From David Backlin
Mid-60s map scan from David Aldred.
Company started branding its own stations in the mid 1960s, first in Oklahoma City.
Deep Rock stations began converting to Kerr-McGee in the late 60s and the maps
from that time were dual-branded.
A Kerr-McGee station in Oklahoma on Route 66.
I didn't take good notes that day, but it is
somewhere east of Oklahoma City.
Taken in 1997 by John Cirillo.
Two views of a Kerr-McGee sign in Anna, Texas.
Taken June 5, 2005 by David Aldred.
Note: Sign is now gone as of 2007.
Kerr-McGee pumps on Hwy 32 in Marietta, Oklahoma.
Taken August 18, 2005 by David Aldred.
Abandoned Kerr-McGee bulk plant and station, Moran, TX.
Taken Dec. 2003 by David Aldred.
A 1976 map scan showing Kerr-McGee and Deep Rock.
From Robert Droz.
Note: Kerr McGee was purchased by Anadarko late in 2006. This happened
right after KM changed their logo on the building in downtown
Oklahoma City and had even started making TV commercials again
(even though they had no retail gasoline presence anymore).
As for the KM sign on the building in OKC, it is probably
gone or replaced by Anadarko by now.
Thanks to David Aldred for this information.