The renovated Mid-Continental Life building is now home to the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum. Built in 1925 by Solomon Andrew Layton, the neoclassical building was built from 12 train cars loads of Indiana limestone, slabs of Alabama marble and British Honduran mahogany wood. Today the building remains in pristine condition.
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The renovated Mid-Continental Life building is now home to the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum. Built in 1925 by Solomon Andrew Layton, the neoclassical building was built from 12 train cars loads of Indiana limestone, slabs of Alabama marble and British Honduran mahogany wood. Today the building remains in pristine condition.