17 June 2005
The State Historic Preservation Review Committee is evaluating sites to recommend for the National Register, including the Edwards Neighborhood, north of NE 10th and Grand, the first postwar suburban development on the city's largely-black northeast side.
Also up for consideration are the Sieber Hotel in midtown, and the Will Rogers Park Gardens and Arboretum near NW 36th and Grand.
The Committee will meet on 21 July at 10 am at the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the meeting is open to the public. (If you'd like to nominate a site, here are the rules.)Posted at 7:25 AM to City Scene