T.B. Ferguson Home [OK]
The Ferguson Mansion was built in 1907. T.B. Ferguson was appointed to serve as Oklahoma's sixth territorial governor by President Theodore Roosevelt and governed from November 1901 until January 1906, longer than any other territorial governor. In 1927, the famous novelist Edna Ferber stayed in the Ferguson home where she found much of the material for her novel, Cimarron.
The home offers tours.