by Lynne Rostochil. If you lived in Oklahoma City from the late 1950s through the 1970s, you know that THE fancy pants place in town to buy all of your high end silver, china, and linens was Hightower Associates located on Colcord Drive across from the beautiful Civic Center. The luxurious shop was the brainchild […]
by Lynne Rostochil Thanksgiving is over and the frenzy of holiday shopping has begun in earnest! If you’re still making your shopping list, here are a few gift ideas for the modern lover in your life. 1. Give the gift of Goff This year, former Bruce Goff student and Professor Emeritus of Architecture at OU, […]
by Lynne Rostochil We are in the heart of the holidays and what better way to celebrate than with images of Christmases past. I’ve been posting these in our Facebook group and thought I would collect all of the photos here in one place to keep you in the festive spirit.
by Lynne Rostochil Round one of the holidays, Thanksgiving, is over and it’s time to start shopping in earnest for the perfect gift for the Mod lover(s) in your life … and maybe even a little bauble for yourself, too! Here are some ideas you might want to consider: 1. Splurge on tile art One of […]
by Lynne Rostochil It’s that time of year again where you spend countless hours — or mere seconds if your like my husband, which is how my clever man got out of all holiday shopping years ago — racking your brain trying to figure out what to get the MCM lover in your life. Last year, […]
by Lynne Rostochil, photos from the OPUBCO collection at the History Center, Oklahoma Historical Society, Kynda Houara, and Russell Pace, Jr. Ads from The Oklahoman archives. We’ve had such an interesting conversation on the Okie Mod Squad page on Facebook about Penn Square that I thought I’d put all of that info together with vintage […]