Sealy House. This home was once located at 15 Stiles Circle. I've included it because it was declared eligible for the National Register of Historic Places by the State Historic Preservation Office. According to information at the Library of Congress' American Memory pages, it was constructed in 1916 and faced southwest toward downtown. Information there reads, "The Sealy Home, named for the first occupant, is architecturally significant as a rare type of housing style in Oklahoma City. It is a Prairie/Four Square type of house, with unusually dominant brick columns extending from the ground level to the second floor roof line. Adding to the unique quality of the home is the use of contrasting, polychrome brick detail. In May of 1985 this home was declared eligible for the National Register of Historic Places by the State Historic Preservation Office." I am unaware of what became of it. For more about the house, go to the Library of Congress' American Memory and search for "Oklahoma City," source of the photos below.




Go To Top

Doug Dawgz Home Page        Vintage OKC Clickable Map        Vintage OKC Clickable Index

E-mail your comments, corrections, suggestions, etc.