HISTORICAL SOCIETY
M I S S I O N   S T A T E M E N T
The mission of the Logan County Historical
Society is to conduct its activities in a manner
which shall serve to preserve and to perpetuate
the history of Logan County and its people.
Founded in 1900 the Logan County
Historical Society is responsible for
the preservation and restoration of
historic buildings and places in Logan
County, Oklahoma with particular
emphasis on Guthrie OK. Guthrie is a
National Historic Landmark and one
of The National Historic Trust's "Dozen
Distinctive Destinations" (Awarded to
Guthrie in 2004).

The architectural significance of the
Guthrie Historic District was the
inspiration for the LCHS annual
presentation of The Foucart Award for
excellence in restoration and
preservation. This prestigious honor
is presented to building owners each
year at the Society's Annual Banquet
and has become a benchmark for
excellence and a coveted prize for
it's recipients.

The Foucart Award, named after noted
architect Joseph Foucart, is also given
to individuals whose contributions to
preservation and restoration have
proven to be worthy of recognition.
The Blue Belle Saloon
Guthrie, Oklahoma
In 2003, The Logan County
Historical Society dedicated
itself to restoring a series of
22 historic markers in the
Guthrie Historic District which
have begun to deteriorate.

Located throughout the District
these markers give valuable
detailed information about the
building's history and architecture.
The Old Santa Fe Depot
Guthrie, Oklahoma
To reach The Logan County Historical Society, Call: 405.282.6000
THE
LOGAN COUNTY
The DeSteiguer
on Okahome
Avenue in the
Historic District
received The
Foucart Award
in 2003 as a
tribute to it's
restoration.  
OFFICE ADDRESS:
311 AIRPORT ROAD
GUTHRIE OK, 73044

PO BOX: 1512
GUTHRIE. OK 73044

405.282.6000
888.876.5591
TDD: 800.722.0353

SERVICE HOURS:
Monday - Saturday:
6am - 10pm