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Oklahoma City Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 1)

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Cheever's Cafe
Oklahoma City, OK

2011 and 2012:

2021:
Cheever's Cafe has occupied this building since 1997. Cheever's Flowers operated here from 1935-1994. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Doctors Building
Oklahoma City, OK
Sewage Treatment Plant
Oklahoma City, OK
The Doctors Building was built in 1948. [map]

This Sewage Treatment Plant was probably built in the 1930s. Does anyone know more about this building? [map]

House
Oklahoma City, OK
This House was designed by Daniel La Rue and built in 1935. The bottom right photo shows a separate building which is around the corner and separated by a pool. The similar design and location leads me to believe that this was a guest house built at the same time or slightly later. [map]

House
Oklahoma City, OK
This House was also designed by Daniel La Rue. It was built in 1936. [map]

Century Hotel
Oklahoma City, OK
NW 23rd St. storefronts
Oklahoma City, OK
The Century Hotel was built in 1936 for residential use. [map]

These four NW 23rd St. storefronts were probably built in the 1930s. [map]

Borden's Dairy Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Borden's Dairy Building was built in 1947. Borden's moved out in 1995. The windows have been filled in with rocks. These photos are from 2011. By 2017, the building was housing Stone Sisters Pizza Bar. For more, see this website. [map]

Nuway Laundry & Cleaners
Oklahoma City, OK
The Nuway Laundry & Cleaners complex was built in 1930. For more, see this website. [map]

Lawyers Title Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Lawyers Title Building was designed by Norftsger & Lawrence and built in 1949 for the Baptist General Convention which operated there until 1990. It became Lawyers Title in 2006. The building housed Stryker after that. I believe the building is up for sale again. [map]

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