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Okemah Public Library


category : Historic Buildings
Okemah Public Library The Okemah Public Library is located in a historic rock building constructed with the aid of WPA funds. Enjoying a scenic view of Okemah's Noble Park, it is within a block of the Okemah Middle School.

Friendly, helpful staff and dedicated volunteers make the library a cheerful place to spend a few hours with your nose in a good book. The library provides an internet access site for the community and attracts many who wish to do research or check their email. Providing both educational and recreational value to the community, the library makes a substantial contribution to Okemah's goals as a Century Community.


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Crystal Theater, 1921 - 2000

When the Crystal Theatre was remodeled in 1931, it was modeled after Tulsa'

Okemah, OK Theatres

Okemah Lake

Okemah boasts one of the most beautiful 1100 acre city lakes in the state of Oklahoma. Okemah City Lake complex offers superb fishing, water skiing, RV Park and camping. The 1998 Angler'

Okemah, OK Recreation

Okfuskee County Historical Society Museum

The county's past is explored through an early-day schoolroom display and a variety of other items, housed in a 1926 Masonic temple.

Okemah, OK Museums

Woody Guthrie Statue and Mural

The Woody Guthrie Statue was dedicated at the 1998 Free Folk Festival and placed in a memorial park in downtown Okemah. Painted on a wall adjacent to the park is this mural illustrating the life of Woody done by artist, DeAnna Wilson.

Okemah, OK Arts

Things to do Historic Buildings near Okemah, OK

Old Chicken Houses

Once the largest poultry colony west of the Mississippi; many of its chicken houses still remain. Locations at 11007 Jeffo...

WPA Pecan Bowl

Built during the depression as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's WPA program, the construction of Okemah's WPA Pecan ...

Morris House

Circe 1904, the only remaining building from Langston's territorial period, Formerly a boarding house for Oklahoma's Colored ...