Pennington's TV commercial

Upon death of former Tulsa Mayor Jim Hewgley, we dug out footage from some of his news conferences in 1960s

We came across this as we were gathering material for upcoming show about Tulsa in the 60s"  

a funny interview by KOTV's Clayton Vaughn with on of Tulsa's first woman "barbers"

Massad's will close soon and here's an old story we dug up from 10 years ago

Miss Oklahoma contestants 1965 in downtown Tulsa

Burgess Hardware, something else not around anymore

Remembering Betty Boyd

Christmas Shopping 1960s

Here's what Christmas shopping was like in Tulsa in the mid-1960s.


When Lyon's Indian Store was on Main Street

Lyon's Indian Store will soon move out of the Warehouse Market. Here's a story from when they were on Main Street. This video is taken from the "Classic 3 set" DVD

Sort of the BOk Center of its day

In the 1920s-1950s, the Tulsa Coliseum was home to hockey games, ice skating, wrestling matches and concerts. Here's ice skating footage from the late 1920s.


Late anchorman Jack Morris

Jack Morris describing KTUL news in a promotional film. Mr. Morris died several days ago

Shopping at Dorothy's Dress Shop

It was one of Tulsa's premiere clothing stores for women. Check out this Christmas tradition they had at the old Dorothy's Dress Shop, which was on Boston Avenue. Watch very end to see someone handing reporter a cocktail

Tulsa Christmas parade, 1940s

Check out this clip of what the parade was like in the 1940s. Parades were always held during the day so people would stay downtown and shop.

Film fragments and stories that we've pulled from our vast film archives.

a great film clip of “Dance Party” that was on KOTV in the 1960s.


Ice skating on Swan Lake? In Tulsa’s early days, it was a favorite activity for some.

a clip from 1960s era Christmas parade and downtown shopping

Since it’s Christmas, here’s a clip from Christmas in the 1960s at one of Tulsa’s favorite toy stores of that era

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