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StoryCorps on Tulsa's Guthrie Green: Opening Ceremonies

Public Radio Tulsa and Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett welcomed StoryCorps to Guthrie Green on Thursday morning, October 16, 2014. Attending were members of the press and the public, who had an opportunity to tour the Airstream MobileBooth recording studio which travels around the country. 

In attendance was Stanton Doyle of the George Kaiser Family Foundation, which has been so generous in providing space on the Green for the Airstream trailer and support for the project. The very first interview was between Stanton Doyle and Steve Ripley, widely known in Tulsa as a recording artist, songwriter, and the the leader of country rock band The Tractors.

StoryCorps will be at the Guthrie Green in downtown Tulsa through November 15. Learn more about this national oral history project. Make reservations to tell your story.

StoryCorps site manager Emily Janssen tells about the mission and history of StoryCorps
Mayor Dewey Bartlett welcomes StoryCorps to Tulsa

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