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Boston Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Tulsa, OK
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The Boston Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church was built between 1924-1929 as a art deco delight in Tulsa. The 225 foot tall church was designed by a team that included noted architect Bruce Goff. The church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. In addition, this church was also designated a National Historic Landmark in 1999.

For more information, see the Oklahoma Historical Society website. 08-17

 

 

Trinity Episcopal Church
Tulsa, OK
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The Trinity Episcopal Church in Tulsa, OK features a style that appears to be Gothic. 08-17

 

 

First Methodist Church
Tulsa, OK
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The First Methodist Church is designed by Charles W. Bolton and Sons as a Perpendicular Tudor Gothic example. The building is made up of sandstone. This church dates back to 1887. For more information, see this website. 08-17

 

 

Church
Tulsa, OK
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Here is the church of the three spires. Well, not sure if that's truly the name of this eye catching church in Tulsa. 08-17

 

 

Sandusky Church
Tulsa, OK
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Check out this modern looking church that is called the Sandusky Church. This church is also located in Tulsa, OK.

 

 

 

 

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