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Tahlequah Armory - Tahlequah, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member hamquilter
N 35° 54.771 W 094° 58.160
15S E 322302 N 3976073
Quick Description: The Tahlequah Armory, one of 51 built in the State of Oklahoma, is still in use today by the City of Tahlequah.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 2/15/2016 4:05:20 PM
Waymark Code: WMQECR
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Geojeepsters
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Long Description:
Built at a cost of approximately $32,000, and designed by Bryan W. Nolan, this armory was completed in 1937 using WPA labor. It consists of a one-story administrative wing, and a large barrel-roofed drill hall. The armory is built of uncoursed, squared white and tan polychromatic sandstone in a castle-like style. The administrative entrance is located on Delaware Street, with the main entrance on Water Avenue. The building is currently occupied as a Municipal Center for the City of Tahlequah.

The administrative wing has a flat roof, with a stepped roof line and entrance which is slightly projected. The main entrance has double aluminum and glass doors, with the entrance and flanking windows having black cloth awnings. Some of the tall, narrow windows have the original steel frames and 2-over-4 and 3-over-6 panes. Some of the windows have been replaced with single fixed panes. Extensive alterations have been made to the interior, which include floor coverings, wall partitions, and sandblasting of the sandstone walls. The drill hall has been partitioned into classrooms. To repair roof leaks in the barrel-roof, the rolled asphalt surface has been shingled. The building is extensively used for municipal activities.
Project type: Government building (non-park)

Date built or created: 1937

Location: Municipal Center

City: Tahlequah, OK

Condition: Good upkeep with a little wear and tear

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