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Lincoln Terrace

This preservation district, the Capitol-Lincoln Terrace Historic District, embraces 153 residences built almost exclusively in the 1920s and 1930s in architectural styles ranging from Spanish to some of the best examples of Tudor and Georgian Colonial in the city. All structures are brick but the Governor’s Mansion, which is of stone. Most are on medium-sized lots and well, if not elaborately, landscaped.The Capitol-Lincoln Terrace Historic District is rich in the handcrafted workmanship popular in the early decades of the 20th century. This includes superior brickwork, cut stone, intricate wrought ironwork, and fine glass and woodwork. Except for a few cases of neglect, all of the houses have been maintained in sound, near-original condition. All are in their original locations.The Capitol-Lincoln Terrace Historic District represents architecturally a unified, original, and well-preserved visual reminder of the free-wheeling lifestyles and tastes of the enterprising young pioneers who settled and built Oklahoma City.

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