GALLERY 5 MARLAND  MANSION, PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA

PRESERVATION ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

E.W. Marland was an oilman and the founder of Marland Oil Company.  He was also a United States Congressman and the 10th Governor of Oklahoma.  The mansion was constructed between 1925 and 1928, by Master Architect John Duncan.  In 1941, the Marland Mansion was sold to the Carmelite Fathers.  In 1948, the mansion was sold to the Felician Sisters.  In 1975, the mansion was purchased by the City of Ponca City.  

The Marland Mansion is a 55 room Italian Renaissance Mansion and contains approximately 43,500 square feet covering four levels.  It has 10 bedrooms, 7 fireplaces, and 3 kitchens.  The mansion sits on 30 acres.   




THE MARLAND MANSION
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
 

MARLAND MANSION 
FORMAL DINING ROOM 
 

ORNATE CEILING TILE 
MARLAND MANSION 
 

MARLAND MANSION LOBBY LEVEL 





E.W. MARLAND'S QUARTERS
 

 EAST SIDE VIEW OF MARLAND MANSION 
 

LYDIE MARLAND'S QUARTERS 
 

BREAKFAST ROOM 





BOAT HOUSE
 

GAZEBO 
 

STONEWORK ON THE MANSION 
 

LYDIE'S COTTAGE





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