The Spaulding-Olive-Bagwell house – a handsome example of southern colonial revival style architecture, has been closely associated with several prominent local families. Originally built for judge George Spaulding, a U.S. commission in southern and southeastern Oklahoma. Subsequent owners were also involved in local government. Architecturally, the building is a remarkable local example of the colonial revival style. It is a two-story white frame house with a classical portico. The portico is supported by four massive Doric columns and topped by a balustrade. The roofline is broken by three gabled dormers. Listed in national register 9/28/1976.