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P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK



B&W Photos

HB985827
North (front) Facade

HB985828
North And West Facades From Northwest

HB985829
West Facade

HB985830
Detail: Tower

HB985831
Detail: Front Entrance

HB985832
Detail: Window Left Of Entrance

HB985833
Detail: Window, Porch Level, West Facade

HB985834
Detail: Second Floor Windows

HB985835
Detail: From Rear

HB985836
Detail: South Wall

HB985837
Interior: Entry Hall

HB985838
Interior: Entry Hall Staircase

HB985839
Interior: Living Room

HB985840
Detail: Dining Room Fireplace

HB985841
Interior: Bedroom


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Item Title


Location
401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, OK

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS OK-15
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-16, FN-17).
Building/structure dates: 1894 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1903 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1908 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1948 subsequent work
Significance: This picturesquely massed house of 1895, built of local red sandstone and brick, was a point of pride in many of the early promotional publications of Guthrie, pointed out as a stately home and the first brick residence ever constructed in the town. It is one of two residential buildings which can be documented as the work of the important Guthrie architect Jospeh Foucart and illustrates important aspects of his style. Built for a prominent territorial period businessman, the structure was the site of numerous gatherings of the local elite.

Subjects
Stone Buildings (sandstone)
Brick Buildings
Houses


Related Names
Foucart, Joseph
Gryb, Barry, Field Team
Takenaka, Howard, Field Team
Barrett, William E., Photographer
Hnedak, John, Historian
Robbins, John, Delineator
Smith, Julian, Delineator


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH (FRONT) FACADE
2. NORTH AND WEST FACADES FROM NORTHWEST
3. WEST FACADE
4. DETAIL: TOWER
5. DETAIL: FRONT ENTRANCE
6. DETAIL: WINDOW LEFT OF ENTRANCE
7. DETAIL: WINDOW, PORCH LEVEL, WEST FACADE
8. DETAIL: SECOND FLOOR WINDOWS
9. DETAIL: FROM REAR
10. DETAIL: SOUTH WALL
11. INTERIOR: ENTRY HALL
12. INTERIOR: ENTRY HALL STAIRCASE
13. INTERIOR: LIVING ROOM
14. DETAIL: DINING ROOM FIREPLACE
15. INTERIOR: BEDROOM


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