From my Oklahoma City postcard collection…
From the cars in the photo, it appears this was taken in the early 1960’s.
The Skirvin Hotel – From Wikipedia…
First opened in 1911, the Skirvin Hotel contained 224 rooms in a ten-story two-winged tower. A third 12-story wing was added in 1925, and then in 1929–30 all three wings were leveled off to 14 floors with a total of 525 rooms. The hotel is named for its founder, William Balser “Bill” Skirvin, whose daughter, Perle Mesta, became the ambassador to Luxembourg under Harry Truman.
Rumors of a haunting in the hotel persist, and were even cited by New York Knicks players as a reason for poor play after the team stayed at the hotel the night before a 12 January 2010 game. Supposedly, the hotel’s original owner had an affair with a maid that led to a pregnancy. To avoid scandal, the maid was locked on the top floor where she went crazy, gave birth and then jumped out a window killing herself and the baby, without notice in newspapers. Since then, guests have reported hearing a wailing infant, seeing naked female ghosts and one man claims he was sexually assaulted by an apparition.
The hotel reopened 26 February 2007 after a renovation project restored the original exterior finish, installed historically accurate windows, reconfigured guest rooms and added new guest elevators.