The historic post office in Waurika, Oklahoma was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses New Deal artwork inside, was completed in 1937 and is still in use today.
The historic post office in Waurika, Oklahoma houses New Deal artwork. The oil-on-canvasmural, entitled “Wild Geese,” was completed by Theodore Van Soelen in 1939 and installed in the post office lobby, where it is still viewable today.
State Highway 79 Bridge at the Red River which connects Jefferson County, OK with Clay County, TX. “State highway #79 bridge at the Red River is a camelback pony truss bridge built in 1939… This type of bridge is rare and this…read more