Buildings of Texhoma and their History
Adopted from Ginger Roach's The History of Texhoma's Downtown
|Main Street west of Second Street, north side|
|The Texhoma Times building ??
First National Bank built their new building in 1980. It is owned by Jack Freeman and sons. Mark, Luke and Paul. It's address is 222 West Main and is just west of the Texhoma Public Library.
|The Texhoma Public Library is located on the north side of Main Street next to the First National Bank. It was a gift to the city given by Jesse and Esther Riffe and was built in 1956. Librarians have been Mrs. C.C. Reed, Mrs. Gevena Carlile, Mrs. Fred Krull. Tim and Vicki Butts, Lula Belle Hollis, currently Carol Kobel is the present librarian.|
|The small yellow double brick building across the street on the north side of Main had the Aycock Real Estate on the east side. Later it served as Jesse Riffe's office. The west side was Dr Morgan's Dental Office. Mrs. Butts had a dress shop in the rear section. Later Gus and Erous Berry had their barber and Beauty shop here. Other beauty shop owners have been Virgie Hager. Jesse Freer, Brenda Connolly. Becky Lansdown and last was Bill Wooten Real Estate. West Side is now empty.
Buss Johnson family currently use the east side for their farm office.
This picture is textured because it was taked from the textured cover of Volume 9, Panhandle Pioneers
|The northwest side of Main on the corner- until recently was the home of the Texhoma Hotel. Torn down in 1986 it started life in 1922 as the Tranquility Hotel. Later renamed Texhoma Hotel and was owned by George and Mona Butterbaugh. it served as social center for many years. It was the site for many dances. banquets and housed many of Texhoma's teachers through the years. Later owners and operators included Morris Freeman. J.C. Bell. Bill Sisk. Mrs. S.S. Jackson and Lance Andrews. The Alan Hedricks last used it as a private home.
To commemorate Texhoma's centennial, 1901-2001, the Texhoma Rotary Club along with the The Riffe Foundation transformed the empty lot into Centennial Park complete with a Monument.
2nd Street north of Main Street
2nd Street north of Main Street, east side
2nd Street north of Main Street, west side
2nd Street south of Main Street
2nd Street south of Main Street, east side
2nd Street south of Main Street, west side
Main Street east of 2nd Street
Main Street, east of 2nd, north side
Main Street, east of 2nd, south side
Main Street west of 2nd Street
Main Street west of 2nd Street, north side
Main Street west of 2nd Street, south side
Along Highway 54
Highway 54 Businesses, north side
Highway 54 Businesses, south side, west of 2nd Street
Highway 54 Businesses, south side, east of 2nd Street
Some Other Businesses
Texhoma's Location and History