Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 82003669
Historic Name AMPHLETT BROTHER'S DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE
Description of Significance LOCATED ON THE MOST PROMINENT CORNER IN APACHE AND CLOSELY RESEMBLING THE APACHE STATE BANK BUILDING, THE AMPHLETT BROTHERS BUILDING REPRESENTS THE HIGH POINT IN LATE VICTORIAN COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE. COMPLETED IN 1903, THIS BRICK BUILDING FEATURES A CORNER TURRET WITH A CONICAL ROOF, FOUR ORIEL WINDOWS THAT HAVE INTRICATE RELIEF MOLDINGS, AND A POLICHROMATIC CORBEL TABLE. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 5/11/82.
Current Name APACHE MUNICIPAL BUILDING
Address CORNER OF EVANS AND COBLAKE
City APACHE
County CADDO
Lot 11 -12
Block 1
Current Section 21
Township 5N
Range 11W
Type BUILDING
Historic Function COMMERCE
Current Function CITY HALL
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 COMMERCE
Date Prepared OCTOBER 1, 1981
Year Built 1902-03
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder
Architectural Style LATE VICTORIAN COMMERCIAL STYLE
Roof Material ASPHALT; METAL
Wall Material BRICK
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD; GLASS
Decorative Details PRESSED TIN ON TURRET AND ORIEL WINDOWS FEATURES GARLANDS AND SWAGS AND OTHER CLASSICAL DECORATIVE ELEMENTS.
Condition GOOD
Comments
Restricted N