Tulsa, OK Photos

The core of Tulsa, Oklahoma has preserved several Art Deco buildings among modern highrises.

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Tulsa skyline. Tulsa, OK.Tulsa skyline with One Williams Center, First Place Tower, Mid-Continent Tower & Philtower. Tulsa, OK.One Williams Center at end of Broadway. Tulsa, OK.One Williams Center. Tulsa, OK.
Tulsa skyline. Tulsa, OK.Tulsa skyline with One Williams Center, First Place Tower, Mid-Continent Tower & Philtower. Tulsa, OK.One Williams Center at end of Broadway. Tulsa, OK.One Williams Center (1976) (52 floors). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Minoru Yamasaki & Assoc. + Henry C. Hwang & Partners.
One Williams Center towers over Mid-Continent Tower & 320 South Boston Building. Tulsa, OK.First Place Tower, One Williams Center, Mid-Continent Tower & Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower & First Place Tower. Tulsa, OK.Courtyard of First Place Tower. Tulsa, OK.
One Williams Center towers over Mid-Continent Tower & 320 South Boston Building. Tulsa, OK.First Place Tower, One Williams Center, Mid-Continent Tower & Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower & First Place Tower. Tulsa, OK.Courtyard of First Place Tower. Tulsa, OK.
First Place Tower. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower, 320 South Boston Building & First Place Tower at sunset. Tulsa, OK.320 South Boston Building. Tulsa, OK.Building with octagonal tower at Fifth Street & South Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK.
First Place Tower (1973) (40 floors) (15 East Fifth St.). Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower, 320 South Boston Building & First Place Tower at sunset. Tulsa, OK.320 South Boston Building (1917 & 1928) (22 floors). Tulsa, OK. Architect: George Winkler.Building with octagonal tower at Fifth Street & South Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK.
Octagonal tower on building at Fifth Street & South Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower over red Philtower tiled roof. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Crown of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.
Octagonal tower on building at Fifth Street & South Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower over red Philtower tiled roof. Tulsa, OK.Mid-Continent Tower (former Cosden Building) (1918) (36 floors) (401 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Style: Neo Gothic. Architect: Hoit, Price & Barnes. On National Register.Crown of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.
Facade of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Decorative gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Clock on corner of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Terra cotta gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.
Facade of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Decorative gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Clock on corner of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Terra cotta gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.
Terra cotta gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Atlas Life Building. Tulsa, OK.Neon Atlas sign showing Tulsa on globe on Atlas Life Building. Tulsa, OK.Sculpture of Atlas holding globe atop Atlas Life Building. Tulsa, OK.
Terra cotta gothic details of Mid-Continent Tower. Tulsa, OK.Atlas Life Building (1922) (12 floors) (415 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Rush, Endacott & Rush.Neon Atlas sign showing Tulsa on globe on Atlas Life Building. Tulsa, OK.Sculpture of Atlas holding globe atop Atlas Life Building. Tulsa, OK.
Neo Gothic upper facade of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Window surrounds of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Gargoyle holding highrise on facade of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.
Neo Gothic upper facade of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Philtower (1927) (24 floors) (427 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Edward Buehler Delk + Keene & Simpson. On National Register.Window surrounds of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.Gargoyle holding highrise on facade of Philtower. Tulsa, OK.
Grotesque figure carved on Philtower building. Tulsa, OK.Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Facade details of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Relief design details of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.
Grotesque figure carved on Philtower building. Tulsa, OK.Amoco North Building (1931) (14 floors) (511 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Smith & Senter.Facade details of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Relief design details of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.
Window surround of 1931 Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Tile details on Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Garden relief pattern of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Philcade Building [aka Amoco North Building]. Tulsa, OK.
Window surround of 1931 Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Tile details on Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Garden relief pattern of Amoco North Building. Tulsa, OK.Philcade Building [aka Amoco North Building] (1931) (14 floors) (511 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Smith & Senter. On National Register.
Philcade Building entrance. Tulsa, OK.Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.Elaborate tile work of Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.Spanish baroque decoration on Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.
Philcade Building entrance. Tulsa, OK.Adams Hotel Building (1928) (13 floors) (403 South Cheyenne Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Architect: Fleming & Fabry. On National Register.Elaborate tile work of Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.Spanish baroque decoration on Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.
Grotesque face carved on Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.Black & white glass building in downtown Tulsa. Tulsa, OK.First Christian Church. Tulsa, OK.Octagonal dome of First Christian Church. Tulsa, OK.
Grotesque face carved on Adams Hotel Building. Tulsa, OK.Black & white glass building in downtown Tulsa. Tulsa, OK.First Christian Church (1920) (913 South Boulder Ave.). Tulsa, OK. On National Register.Octagonal dome of First Christian Church. Tulsa, OK.
Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, OK.Gilcrease Museum. Tulsa, OK.Boston Avenue Methodist Church. Tulsa, OK.
Philbrook Museum of Art (2727 S Rockford Rd.). Tulsa, OK.Gilcrease Museum (1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd.). Tulsa, OK.Boston Avenue Methodist Church (1929) (1301 South Boston Ave.). Tulsa, OK. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Adah Robinson + Bruce Goff.

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