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The Thomas R. Gentry house. 537 N Detroit Ave. The associated text reads: "The above residence of Tulsa, and the owner is a successful Real Estate Agent, and business man. Through Mr. Gentry, a great number of our homes have been secures in this…

East End Garage, 614 E. Archer, is another Williams business.

Williams Building, 102 N. Greenwood.

William's Dreamland Theater, 127 N. Greenwood, was a center for life and a symbol of affluence and success in pre-riot Greenwood.

202-208 North Greenwood. This is what it looked like before the riot. It was destroyed the morning of 1 June 1921.

A panoramic image of the young men who were called up to serve in WWI. They are standing on Greenwood, in front of the Williams Bldg.

An advertisement fro the the Tulsa Star for a taxi company.

A Panoramic photo taken in front of Williams Dreamland Theatre. The caption reads: "The Visitors to the State Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical which met in Tulsa last week will not soon forget the generous hospitality extended to them by the…

A sketch of Mount Zion Baptist Church, then under construction.

Interestingly, the caption describes Easton St as Easter St.
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