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Hawk & Parr was an architectural firm in Oklahoma. It designed many buildings that are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Its Mission/Spanish Revival style Casa Grande Hotel, for example, was built in 1928 and was listed on the National Register in 1995.[1]

It was a partnership of James Watson Hawk (born 1864),[2] also known as J.W. Hawk, and Josepheus O. Parr (died 1940),[3] also known as J.O. Parr. Hawk had worked as an architect in Oklahoma City since 1905; Parr arrived in 1911; the partnership ran from 1914 to 1932 when Hawk retired.[4]

Works (with variations of attribution) include:

  • Besse Hotel, 121 E. 4th St., Pittsburg, KS (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Biltmore Hotel, Oklahoma City, OK, no longer surviving[4]
  • Casa Grande Hotel, 103 E. Third St., Elk City, OK (Hawk and Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Commerce Exchange Building, Oklahoma City, OK, no longer surviving[4]
  • Cotton-Exchange Building, 218 N. Harvey St., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Farmers National Bank, Oklahoma City, OK, no longer surviving[4]
  • Garfield County Courthouse, W. Broadway, Enid, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1][5]
  • W. T. Hales House, 1521 N. Hudson Ave., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Harbour-Longmire Building, 420 W. Main St., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Hightower Building, 105 N. Hudson, Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk, J.W. and Parr, J.O.), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Magnolia Petroleum Building, 722 N. Broadway St., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Noble County Courthouse, 300 Courthouse Drive, Perry, Oklahoma, NRHP-listed
  • McClain County Courthouse, Courthouse Sq., Purcell, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Norman Public Library, 329 S. Peters Ave., Norman, OK (Hawk and Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Oklahoma Club, Oklahoma City, OK, no longer surviving[4]
  • One or more works in Oklahoma College for Women Historic District, Roughly bounded by Grand Ave., 19th St., Alabama Ave., and alley west of 15th St., Chickasha, OK (Smith & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Perrine Building, Oklahoma City, OK, built 1927[4]
  • Pilgrim Congregational Church, 1433 Classen Dr., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Plaza Court, 1100 Classen Dr., Oklahoma City, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Will Rogers Hotel, 524 W. Will Rogers Blvd., Claremore, OK (Hawk and Parr), NRHP-listed[1][a]
  • Scottish Rite Temple, 900 E. Oklahoma, Guthrie, OK (Parr & Hawk), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Tonkawa Lodge No. 157 A.F. & A.M., 112 N. 7th St., Tonkawa, OK (Hawk & Parr), NRHP-listed[1]
  • Tradesman's National Bank, Oklahoma City, OK, built 1921[4]
  • Winfield Public Carnegie Library, 1001 Millington St., Winfield, KS (Parr,J.D.), NRHP-listed[1]


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Notes

  1. ^ No longer a hotel, has been renovated for use as senior citizens apartments. See Claremore, Oklahoma


References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  2. ^ Joseph Bradfield Thoburn (1916). A standard history of Oklahoma, Volume 3. American Historical Society.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ a b c d e f g Terry L. Griffith (November 1999). Oklahoma City: Statehood to 1930. ISBN 9780738503141.
  5. ^ County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR
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