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Locations - Oklahoma

ADA. Katz, Main Street. Wire system. 'Farngirlok' in posting to OKPONTOT-L list, 18/10/99

ADA. Shaws. "Shaw's big department store is installing a cash carrier system this week which is going to be a great improvement." Ada Evening News, 26 Oct. 1920, p.5

ARDMORE. C.R.Anthonys. Pneumatic tube system in late 40s/early 50s. "The kids were always in awe of the vacuum tubes that were used to pay for your purchases that whizzed around above head [sic] to the cashier box on the second floor. "This & That" News, 17 Aug. 2002 (letters)

ARDMORE. Sig Simon (in bankruptcy). "The fixtures, safes, cash railways, etc., were then sold." Daily Ardmoreite, 28 Apr. 1903, p. 5

GUTHRIE. Monarch D.G. Co. "For sale... 9 stations Lamson Air Line Cash and Bundle Carrier System worth new $540.00, will sell for $300.00." Guthrie Daily Leader, 9 May 1914, p. 7

MUSKOGEE. New Phoenix Clothing Co., Broadway and Fourth street. "A small office under the big stairway serves the basement and is connected to the main office by telephone and a Lawson [sic] consolidated cash carrier... The Lawson [sic] cash carrier, which connects the basement office to the main office of the store, is operated by a Holtzer Cabot half hp 235 rpm motor." Southern Electrician, 1 Oct. 1912, p.431

OKLAHOMA CITY. J.C.Penney. "The old J.C.Penney's store in Okla. City had a pneumatic tube system that, to me as a child, looked like it had been there since the civil war." Sally Cruikshank's blog