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Oklahoma Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 2)

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Pasteur Medical Building
Oklahoma City, OK
parking garage
Oklahoma City, OK
The Pasteur Medical Building was designed by John Bozalis and built in 1951. In 1955, Bozalis designed the parking garage behind the building. The Pasteur Building's louvered windows were removed in 2016. For more, see this website. [map]

Physicians &
Surgeons Building
Oklahoma City, OK
Standard Life Insurance Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Physicians & Surgeons Building was built in 1962. [map]

The Standard Life Insurance Building was designed by Richard L. Dunham & Raymond Carter and built in 1966. The building has housed the Colcord Center since the late 1990s. [map]

Oklahoma City Blood Bank
Oklahoma City, OK
The Oklahoma City Blood Bank was built in 1960. The building now houses a law office. [map]

Jack Young Dermatology Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Jack Young Dermatology Building was designed by Fritzler-Knoblock and built in 1965. The building now houses the Hough Ear Institute. For more, see this website. [map]

Otologic Medical Clinic
Oklahoma City, OK
The Otologic Medical Clinic was designed by Fritzler-Knoblock and built in 1963. The building is next door to the Jack Young Dermatology Building (shown immediately above) and also now houses the Hough Ear Institute. For more, see this website. [map]

4308 N. Classen
Oklahoma City, OK
The 4308 N. Classen office building appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

former Bishop Optometrist Clinic
Oklahoma City, OK
The Bishop Optometrist Clinic was built in 1960. The building now houses the KP Salon and Cynthia's Wigs. For more, see this website. [map]

39 NE 29th St.
Oklahoma City, OK
The office building at 39 NE 29th St. with the extensive use of tile is probably from the 1950s. [map]

Mager Mortgage Company
Oklahoma City, OK
The Mager Mortgage Company building was designed by Sorey Hill and Sorey and built in 1959. The building now houses Midtown Vets. For more, see this website. [map]

Bettes Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Bettes Building was built from 1956-1957. It was designed by Caudill, Rowlett, & Scott. The building now houses the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. For more, see this website. [map]

CAMP
Oklahoma City, OK
The building which houses CAMP (Campaign Advocacy Management Professionals) was built in 1960. It previously housed Brighter Days Youth and Family Services. I don't know what was there originally. [map]

The ARC
Oklahoma City, OK
The ARC was designed by Howard, Samis & Davies. It was built in 1965 as the Sunbeam Home's Family Service Center. For more, see this website. [map]

Galleria Building
Oklahoma City, OK
The Galleria Building was designed by Dow McCarty and built in 1965. [map]

Keso Clinic
Oklahoma City, OK
The Keso Clinic was built in 1966 for Dr. Larson Keso, an orthodontist. It was designed by Bill Halley. The two gabled buildings are connected by a flat-roofed building. For more, see this website. [map]

Oklahoma City County Health Department
Oklahoma City, OK
I believe the Oklahoma City County Health Department wasn't built until 1988 but I'll include it here anyway for its mid-century modern vibe. The Health Department moved to a new location around 2014. [map]

More Oklahoma City Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings:
Allied Building [gone]