Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 1000659
Historic Name FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Description of Significance THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STRATFORD IS A TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING THAT STANDS AS AN OUTSTANDING EXAMPLE OF LATE VICTORIAN STYLE ARCHITECTURE. BUILT IN 1907-1908, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK COMBINES ELEMENTS OF THE ROMANESQUE REVIVAL WITH QUEEN ANNE DETAILS TO CREATE AN OPULENT VICTORIAN INFLUENCED RESOURCE. THE EXTERIOR FEATURES NUMEROUS PATTERNS AND TEXTURES, AND IS HIGHLIGHTED BY A TWO-STORY TURRET. SEVERAL CIRCA 1960 ALTERATIONS HAVE RECENTLY BEEN REVERSED IN AN EFFORT TO RESTORE THE BUILDING TO ITS ORIGINAL SPLENDOR. LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER 6/4/01.
Current Name SAME
Address 100 W MAIN
City STRATFORD
County GARVIN
Lot
Block
Current Section
Township
Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function COMMERCE/TRADE: FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Current Function COMMERCE
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2
Date Prepared 11/00
Year Built 1907-08
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder UNKNOWN
Architectural Style LATE VICTORIAN
Roof Material METAL:TIN
Wall Material BRICK/STONE: GRANITE
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details TERRA COTTA, CANTED ENTRANCE, CORINTHIAN TYPE COLUMS, TWO-STORY TURRET, BLOND BRICK
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments
Restricted N