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Osage Bank of Fairfax

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Food Bus visits Fairfax

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RARE - OSAGE INDIANS FILM - 1920s film Osage Native Americans in Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma

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The Osage Bank of Fairfax was the first bank building built in Osage County. It was built in 1904, at the time of the Oklahoma oil boom. It is one of four small bank buildings built in Richardsonian Romanesque style in Osage County, Oklahoma during 1904-1911. The others are Bank of Hominy, Bank of Burbank, and Bank of Bigheart.
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