Tulsa Area History

Tulsa: A New Home

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Tulsa City-County Library and the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art are pleased to announce the exhibition Tulsa: A New Home, which opens June 1st at the Hardesty Regional Library. Tulsa: A New Home celebrates early Jewish immigrants to Tulsa and their impact on the broader community.

New In The Digital Collections: March 2015 Update

J. W. Megee

 

 

In March 2015, TCCL uploaded 222 items into the Digital Collections. There are now approximately 31,689 items in the Digital Collections.

Additions include:

New In The Digital Collections: Miss Jackson's Vertical File

The content of the Library's Miss Jackson's vertical file is now available online.  Miss Nelle Shields Jackson founded one of Tulsa's most fashionable women's shops in 1910. 

New In The Digital Collection: Vandevers Department Store Vertical File

The content of the Library's Vandevers vertical file is now available online.  The Vandevers Department Store was built in 1924 and was located at 16 E. 5th St.

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: Renberg's Vertical File

The content of the Library's Renberg's vertical file is now available online.  According to a Tulsa Tribune article, Renberg's was founded in 1913 by Sam Renberg, who had immigrated in 1899 to the United States as a 14-year-old boy fro

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