Bartlesville, OK Photos

Price Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright is the gem of this Oklahoma town founded on oil. The tradition has been extended to the Bartlesville Community Center designed in the Wright style.

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Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Upper story details of Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Facade of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Price Tower (1956) (19 floors). Bartlesville, OK. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.Upper story details of Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Facade of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Facade details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Vertical green louvers of FLW's Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Horizontal canopies of Price Tower by Wright. Bartlesville, OK.Window details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Facade details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Vertical green louvers of FLW's Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Horizontal canopies of Price Tower by Wright. Bartlesville, OK.Window details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Surface treatment of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Entrance overhang of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Driveway design of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Column details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Surface treatment of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Entrance overhang of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Driveway design of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Column details of Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Price Tower paired with Phillips Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Sixty-six sculpture by Robert Indiana against Price Tower to mark both Route 66 & Phillips 66 petroleum headquartered in Bartlesville. Bartlesville, OK.Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.Exterior details of round Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.
Price Tower paired with Phillips Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Sixty-six sculpture (2004) by Robert Indiana against Price Tower to mark both Route 66 & Phillips 66 petroleum headquartered in Bartlesville. Bartlesville, OK.Bartlesville Community Center (1982). Bartlesville, OK. Architect: William Wesley Peters of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.Exterior details of round Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.
Arches & curves of Bartlesville Community Center in Frank Lloyd Wright tradition. Bartlesville, OK.Entrance stairway in Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.Auditorium of Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.Circular ramp in Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.
Arches & curves of Bartlesville Community Center in Frank Lloyd Wright tradition. Bartlesville, OK.Entrance stairway in Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.Auditorium of Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.Circular ramp in Bartlesville Community Center. Bartlesville, OK.
Phillips Tower & Plaza Office Building. Bartlesville, OK.Phillips Tower. Bartlesville, OK.Plaza Office Building. Bartlesville, OK.Phillips Petroleum Building Welton Becket Assoc. & Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Phillips Tower & Plaza Office Building. Bartlesville, OK.Phillips Tower (1930) (14 floors). Bartlesville, OK. Architect: Keene & Simpson.Plaza Office Building (1987) (16 floors). Bartlesville, OK. Architect: Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum.Phillips Petroleum Building (1964) (19 floors) Welton Becket Assoc. & Price Tower. Bartlesville, OK.
Frank Phillips home. Bartlesville, OK.Frank Phillips home of one of founders of Phillips Petroleum. Bartlesville, OK.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Frank Phillips home (1107 S Cherokee Ave.). Bartlesville, OK. On National Register.Frank Phillips home of one of founders of Phillips Petroleum. Bartlesville, OK.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower (1956) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Cast aluminum armchair made for Price Tower (1956) by Frank Lloyd Wright at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.

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