Drummond Home News

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

Nestled in the heart of the Osage Hills, in the township of Hominy, Okla. is the Drummond home — ancestral home to Cattleman/Rancher Frederick Drummond and his wife, Addie Gentner Drummond.

The home site sits as a majestic treasure and is a beautiful example of by gone days. Owned and operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society since 1980, the home is a three story Victorian style built in 1905. It features a central square tower, second floor balcony, and false dormers. The first floor is constructed of native sandstone, while the second and third floors are framed covered by painted wood shake shingles of light and dark green. Light for the home was supplied by a gas generating unit in the basement and water from the cistern was distributed by air pressure. Inside, the home is furnished with most of the original rugs, furniture, and personal items.

If you enjoy old home sites and have a love of history, then you must come and see the home and take a tour. Our days of operation are Wednesdays through Saturdays with tours given between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4 p.m. and Sundays from 1- to 4 p.m. There is a small admission fee taken at the door of $3 for adults, $2.50 for Seniors, and $1 for children 6 years of age to 18 years old.

We are located at 305 North Price, Hominy, OK 74035. If you would like to call our phone number is 918-885-2374.