Historic Tulsa blog

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Bill Miller has launched a blog devoted to the history of Tulsa and, in particular, to the history of Tulsa's buildings.

Most of the entries on the Historic Tulsa blog are about a particular building -- some well-known (Riverside Studio / Spotlight Theater), but many that are obscure (e.g., the William D. Whenthoff residence, a streamline Art Deco design by Joseph Koberling on College Ave. south of 11th Street).

If you're into Tulsa history, you'll want to add Historic Tulsa blog to your feed reader.

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sidburgess Author Profile Page said:

Great find Michael! I am specifically in the history of Tulsa, and I do love looking at old buildings. They teach us a lot about our history as a people (form, placement, etc).

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