Historic buildings -- Oklahoma -- Tulsa.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents From the Item: Consists of materials pertaining to Oklahoma and Oklahomans in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The Oklahoma Collection subsumes the old Oklahoma Ephemera, Oklahoma Historical Photos and Docs and Oklahoma Maps collections. Ephemera was a remnant of the McFarlin Reference Department's vertical files, the larger portion having been sent to the Tulsa City-County Library, which was kept during the late 1940s through the 1970s. The ephemera is comprised of press cuttings from...
Dates: 1864 - 1991
Scope and Contents Scrapbook of newsclippings, photographs and published ephemera documents the activities of this early Tulsa settler and businessman, and those of his family.Masterfile note: The scrapbook is organized as follows: Kennedy Building (First National Bank Director, Commercial Club and other early business interests); Oil Business (the Kennedy-Springer Osage lease); Spavinaw Water System; General and Shorthorn Sale (ranching activities); Children; Family; Various; Tulsa Pioneer History...
Dates: 1890 - 1970
Scope and Contents The Tulsa Art Deco collection consists of photographs of various Tulsa buildings, as well as some miscellaneous slides (probably rejections from a slide-tape presentation assembled at the same time as the book), research notes, background materials, interviews, and minutes from which the book was compiled. Also included are drafts and galleys of the book, page proofs and an unbound copy of the book, and six blueprints representing various Tulsa buildings which were built in the Art Deco style.
Dates: 1977 - 1981
Scope and Contents Research materials related to the history of Tulsa compiled for the purpose of writing a book on the topic sponsored by the Army Corps of Engineers in Tulsa. Items included are newspaper clippings, theses, pamphlets, newsletters, taped interviews and transcripts, and photographs. Some material related to Dr. Settle's dissertation on Jesse James and on dime novels. Dr. Settle was a faculty member of the history department at The University of Tulsa.
Dates: 1900 - 1985