Talk:National Register of Historic Places listings in Garfield County, Oklahoma

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Photos needed[edit]

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Current listings[edit]

Two historic districts already have photos, but could use more. Don't worry about taking "extra photos" of any site - more photos are welcome, especially if they are better photos.

To get a map of the sites click on one of the "Map sites" links above (Bing may be easier to print out). Then resize the map to include the sites you want. Remember that historic districts include lots of area - you might draw the rough outlines on the map from the descriptions below.

If you want to include ALL the sites in the county (including those which have photos already) just click the map sites links on the article page.

[1] Name on the Register[2] Image Date listed[3] 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.[4]
2 Cherokee Terrace Apartments Upload image
December 18, 2013
(#13000939)
619 E. Maine St.
Coordinates missing
Enid
3 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
4 Enid Downtown Historic District Upload image
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.[5]
5 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.[6]
6 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.[7] The house was demolished in 2005 by the Enid Public Schools for McKinley School's playground expansion.[8]
7 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.[9]
8 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.[10]
9 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.[11]
10 Waverley Historic District Upload image
December 6, 2006
(#87000417)
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.[12]
  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ Rains, Cass, "Fearing a collapse, century-old Hunter landmark demolished," Enid News & Eagle, May 22, 2009.
  5. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Enid Downtown Historic District, #07001265 (PDF), National Park Service, 2007 
  6. ^ Carney, G.O., ed. Energy Northwest Oklahoma 1910 to 1930, 1986
  7. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for H.L. Kaufman House, #85003339 (PDF), National Park Service, 1985 
  8. ^ http://www.enidbuzz.com/2009/12/national-register-of-historic-places-in.html
  9. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Kenwood Historic District, #04001328 (PDF), National Park Service, 2004 
  10. ^ Oklahoma National Register Properties: Kimmell Barn
  11. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Rock Island Depot, #79003639 (PDF), National Park Service, 1989 
  12. ^ National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination for Waverley Historic District, #06001110 (PDF), National Park Service, 2006 

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