TFA Open House

Here's your chance to see some of Tulsa's unique architectural history. This fifth annual event is open to the public and there is no charge. White gloves provided, formal dress optional.

White Glove Open House
Tulsa Foundation for Architecture Archives
321 S. Boston
Kennedy Building, lower level
Tuesday, January 19
4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture maintains a huge collection of original drawings of some of our most historic buildings. With over 35,000 articles in the collection, the TFA archive is an impressive resource maintaining a link to many aspects of our city's past. And all too often, this may be all that remains of an important piece of Tulsa's skyline.


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