• Will Rogers High School - Tulsa OK
    "Will Rogers High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a fine example of Public Works Administration (PWA) Art Deco architecture. PWA was established under U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt to boost public building programs during the 1930s depression. Architects Joseph R. Koberling jr, Leon B. Senter and A.M. Atkinson collaborated to design the Will Rogers High School which was opened in 1939. The school consists of a two story brick building with two large square towers marking the entrances. There is a large amount of detailed decoration on the building facade. Under the classroom windows there are blue-grey panels with intricate decoration. Above the windows...