Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 94000281
Historic Name CLINTON ARMORY
Description of Significance THE CLINTON ARMORY WAS A LOCAL WPA PROJECT CONSTRUCTED BETWEEN 1935 AND 1937. IT IS A SINGLE STORY BRICK BUILDING WITH CAST STONE ACCENTS BUILT IN THE TRADITIONAL WPA DECO STYLE. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 4/7/1994.
Current Name CLINTON NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY
Address 723 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET
City CLINTON
County CUSTER
Lot
Block
Current Section 23
Township 12N
Range 17W
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Current Function DEFENSE: ARMS STORAGE
Area Signficance 1 MILITARY
Area Significance 2 ARCHITECTURE
Date Prepared 12/23/1992
Year Built 1937
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder BRYAN W. NOLEN, ARCHITECT; WPA - BUILDER
Architectural Style OTHER (WPA STANDARDIZED STYLE)
Roof Material ASPHALT
Wall Material BRICK
Window Material WOOD
Door Material METAL
Decorative Details CAST STONE ACCENTS
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments BAIRD, W. DAVID, "FINAL REPORT: WPA STRUCTURES THEMATIC SURVEY (PHASE III)." STILLWATER: OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, 1987; "CLINTON DAILY NEWS", JULY 28, 1935 - MARCH 8, 1937; "INDEX TO REFERENCE CARDS FOR WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION FILES, 1935 - 1942." WASHINGTON D.C.: WPA, C.1942. MICRO T-935, REEL 54.
Restricted N