Storyteller: Luster, Mary Jo and Charles

Interviewer: Bertalot, Lorretta

Date: 02/07/2019

Language: English

Initiative: Tulsans Talk

Description: Mary Jo and Charles Luster moved to West Tulsa after marrying. She has an Art Gallery on Southwest Boulevard and he is a retired painter with a big garden and woodworking projects he sells. Their home was built in 1914 before indoor plumbing. She has a photograph of B J. Boniker Jr., a young boy who lived in the home earlier. Dr. Dowell also lived there. They describe changes they have seen in Red Fork such as Crystal City, highways, and Rt. 66 Village,

Subjects: Dr. Dowell, Avon and Stanley Household sales jobs, Learning to paint, opening an Art Gallery & Studio on Southwest Blvd., B. J. Boniker, Jr., Accessibility of Red Fork to expressways, her parents elopement on a snowy night

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