TULSA DECO, & Historic Photos & Ephemera
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Above:  We found this beautiful advertisement featuring Tulsa's Grand Opera House, on a brochure from 1909.  We took a high-resolution scan of the piece then tidied it up a bit so that we could recreate prints of this rare bit of history for your home or office! 

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Above: This is one of "That Man Stone's" famous, wide angle, group photos, dated 1906. This time signed F.L. Stone. The scanned image is over 4 feet long. Also written on front is "14th Annual Session Grand Lodge I.O.O.F Tulsa IT (Indian Territory) April 9-10-11-12 -06. The building in the center is Tulsa's Grand Opera House which was completed the year the photo was taken. The building is located on the north side of 2nd Street between Boston Ave. and Cincinnati. The building served both as a meeting place for large groups, and theater. It also housed offices, retail stores and the Tulsa Conservatory of Music. The building was torn down in 1972.

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