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Boston Avenue Methodist Church
Tulsa, OK
The Boston Avenue Methodist Church was built in 1929. It features a 258 foot tall tower and a 1,800 seat auditorium. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Warehouse Market
Tulsa, OK
The Warehouse Market was built in 1929 as the Public Market. It housed the Warehouse Market from 1938 until the 1970s. It remained vacant until the mid-1990s when Home Depot bought the building. There were plans to demolish the building and build a new one. After much public outcry, the building's facade was saved and adapted for a small strip mall in front of the new Home Depot store. For more, see this website. [map]

Tulsa Fire Alarm Building
Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa Fire Alarm Building was designed by Frederick V. Kershner and built from 1931-1934. It remained in operation until 1984. In 2000, the American Lung Association of Oklahoma bought the building. It was restored from 2003-2005. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see this website. [map]

Tulsa Monument Company
Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa Monument Company building was designed by Harry H. Mahler. It was built in 1936. It has housed Benchmark Monument since 2006. [map]

Phoenix Cleaners
Tulsa, OK
Phoenix Cleaners was established in the 1930s using another name. In 1942, the original building burned to the ground. In 1947, the business moved to its current location and was renamed "Phoenix" since it had symbolically risen from the ashes. This sign was built then. It is lit at night. For more, see this website. [map]

KVOO-TV Broadcast Facility
Tulsa, OK
The KVOO-TV Broadcast Facility was built in 1954. The building still served as Channel 2's broadcasting center. The call letters were changed to KJRH-TV in 1980. For more, see this website. [map]

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