Mabel B. Little Heritage House

322 North Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK 74102

The Mabel B. Little Heritage House is a landmark denoting the only building left standing after the horrific and destructive acts of violence committed during the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921.

A home built in the 1920s on "Black Wall Street" during a time of economic prosperity for African-American Tulsans, this building was the only home spared during the destructive arson of the Tulsa Race Riots that burned down over 30 blocks of the Greenwood District in Tulsa.  The home still stands to this day, and now serves to demonstrate the resilience of working class Black citizens as they continued rising above the racial violence committed upon them.

Although many homes in the area were torn down in an effort to modernize Tulsa, the Mabel B. Little Heritage House remains intact as a symbol of Black history in North Tulsa.  The building is currently managed by the Greenwood Cultural Center and guided tours can be scheduled.