Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 91001904
Historic Name DEBARR HISTORIC DISTRICT
Description of Significance THE DEBARR HISTORIC DISTRICT IS SIGNIFICANT FOR ITS COLLECTION OF PERIOD ARCHITECTURE FROM 1905 TO 1930, AS WELL AS FOR ITS DIRECT CONNECTION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA. THE DISTRICT SERVED AS THE HOME TO FACULTY AND STAFF OF THE GROWING UNIVERSITY. FRATERNATIES AND SORORITIES LOCATED IN THE DISTRICT, WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH EDGE OF CAMPUS. IMPRESSIVE HOUSES OF VARIOUS REVIVAL STYLES LINE THE TREE-SHADED STREETS. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 12/27/91. REMOVED FROM NATIONAL REGISTER 11/12/2018 DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMOLITIONS, ALTERATIONS, AND NEW CONSTRUCTION (INCLUDES DEMOLITION) IN THE DISTRICT.
Current Name
Address BOUNDED BY BOYD, DEBARR (NOW DEAN'S ROW), DUFFY, AND THE AT&SF RAILROAD TRACKS
City NORMAN
County CLEVELAND
Lot
Block
Current Section
Township
Range
Type DISTRICT
Historic Function DOMESTIC
Current Function DOMESTIC
Area Significance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EDUCATION
Date Prepared 6/1991
Year Built 1901-1930
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder S. WEYMESS-SMITH; HAROLD GIMENO
Architectural Style CRAFTSMAN; PRAIRIE SCHOOL; SPANISH MISSION REVIVAL; RENAISSANCE REVIVAL
Roof Material VARIOUS
Wall Material VARIOUS
Window Material VARIOUS
Door Material VARIOUS
Decorative Details
Condition GOOD
Comments REMOVED FROM NATIONAL REGISTER NOVEMBER 12, 2018.
Restricted N