Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: Downtown Oklahoma City: Photo 31
In the early 1920s there was a craze for bi-colored Gothic-fringed office buildings. This one, built in 1925 for the Harbour-Longmire Furniture Company, reputedly housed the second largest furniture store in the country. Locally it was famous--and for old timers still is--for containing within itself an open space filled by a two-story model home, fully furnished.
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