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North Block Buildings


category : Historic Buildings
This row of buildings, built between 1907 and 1912, has been described by architects and historians as among the finest examples of early commercial development in Oklahoma. The brickwork style is of particular note. The building on the northwest corner of this block has been a drug store since it was constructed; the original soda fountain and back bar can be seen in this building. Also of interest is a historical marker in the middle of this block marking the site of one of the original T. G. & Y. variety stores.


 

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Florence Hospital

This photo shows the 1911-1912 Florence Hospital. The hospital, named for the wife of Cordell doctor A. H. Bungardt, was housed on the second floor of this building until the Cordell Memorial Hospital was built in 1957. Photos of the interior include one of the door to the fathers'

Cordell, OK Historic Buildings

Courthouse Clock

The clock displayed on four sides of the Courthouse dome keeps track of Cordell'

Cordell, OK Architecture

Centennial Park on the Square

Visitors will enjoy relaxing by the fountain in Centennial Park on the Square adjacent to the picturesque Courthouse.

Cordell, OK Recreation



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North Block Buildings

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