This Art Deco inspired poster is a romantic depiction the Tulsa skyline as it looked in the late
1920s after the great oil boom which brought incredible wealth, and beautiful architecture, to the
city. The bridge in the foreground is the 11th street bridge and the two tallest buildings seen in
the skyline are the 320 South Boston Building and the Philtower. One can easily imagine why
Tulsa during this time was given the moniker “The Magic Empire”.
The poster is a DECOPOLIS exclusive created by artist William A. Franklin. Each poster comes
matted and signed with a certificate of authenticity.