Bruce Goff built this residence in the Wetzler subdivison near the University of Oklahoma. "This one-story wood frame house had a limited budget, resulting in an economical rectilinear plan with stone and wood siding. The kitchen has an inverted butterfly roof with an angular window mullion pattern. Some of the glazing has been altered."
--Brackin, N. (Ed.). (2005-2006). Bruce Goff Oklahoma Guide (Friends of Kebyar, 22.1 (71)). Friends of Kebyar, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia. p. 35
Keywords: Oklahoma, Cleveland County, Norman, residential structures, housing, stone, stonework. Submitted by Timothy H. Crowther.