Tulsa

Tulsa Office Architecture: Past To Present

The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (TFA) is excited to announce two upcoming events this weekend, both showcasing some of Tulsa's historic architecture. TFA has joined with TYPros in an effort to support their co-working event by closing the night with a gallery exhibit. In addition, the TFA's monthly Second Saturday architectural tour continues this weekend offering a look into Tulsa's past.
 

New In The Digital Collections: 1922 Tulsa City Directory

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The 1922 Tulsa City Directory has been added to the Library's City Directory Collection online. City directories contain a wealth of information for genealogists, researchers, and history enthusiasts. In the directories, you will find addresses and occupations of residents, complete business directories, advertisements, and more. 

Tulsa-Area Schools Mini Arts and Humanities Grants: HECR 2014 Request for Proposals

The Higher Education Cultural Roundtable (HECR) is soliciting proposals for grants to Tulsa-area schools to fund arts and humanities projects.

HECR, a consortium of Tulsa-area colleges and universities, will award "mini-grants" ranging from $50 to $250 to assist with schools' arts and humanities expenses including materials, equipment, supplies, guest lectures, artist fees and travel expenses to art events.

• Applications for the 2014 calendar year will be accepted through March 28, 2014.

Oklahoma Volunteerism Above Average

"Last year volunteers logged in an estimated 200,000 hours of service locally. At the estimated hourly rate of $18.28 in Oklahoma, that equates to more than $3.6 million in volunteer services, said Brenda Michael-Haggard, executive director of Volunteer Tulsa."

Read more about Oklahoma's exceptional volunteer stats in the Tulsa World article Volunteerism is lifeblood of community.

One Murder Too Many: Whitey Bulger And The Computer Tycoon

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One Murder Too Many: Whitey Bulger and the Computer Tycoon

Lecture and Book Signing with Co-Author: Laurence J. Yadon 

Saturday, February 1st

1:00 PM 

Tulsa Historical Society & Museum

2445 S. Peoria

Admission is FREE

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