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Soloman Andrew Layton

Soloman Andrew Layton

This Cupola was preserved from the Baum Building, one of Oklahoma City's most beautiful structures. Its design was adopted from the famous Doge's Palace in Venice by Oklahoma's foremost pioneer architect, S. A. Layton. His firm also created the State Capital and Historical Society Building.

Oklahoma Historical Society, 1972

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Old Oklahoma Historical Society Building Also known as Wiley Post Historical Building 2100 Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City Located on the lawn on west side of building

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