Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: Midtown Oklahoma City: Photo 11
This is 2317 S. Byers, close to the previous two southside houses. It was built in 1910 and is now another Home Equities property. In the back yard is one of the very few derricks surviving in the city. The Oklahoma City Field blew in during 1928. Most of the derricks are gone and most of the wells abandoned, but this dinosaur remains active, managed by the local and tenacious White Operating Company.
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