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The content of the Library's Tulsa Parks-River Parks-Zink Lake and low water dam vertical file is now available online. Due to copyright concerns, some digitized articles from our vertical files have been restricted to in-house use. Please contact us for more information on restricted items.
The contents of the Library's Tulsa Buildings R-S vertical file is now available online. You'll find articles on buildings such as the historic Sinclair Building that is scheduled to be sold at a Tulsa County Sheriff's Office auction on October 21st.
On Friday, September 27th, 1929, night football made its debut in Tulsa at Lee Stadium. 5,000 spectators attended what Tulsans called "after-supper football." The October 1929 Tulsa Spirit reported that Oklahoma A. and M. was the the only other Oklahoma organization playing under floodlights at that time. A white football was used to "better aid spectators and players to follow its course without effort."