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The Pancoast Building


category : Historic Buildings
The Pancoast Building J.A.. Pancoast, a lawyer, erected this building in approximately 1905 to house the Knox-Stout Clothing Store. The city administration operated on the second floor for many years. The Pioneer Telephone Company, which merged with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, was founded in this building. The Victorian style of this building is identical to one in Guthrie attributed to the famed architect, Joseph Foucart.


Address: 614 Cedar Street, south side of the courthouse square.

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"Hopes and Dreams" Statue

"This sculpture and the plaza surrounding it are dedicated to the honor of all the stalwart men and women who took part in the greatest land rush of all time - the celebrated Cherokee Strip Run, held on September 16, 1893.

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Carnegie Library

Perry Carnegie Library was built in 1909 at a cost of $10,000, the exact amount provided in a gift from Pittsburgh steel magazine Andrew Carnegie. It is regarded as one of Perry's most prized possessions. An extensive renovation and space expansion project with an estimated cost of $450,000

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The Joseph Foucart Building

Perhaps the most striking building in the downtown Perry business district area is the two-story red brick structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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The Christoph Block Building

Charles Christoph built this building in 1900

Perry, OK Historic Buildings

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