Just look at those columns on the facade of the National Bank of Commerce! They are wonderful. Tulsa has a very rich architectural heritage for a city it size. The school buildings of the twenties, the art deco buildings of the thirties are all lovely examples of the built environment. Thanks for sharing them.
I am so thankful for your picture of the National Bank of Commerce. Could you please tell me how to find that picture. I have searched for it in the Bery Ford Collection every way I can think of.Thanks for your time.
I am so thankful for your image of the National Commerce Bank. Can you please tell me how to find it. I searched the Beryl Ford collection every way I could think of.Thank you.
Lisa these came from a little book I own from 1927.
Thank you for your reply.Would you mind sharing the name of the book? I would like to find a copy if possible.
The post before this one (Part 1) shows the front cover of the booklet.http://www.tulsagal.net/2010/07/tulsa-1927-part-1.htmlNancy
Thank you again. You may be the only owner of this book. I am really interested only in information about the National Bank of Commerce. Is there anything written to go with the image?
No, sorry no other information. This was just a promotional booklet (i.e. mostly ads) for the I.P.E. that year.
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