IN THE EARLY 1900'S. The memory of North Tulsa must be preserved for future generations. Pioneers who made their economic mark with the attitude for success. Entrepreneurs, Hospitals, Educators, Schools, Doctors, Lawyers, and the many Mom and Pop Business owners who's achievements will carry on into the 21st Century.   

This community of entrepreneurs and business owners worked together to achieve economic stability not seen since the early 1900's. Known in America as the "BLACK WALLSTREET"


Attorney Amos T. Hall ~ Attorney Buck C. Franklin ~ Attorney Primus Wade ~ Bevins Hotel ~ Boulware Grocery Store ~ Charles Bar B Que ~ Cliff Cleaners ~ Clarence Love's Lounge ~ Corbett's Dress Shop ~ Carver Cleaners ~ Diggs Barber Shop ~ Dreamland Theater ~ Dr Corbett Morrison ~ Dr. Curtis ~ Dr. E.L Hairston, Dentist ~ Dr. Patrick ~ Dr. Payne ~ Dr. Lythcott ~ Dr. Curtis Hudspetts Grocery Store ~ Bowling Alley ~ Swedish Bath House 

E.L. Goodwin Jr. Popcorn Stand ~ L.H. Williams Drugstore ~ Howser Prescription Shop ~ Isaac Rebuilders ~ Joe Bullocks Barber Shop ~ Joe Lockard Bar B Que ~ Kyles Drug Store ~ Meharry Drugstore ~ Morris Barber Shop ~ Mrs Weaver's Flower Shop ~ Neely & Vaden Pool Hall ~ Neal's Jewelry Store ~ Pat White's Bar B Que ~ Pearson's Cafe ~ Roy Johnson Pool Hall ~ Roy Johnson Bail Bonds ~ Sam McGowan Variety Store ~ Smith's Grocery Store ~ Spann's Pool hall ~ Swindall Barber Shop ~ The Greenwoood Bus Lines ~ The Jackson Funeral Home ~ Thompson Drug Store ~ Tollie W. Harris Drug Store ~ The Bonneville Night Club ~ The Calypso Night Club ~ The Flamingo Night clug ~ The Owl Tavern ~ The Rainbow Night Club ~ The Royal Hotel ~ The Small Hotel ~ The Spinner Cafe ~ The Sunset Night Club ~ The Williams Drug Store ~ The Williams Garage ~ Urban League Offices ~ Walter Grayson Realty ~ Walter Tate Electrical Shop ~ Walter Tate Recreatioanl Parlor ~ Ware's Fruit & Confectionery ~ Warren's Cafe