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Pittsburg County Oklahoma Historical Markers

 
Busby Office Building and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., March 10, 2014
Busby Office Building and Marker
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — Busby Office Building
Built by Great Western Coal and Coke Company 1903 National Register of Historic Places 9 December 1979 Given to City of McAlester 18 March 1987 by Elmer "Bud" Hale, Jr. — Map (db m73431) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — German Castle
Built by German P.O.W.s in 1943 — Map (db m73441) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — Largest Lump of McAlester Coal
Weight 2½ tons From the Homer Mine Presented by McAlester Fuel Co. 1921 — Map (db m73435) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — Scottish Rite Temple
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73438) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73444) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all men and women of the United States Armed Forces Past - Present - Future — Map (db m73432) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), McAlester — William Mark Sexson Memorial1877 - 1953
Founder International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Author of the Ritual "I do set my bow in the cloud." Genesis 9:13 — Map (db m73443) HM
Oklahoma (Pittsburg County), Savanna — 212 — Dr. J. E. Wright
J.E. Wright, D.D.S., opened first permanent dental office in the Indian Territory, Savanna, 1885. He practiced as itinerant dentist at Tishomingo Academy, Stonewall, Johnsonville, and White Bead Hill before settling in Savanna. Moved to South . . . — Map (db m26088) HM

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