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“Operation Scissortail” tells story of Devon Tower and growth of Oklahoma City

Published: October 29, 2012

To say the building of the Devon Tower was the talk of the town, is most definitely an understatement. The tower is a symbol for the growth of Oklahoma City, which is exactly why Steve Lackmeyer and Jack Money wrote their new book.

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