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Oklahoma City, OK - Skirvin Hotel Reflections

The Skirvin Hotel built in 1910 by oilman W.B. Skirvin, who was determined to have the finest hotel in the Southwest. Opening its doors in 1911, the plush hotel had two, 10-story towers containing 224 rooms, was one of the first buildings in Oklahoma City to have air conditioning, then called "iced air,” had running ice water in each room, a ballroom that seated 500, and imported Austrian chandeliers that cost more than $100,000 each. Photo by David Fisk.

The hotel, in recent years re-opened after long abandonment, is said to be haunted.
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Oklahoma City, OK - Skirvin Hotel Reflections