Caddo County

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Caddo County is named for the Native American word “Kaddi” which means “life” or “chief”.


Created:  August 6, 1901

County Seat:

Anadarko  1901 – present


County Courthouse – Anadarko 


Location:  201 West Oklahoma Avenue / SW 2nd Street

Built:  1957 – 1958

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Noftsger-Lawrence and Associates of Oklahoma City

Contractor:  Barbour and Short


Description:  The building faces east and is a two story buff colored brick and concrete  structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds in the center of Andrako.  On the east front the north and south one short wings extend from the main building. The central recessed entrances have a high green colored stone wall between. The windows on the second story project from the building. A white colored cornice runs along the flat roof line. An addition was added in 1968.


Note:  The county used a tent on the Courthouse Square in Andrako until the first one story wood frame courthouse was built in 1901. A second story was added. The second courthouse was a three story brick structure designed by J H Bennett and constructed by H J Van Denburg Construction Company in 1902. The third and present courthouse was constructed in 1958.



N – Blaine County and Canadian County

E – Canadian County and Grady County

S – Comanche County

W – Kiowa County, Washiita County and Custer County 





County Courthouse – Andrako

























Photos taken 2010