Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 88001370
Historic Name ENID ARMORY
Description of Significance THE ENID ARMORY, BUILT IN 1936, WAS THE THIRD LARGEST ARMORY CONSTRUCTED BY THE WPA DURING THIS PERIOD. THIS TWO-STORY ARMORY IS UNIQUE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION BECAUSE OF ITS RED EXTERIOR. MOST WPA ARMORIES IN THE AREA WERE CONSTRUCTED USING NATIVE STONE. THE ENID ARMORY HAS A FLAT ROOF AND CENTRAL ENTRYWAYS FRAMED ON THE SIDES BY BRICK PIERS. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 9/8/88.
Current Name ENID ARMORY
Address SIXTH AND ELM STREETS
City ENID
County GARFIELD
Lot
Block
Current Section
Township
Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Current Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2
Date Prepared CA 1988
Year Built 1936
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder UNKNOWN
Architectural Style UNCOLLECTED
Roof Material ASPHALT
Wall Material BRICK
Window Material METAL
Door Material UNCOLLECTED
Decorative Details CENTRAL ENTRYWAYS ARE FRAMED BY BRICK PIERS AND A FRIEZE THAT SUGGESTS A PORCH ROOF, PARAPETS CAPPED BY CONCRETE BLOCKS ON ROOF
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments
Restricted N