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Photo Scavenger Hunt II

Where Am I?

Here's the second installment of the exciting game show that's sweeping the country!

Where Am I?
Congratulations to Derek Lee who correctly identified the super-sleek columns of the Stillwater National Bank building in Stillwater, Oklahoma. An official Oklahoma Modern t-shirt is headed your way!

Sleek in Stillwater
The 1967 Stillwater National Bank Building
at 6th and Main in Stillwater.

Now, let's start the next round!

As you may remember- the photos will be an architectural detail located somewhere within Oklahoma. If you think you know the location submit your guess via email to contest@oklahomamodern.us. A winner will be chosen at random from the correct answers submitted and that lucky person will win some fabulous prize from one of our wonderful sponsors!

Ready?

Here's our second round clue:

Where am I?

Think you know the answer?
Send it to contest@oklahomamodern.us

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