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Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This late 19th Century commercial structure was the site of much important business activity, including Guthrie's only business college, and was an integral part of the central business district o... more

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This late 19th Century commercial structure was the site of much important business activity, including Guthrie's only business college, and was an integral part of the central business district o... more

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This late 19th Century commercial structure was the site of much important business activity, including Guthrie's only business college, and was an integral part of the central business district o... more

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Stapleton Block, 114 North Division Street, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This late 19th Century commercial structure was the site of much important business activity, including Guthrie's only business college, and was an integral part of the central business district o... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Victor Block, 202 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: The Victor was among the most handsome and celebrated business blocks of early Guthrie, as well as the largest. Erected for one of the most successful developers of the commercial district, the b... more

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Marble City, Sequoyah County, OK

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Mar...

Significance: The vernacular commercial building built during Marble City's boom years is the most pretentious building in the town, having rock-faced stone walls. An unusual front entrance was built into the ... more

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Marble City, Sequoyah County, OK

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Mar...

Significance: The vernacular commercial building built during Marble City's boom years is the most pretentious building in the town, having rock-faced stone walls. An unusual front entrance was built into the ... more

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Marble City, Sequoyah County, OK

Citizen's State Bank, Northwest corner of Main & Seminole Streets, Mar...

Significance: The vernacular commercial building built during Marble City's boom years is the most pretentious building in the town, having rock-faced stone walls. An unusual front entrance was built into the ... more

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Ch...

Significance: The third and final addition to the permanent buildings of the Cherokee National Government, the structure served until statehood as the center of law enforcement in the Nation. As such it is an ... more

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Ch...

Significance: The third and final addition to the permanent buildings of the Cherokee National Government, the structure served until statehood as the center of law enforcement in the Nation. As such it is an ... more

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Ch...

Significance: The third and final addition to the permanent buildings of the Cherokee National Government, the structure served until statehood as the center of law enforcement in the Nation. As such it is an ... more

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Ch...

Significance: The third and final addition to the permanent buildings of the Cherokee National Government, the structure served until statehood as the center of law enforcement in the Nation. As such it is an ... more

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Penitentiary, 124 East Choctaw Street, Tahlequah, Ch...

Significance: The third and final addition to the permanent buildings of the Cherokee National Government, the structure served until statehood as the center of law enforcement in the Nation. As such it is an ... more

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Chero...

Significance: The cabin of Dr. Irvin D. Leoder is the oldest building in Tahlequah, and one of the two or three oldest buildings in the state of Oklahoma. During and after the Civil War the cabin, which was co... more

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Chero...

Significance: The cabin of Dr. Irvin D. Leoder is the oldest building in Tahlequah, and one of the two or three oldest buildings in the state of Oklahoma. During and after the Civil War the cabin, which was co... more

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Chero...

Significance: The cabin of Dr. Irvin D. Leoder is the oldest building in Tahlequah, and one of the two or three oldest buildings in the state of Oklahoma. During and after the Civil War the cabin, which was co... more

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Dr. Irvin D. Leoser Log Cabin, 119 West Smith Street, Tahlequah, Chero...

Significance: The cabin of Dr. Irvin D. Leoder is the oldest building in Tahlequah, and one of the two or three oldest buildings in the state of Oklahoma. During and after the Civil War the cabin, which was co... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County...

For additional information, see HABS No. OK-10, Town of Guthrie. Significance: This 1890 frame Church building is a prototype of early Episcopal churches in the southwest, a strict adherent to the formula for p... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee Supreme Court Building, 130 East Keetoowah Street, Tahlequah,...

Significance: In 1844 the Cherokee National Government constructed its first permanent structure in the new Cherokee Nation at Tahlequah, which had been designated as the seat of government in 1839. This build... more

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoyah County, OK

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoy...

Significance: The Dwight Mission, founded in Arkansas in 1822, moved with the Cherokee into the new Cherokee Nation in 1839, the time of the removal from the east, and from the areas in Arkansas in which some e... more

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoyah County, OK

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoy...

Significance: The Dwight Mission, founded in Arkansas in 1822, moved with the Cherokee into the new Cherokee Nation in 1839, the time of the removal from the east, and from the areas in Arkansas in which some e... more

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoyah County, OK

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoy...

Significance: The Dwight Mission, founded in Arkansas in 1822, moved with the Cherokee into the new Cherokee Nation in 1839, the time of the removal from the east, and from the areas in Arkansas in which some e... more

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoyah County, OK

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoy...

Significance: The Dwight Mission, founded in Arkansas in 1822, moved with the Cherokee into the new Cherokee Nation in 1839, the time of the removal from the east, and from the areas in Arkansas in which some e... more

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoyah County, OK

Dwight Mission, Administration Building, Rural Route, Sallisaw, Sequoy...

Significance: The Dwight Mission, founded in Arkansas in 1822, moved with the Cherokee into the new Cherokee Nation in 1839, the time of the removal from the east, and from the areas in Arkansas in which some e... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Carnegie Library, 402 East Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Significance: This Second Renaissance Revival structure was the scene of numerous historic events: the inauguration of both the last of the territorial governors and the first Governor of Statehood Oklahoma. T... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK

Cherokee National Capitol Building, 101-29 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahl...

Significance: The Cherokee National Capitol, completed and occupied by circa 1869, was constructed on the site which had served as the meeting place for the Cherokee Government since their arrival in Indian Ter... more

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Significance: This simple frame structure is the last remaining representative of the system of district courts of the Cherokee Nation. As such it is a reflection of an aspect of jurisprudence rare in American... more

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Significance: This simple frame structure is the last remaining representative of the system of district courts of the Cherokee Nation. As such it is a reflection of an aspect of jurisprudence rare in American... more

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Saline Courthouse, Leach, Delaware County, OK

Significance: This simple frame structure is the last remaining representative of the system of district courts of the Cherokee Nation. As such it is a reflection of an aspect of jurisprudence rare in American... more

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Log...

Significance: This turn of the century structure is a very fine example of functional industrial architecture of the period. Designed by an architect of local prominence to meet the very specific needs of a ne... more

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Log...

Significance: This turn of the century structure is a very fine example of functional industrial architecture of the period. Designed by an architect of local prominence to meet the very specific needs of a ne... more

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Log...

Significance: This turn of the century structure is a very fine example of functional industrial architecture of the period. Designed by an architect of local prominence to meet the very specific needs of a ne... more

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

State Capitol Company Building, 301 West Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Log...

Significance: This turn of the century structure is a very fine example of functional industrial architecture of the period. Designed by an architect of local prominence to meet the very specific needs of a ne... more