Sleep Inn And Suites Guthrie

414 Heather Rd, Guthrie, Oklahoma, 73044-0908, United States
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Travel Tips for Guthrie

City and County

by mrclay2000

Guthrie is both the county seat of Logan county and the largest town therein. Accordingly it has both a county courthouse and a civic town hall. The former is a nondescript box of no especial aesthetic virtue, while the latter is a new and somewhat overblown structure at the NW corner of Second and Oklahoma. Depending on which government agency you need, you need not walk far between the two.

Carriage Ride - Once the Only Way To Go

by mrclay2000

At the turn of the century, obviously the only viable modes of transportation within town were the foot or the horse. Today, Guthrie continues the practice of carriage rides, though like other businesses it shuts down for the major holidays and also 89er Day (April 22). This (not so) handsome couple just got married.

Guthrie Housing Styles III

by mrclay2000

Finally (as to housing styles), this gem in a regular old neighborhood looks much closer to the Colonial Revival than anything previously seen. While Guthrie has its share of tiny one- and two-room shacks, the sheer size of some of these mansions proves that the elite of local society do not necessarily gravitate to the larger cities. The same architectural styles for private homes that swept the country from 1895 to 1925 touched places like Chicago and Guthrie alike.

First United Presbyterian Church

by mrclay2000

First United Presbyterian also graces church row with its imposing red facade, its Gothic-like belltower or campanile and its main stained-glass window in the sanctuary. None of the churches being open on Saturdays, it would do well to call ahead if you intend to visit Guthrie in order to appreciate the stained glass in the sanctuaries. In any event, First United Presbyterian possesses all the characteristic qualities that make hometown churches as enjoyable as those in the bigger cities.

If Walls Could Talk

by mrclay2000

Madame lived in an upstairs apartment near the stairwell, and thus was the first person to greet prospective clients, or police detectives, or both (if they came off duty). Historically the fire station has always been located "across the street." Strangely, the first Firemen's Ball in Guthrie was held at Miss Lizzie's. There remain today many legends of "firemen who helped ladies upstairs over the years."

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Address: 414 Heather Rd, Guthrie, Oklahoma, 73044-0908, United States