Oklahoma was the center of the early 20th century all-Black town movement with more than 60 such towns. One hundred years after statehood these towns continue to mark Oklahoma's visual and social landscape in unexpected ways. Wish You Were here is a look at these towns during Oklahoma's centennial.
Alison Zarrow is the winner of two national photography prizes and has exhibited across the country and in Canada. Her first book, Abandoned Tulsa, was published in 2005 by New York's Furnace Press. This book was produced under a Fellowship from the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University.
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