Stuart Hotel

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Built: 1903 | Abandoned: 1903
Historic Designation: National Register of Historic Places
Status: Saved
Contributor: Preservation Oklahoma
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A family run hotel for railroad and pipeline workers in the only stop between Oklahoma City and McAlester, the Stuart Hotel was completed in 1903. Acting as a major social center for the small town and its visitors, the hotel was a popular and prosperous location until the Great Depression and a disastrous fire all but
cleared the town. Today, though it has been recently purchased by the City of Stuart, there is still much work needed to restore this hotel to its original state.

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