From my Oklahoma City postcard collection…
Guthrie is a part of the Oklahoma City metro area of Oklahoma known for its nineteenth and twentieth century architecture and as the first capital of Oklahoma. Major attractions include The Masonic Temple and The Guthrie Historic District. Each year in October enjoy the Art and Wine Festival and the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival. Among the biggest companies in Guthrie are Guthrie News and Pollard Theatre. The biggest school is Guthrie High School. One of the best places to visit when you are in Guthrie is Oklahoma Territorial Museum and Carnegie Library. Twister and Rain Man both had scenes filmed in Guthrie.
I’m not able to find this building today, nor any information about it. This is, however, typical of the 19th and 20th century architecture you still find in Guthrie. It really is a fun place to visit!
Originally posted on okchomesellers.com