82, B, 82003717.

Waynoka:

Waynoka Santa Fe Depot & Harvey House, 200 South Cleveland, 6/20/74, Additional Documentation 4/5/06, A, 74001671.

 

Woodward County (Code 153)

Fort Supply:

Fort Supply Historic District, Western State Hospital grounds, 6/21/71, A, 71000675.

Woodward:

Stine, L.L., House [Historic Resources of Woodward MRA], 1001 10th Street, 10/7/83, B,C, 83004225.

Woodward Crystal Beach Park [WPA Public Buildings, Recreational Facilities & Water Quality Improvements in Northwestern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR], Jim Ben & Temple Houston Streets, 9/8/88, A,C, 88001359.

Woodward Federal Courthouse & Post Office, 1023 10th Street, 9/6/07, A,C, 07000915.

Woodward Theater, The, 818 Main, 12/4/08, A,C, 08001153.

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYONE

The Oklahoma Historical Society utilizes funding from the Department of the Interior. The law prohibits discrimination against any person, regardless of race, color, national origin, age or handicap, in the programs, activities or facilities of this agency. Persons who believe they have not received fair and equal treatment in accordance with the law should contact the Executive Director, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73105, or the Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20243.

If the person filing the complaint contacts the Oklahoma Historical Society, the agency must forward that complaint to the Department of the Interior within ten (10) days. After receipt of the complaint, the following procedure will be used:

* Prompt investigations will be made of complaints received.

* If discrimination is found, negotiation and persuasion will first be used in an effort to eliminate the prohibited practices.

* Should these efforts fail, federal assistance may be terminated or discontinued after a fair hearing.

* Other means authorized by law, including court action, may also be used to enforce nondiscrimination.

No recipient or other person may intimidate, threaten, coerce or discriminate against any individual because he or she has made a complaint, testified or assisted in a Title VI investigation, proceeding or hearing.

 

ASSURANCE

The Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (P.L. 88-352) and all regulations imposed by or pursuant to the Department of the Interior Regulation (43 CFR 17) issued pursuant to that title, to the end that in accordance with Title VI of that Act and the Regulation, no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which financial assistance from the Department of the Interior has been received.

Any person who believes that he or she has not received fair and equitable treatment with regard to participation in the programs of the Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office should submit a written statement to that effect to the State Historic Preservation Officer, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.

This handbook is comprehensive through July 31, 2014.

 

 

A supplemental list of properties added to the National Register since publication of this handbook is available upon request from the State Historic Preservation Office.

 

 

OKLAHOMA COUNTY CODES:

Adair                001

Alfalfa              003

Atoka               005

Beaver              007

Beckham          009

Blaine               011

Bryan                013

Caddo              015

Canadian          017

Carter               019

Cherokee          021

Choctaw           023

Cimarron           025

Cleveland          027

Coal                 029

Comanche        031

Cotton              033

Craig                035

Creek                037

Custer               039

Delaware           041

Dewey              043

Ellis                  045

Garfield            047

Garvin               049

Grady               051

Grant                053

Greer                055

Harmon             057

Harper              059

Haskell             061

Hughes             063

Jackson            065

Jefferson          067

Johnston          069

Kay                  071

Kingfisher         073

Kiowa               075

Latimer             077

LeFlore             079

Lincoln              081

Logan               083

Love                 085

McClain            087

McCurtain         089

McIntosh           091

Major                093

Marshall            095

Mayes              097

Murray              099

Muskogee         101

Noble               103

Nowata             105

Okfuskee          107

Oklahoma         109

Okmulgee         111

Osage              113

Ottawa              115

Pawnee             117

Payne               119

Pittsburg           121

Pontotoc          123

Pottawatomie    125

Pushmataha      127

Roger Mills       129

Rogers             131

Seminole          133

Sequoyah         135

Stephens          137

Texas               139

Tillman              141

Tulsa                143

Wagoner           145

Washington       147

Washita            149

Woods             151

Woodward        153

 

 

 

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