Mayo Hotel

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Built: 1925 | Abandoned: 1981
Historic Designation: National Register of Historic Places (June 27, 1980)
Status: Saved
Contributor: • Preservation Oklahoma
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The Mayo Hotel was built in 1925, designed by architect George Winkler, and financed by John D. and Cass A. Mayo. The base of two-story Doric columns supports fourteen floors marked with false terracotta balconies, and a two-story crown of stone and a dentiled cornice. At the time the 600-room hotel was the tallest building in Oklahoma. Ceiling fans in each room and Tulsa’s first running ice water made the hotel a haven from summer heat.

(Photo by Camerafiend at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0 <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/>, via Wikimedia Commons)

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