Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 94000278
Historic Name MANGUM ARMORY
Description of Significance THE MANGUM ARMORY IS A SINGLE-STORY BUILDING CONSTRUCTED BY THE WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION IN 1935-1937 USUALLY LOCALLY QUARRIED SANDSTONE. THE MANGUM ARMORY IS TYPICAL OF OTHER WPA ARMORIES IN TERMS OF STYLE AND DESIGN AND THIS ONE RETAINS A HIGH DEGREE OF INTEGRITY, WITH ORIGINAL WINDOWS AND MANY ORIGINAL DOORS. LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER, 4/7/1994.
Current Name MANGUM NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY
Address 115 EAST LINCOLN STREET
City MANGUM
County GREER
Lot
Block 33 INCLUSIVE
Current Section
Township
Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Current Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 MILITARY
Date Prepared 2/15/1993
Year Built 1935
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder BRYAN W. NOLAN - ARCHITECT / WPA - BUILDER
Architectural Style OTHER (WPA STANDARDIZED STYLE)
Roof Material ASPHALT
Wall Material STONE: SANDSTONE
Window Material METAL
Door Material METAL
Decorative Details PROTRUDING BEAM ENDS
Condition GOOD
Comments DOCUMENTATION SOURCES: (CONT) HISTORICAL ANNUAL: NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, 1938, BATON ROUGE, LA: ARMY AND NAVY PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1938; "INDEX TO REFERENCE CARDS FOR WORKS PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION PROJECT FILES, 1935-1942", WASHINGTON D.C.: WPA, 1942, MICRO T-935, REEL 54.
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