Place:Garber, Garfield, Oklahoma, United States

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NameGarber
TypeCity
Coordinates36.437°N 97.582°W
Located inGarfield, Oklahoma, United States
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Cemetery
Garber Cemetery
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Garber is a city in Garfield County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 845 at the 2000 census. The city is named after Martin Garber, father of Milton C. Garber, former U.S. Congressman, Enid Mayor, newspaper editor, and Judge. The Garber family participated in the Land Run of 1893, claiming the land that is now Garber, Oklahoma. In October 1899, the Garber Town Company, owned by brothers Milton C. and Burton A. Garber, platted the town.

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