TULSA - Monday, a chest that has waited for 100 years to reveal its contents will be opened, providing a vivid snapshot of what life was like in Oklahoma City a century ago.
It all began when the First English Lutheran Church came up with an idea to raise funds for a new organ.
The project, dreamed up by a church member, caught on, and before long the entire city seemed to want to get involved.
Monday, the "century chest" will be opened at what is now called the First Lutheran Church of Oklahoma City.
It's believed the box contains, among other things, a Kodak camera and some audio recordings, examples of state-of-the art 1913 technology.
The chest is 8 feet long, 4 feet wide and 4 feet deep.