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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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St. Rose Catholic Church

The St. Rose Catholic Church built in 1922 welcomes visitors through its magnificient set of brass double doors artisticly decorated in metalwork of symbolic emblems representing twelve saints.

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Cherokee Strip Museum

Through the use of artifacts, photographs, and documents the museum traces the history of the Cherokee Outlet and its people. In addition to exhibits detailing the chronological history of life in the Outlet, there are vignettes of a *General Store, * Kitchen, *

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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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Outdoor Murals

This cowhand perception can be admired on the building north of Delaware Street on 6th. The artist is D.J. Mane, 1993. Another mural by D.J. Mane (1994) is painted on the north side of the Foster Drug Store depicting the old fashioned soda fountain days at Foster's.

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