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Old Prue School

Old Prue School

Second Prue School ~1912-1939 The first record I could find of Prue Schools was an article from The Osage Journal, April 25, 1912, reporting of a tornado “The fine farmhouse of Henry Prue was...

W.S. Kelly General Merchandise

W.S. Kelly General Merchandise

WS Kelly General Merchandise Wilbur S. Kelly built the W.S. Kelly General Merchandise store in the mid-’20s in what was known as “New Cogar”. He ran the store for a short period of...

Lincoln Colored School

Lincoln Colored School

It was decided in 1929 that the growing African American population in Fairfax needed a separate school due to Oklahoma laws of segregation. Students were taught at a private residence while Walter L...

St. Vincent's Home

St. Vincent’s Home

In 1944 the Catholic Brothers of Mercy, a nursing order of Catholic Brothers, had started the organization of St. Vincent’s Home in a residence on North Shartel. After outgrowing the space in a...

Fort Sill Indian School

Fort Sill Indian School

Fort Sill Indian School has witnessed many changes during its more than 100 years in Lawton, Oklahoma. When established in 1871 it served Indian children as a reservation elementary school. It...

Hopewell Baptist Church

Hopewell Baptist Church

The Hopewell Baptist Church is an architectural icon, a tribute to the ingenuity of architect Bruce Goff, and to the congregation that brought his design to life. This place matters to its community...

Abundant Life Building

Abundant Life Building

“In the yellowed pages of an old newspaper, local officials called the building “one of Tulsa’s finest” and a peek at the “future of our city.” But the future...

Townley Dairy

Townley Dairy

The Townley Dairy was one of my first explorations and has proven to be one of my favorites. It has been abandoned since 1998. The cause of the abandonment isn’t as cool as some of the stories...

Dunjee Academy

Dunjee Academy

Dunjee All-School-Association or Dunjee Negro School System began in 1947. The area was known as Green Pastures at this time and had an elementary school, middle school, high school, and a large...

red ridge mansion

Red Ridge Mansion

The Red Ridge Mansion, also known as the R.J. Edwards Home, was built in 1934 as one of the most amazing examples of Spanish-Italian architecture in Oklahoma City. The home was designed by Norman...

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