Located in the Perkins Building, the Condon Bank was one of the two banks robbed during the Dalton Raid in 1892. Today this building has been restored and is listed as a National Historical Landmark.
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Built in the 1928 and recently purchased by the City of Coffeyville, the historic Midland Theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Along with the Alamo building to the west, they... Midland Theater
Coffeyville has several buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, including the Brown Mansion, Perkins Buildings, site of the infamous Dalton Raid; Terminal Building, which now ... Historic Register Buildings
The Dalton Defenders Museum houses memorabilia from the infamous Dalton Raid in 1892. Guns, saddles and the original First National Bank doors can all be seen, plus many pictures taken following the raid.
The Dalton Gang, which had been terrorizing the Indian Territory with its daring train robberies, set out in early October of 1892 from their hideout near Tulsa in an attempt to make outlaw history. It was Bob Dalton'
Visit Elmwood Cemetery and see the grave site of three members of the Dalton Gang. An old hitching post marks the graves. Emmett Dalton, the lone survivor of the gang, returned to Coffeyville many years after the raid and placed a permanent marker on the graves.