On the southwest side of downtown Tulsa sits a 55-room, 10,000-square-foot icon of the city's oil boom days. More Tuscany than Oklahoma prairie, the Dresser Mansion's Italian Renaissance architecture boasts stucco walls containing ground marble dust, a terra cotta tile roof, and an impressive collection of 16th century furniture, tapestries, silver, and rugs. This week on LoyalTV, join us in Tulsa for an exclusive tour of the mansion and to explore its unique history.