The 41st Street and Harvard Avenue intersection is the first known intersection to undergo the green arrow conversion in 1979. The straight green arrows were replaced with solid green lights, and the green right-turn arrow (since deleted) only operated with the left-turn signal. The intersection is four lanes on each approach with a left-turn lane. The intersection's northwest corner is residential, while the southeast corner is used as a Christmas tree lot. Businesses are located on the other two corners. "Spas of Tulsa" previously was a gas station. The intersection's pavement is deteriorating, and resurfacing will be necessary in the future. Photo taken September 1986.
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