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|Added to NRHP||July 14, 1983|
The Escoe Building was the only professional building in Muskogee's black district and housed the first black-owned bank in Oklahoma. It was also known as the Simmons Building because it housed the Simmons Royalty Co., Oklahoma's first major oil business owned by a black family.
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