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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.

Free Resources!

Hey, tutors! The Literacy Office has some extra books and materials that we no longer have space for. If you are looking for materials that your students can keep permanently, please stop by our office and take a look at what we have to offer! This is a great opportunity to build up your resources or your student's library. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 549-7400.

I'd Like To See What Programs Are Coming Up At The Library, But I Forgot To Pick Up An Event Guide. How Can I Find That Information Online?

You can access our searchable Event Guide through our website. From the home page, click on Classes and Events at the top of the screen. It will show a calendar of the current month, as well as a list of any and all programs going on throughout the Tulsa City County Library system for that day. You can select different days of the month to see what's coming up on a particular date. You can even select a whole week or month at a time by selecting the tabs at the top of the calendar.

New In The Digital Collections: River Parks Pedestrian Bridge Vertical File

The content of the Library's  Tulsa Parks - River Parks: Pedestrian Bridge vertical file is now available online. The Pedestrian Bridge opened to the public in 1975. For more information on the bridge history, read the Tulsa World's "Throwback Tulsa: We Built A Bridge To The Future In '75." 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.  

A Wolf in sheep's Clothing: John Darnielle's Wolf in White Van by Nick Abrahamson

For anyone familiar with John Darnielle, the charismatic, hyper-literate force behind the charismatic, hyper-literate indie band the Mountain Goats probably already has a pulse on happenings in book and publishing circles.

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