Wolf Robe Hunt's Indian Trading Post

Wolf Robe Hunt's Indian Trading Post (HM2MOS)

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N 36° 8.875', W 95° 56.345'

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3311 E. 11th Street

— Tulsa's Historic Route 66 —

The Browsery building was constructed c. 1937 as a block of
three buildings which hosted many businesses throughout the
decades. Its most famous resident, Wayne Henry "Wolf Robe'"
Hunt, ran an Indian Trading Post and offered all manner of
authentic Indian goods.

Wolf Robe Hunt was a Native American, born in 1905
at Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. He was an artist of many
mediums but became most well-known for his silversmithing
and turquoise jewelry. Hunt closed his trading post on 11th
Street around 1960 and moved to a new location on
Route 66, across from the Blue Whale in Catoosa, OK.

The Browsery was later home to a café and beauty shop,
among other business. The building was demolished in 1998.
Year Placed2019
Placed ByTulsa Route 66 Commission
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 at 4:02pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)15S E 235567 N 4004357
Decimal Degrees36.14791667, -95.93908333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 36° 8.875', W 95° 56.345'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds36° 8' 52.5" N, 95° 56' 20.7" W
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