Tonini & Bramblet

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Tonini & Bramblet was an Oklahoma City-based architectural firm which designed a number of courthouses in Oklahoma.

It was a partnership of Otto Hofman Tonini (1873-1971), who was born in Kentucky of German immigrant parents, and of Robert (Lorn) Bramblet. Partners in 1931 no longer included Bramblet but did include T. Wyman Thompson. The firm's office was in the Terminal Building in Oklahoma City. [1]

The firm was later named Hair, Tonini & Bramblet.

A number of the firm's works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. [2] [3]

Works include (with attribution):


The firm sued Mayes County, Oklahoma for breach of contract regarding a courthouse design for Mayes County, which was not built. The Supreme Court of Oklahoma ruled on the case in 1931. [4]

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  3. County Courthouses of Oklahoma TR