We understand how stressful these times are. We want you to know we are here to answer any questions you may have about a memorial for your family. Now would be a good time to e-mail us or call and get information together before the State opens back up. Please stay safe and we will get through this together.

The Willis Granite family

Willis Granite office in Granite, Oklahoma is open.  We are also able to work with families via e-mail,  phone 580-535-2184 or the web site request form .  We will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Willis Granite office in Oklahoma City is open.  We are also able to work with families via e-mail and phone 405-787-0444 and we will get back to you as soon as possible

The Willis Granite office in Stillwater is open.  We are also able to work with families via e-mail and phone 405-372-2127 and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Delhi Oklahoma Historical Monument

Delhi was once a bustling place in Oklahoma and is now only a small community. In 1888, Thomas and Millie Price were one of the first families to settle in this portion of Old Greer County, Texas, which is now south Beckham County, Oklahoma.

The Post Office was built in 1893, the cemetery in 1898, and the gin built by Thomas Price in 1900. Organizations like Woodmen of America and Masons were started in 1900.

In 1903, the one-roomed Delhi Academy was established. The academy was replaced by a consolidated school housed in a new three story red brick structure in 1921. Schools consolidated were Delhi Academy, Old Delhi Agnes, Greenhorn, and Friendship. During the 1930s, over 500 students were enrolled. The red brick school was replaced in 1940 with a new limestone building built by the WPA. In 1963, Delhi High School consolidated with Sayre and Erick. Delhi School was closed in 1968.

After a fire in the early 1920s burned most of the town, Delhi was rebuilt west of its original site and was called New Delhi for a while. At one time there were three general stores (Edgecomb’s, Barefield’s and Robinson’s), a garage, two cotton gins, a post office, a cafe, a baptist church, methodist church, and a doctor. Route 66 went through Delhi at one time. During World War II, an airstrip was built for the military in Delhi.

This historical was made possible by Delhi Alumni. Willis Granite is proud to have been a part of remembering Delhi, Oklahoma. For more information about getting a historical in your community, contact Willis Granite Products. Click Here Now to Contact Us

Our Office Locations

900 Quarry Dr, Granite, Oklahoma 73547
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8-12 & 1-5, Saturday By Appointment

Phone: 580-535-2184

302 E 6th Ave, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday 9-5, Saturday by appointment

Phone: 405-372-2127

3864 North MacArthur Boulevard, Warr Acres, Oklahoma 73122
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Friday10-5, Saturday 10-4

Phone: 405-787-0444