In western Oklahoma, the section of Route 66 from Bridgeport to Hydro is considered distinctive since it marks a change in geography by providing the
During the Great Depression, the federal government provided funding for numerous projects meant to improve the quality of life for Americans. One such project was
All across Oklahoma, religious buildings hold a special place within a community. Unfortunately, many of Oklahoma’s early religious buildings suffer from decay and disrepair. Constructed
2015 marks the 80th anniversary of the Works Progress Administration legislation and today, many of the structures constructed during this time have fallen into disrepair.