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Thomas N. Berry Estate, U.S. Route 177, Stillwater, Payne County, OK

Thomas N. Berry Estate, U.S. Route 177, Stillwater, Payne County, OK

 
 
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Summary

1989 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Honorable Mention
Significance: The estate is an excellent example of a Colonial Revival architecture located in a naturalistic landscape of the English "Landscape Garden" School. It was built in the oil boom days of Oklahoma by a minor oil baron in this part of the state.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-31
Survey number: HABS OK-51
Building/structure dates: 1929 Initial Construction

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Knoblock, Fred L
Tulsa Landscape & Nursery Company
Fox, C Burton
Leider, Charles L, faculty sponsor
Cole, William M, project manager
Oklahoma State University, Landscape Architecture Program, sponsor
Grubbs, Joe, delineator
Matheny, Spencer, delineator
Egan, Michael Dennis, historian
Gwartney, Mitch Scott, delineator
Mbroh, Ernestine, delineator
Egan, Michael Dennis, delineator
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Location

Stillwater (Okla.)36.11561, -97.05837
Google Map of 36.1156071, -97.0583681
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