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A view of the west end of the Bricktown Canal, as seen on Sep. 14, 2016. [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman Archives]
A view of the west end of the Bricktown Canal, as seen on Sep. 14, 2016. [Jim Beckel/The Oklahoman Archives]
Neal Horton was a visionary, someone who early on saw the potential of historic urban districts and risked everything in launching Bricktown. Even as Bricktown was still just barely getting started, Horton shared a vision of an expanding a vibrant downtown that was unthinkable for many. It was April 1982, and the oil boom was on the verge of...
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