This image shows the main road sign, the driveway at the registration lobby, and a typical room for the Clock Inn Motel.
The description states:
Clock Inn Motel
On N.E. Expressway at North Eastern
6 Miles West of Turner Turnpike Gate — U.S. 66
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
33 Beautiful Units with tile baths, wall-to-wall carpets, vented heat, refrigerated air conditioning, foam rubber mattresses, radios and television. For reservations phone Victor 3-6232 or write P. O. Box 3064, Oklahoma City.
“As we travel through Life
let us Live by the Way”
–As seen by the lower part of the card image, heat was from a wall furnace, common in the 1950s, air conditioning was electric and cooled by compression. The TV below the air conditioner is very modest in size, more commonly seen on kitchen tables or spare rooms than in the main living area.
This card likely dates from the 1950s.