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Having been in business since 1938, Clark Hardware was originally located in the Old Farmers Supply Building. In 1949, the current building was built. All the shelving in the south wall came from the Old Farmers Supply Building and is made of walnut. A weighing scale was also saved from the old building.

There are many priceless tokens in the store. The cash register used by Mr. Clark was bought in Furkman, Kansas in 1918 and it is solid brass. The vault door was actually used by one of the earlier banks. There is also a gold plated hammer awarded to C. C. Clark for his years with Richard and Conover Hardware.


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Woody Crumbo Mural

Located in the lobby of the Nowata Post Office is the 1943 mural by Oklahoman, Woody Crumbo. Crumbo, a Potawatomie Indian born in 1912 near Lexington, Oklahoma, was credited with more than 1200

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Outdoor Art

The mural painted on the building in the 100 block of South Maple keeps the heritage of Notawa in our forefront as it exemplifies our progress in becoming a proud part of our state and nation.

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Campbell Hotel

The Noweta Lodge was built by a conglomerate in 1910 and was originally named, the Campbell Hotel, which is the name appearing on the cornice of the building. J. E. Campbell and Emma Journeycake (daughter of Delaware Chief Charles Journeycake) were married on January 17, 1878

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Courthouse and War Memorial

The original courthouse was destroyed by fire on January 30, 1909. The new building was completed in 1912 at a cost of $69,594.64.

Adjacent to the Courthouse is the War Memorial Park. The first stone was set in 1950 by the Newton Martin McKellar Post Number 101

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