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Tulsa’s iconic pub has to keep up with the growing competition.
A couple of low-cost options have proven successful in other cities.
Could Tulsa try something similar?
Built in 1927, it became one of five Ponca City buildings added last week to the National Register of Historic Places. Five listings at once would be remarkable for a major metropolitan area. For a town with a population under 30,000, it's a triumph that should leave Ponca bursting with civic pride. Especially because the listings include an industrial site like the Power Plant.
Built in 1927, the Municipal Light and Power Plant became one of five Ponca City buildings added in August 2019 to the National Register of Hi…
Built in 1922, the Ponca City Milling Company’s six-story grain elevator dominates the skyline. COURTESY/Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office
Temple Emanuel, built in 1964 and designed by local architect G. Harold Kanady, is one of Ponca City’s most striking Mid-Century Modern buildi…
This Italian Renaissance Revival house was built for oilman E.W. Marland’s sister between 1914 and 1916, a decade before the much larger and m…
Built in 1927, the Municipal Light and Power Plant became one of five Ponca City buildings added recently to the National Register of Historic…