Storyteller: Jean Pinkerton and Margaret Cole

Interviewer: unknown

Date: 03/14/1980

Language: English

Initiative: Tulsa Talks

Description: Sisters Jean Pinkerton and Margaret Cole moved to Tulsa, in 1907. Their father was a banker. They lived downtown and attended private schools. They recall the Race Massacre and the effects of the depression. They helped found the Junior League and they hearken back to the early projects of the Junior League.

Subjects: race riot, race massacre, street cars, Junior League, Waite Phillips, Children's Medical Center, Lynn Graves, Green Grown the Lilacs, The great depression, bank closures, + +

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