Tulsa, OK historic architecture photos

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Paul Ringstrom
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Tulsa, OK historic architecture photos

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Several surprise buildings by Bruce Goff and Barry Byrne that you may have never seen:

https://tulsaworld.com/news/local/histo ... ceac7.html
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Roderick Grant
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Re: Tulsa, OK historic architecture photos

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Barry Byrne designed some very interesting Catholic churches, mostly seen only from the outside. Christ the King in Tulsa is an overlooked masterpiece. He also designed St. Patrick's in Racine, which seems overlooked. Mark, do you have any photos of the interior of that church?

Goff's church is impressive from the exterior, but falls flat inside. I saw it about 20 years ago, and was underwhelmed.

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