The Tulsa Historical Society

Welcome back. Bartlesville and Dewey, Oklahoma are known by visitors as towns full of museums. The Philips and Price families saw to that and the many others who followed their example have preserved this important history. As for me, this Saturday I’ll be following in the footsteps of a Tulsa…

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Book Signing at the Tulsa Historical Society

There will be a free screening of my documentary Footsteps in the Dew: The Last Ten Tapes at the historical Society at 11AM this Saturday December 15th. After the film my friend author Kent Frates will be joining me for a book signing. Kent has written two books about Oklahoma’s…

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Great Independent Book Stores in Oklahoma

Welcome back. This past week I’ve been at a lot of book stores. In Edmond there was Best of Books, a large store that is tucked away in a mall about a mile from the University of Central Oklahoma campus. Here you’ll find books of all kinds. Kids’ books, they’ve…

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The Bredero Price Company

Welcome back. Traveling the country I have often visited towns that have revitalized their aging downtown districts. Durango, Colorado is one community that comes to mind. After years of decline its busy again thanks to the commitment of local citizens who had a vision of what the town could be….

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The Price Company, Bartlesville, OK

Welcome back. I could begin this week with Bartlesville’s treasured Price Tower but that story has been written by others many times before so I thought I’d take you back in time before this magnificent structure was built. The story of Harold C. “Hal “Price Sr. and the Price Tower…

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