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Texhoma, Oklahoma

  • Penick House

    Penick HouseThe Penick House was built in 1912 for B.G Penick by a contractor named P. M. Williams. A contractor and builder active from 1907 to 1920, he built many buildings in Texhoma and the surrounding area, ...
    Penick House
  • CCC Ranch Headquarters

    CCC Ranch HeadquartersThe CCC Ranch Headquarters was built in the 1880s of native stone, cut and laid up in a running bond. The rough-faced stone bunkhouse stands nearby. Listed on the National Register of Historic Plac...
    CCC Ranch Headquarters

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Texhoma Museum

The Texhoma Museum is maintained and operated by the Texhoma Genealogical and Historical Society, Editors and Publishers of the Panhandle Pioneers, a Local Historical Series.

Texhoma, OK Museums

CCC Ranch Headquarters

The CCC Ranch Headquarters was built in the 1880s of native stone, cut and laid up in a running bond. The rough-faced stone bunkhouse stands nearby. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 3C ranch was owned by Vickers, Wells, and Gates out of Tombstone, Arizona.

Texhoma, OK Historic Homes

Penick House

The Penick House was built in 1912 for B.G Penick by a contractor named P. M. Williams. A contractor and builder active from 1907 to 1920

Texhoma, OK Historic Homes

Things to do near Texhoma, OK

The Kanza Museum

With heavy emphasis on the history and preservation of Kaw Nation's artifacts, the Kansa Museum has frequently changing displ...