Oklahoma Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 2)

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Fire Station No. 3
Muskogee, OK
Fire Station No. 3 was built from 1938-1939. The building appears to be vacant now. [map]

Fire Station No. 4
Muskogee, OK
Muskogee's Fire Station No. 4 now houses the Muskogee Park Department. This building shares the same design as the one above and must have been built right after it. [map]

Muskogee, OK
This house was built in 1935. [map]

New Cordell:
Washita County Jail

Comer Thomas Garage
Norman, OK
2011: 2020:
The Comer Thomas Garage appears to be from the 1940s. The building now houses A-1 Automotive Repair. By 2017, the building had been painted orange and brown. [map]

Hiland Dairy
Norman, OK
The Hiland Dairy building originally housed McCormick's Gilt Edge Dairy. I believe it was built in the late 1930s or early 1940s. [map]


Pocasset Gymnasium
Pocasset, OK
This Pocasset Gymnasium was designed by Walter T. Valhberg and built in 1941 with WPA funding. The building is made entirely from rock. It has been vacant since 1989. [map]

Page Memorial Library
Sand Springs, OK
The Page Memorial Library was designed by Otis Floyd Johnston and built in 1930. The building now houses the Sand Springs Cultural and Historical Museum. [map]

Municipal Auditorium
Shawnee, OK
The Municipal Auditorium was built in 1936 with a WPA grant. [map]

City Hall

Telephone Exchange Building [map]

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