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Hall, J. M. (James Monroe), 1851-1935



Known as the "Father of Tulsa".

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Groceries and dry goods store, 1889

Identifier: 2006.012.16
Scope and Contents

A photographic reprint of a group of adult men pose on the porch outside the entrance to J. M. Hall's groceries and dry good store at 1st and Main Street, the first frame structure in what would become Tulsa.

Dates: 1889

Hall, J.M. (James Monroe), Undated

Identifier: 1981.008.4

J. M. Hall, approximately 1921

Identifier: 1000-152-229
Scope and Contents

A slide showing James Monroe Hall, considered by many to the be the “Father of Tulsa.” He arrived in 1882 with his brother Harry C. Hall. J. M. built a store, and laid out the first streets of Tulsa.

Dates: Other: approximately 1921

J. M. Hall's Store, 1883

Identifier: 1000-152-121
Scope and Contents

"Porch of Hall's Store, First and Main Street, where first sermon in Tulsa was preached."

Dates: Other: 1883

J. M. Hall's Store and Home, Undated

Identifier: 1000-152-122
Scope and Contents

A slide showing Hall's store as well as a second image depicting his home on Main.

Dates: Other: Undated