Fred Drummond Home


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The Drummond Home in Hominy is a three-story Victorian home built by turn-of-the-century business leader and cattleman/rancher Frederick Drummond and his wife Adeline Gentner. The sandstone home was completed in 1905 and has been restored by the Oklahoma Historical Society. Visitors will find colorful wallpaper, stained glass windows and a charming pink parlor perfect for greeting guests. The home's furnishings are original, and the upstairs bathroom features a whimsical, child-sized bathtub. Guided tours of this beautiful home are available. **


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305 North Price Avenue, Hominy, Oklahoma


36.418080, -96.394284
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** Description from TravelOK.com

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