Voices of Oklahoma

“Voices of Oklahoma was launched in 2010 with the mission to ‘preserve Oklahoma’s legacy, one voice at a time.’ VoicesofOklahoma.com is an oral history website used by many generations as they listen to inspiring stories of our state’s greatest citizens.
“Müllerhaus Legacy has been a valued partner since the beginning. Their skills and experience in marketing, website development and project management have helped to make the website everything we imagined.”
— John Erling,
Voices of Oklahoma

For 30 years, John Erling informed, entertained and educated Tulsans as the voice of early morning talk radio. As a respected community leader and member of the Oklahoma Broadcasters Hall of Fame, he is known for interviews he has conducted with politicians, celebrities and everyday people.

John’s dream after retirement was to preserve everything he loved about Oklahoma’s rich history by recording an impressive collection of oral interviews that could then be made available to the public in general and students in particular. Not having any experience with online media, he came to us with nothing but his big idea.

Using our experience in online marketing and our shared love for storytelling, we created a site that supports on-demand listening via desktop or mobile devices. In addition to the design, programming and administration of the website, our branding and publicity work has helped The Voices of Oklahoma Foundation make John’s retirement dreams a reality.

Websites & Multimedia

Although books are the love of our lives, your Müllerhaus Legacy staff is technologically savvy enough to create interactive online and multimedia experiences. From corporate videos to specialty web pages we’re fluent in the audio/visual and computer arts. We ensure every digital piece we design complements the history you are seeking to preserve and promote while remaining simple to access and easy to navigate.

So whether the medium used to tell your story is binding or bytes, the quality and service of our work maintains the high standards of Müllerhaus Legacy.


John Erling, Voices of Oklahoma