Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 84003031
Historic Name HARMON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
Description of Significance THE HARMON COUNTY COURTHOUSE IS A MODEST FOUR STORY BRICK BUILDING WITH LIMESTONE ACCENTS. DESIGNED BY RENOWNED OKLAHOMA ARCHITECTS LAYTON, HICKS, AND FORSYTH, THIS 1926 BUILDING EXEMPLIFIES A SIMPLIFIED FORM OF THE BEAUX ARTS STYLE, POPULAR FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY. LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER, 8/23/1984.
Current Name SAME
Address HOLLIS BETWEEN MAIN AND SECOND STREETS
City HOLLIS
County HARMON
Lot
Block
Current Section 34, NW4, SW4, SE4
Township 3N
Range 26W
Type BUILDING
Historic Function GOVERNEMENT: COURTHOUSE
Current Function GOVERNMENT: COURTHOUSE
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 POLITICS / GOVERNMENT
Date Prepared UNKNOWN
Year Built 1926
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder LAYTON, HICKS, AND FORSYTH - ARCHITECTS; M.L. SCOTT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY - BUILDER
Architectural Style NEOCLASSICAL; RENAISSANCE REVIVAL
Roof Material ASPHALT
Wall Material BRICK; STONE: LIMESTONE
Window Material UNCOLLECTED
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details DECORATIVE STONE INSETS AND PARQUET BRICK WORK
Condition GOOD
Comments
Restricted N