Beckham County Courthouse

Beckham County Courthouse104 S 3rd
Sayre, OK 73662

Phone: 580-928-2457
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The Beckham County Courthouse, constructed in 1911, is famous for its appearance in the classic movie "The Grapes of Wrath."  Featuring a blend of neo-classical and Renaissance revival styles, the Beckham County Courthouse is one of the few courthouses in the state topped by a large dome.  Still fully operational, the courthouse remains the center of civic and legal activity in the surrounding community.  The Beckham County Courthouse is a landmark of the area and stands tall in Sayre's main square overlooking the historic Mother Road.  When Route 66 was routed through Sayre ...

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