First National Bank and Trust Company Building

300 W. 6th St., Perry, Oklahoma


Horseshoe window

Photo taken by Wes Kinsler in July 2010



Street View 

National Register information 

Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on May 16, 1979
Reference number
Area of significance
Level of significance
Evaluation criteria
C - Design/Construction
Property type
Historic function
Financial institution
Current function
Period of significance
Significant year


20th Century (29,077)
Bank (1,285)
Brick (42,460)
Built 1902 (783)
Built during 1900s (9,087)
Commercial building (5,599)
Have Street View (43,328)
Joseph P. Foucart (1)
Noble County, Oklahoma (20)
Oklahoma (1,752)
Perry, Oklahoma (9)
Private owner (54,396)
Stone (26,162)

Update Log 

  • February 7, 2018: New Street View added by Bill Eichelberger
  • July 4, 2010: New photos from Wes Kinsler



First National Bank and Trust Company Building
Posted May 23, 2016, by Elaine Smith Elder (elderlarrym [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Thanks for posting the photos. The lot that the bank stands on is where my great grandfather, John S. Smith, staked his claim on 16 Sep 1893. The lot was contested by five other individuals, but he was awarded the lot in Jan 1895.

"John Smith received word Tuesday from the townsite board at Perry, that the decision of that board was in his favor for one of the most valuable business corners in that town. The lot is worth $3,000. John is feeling jubilant over his success." -Tecumseh Herald, 19 Jan 1895

"Jas. [John] S. Smith, of the Smith Bros. grocery firm, was awarded lot 27 in block 24, by the local townsite board yesterday. This is one of the most valuable lots in the city. It is the one known as the "Pabst brewery" lot, and is located at the corner of Sixth and C. Mr. Smith is to be congratulated in winning this important case." -Perry Daily Times, 16 Jan 1895