Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 84003134
Historic Name JAMES W STROUD HOUSE
Description of Significance THE JAMES W. STROUD HOUSE IS LOCALLY SIGNIFICANT FOR ITS ASSOCIATION WITH THE FOUNDER OF THE CITY OF STROUD AND AS THE OLDEST EXAMPLE OF EASTERN STICK STYLE ARCHITECTURE. THE STROUD HOUSE IS A TWO-STORY RESIDENCE WITH WOOD CLAPBOARD SIDING AND A HIPPED ROOF WITH INTERSECTING CROSS GABLES. THE FACADE FEATURES A TWO-STORY PROJECTING THREE-SIDED BAY WITH A PEDIMENTED ENTRYWAY WHICH INCLUDES CORNICE RETURNS AND DIAGONAL BRACKETS FOR SUPPORT. ALL WINDOWS HAVE DECORATIVE CORNICE HEADS WITH MINIATURE DENTILS. SOME ALTERATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE HOME. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 3/8/1984.
Current Name SAME
Address 110 E 2ND
City STROUD
County LINCOLN
Lot 3,4,5
Block 4
Current Section
Township
Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING
Current Function DOMESTIC; SINGLE DWELLING
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EXPLORATION/SETTLEMENT
Date Prepared NOV 1983
Year Built 1898-1907
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder UNKNOWN
Architectural Style OTHER ( EASTERN STICK STYLE)
Roof Material UNCOLLECTED
Wall Material WOOD
Window Material UNCOLLECTED
Door Material UNCOLLECTED
Decorative Details TWO STORY PROJECTING BAYS, BRACKETS, PENDANTS, FISH SCALE TRIM, STAINED GLASS WINDOWS
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments
Restricted N