Kingfisher Local Customs

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    As American As Apple Pie

    by mrclay2000 Written Sep 29, 2003

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    white-washed sidings and white pillars

    Though poverty is not unknown in Kingfisher, many of the town's neighborhoods consist of posh residences on the old Colonial or classic styles. White pillars, white-washed siding, gabled roofs, and brick chimneys are typical of such rural Oklahoma (and American) residences.

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    Panorama - In Paint and Profile

    by mrclay2000 Updated Sep 29, 2003

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    one of Kingfisher's murals takes up a whole block

    Like many of Oklahoma's smaller towns, one prominent building (or sometimes a silo) often serves for a large mural depicting life in Kingfisher, both past and present. Though some serve as a history lesson, giving dates and figures involved, the mural in Kingfisher (one of two along US-81) is rather a becoming panorama of life in the 1930s. Local artists are usually commissioned to do these works.

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