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Miller Historic District

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Miller Historic District
East Alameda Street and Classen Blvd.

The Miller (and Chautauqua) Historic Districts are made up of approximately 150 historical homes each built between 1910 and 1938, with the majority of the development occurring in the 1920's. The Miller Historic District is predominately a residential area and significant for the role it played in the urban development of Norman, and for its excellent collection of eclectic residential architecture built between 1910 and 1938. The Bungalow, a nationally popular subtype of the Craftsman style, represents the predominate architecture of the District. The majority of these homes were build in the 1920's. The District is roughly bounded by Symmes Street on the north, Classen Avenue on the east and Miller Avenue running northwest to southeast.


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