The Lawton Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, located at 410 Southwest 5th Street, serves as a landmark for downtown Lawton's central business district. The brick building, constructed in 1917, is an excellent example of the Neo-Classical style of architecture. During its opening, a local newspaper reported that it was "… by far the finest and best looking structure of which the city can boast."
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Founded in 1901, Lawton was the last of the Oklahoma boom towns fueled by the land run. The town quickly evolved into a trading center for the large surrounding farm area and nearby army post of Fort Sill. Major government buildings included a city hall, county courthouse and the Lawton Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse.
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