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Tulsa, OK's second-largest city, was the oil industry's business center in the 1920s. Money made in nearby oil fields was spent on lavish buildings.

New York and Los Angeles have more art deco buildings, but Tulsa has a higher percentage, including much of downtown.

This gallery showcases art and architecture from roughly 1915-35. Other Tulsa images are in the Rt 66 OKLAHOMA gallery.

These images are only offered here. The copyright watermark does not appear.

Categories & Keywords
Category:City Scenes
Subcategory:Buildings
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:1920s, Art, Deco, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Tulsa, architecture

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