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Ross B. Baze (1903-1982)

Born: Tulsa, Indian Territory
Training: University of California at Berkley, B.A. Architecture, 1926
Oklahoma License: 1927-1942
Tulsa Practice: 1927-1942


Popkin & Baze, 1927-1929 (Charles-A. Popkin)


  • Lee Clinton Building, southwest corner 5th and Cheyenne (1927)
  • Lon Stansbury Residence, 325 North Madison
  • Dr. Jim Perry Residence, 3131 South Zunis
  • Irene Frank Studios at 12th and Boulder (now office building) – later served as Tulsa’s first public Synagogue. This building was designed to house Miss Frank’s dance studio and her personal living quarters. Miss Frank conceived the design and Mr. Baze developed the construction documents and delineation. The entrance was said to be a replica of the doorway in the palace of Cafaggiuolo in the Mugello in Tuscany.