Warehouse Market Building
925 South Elgin Avenue
N 36 08.891
W 95 58.909
This long, one-story building with terra cotta adorned tower was designed by B. Gaylord Noftsger.
Terra cotta at the buildings entrance includes two medallions with blue backgrounds. One medallion displays a goddess holding a sheaf of wheat and a cornucopia. The other displays a god holding an oil derrick and train engine.
The Warehouse Market, also known as "The Farmersí Market" was a principal supplier of groceries in Tulsa during the 1930s.
the short description was prepared by the Tulsa Preservation Commission
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