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Three Oklahoma sites added to historic places register

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (AP) April 2010

The Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office says an Oklahoma City bank tower, a former plantation near Hugo and an railroad near Wanette have been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

The Citizens Bank Tower, with its hexagonal plan and slender profile, was among the first tall office buildings to be erected outside of downtown Oklahoma City. It was designed by Robert Roloff and was considered to be a tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower in Bartlesville.

The Old Santa Fe Railroad Bridge is the longest and oldest bridge of its type in McClain and Pottawatomie counties, stretching 785 feet in length.

The Rose Hill Plantation site was one of six plantations operated by Robert M. Jones, who was one of the wealthiest members of the Choctaw Nation at one time.

 

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