The monument atop Oklahoma reads as such (red text indicates uncertainty on my part):
Texas 31 miles due south.
Highest point in Oklahoma. 4972.97 feet above the sea as determined by a survey ordered by Governor Johnston Murphy and completed May 9, 1954 by Okla. Highway Dept. under direction of G.B. Stoldt, Dir., G.H. Bittle, Engr., G.H. Stout, Ch. Engr. P.S..
Survey Party: W.R. McLaughlin, Chief, C.O. Son, James Berry, E.M. Gladney, F.E. Hill, H.C. Husted, P.R. Irwin.
Kansas 53 miles ENE. New York City 1605 miles.
This obelisk contributed by The Tulsa Tribune, Jenkin Lloyd Jones ---- Editor ----
Cimarron County is the only one of America's 3070 counties that touches as many as four states.
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