a c trumbo

This home, at 1321 West Broadway, built in 1906 by A. C. Trumbo, is a replica of one of Mark Twain's homes. Mr. Trumbo was the son-in-law of A. W. Patterson and both men were pioneer bankers and promoters of Muskogee and early Arkansas River navigation. Together, these 2 men provided the financing for Muskogee's Convention Hall, scene of the Trans-Mississippi Congress in 1907.

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