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Southwest Tulsa Businesses
The earliest known businesses in Southwest Tulsa were the cattle operations on the west side of the river.  The first store was the James H. Parkinson Store, followed by the H. E. Hall Store set up in Red Fork to supply surveyors and railroad workers as they crossed the Arkansas River in 1883.  They were soon joined by a few other businesses in support of the railroad and cattle operations.  Real growth started when the Sue Bland No 1 came in on June 22, 1901.  When news of the strike reached Tulsa and Kansas City, Red Fork grew quickly.  Within a short time talk began of Red Fork eclipsing Tulsa just to the north, on the east side of the Arkansas River.  The talk didn't come with accompanying growth.  The Sue Bland well just provided the news for Tulsa to grow.  A few years later, in 1905, Robert Galbreath brought in the Glenpool strike and the oil movement shifted to the south, away from Red Fork.  The railhead moved on in 1887 to Sapulpa and paused for a while, creating the Town of Sapulpa.  Even though the railhead had moved on, the railroad business stayed and had a dramatic impact on the area.  The Texas Company opened a refinery on the west bank of the river with predictions that they would grow the refinery business in Tulsa.  Soon, other refineries opened, and West Tulsa became a town of considerable size and activity.  South of the refineries was the community of Garden City.

Ollie's Station Restaurant
4070 Southwest Boulevard
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107

West 41st and Southwest Boulevard
on Old Historic Route 66



Dine In or Carry Out 
Phone: (918) 446-0524 Fax: (918) 446-0243 
Joe Gilling, Proprietor

People long for the food they grew up with. That's what Ollie's cuisine is all about. Our food is cooked and seasoned like Mom and Grandma would prepare it. We have a comfortable "mom and pop" atmosphere. The old cafe style is enhanced by the railroad motif. Ten running trains, from G-scale to Z-scale, run the length of the dining room and through scale model cities and towns. Our walls and shelves abound with railroad memorabilia. Ollies is located in old downtown Redfork on a corner that's been here since 1894.  Railroads, oil wells, and the famous Route 66 all merge at Redfork Corner to give young and old a touch of history and some of the best food in Oklahoma. 
Thanks for being our guest!

Red Fork Art Gallery
Mary Jo Luster, Owner

4071 Southwest Boulevard
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
918-639-4811


Inches away from Old Historic Route 66!



The Red Fork Art Gallery
The Red Fork Art Gallery opened September 1, 2006 in the heart of the historic old Red Fork, Indian Territory. It is located in one of the few remaining buildings dating back to the 1930s. This historic site is directly on the Ozark Trail known for wood post markers with the letters O.T. that guided travelers through the fading Indian Territory. A distinct red gallery door opens within inches from the old Historic Route 66 roadway that spawned travelers, industry, lovers and legends from Chicago to Los Angles since 1937.

While this part of Indian Territory has been chronicled for years as the home of the first oil well in Indian Territory, it gains new status on September 1, 2006 as first art gallery in Red Fork. Well-known artists from the area have come together to present a unique collection of their work. Featured pieces and others are available for purchase at the gallery. Arrangements can also be made for commissioned art in a number of mediums.


 


Cedar Rock Inn
The Silo of Tulsa
Redberry Farm
4501 W 41st St Tulsa, OK 74107
918-447-4493

http://www.thesilotulsa.com/
http://cedarrockinn.com/index.html
http://www.redberryfarmtulsa.com/

Mail
 info@cedarrockinn.com



The inn's five suites, which are divided between the two floors, bear names relating to their decor or some special feature. Antique furnishings scooped up from estate sales and auctions adorn the suites, which also feature full bathrooms and expansive views of the property. Each suite has been outfitted with decorative features such as an intricately carved wooden fireplace. The suites are all equipped with wireless Internet access.

A staircase made of native sandstone, which was part of the Inn's original structure, connects the newly added kitchen and dining area to the upstairs. Downstairs, visitors will be able to enjoy gourmet meals in an airy dining room; socialize in the living room; peruse books in a small library; or visit the gift shop for unique Cedar products, such as lotions, gourmet treats and calendars.

The outdoors provides plenty of private areas to explore, including a relaxing pond, cascading waterfall and beautiful fountain. A newly constructed seven-car carport was built out of 100-year old wood salvaged from an aging Nebraska barn.


We B Hauling / B-Hauling
We B Trees

Tim and Barbara Nall
3755 S Tacoma Ave    Tulsa, OK 74107
P.O. Box 9563             Tulsa, OK 74157
Phone: 918-446-3473     Fax: 918-446-3473
Email: 
webtrees@cox.net 



B Hauling and We B Trees owner Tim Nall is a certified arborist and is present on most job sites.  Tim and Barbara Nall have been in business in Tulsa, Oklahoma since 1980.  They have modern equipment and specially trained crews to do both large and small jobs in tree and vegetation management.    B Hauling, sometimes recognized at B-Hauling has 5' and 6' open roll off containers for construction, remodeling, yard waste and other disposal needs.  The containers can be dropped on your site within hours and picked up when you need it.  Call for sizes and pricing.


B Hauling and We B Trees is a regular exhibitor at the Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show each year.  This year they will be featuring an exhibit in keeping with the show's theme. 

             

Sell Buy Design of Tulsa
Tulsa, OK 74107
Jan Lamberton 918-583-9058  
Barry Simpson 918-582-1985
lmbrt96@aol.com


Thinking about building, remodeling or redecorating?  If you live in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area you should explore the unique work and designs of veteran builder/remodeler team Barry Simpson and Jan Lamberton.  They have over 50 years of experience in the construction industry and can work to your needs.
 

 

Jumpman Party Rentals
4000 Southwest Boulevard     Tulsa, OK 74107
918-446-2323     918-446-4728 Fax
Staff@jumpMan.net

Tulsa's Party Rental Headquarters serving Northeast Oklahoma
Bounces, Bubble Machine, Fog Machine, Concessions, Water Fun, Games, Inflatable Signs, Jump Slide, 3 in 1, Obstacle Course, Water Slide, Boxing Gloves, Caterpillar, Generator, Carnival Games, Pop Corn Machine, Cotton Candy, Dunk Tank, Sno-Kone Machine.

Fully insured vendor; Safe, Clean Equipment; Serving Tulsa and surrounding areas; Delivery, Setup and Pickup; Friendly, Courteous Service; 50% deposit.

Check out our New Jumps, Interactive Inflatables and Games at
www.Jumpman.net

Located in Southwest Tulsa at 4000 Southwest Boulevard, known to travelers and Road Warriers as Historic Route 66 or Old Route 66.
 

Shredders Inc
635 W 41 St   Tulsa, OK 74107
918-446-8386    
ShreddersInc.net

Secure On-Site Services
Shredders, Inc. will drive to your business location with our high capacity industrial grade Mobile Shredding Truck and your Confidential Records will be destroyed at your business site. You can witness the record destruction without leaving your business. This service is offered for companies that need a one-time record destruction job as well as for companies that need recurring periodic record destruction services.
 
Secure Off-Site Services
Confidential records are picked up by our employees who wear Shredders, Inc. uniforms and picture identification cards. All confidential records will be transported in enclosed, locked company vehicles to our secure facility in Tulsa, Ok. Upon arrival at our facility, our drivers will unload and weigh the confidential records, record their weights and immediately queue them for destruction within 24 hours. After confidential records are destroyed, you will receive an invoice with a signed Certificate of Destruction. You may also witness the record destruction upon appointment.  This service is offered for companies that need a one-time record destruction job as well as for companies that need recurring periodic record destruction services.
 
Secure Lockable Containers
We provide customers with a variety of containers of different sizes. If you are concerned about the security of your records at your business, we can provide lockable containers. Click on the picture to get a better description of our containers.
 
Fast Services
We strive to perform service within 24 hours to customers that need immediate records destruction.

Drop Off Services
Businesses and consumers are also welcome to drop off their confidential records for destruction at our facilities during normal business hours from 8:00am - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Years of Professional Service
Shredders, Inc. has been in the Secure Record Destruction business for over 30 years and our clients include both large and small firms. Please do call us at 918.446.8386 to discuss your records destruction needs. You may also submit a Request Quote form electronically to initiate the sales process.

West Tulsa Paint & Body Shop Inc
3332 S Santa Fe Ave      Tulsa, OK 74107
918-587-1965     Fax 918-445-7488
westtulsapaint@msn.com

Community Bank and Trust
2420 Southwest Boulevard
Tulsa, OK 74107
918-582-6221
 

TULSA STOVE HOSPITAL
4067 Southwest Boulevard
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
918-584-7622

On Old Route 66 in "Red Fork Indian Territory" in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Richard Stufflebeam, Owner/Operator

DENA NICHOLAS  FARMERS INSURANCE COMPANY
5043 S 33 W Ave  
Tulsa, OK 74107
446-1842
FarmDena@aol.com

"During good times and bad - We are here for you"

Darla Hall brought this Farmers Agency to Southwest Tulsa years ago to provide westside Tulsans with quality service.  Since that time the business has expanded.  It remains in good family hands as Darla's daughter Dena Nicholas now owns and manages the agency. 

Shirts & Stuf
3310 West 42nd Place
Tulsa, OK 74107
918-445-0323
Carl and Nancy Westfall
In Tulsa Since 1986
(Moved to new location at 5079 W 51 St on January 1, 2010)

Providing Custom Screen Printing and Embroidery
for Tulsa area schools, businesses and organizations.  We do screen printing and embroidered sports shirts, caps, jackets, sweats, patches and many other items. 

Long-time clients are from Berryhill Schools, Daniel Webster High School, Clinton Middle School,

 
Red Fork Cleaners
Richard and Sue Niles, Owners
Rich Niles, Manager

4128 S 25 W Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
918-446-0626
www.redforkcleaners.com/

Red Fork Cleaners has been in the same location for over 30 years.  All cleaning and laundry is done on premise.  Specialists in dry cleaning, alterations, professional shirt and jean laundry.  Excellent cleaning of blankets and comforters. 

Owners are westside residents and Webster High School Alumni leaders.
 
Dooley Pharmacy
"Serving you since 1932"
4120 S 25th W Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
918-446-9438
Bill Pittman, Registered Pharmacist

Local RX Delivery Available
Honoring most 3rd Party and Medicaid Plans

 
Union Street Cafe
4759 S Union Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
918-446-2353

 
   
   


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