Water Towers - Hot, Cold, and Woody Guthrie.

Hot, Cold and "Home of Woody Guthrie" Water Towers

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Okemah, Oklahoma

We've seen the old "Hot" and "Cold" water tower gag before, but Okemah's line of three municipal storage tanks offers a unique combo of labels.

And whoever ran the water company in Okemah when the last water tower went up must have had a sense of humor, if not more liberal politics than the rest of the town.

"Home of Woody Guthrie" was painted on Okemah's new onion-shaped water tower in 1972, back when most of Okemah still wanted nothing to do with its left-wing home town celebrity, and when most other towns were painting their water towers with smiley faces.

Hot, Cold and "Home of Woody Guthrie" Water Towers

Address:
Ash St., Okemah, OK
Directions:
I-40 exit 221. At Ash St. and S. 8th St.
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