Tulsa Area History

New In The Digital Collections: Froug's Vertical File

The content of the Library's Froug's vertical file is now available online.

Due to copyright concerns, some digitized items from our vertical files have been restricted to in-house use. Please contact us for more information on restricted items.

New In The Digital Collections: The Sanditen Family Vertical File

maurice sanditen

The content of the Library's Sanditen Family vertical file is now available online. Content includes information on Julius, Edgar, Maurice, Herman, Ely, and Ira Sanditen as well as the family company, OTASCO.

New In The Digital Collections: Tulsa Biography-Women, Collective Vertical File

1979 Tulsa Women's Opportunity Conference

The content of the Library's Tulsa Biography-Women, Collective vertical file is now available online. Due to copyright concerns, some digitized articles from our vertical files have been restricted to in-house use.

New In The Digital Collections: Tulsa's First Cemetery Vertical File

The content of the Library's Tulsa's First Cemetery vertical file is now available online. According to Jim Downing's Tulsa Tribune article, the last burial in the cemetery was in December 1905. In 1922, some of the remains were moved to Oaklawn, but many unmarked graves remained at the site which was located at the intersection of Frisco Avenue and Second Street.  Due to copyright concerns, some digitized items from our vertical files have been restricted to in-house use. Please contact us for more information on restricted items.

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