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    I have a panoramic photograph of Native American Indians in front of the white house taken in the 1920’s with a panoramic camera 10″X48″ there are 24 chiefs and a lot more indians. From what I gather they were there to receive the right legally, to practice their ceremonial religious rights. They were turned down, it was in 1978 that this happened “American Indian Religious Freedom Act” I was seeking for more information on this historic photograph, my thinking was if any one would know, it would be Gilcrease, but was sort of dismissed by the operator.

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    This museum is located a short distance from downtown Tulsa. The hilly setting provides a picturesque backdrop to this wonderful museum. The museum offers several galleries of Native Art, sculptures and paintings. Inside tip: if you visit on a Tuesday admission is free.

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    If you are coming to Tulsa do not miss the Gilcrease Museum with their first rate collection of Native American and Western art.Don’t miss the museum shop which has a good selection of turquoise jewelry.

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    We booked the Vista Room at the Gilcrease for my daughter’s wedding reception in December. As part of the package the wedding guests were treated to a tour of the museum. We had guests come in from all over the U.S. and each one had something wonderful to say about the museum and the docents who provided information. As we sat down for dinner, our guests again had wonderful compliments for the delicious food and the beautiful room. The Events coordinator and Chef were available and made sure each guest had what they needed. I can’t thank the staff enough for making this special day perfect in every way.

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    Wouldd recommend to others.