That past would be an old building that opened its ‘swinging’ doors in 1924; a place of history and ghosts of the past who spoke to Larry as though inviting him to come and take part in making history. With his profits from the Frampton show, he purchased the decaying property from its owner Marie Meyers. He owned a piece of history where Bob Wills and many other great performers had entertained crowds of Oklahomans…he owned the Carnegie Hall of Western Swing. But now that he had the ‘House That Bob Built’ as it is often dubbed, what was he going to do with it. That location had become part of Tulsa that people were moving away from. Even the city wouldn’t come down to sweep the streets or change street lights, Larry said. Perhaps, those ghosts from the pasts such as Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, Johnnie Lee Wills, Tex Ritter and Tennessee Ernie Ford were asking him to save their Tulsa spiritual presence from being lost. He obliged.