• Tulsa family plans to recreate 63-year-old photo on solar eclipse trip

    By: Mallory Thomas

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • A Tulsa family is planning to recreate a 63-year-old photo when a total solar eclipse is seen across the United States on Monday.
    • Jack Wells, 90, has seen 10 solar eclipses in his lifetime. This year, the family will travel to Nebraska for him to see number 11.
    • RELATED: FOX23 Solar Eclipse Page
    • The family's first trip was in 1954.
    • WATCH FOX23 Mallory Thomas' full report above.
    • FOX23 will have LIVE coverage of the solar eclipse beginning Monday at noon. 

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