Fairchild Winery Vault

Location Class:
Built: 1884 | Abandoned: 1884
Historic Designation: National Register of Historic Places (March 13, 1975)
Status: Endangered
Contributor: Preservation Oklahoma
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Fairchild Winery was the first winery to operate in Oklahoma Territory. Edward B.
Fairchild, an Englishman who arrived during the land run of 1889, built this 14’ x 41’ stone vault. Prohibition of alcohol in the new state caused Fairchild to sell his property in 1907. The vault is now vacant.

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