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Oklahoma 66 Gallery  - Tulsa

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Gold Meadow Sign in Tulsa, Oklahoma


Gold Meadow sign in 1957, Beryl D. Ford collection, courtesy Tulsa Architecture



Gold Meadow Sign at original location in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Picture taken just three days before the sign was taken down.  David Alexander, June 13, 2004.

This image available for photo prints & downloads HERE.


In the 1940s, a large Meadow Gold sign was put up atop a small building at 11th and Lewis in Tulsa. Once the property of Beatrice Food Company, both the company and the Meadow Gold brand enjoyed prosperity during the heydays of the 1940's. The sign stood as a beacon on Route 66 for some sixty years, until in 2004, the building, along with the sign was sold.



The new owner planned to demolish both the building and the sign; however, through the efforts of the National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Program, the  National Trust for Historic Preservation, Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, and the Oklahoma Route 66 Association, the sign was saved. After several years of additional fund raising, the sign is now fully restored.


On May 22, 2009, a Route 66 Memorial building, topped with the restored sign was dedicated at 11th Street and Quaker Avenue.



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Gold Meadow sign, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Restored Gold Meadow sign at 11th Street and Quaker Avenue, Kathy Weiser, June, 2010.

This image available for photo prints & downloads HERE.



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Route 66 Framed PrintsFramed Route 66 Prints - These original Route 66 prints combine our own photographs and graphic designs for colorful displays of some of the most famous Mother Road sights and icons. Perfect for both home and office, they also make great gifts for Route 66 enthusiasts. All prints are custom manufactured using archival inks and acid-free paper. Framed prints are matted and framed in a stylish black frame with plexiglass cover. Frames include complete backing. Frame size: 19" x 13." Click HERE to see them all!  



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