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Kenwood Historic District

of Enid, Oklahoma

Kenwood-Enid Historic District
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The Kenwood-Enid Historic District in Oklahoma sets the stage for the story of Enid when it was first settled in 1893. Since then, chapters continue to unfold daily along its picturesque streets and buildings.

What makes the Kenwood Historic District unlike any other area of Enid?

It offers visitors a window into the past with beautifully preserved and masterfully renovated historical buildings.

Check out a recent article by Emily Summars (December 7, 2015) who works at Enid News:
Homes for the Holidays

Our Mission & Goals

To provide an exchange of information about the Kenwood area and raise funds for the Kenwood Historic District in Enid, Oklahoma.
To create awareness of the Kenwood Historic District and provide a vehicle of communication for, and about the Kenwood area in Enid, Oklahoma.

The Kenwood area of Enid is bounded by Van Buren on the West, Chestnut on the North, Randolph on the South and Washington on the East.

The Kenwood Historic District lies within those boundaries, specifically with Madison on the West, Washington on the East, Walnut on the North and Maple on the south.

If you reside in this District, you may wish to apply to the National Park Service for historic status designation for your home or building. We will try to provide a link, or possibly even the official application for downloading, with instructions on where to send it for approval.

We would like to thank you for visiting our site and for your interest in this project. Be sure to check back often for updates.

Recent articles by Enid News:

Kenwood Historic District festival to coincide with Cherokee Strip days
Kenwood Festival not dampened by rain
Enid residents remember heritage

SUBMISSIONS WANTED! If you have any old photos, facts, or stories, or any historical information related to Enid that you would like to share with us, please contact us and we will add your submissions to the site. We will be happy to give you credit, or if you would like to contribute anonymously, we will respect your wishes.

Thank you!

We would like to thank the folks who have contributed to the Kenwood Historic District development, the planning for the Kenwood Golden Days Festival, and this site: Acknowledgments

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