Guthrie, OK Photos

Guthrie was the first Territorial Capital of Oklahoma, but after the editor of the local newspaper wrote critically of certain politicians, they took revenge by moving the capital to Oklahoma City. Guthrie became locked in time as a small town & today offers visitors a large collection of fancy Victorian buildings.

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Guthrie streetscape along West Harrison Ave. including Victor Building & Pollard Theater. Guthrie, OK.Victor Building. Guthrie, OK.Victor Commercial Building constructed by Winfield S. Smith held a drugstore & Territorial offices. Guthrie, OK.Pollard Theater. Guthrie, OK.
Guthrie streetscape along West Harrison Ave. including Victor Building & Pollard Theater. Guthrie, OK.Victor Building (1893) (W Harrison Ave. at 1st St.). Guthrie, OK. Architect: Joseph Foucart.Victor Commercial Building constructed by Winfield S. Smith held a drugstore & Territorial offices. Guthrie, OK.Pollard Theater (1901) (120 W Harrison Ave.). Guthrie, OK.
Beland Commercial Building. Guthrie, OK.Foucart Building. Guthrie, OK.Entrance to Foucart Building which originally held dry goods store & architect Foucart's own offices. Guthrie, OK.Highly decorated commercial building. Guthrie, OK.
Beland Commercial Building (1920) (118 W Harrison Ave.). Guthrie, OK.Foucart Building (1891) (115 W Harrison Ave.). Guthrie, OK. Architect: Joseph Foucart.Entrance to Foucart Building which originally held dry goods store & architect Foucart's own offices. Guthrie, OK.Highly decorated commercial building (1891) (111 W Harrison Ave.). Guthrie, OK.
Window details of 1891 commercial building at 111 W Harrison Ave. Guthrie, OK.Waite Block or Guthrie Daily Leader newspaper building. Guthrie, OK.De Steiguer building built as a bank. Guthrie, OK.Native red sandstone plus blue & red trim details of De Steiguer building. Guthrie, OK.
Window details of 1891 commercial building at 111 W Harrison Ave. Guthrie, OK.Waite Block or Guthrie Daily Leader newspaper building (1891) (107 W Harrison Ave.). Guthrie, OK.De Steiguer building (1890) (110 E Oklahoma Ave.) built as a bank. Guthrie, OK. Style: Victorian Romanesque.Native red sandstone plus blue & red trim details of De Steiguer building. Guthrie, OK.
Victorian Guthrie streetscape along West Oklahoma Ave. including several buildings by architect Joseph Foucart. Guthrie, OK.Bierer-Anderson plus Farquarson buildings. Guthrie, OK.Detail of 1898 Bierer building on W Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie, OK.Tower on commercial building at corner of W Oklahoma Ave. & Division St. Guthrie, OK.
Victorian Guthrie streetscape along West Oklahoma Ave. including several buildings by architect Joseph Foucart. Guthrie, OK.Bierer-Anderson (1898) plus Farquarson (1907) (W Oklahoma Ave.) buildings. Guthrie, OK.Detail of 1898 Bierer building on W Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie, OK.Tower on commercial building at corner of W Oklahoma Ave. & Division St. Guthrie, OK.
Adler building. Guthrie, OK.Schnell building. Guthrie, OK.Gaffney 1890 & J.B. Beadles buildings on W Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie, OK.Elaborate roofline of J.B. Beadles building. Guthrie, OK.
Adler building (1893) (109 W Oklahoma Ave.). Guthrie, OK.Schnell building (1893) (W Oklahoma Ave.). Guthrie, OK.Gaffney 1890 & J.B. Beadles buildings on W Oklahoma Ave. Guthrie, OK.Elaborate roofline of J.B. Beadles building (W Oklahoma Ave.). Guthrie, OK.
Moorish details of Gaffney building. Guthrie, OK.Wooden Gothic-Revival commercial building. Guthrie, OK.De Ford building. Guthrie, OK.Elaborate decorations of heritage De Ford building. Guthrie, OK.
Moorish details of Gaffney building (1890) (W Oklahoma Ave.). Guthrie, OK.Wooden Gothic-Revival commercial building (206 W Oklahoma Ave.). Guthrie, OK.De Ford building (1890) (S 2nd St.). Guthrie, OK. Architect: Joseph Foucart.Elaborate decorations of heritage De Ford building. Guthrie, OK.
State Capitol Publishing Museum home of first OK Territory newspaper founded by Frank Hilton Greer. Guthrie, OK.Marker for site of U.S. Land Office used in land run of 1889. Guthrie, OK.Antique painted Coca Cola sign. Guthrie, OK.Former Carnegie Library & Oklahoma Territorial Museum. Guthrie, OK.
State Capitol Publishing Museum (W Harrison Ave. at 2nd St.) home of first OK Territory newspaper founded by Frank Hilton Greer. Guthrie, OK. Architect: Joseph Foucart. On National Register.Marker for site of U.S. Land Office used in land run of 1889. Guthrie, OK.Antique painted Coca Cola sign. Guthrie, OK.Former Carnegie Library & Oklahoma Territorial Museum. Guthrie, OK.
Former Carnegie Library. Guthrie, OK.Heritage house with horseshoe-shaped windows. Guthrie, OK.

Former Carnegie Library (Oklahoma Ave. at Ash St.). Guthrie, OK. On National Register.Heritage house with horseshoe-shaped windows. Guthrie, OK.


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