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Modern Tulsa Kicks Off Holidays with Mod of the Moment

Get your holiday season started right with the first of two Mod of the Moment events, sponsored by Modern Tulsa and the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture.

First up is this ultra mod 4,300 square foot home designed in 1959 by Tulsa architect Gene Starr. It is located near Utica Square and will be auctioned December 16, 2010. Talk about the perfect Christmas gift!

Mod of the Moment
November 30, 2010
2829 S Victor, Tulsa, OK
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Mod of the Moment open house will be Tuesday, November 30th from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm and is free to attend. Don't miss this unique opportunity to bask in the Rat Pack-ambiance of this unique Tulsa home!




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