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Property Name Danholt
Reference Number 13000394
State Oklahoma
County Texas
Town Guymon
Street Address 1208 North May
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 6/14/2013
Areas of Significance Exploration/Settlement
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000394.pdf
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Danholt was constructed in 1911 for Anders L. Mordt, a land promoter. The building is eligible under Criteria B at the local level for Mordt's association with settlement in the panhandle region. It is the only building in Guymon Oklahoma associated with Mordt with architectural integrity. Located northeast of the downtown Guymon area it is a vernacular house that made a mark on the community of Guymon when it was opened and served as the identity for the Mordt family.

 

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