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Tulsa Fire Department Thanksgiving Banquet, 1911

Tulsa fire department thanksgiving banquet, 1911

Tulsa Fire Department, 1911 

A Thanksgiving Day Banquet was served by the ladies of the baptist church in the new fire house at 17 West 2nd Street, between Main Street and Boulder Avenue. 

Fire Chief R. C. Alder is standing against the wall on the right side of the window. Trinity Episcopal Church chaplain and rector Rev. Gerald A. Ottman, City Auditor E. B. Cline, Fire and Police Commissioner T. E. Smiley, Mayor L. J. Martin, Finance Commissioner F. M. Wooden, Tulsa Daily World reporter Glenn Condon, and Tulsa Daily Democrat reporter Charles Allen are also pictured. 

New Regional Chamber publication offers insight into vital regional economic issues

New Regional Chamber publication offers insight into vital regional economic issues

In the Regional Economic Update, an informative new electronic publication, Tulsa Regional Chamber economist Bob Ball provides Chamber members a report on subjects vital to the region's economy. The report is made available on the Chamber's website at TulsaChamber.com.

December nonprofit webinar roundup

Finish your year strong with some of these free nonprofit training opportunities from around the web. Find free webinars year round with the Nonprofit Resource Center's training guide.

Please note the time zone for each of the webinars.

Grantseeking Basics
Dec 2, 2013 
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.  EST

 

Reading the Season by Rebecca Howard

Last year I started a tradition with my (then) 2-year-old niece, Scarlett. Her Christmas Eve gift from us would be a new pair of pajamas, hot chocolate, and 1 or 2 seasonal stories for bedtime.  I wanted to give her a tradition that she could always associate with warmth, family, and reading.  I had a wonderful time exploring all of the holiday picture books last year—many of which I remembered from my own childhood. 

Voices Of Oklahoma: Dr. Jerry Gustafson On The JFK Assassination

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50 years ago today, Dr. Jerry Gustafson, long-time surgeon at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, was  a resident at Dallas Parkland Hospital when President Kennedy was assassinated. Dr. Gustafson was 28 years old. You can hear his story on Voices of Oklahoma. 

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