Archived photos from three decades of TulsaPeople Magazine
1. Woodland Hills Mall celebrated its 15th birthday in 1991 with a birthday party benefiting children at the Day Center for the Homeless. Woodland Hills General Manager Mark Hunter presented Day Center Executive Director Sandra Holden with a computer for use by the Day Center children in this photo from the November 1991 TulsaPeople issue.
2. Tulsa Centennial Gala organizers Jayne Reed, Phil Long, Yvonne Thompson, George Charlton and Sharon King Davis were pictured in the January 1998 issue of TulsaPeople. The January event included the Mayor’s Centennial Birthday Gala at the Tulsa Convention Center, a “Best of Tulsa Showcase,” the two-day Longhorn Rodeo and a Centennial Time Capsule burial. Thousands attended a fireworks and laser light show on downtown skyscrapers, which kicked off festivities in September 1997.
3. “A Star Spangled Symphony” welcomed music lovers and picnickers to RiverWest Festival Park, when the Tulsa Philharmonic, under the baton of Bernard Rubenstein, performed a concert in this September 1991 TulsaPeople photo. A picnic food contest, a Tulsa Youth Symphony performance and the national anthem, sung by the late Debbie Campbell, highlighted the event.
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