National Register of Historic Places listings in Garfield County, Oklahoma

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Location of Garfield County in Oklahoma

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Garfield County, Oklahoma.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Garfield County, Oklahoma, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 27 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 24, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Bank of Hunter Upload image
June 22, 1984
(#84003014)
Cherokee and Main Sts.
36°33′50″N 97°39′40″W / 36.563889°N 97.661111°W / 36.563889; -97.661111 (Bank of Hunter)
Hunter The Bank of Hunter, constructed in 1905, was demolished on May 21, 2009 following a roof collapse. It was last in use as a bank in 1991.[6]
2 Broadway Tower
Broadway Tower
November 14, 1985
(#85002789)
114 E. Broadway St.
36°23′48″N 97°52′38″W / 36.396667°N 97.877222°W / 36.396667; -97.877222 (Broadway Tower)
Enid The Broadway Tower, the tallest building in Enid, was constructed in 1931 by McMillen and Shelton Construction Company. The Broadway Development Company hired George Ernst von Blumenauer of Enid, and the Oklahoma City firm Layton, Hicks, and Forsythe to design the Art Deco building.[7]
3 Carrier Congregational Church Upload image
June 14, 2016
(#16000370)
204 N. 5th St.
36°28′38″N 98°01′22″W / 36.477101°N 98.022843°W / 36.477101; -98.022843 (Carrier Congregational Church)
Carrier
4 H. H. Champlin House
H. H. Champlin House
January 21, 1993
(#92001833)
612 S. Tyler
36°23′25″N 97°53′36″W / 36.390278°N 97.893333°W / 36.390278; -97.893333 (H. H. Champlin House)
Enid The H.H. Champlin House is designed in the Tudor Revival style, completed in 1939, and located within the Kisner Heights addition. Architects Roy Shaw and Norris Wheeler designed the house, and it was constructed by the D.C. Bass Company.[8]
5 Cherokee Terrace Apartments Upload image
December 18, 2013
(#13000939)
619 E. Maine St.
36°23′42″N 97°52′10″W / 36.394957°N 97.869380°W / 36.394957; -97.869380 (Cherokee Terrace Apartments)
Enid
6 Clay Hall Upload image
June 20, 2012
(#12000346)
311-325 Lakeview Dr.
36°23′36″N 97°50′50″W / 36.393461°N 97.847169°W / 36.393461; -97.847169 (Clay Hall)
Enid
7 T.T. Eason Mansion
T.T. Eason Mansion
March 24, 1987
(#87000417)
1305 W. Broadway
36°23′47″N 97°53′38″W / 36.396389°N 97.893889°W / 36.396389; -97.893889 (T.T. Eason Mansion)
Enid The T.T. Eason Mansion was owned by oilman T.T. Eason. Built in 1916, this Prairie Box style home is located in the Waverley Historic District.[9]
8 Enid Armory
Enid Armory
September 8, 1988
(#88001370)
600 E. Elm
36°24′N 97°52′W / 36.4°N 97.87°W / 36.4; -97.87 (Enid Armory)
Enid The Enid Armory is a two story building was constructed in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration project. It was the third largest Armory in Oklahoma.[10] Of the WPA-built armories in Oklahoma, it was the only one utilizing red brick in its construction. The Armory was demolished to make room for a new site for Garfield Elementary School, following the opening of the Armed Forces Reserve Center at Vance Air Force Base.[11]
9 Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery
Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery
March 21, 1996
(#96000305)
200 block of W. Willow Ave.
36°25′18″N 97°52′47″W / 36.421667°N 97.879722°W / 36.421667; -97.879722 (Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery)
Enid The Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery were established in the 1890s, utilizing farmland from the Anderson farm which was deeded to the city of Enid. In addition to some 420 land run participants, American war veterans, Catholic, Jewish and black citizens, some notable Enidites are buried here. Among those interred are H.H. Champlin, the Frantz brothers, James Yancy Callahan, and Houstin James, father of Marquis James. Both cemeteries have white marble Neo-Classical mausoleums.[12]
10 Enid Downtown Historic District
Enid Downtown Historic District
December 12, 2007
(#07001265)
Roughly bounded by Maple Ave., 2nd St., Cherokee Ave., and Adams St.
36°23′48″N 97°52′48″W / 36.396639°N 97.879881°W / 36.396639; -97.879881 (Enid Downtown Historic District)
Enid The Enid Downtown Historic district contains the original 1893 town plat and portions of the Jonesville and Weatherly additions. Buildings in the district include: the county courthouse, First National Bank of Enid, Broadway Tower, and Enid Masonic Temple.[13]
11 Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District
Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District
April 20, 2009
(#09000239)
Near E. Willow Rd., N. 16th St., N. 10th St., and N. Van Buren St.
36°25′12″N 97°51′17″W / 36.420074°N 97.854735°W / 36.420074; -97.854735 (Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District)
Enid The Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District consists of eight terminal grain elevators constructed between 1925 and 1954, whose operation contributed to Enid's status as a "Wheat Capital."[14]
12 Fuksa Portion of the Chisholm Trail Roadbed Upload image
September 8, 2015
(#15000578)
Address Restricted
Bison vicinity
13 John and Mary Fuksa Farm Upload image
December 8, 2015
(#15000867)
1228 E0580 Rd.
36°10′27″N 97°53′37″W / 36.174198°N 97.893565°W / 36.174198; -97.893565 (John and Mary Fuksa Farm)
Bison
14 Garfield County Courthouse
Garfield County Courthouse
August 23, 1984
(#84003018)
W. Broadway
36°23′49″N 97°52′44″W / 36.396944°N 97.878889°W / 36.396944; -97.878889 (Garfield County Courthouse)
Enid Art Deco style Courthouse was built by Hawk & Parr and Reinhart & Donovan companies beginning on August 15, 1934 and was completed in 1936. The county's previous courthouse had burned down in 1931.[15]
15 R. E. Hoy No. 1 Oil Well Upload image
September 26, 1986
(#86002357)
Off U.S. Route 64
36°21′24″N 97°34′22″W / 36.356667°N 97.572778°W / 36.356667; -97.572778 (R. E. Hoy No. 1 Oil Well)
Covington The R. E. Hoy No. 1 Oil Well was constructed in 1916 on the Hoy farm, netting 100 barrels per day. It was the first well to be drilled in Oklahoma by the advice of a geologist, and was the beginning of the Covington-Garber field.[16]
16 Jackson School
Jackson School
July 19, 1989
(#89000848)
415 E. Illinois
36°23′07″N 97°49′42″W / 36.385278°N 97.828333°W / 36.385278; -97.828333 (Jackson School)
Enid Designed by Roy Shaw, the Jackson School, constructed in 1936, is one of three Mission/Spanish Colonial Revival structures in Enid. It operated as an elementary school from 1936 to 1969.[17]
17 H.L. Kaufman House Upload image
December 12, 1985
(#85003339)
1708 W. Maine
36°23′44″N 97°53′56″W / 36.395556°N 97.898889°W / 36.395556; -97.898889 (H.L. Kaufman House)
Enid The H.L. Kaufman house was built by architect George Ernst von Blumenauer in 1923 for Herbert Lyons Kaufman, a Jewish Enid merchant who owned the downtown Kaufman Style Shop. It was an example of Spanish Colonial architecture.[18] The house was demolished in 2005 by the Enid Public Schools for McKinley School's playground expansion.[19]
18 Kenwood Historic District Upload image
December 6, 2004
(#04001328)
Bounded by Oak St., Maple, Washington, and Madison
36°24′03″N 97°53′00″W / 36.400833°N 97.883333°W / 36.400833; -97.883333 (Kenwood Historic District)
Enid The Kenwood Historic district consists of 160 acres (0.65 km2) of housing created between 1895 and 1915. The majority of the homes in the area were designed in the American Foursquare style.[20]
19 Kimmell Barn Upload image
January 30, 1984
(#84003021)
Northeast of Covington
36°21′43″N 97°32′21″W / 36.361944°N 97.539167°W / 36.361944; -97.539167 (Kimmell Barn)
Covington The Kimmell Barn was built in 1906 by Sam Kimmell in the German bank barn style. It is constructed of native Oklahoma sandstone, with used wood purchased from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. It is also called the Freese barn.[21]
20 Robert R. and Minnie L. Kisner House Upload image
December 8, 2015
(#15000870)
1111 Wynona Ave.
36°23′19″N 97°53′33″W / 36.388706°N 97.892404°W / 36.388706; -97.892404 (Robert R. and Minnie L. Kisner House)
Enid
21 Lamerton House
Lamerton House
June 20, 1997
(#97000613)
1420 W. Indian Dr.
36°23′12″N 97°53′41″W / 36.386667°N 97.894722°W / 36.386667; -97.894722 (Lamerton House)
Enid This Tudor Revival style home was designed in 1928 by John Duncan Forsyth of Tulsa, Oklahoma.[22]
22 Marshall Hall
Marshall Hall
December 8, 2015
(#15000868)
100 S. University Ave.
36°23′47″N 97°53′40″W / 36.396389°N 97.894444°W / 36.396389; -97.894444 (Marshall Hall)
Enid On the campus of Northern Oklahoma College.
23 McCristy-Knox Mansion
McCristy-Knox Mansion
March 24, 1987
(#87000418)
1323 W. Broadway
36°23′47″N 97°53′40″W / 36.396389°N 97.894444°W / 36.396389; -97.894444 (McCristy-Knox Mansion)
Enid The McChristy-Knox Mansion, built in 1909 in the Neo-Classical style, was the home of mill owner Joseph McChristy, oilman Charles Knox, and Michael Hedges. It is located within the Waverley Historic District.[23]
24 Public Library of Enid and Garfield County Upload image
December 8, 2015
(#15000869)
120 W. Maine St.
36°23′44″N 97°52′45″W / 36.395690°N 97.879146°W / 36.395690; -97.879146 (Public Library of Enid and Garfield County)
Enid
25 Rock Island Depot Upload image
July 18, 1979
(#79003639)
200 Owen K. Garriott Boulevard
36°23′25″N 97°52′37″W / 36.390278°N 97.876944°W / 36.390278; -97.876944 (Rock Island Depot)
Enid The current Rock Island Depot was built in 1928, designed in the Mission/Spanish Colonial style. The original location was located 3 miles north, now known as "North Enid", and was called Skeleton station. Due to the railroad not stopping in what was then called "South Enid" the Enid-Pond Creek Railroad War was started.[24]
26 Santa Fe Freight Depot Upload image
December 8, 2015
(#15000871)
702 N. Washington Ave.
36°24′14″N 97°52′55″W / 36.403861°N 97.881957°W / 36.403861; -97.881957 (Santa Fe Freight Depot)
Enid Houses the Railroad Museum of Oklahoma.
27 Waverley Historic District
Waverley Historic District
December 6, 2006
(#06001110)
Roughly bounded by W. Broadway Ave., N. and S. Tyler Sts., S. Harrison St., W. Oklahoma St., and N. and S. Buchanan Sts.
36°23′48″N 97°53′44″W / 36.396667°N 97.895556°W / 36.396667; -97.895556 (Waverley Historic District)
Enid The Waverley Historic District consists of four additions plotted in 1902, 1905, 1906, and 1907. The District has 275 buildings, primarily residential, built between 1895 and 1935. The T.T. Eason Mansion and the McChristy-Knox Mansion are located within this district.[25]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 24, 2017.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Rains, Cass, "Fearing a collapse, century-old Hunter landmark demolished," Enid News & Eagle, May 22, 2009.
  7. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for the Broadway Tower, #85002789 (PDF), National Park Service, 1985 
  8. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for the H.H. Champlin House, #92001833 (PDF), National Park Service, 1985 
  9. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Eason Mansion, #87000417 (PDF), National Park Service, 1987 
  10. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Enid Armory, #88001370 (PDF), National Park Service, 1988 
  11. ^ Barron, Robert, City, school to swap properties", Enid News & Eagle, November 3, 2010
  12. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery, #96000305 (PDF), National Park Service, 1984 
  13. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Enid Downtown Historic District, #07001265 (PDF), National Park Service, 2007 
  14. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District, #09000239 (PDF), National Park Service, 2009 
  15. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Garfield County Courthouse, #84003018 (PDF), National Park Service, 1984 
  16. ^ Carney, G.O., ed. Energy Northwest Oklahoma 1910 to 1930, 1986
  17. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Jackson School, #89000848 (PDF), National Park Service, 1989 
  18. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for H.L. Kaufman House, #85003339 (PDF), National Park Service, 1985 
  19. ^ http://www.enidbuzz.com/2009/12/national-register-of-historic-places-in.html
  20. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Kenwood Historic District, #04001328 (PDF), National Park Service, 2004 
  21. ^ Oklahoma National Register Properties: Kimmell Barn
  22. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Lamerton House, #97000613 (PDF), National Park Service, 1997 
  23. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for McCristy Knox Mansion, #87000418 (PDF), National Park Service, 1987 
  24. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Rock Island Depot, #79003639 (PDF), National Park Service, 1989 
  25. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Waverley Historic District, #06001110 (PDF), National Park Service, 2006