The Tulsa World has published an all-new hardcover coffee-table book celebrating some of the best and most significant architecture in the city.
Order now at buildingtulsabook.com.
“Building Tulsa: The Story of A City and Its World-Class Architecture” is written by Tulsa World Staff Writer Michael Overall. The 160-page book tells the story of how the pioneers and tycoons who came here wanted a city they could be proud of. They set out to make some of the most lavish and creative architecture in the country.
Here are the 29 buildings profiled in the book.
320 South Boston Building
Holy Family Cathedral
Philbrook Museum of Art
Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church
Boston Avenue United Methodist Church
Will Rogers High School
Daniel Webster High School
First National Bank building
Robert Jones House
Tulsa International Airport Terminal
River Spirit Expo
University Club Tower
Bank of Oklahoma Tower
Chamber of Commerce Building
Pre-order 'Building Tulsa' and save $15
'Building Tulsa,' a new book celebrating Tulsa's architecture
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