Oklahoma County Courthouse
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
 Completed - 1936
Architect - Layton, & Forsyth
Photos: Robert Deering
1902 Courthouse
1967 County Office Building
Linked to 1936 Courthouse

COUNTY ORGANIZED: 1907 from Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Territory.

The principle community of the area originally known as Oklahoma Station, a stop on the Santa Fe Railroad, and now Oklahoma City.

COUNTY SEAT NAMED FOR: Oklahoma is derived from two Choctaw words; "okla" meaning people, and "humma" meaning red, literally meaning "red people."

COURTHOUSES: Two - 1902 and 1937

 One - 1937 Art Deco building linked by crosswalks to a 1967 modern county office building.

ADDRESS: 320 Park Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Portion of a Large Sculpture Depicting the Land Run of 1889
Figures Are Two to Three Times Life Size
Photo: 4/10/2013
Brick Town Section of Oklahoma City
Old Warehouse District Turned into Shops and Restaurants
Photo: 10/8/2012
Oklahoma City Redhawks AAA Ballpark
Located in Brick Town Section
Photo: 10/8/2012
Devon Energy Center
The Tallest Building in Oklahoma - 50 Floors - 850 Feet High
Completed in 2012

Photo: 4/11/2013
Oklahoma City Municipal Building
Completed in 1936
Photo: 4/11/2013
Civic Center Music Hall
Completed in 1936
Photo: 4/11/2013

Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City
Completed in 1917 - Dome Added in 2002
Photo: 4/11/2013
Oklahoma Publishing Company Building
Now Serves as the YMCA
Completed in 1909
Skydance Pedestrian Bridge Over I-40
An Interpretation of the Scissor-Tail Fly Catcher
Photo: 4/10/2013
U. S. Post Office and Courthouse
Completed in 1912
Photo: 4/11/2013
First Baptist Church of Oklahoma City
Photo: 8/12/2006
Skyline View From Bricktown
Photo: 10/8/2012
Union Railroad Station
Now Serves as Offices for the

Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority
Photo: 4/11/2013