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Scraping the sky

Scraping the sky

HISTORIC EARLY DAYS / OKLAHOMA CITY, OK / SKYLINE:  Oklahoma City Skyline.  Original photo arrived in library 12/27/1930.

Early Day OKC Collection - Photo Gallery

Oklahoma City at night

Oklahoma City at night

The Gold Dome Building along Route 66 in Oklahoma City was the fifth geodesic dome constructed in the world when it was built in 1958 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Gold Dome Building along Route 66 in Oklahoma City was the fifth geodesic dome constructed in the world when it was built in 1958 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. (The one in Tempe was demolished in

Arboretum

Arboretum

OKC at dusk - from the top of the Sheraton

OKC at dusk - from the top of the Sheraton

The Parker  La Dolce Vita: Glamour Obsession: Palm Springs Chic

Parker Palm Springs - CA, USA Beautifully designed by Jonathan Alder, the iconic Parker Palm Springs is a magnificent property with gorgeously designed rooms, dining, brilliant.

613 Things To Do in Oklahoma.  Would be a good weekend road trip around the state

Fun Things To Do in Oklahoma - Attractions & Must See - VirtualTourist The National Cowboy and WesternHeritage Museum

Casady School Oklahoma City 1950. Britton rd and Pennsylvania ave.

Casady School Oklahoma City Britton rd and Pennsylvania ave.

RESTAURANT / 1994 / REOPEN / REOPENING: Orig. caption: With little fanfare, the Split-T, 5500 N Western, has reopened under new management.  April 30, 1994. Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD

Popular Oklahoma City restaurant and hangout the Split-T featured burgers, teens from rival schools and political intrigue in its long history.

The World’s Largest Totem Pole — Foyil, Oklahoma | 17 Incredible Things On Route 66 You Have To See To Believe

The World's Largest Totem Pole — Foyil, Oklahoma

Hike to Oklahoma’s highest point on this trail at Black Mesa State Park, and enjoy views that look into Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico. Photo courtesy Oklahoma department of tourism and recreation.

Hike to Oklahoma’s highest point on this trail at Black Mesa State Park, and enjoy views that look into Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico. Photo courtesy Oklahoma department of tourism and recreation.

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