Tulsa: Continental Heritage Press, 1980. 224p., coated paperstock, old images and period photography throughout; 12.25 x 9.5 inch cloth boards gilt in pictorial dj. Lightest shelfwear, jacket is edgeworn.
A Tulsa company that specializes in urban histories to order, but a nice job; Continental employed local historians and a San Jose-based photographer-archivist. And, blessedly, the account stops well before the flattening of orchards under computer footprint.