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Guthrie Historic District
Set in downtown Guthrie, the Guthrie Historic District includes a variety of historic sites. Known as Oklahoma's Magic City, Guthrie was Oklahoma's capital until 1910, when the title moved to Oklahoma City.
The Historic District is comprised of more than 2,100 buildings in 1,400 acres of land. Step aboard the First Capital Trolley in the Historic District to hear a wonderful narrated tour of the area.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Carnegie Library, built in 1902, is Oklahoma's oldest Carnegie Library in existence. The Library is included in the Guthrie Museum Complex. Visit this Renaissance Revival style library to view the Rotunda and the intricately carved wood throughout the rooms.
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