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Will Rogers & Sequoyah Bldgs Oklahoma City early 1960s
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Will Rogers & Sequoyah Bldgs Oklahoma City early 1960s
Will Rogers & Sequoyah Bldgs Oklahoma City early 1960s

Will Rogers & Sequoyah Bldgs Oklahoma City early 1960s

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"Will Rogers and Sequoyah Buildings; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma--These modernistic buildings, housing State and Federal offices, are a part of the Capitol complex. They are named in honor of Sequoyah, famous Cherokee Indian chief who invented the Cherokee alpahbet, and Will Rogers, Oklahoma's favorite son and world-famous humorist. 'The Avenue of Trees,' a part of the landscaping, is made up of 77 trees; each tree represents one of Oklahoma's 77 counties." Mild/moderate edge and corner wear; darkening/spotting along bottom of reverse (see scan). No marks or postage.
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