Tulsa Genealogical Society Research Library moved to Northeastern State University’s Broken Arrow Campus

The Tulsa Genealogical Society Research Library has transferred its library holdings to Northeastern State University’s Broken Arrow campus, 3100 S New Orleans, Broken Arrow.

The new facility includes computers for online research and Wi-Fi for individuals who bring their personal laptops or tablets. It also offers a computer lab, which will be available for society classes and workshops.

Detail may be found on the society’s web site at http://www.tulsagenealogy.org/president.html.

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I’m very grateful for this article as I use this Library often when traveling to Oklahoma. They have excellent material and this library is a must for doing anything in eastern Oklahoma. I have gone to many Society’s and found them moved and then the hunt is on because they could have moved several times.

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    Jeff,
    The main Genealogy Library in Tulsa is at the Tulsa City-County Library, Hardesty Branch, at 8316 E 93rd Street (93rd and Memorial) on the 2nd floor. This is the library that used to be at 29th and Harvard.
    The TGS Library (formerly on 31st Street just west of Mingo) had to move and most of the collection is now at NSUBA.
    I believe the Oklahoma Historical Society will now have the Tulsa Courthouse records with plans to have them digitised.

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