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All Apologies by Rebecca Howard

Jonathan Dee is one of those rare authors who can effortlessly combine an engrossing, page-turning pace together with thoughtful, nuanced insight into his characters.  It’s no exaggeration to say that I voraciously devoured his most recent novel, A Thousand Pardons.  Dee is also insanely skillful at writing about timely issues and

Lawyer in the Library

Tulsa County Bar Association

Tuesday, April 23 is Lawyer in the Library Day. Hosted by the Tulsa County Bar Association, this day allows those in need of legal assisitance the opportunity to discuss their case or legal issues with a local attorney, free of charge.

Assistance is available at the following locations, during the following times:

It's Earth Day!!

celebrate earth day

Today is Earth Day and though this librarian thinks that small (or large) efforts can be made daily to celebrate our lovely planet and to make it more hospitable for generations to come, I am glad that we have at least one day to raise awareness of these efforts.

Local History FAQ: When Was The Medical Arts Building Demolished?

medical arts building

Both the Medical Arts Building, on the southwest corner of 6th and Boulder, and the Bethlehem Building, on the northwest corner of 2nd and Boston, came down on Sunday, July 12th, 1970. The 1970-07-13 Tulsa Tribune article called the demolition a "double-header."

New In The Digital Collections

junior league of tulsa oral histories

In the late 70s and early 80s, the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) conducted over sixty oral history interviews with Tulsans who were influential in our community’s development, who had knowledge of specific neighborhoods, buildings, or industry, or who were witness to Tulsa eras and events. JLT donated the histories to the library, and they were later converted from audio cassette to a digital format.

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