Tulsa 1909

Tulsa 1909
Tulsa 1909 (click on photo to zoom)

Monday, December 13, 2010

Absentee Blogger



I didn't mean to put this blog on the back-burner during this busy time of the year, but that seems to be the case.  I will try to get something posted later on this week......   Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Tulsa Christmas Parade- 1940's

Tulsa's Christmas Parade was always held in the day so that people would stay and shop.  Like many, my sisters and I would always anticipate Santa's arrival at the end of the parade. This is from Jack Frank's movie collection. Enjoy!


Friday, December 3, 2010

Historic Holiday Gifts

As you all may know, I don't allow advertising on this website (other than what Google makes me have) because I don't want to junk it up and make it hard to navigate.  That being said, here is my one and only personal advertisement for two items.
*I have created a 2011 calendar for sale, highlighting some of early Tulsa's churches and schools.  You can check it out HERE.
*Also, there's this cookbook that I wrote awhile back.  You can purchase a copy of it at the gift kiosk at the Tulsa Historical Society or you can email me (tulsahistory@aol.com) and I will mail you a copy. You can see more about it HERE.
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OK, that's it for the self-promoting.  Hope everyone enjoys the holiday season.