Mansion, Sculpture Once Well-Known by Area Residents

Spark a memory? This lovely sculpture previously stood on the site of the original Schwab Mansion (of Schwab Meat Co. fame) at South Broadway and 19th in Moore where Sunnyside Up diner now is located. Kathy Griffith—daughter of previous owners Norman and Rose Ann Bewley (and now a broker/co-owner of Prime Realty)—said that, sadly, after the oil boom bust, the two-story, Mediterranean-style mansion was torn down for commercial development in that area. The Naked Ladies sculpture is spending the last part of its 100-year existence in Cleveland County on the grounds of Kathy Schwab’s current home in Quail Creek. Inset: photo of the old Schwab Mansion