Following the discovery of oil in Oklahoma, many people moved to the area in hopes of finding wealth and opportunity. Towns, cities, and infrastructure grew rapidly, especially during the 1920s. At the time, Art Deco was a popular architectural style. Bigger cities like Oklahoma City and Tulsa boasted countless Art Deco buildings, though many have not survived to the present day. In Tulsa, however, you can still find the striking Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, built in 1929, around the same time as Stilwell's Courthouse.