Photos as published in the Tulsa Tribune
I. Marc Carlson
This image is shown twice - first, in the reversed image as it was actually published in the Tulsa Tribune, and in the correct aspect. The remains of the Stradford hotel are on the right, and the tracks heading up Greenwood Avenue.
View of the riot district. The ruins of Dunbar Elementary School is center, with the smoldering ruins of the brick buildings at Greenwood and Archer on the upper right. Upper left is the ABC Construction buildings and the Midland tracks. The photo…
Image taken from the roof of the Hotel Tulsa looking towards the Greenwood District. The arrow is pointed toward the general area of Detroit and Archer. This photo is reproduced from a very poor quality microfilmed image.
Caption: Here is the first picture of the riot. it shows the first appliance of the torch to the negro section. This appeared on page 9 of the 1921 June 1 Tulsa Tribune, although I'm not sure which edition. The City edition, which was the one…
Caption: "East Side of Greenwood avenue, looking north from Arther street. This block formed the principle negro business district."
Caption: "West side of Greenwood avenue, looking north from Archer street. Third high building was the plant of the Tulsa Star where the negroes are said to have congregated with arms before their rally at the court house."
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