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TULSA IN THE 20s: A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT

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Like other American cities, Tulsa enjoyed economic growth and prosperity in the 1920s. Our city was the center of the oil and gas industry, and some of Tulsa’s finest buildings and the nation’s finest art deco buildings were constructed. It was also a period marked by interracial tension, and in 1921, one of the most violent race riots in American history occurred in Tulsa. In conjunction with this year’s One Book, One Tulsa program featuring F.

Research Redesign--Take Our Survey!

The Research Center of the Tulsa City-County Library has embarked on a project to develop the services of this department to better meet the needs of our community. 

Today we ask for your participation via this survey so that we might gain a better understanding of your needs and/or those of your organization, clients and customers. 
 

For this project, the library is using a design process for creating positive social change in the Tulsa community called Human Centered Design. 

Research Redesign--Take Our Survey!

The Research Center of the Tulsa City-County Library has embarked on a project to develop the services of this department to better meet the needs of our community. 

Today we ask for your participation via this survey so that we might gain a better understanding of your needs and/or those of your organization, clients and customers. 
 

For this project, the library is using a design process for creating positive social change in the Tulsa community called Human Centered Design. 

July Nonprofit Webinar Roundup

Every month the Nonprofit Resource Center compiles a list of free, upcoming webinars on nonprofit topics from around the web.

Find free webinars year round with the Nonprofit Resource Center's training guide.

 

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Hidden Gems: Tech Donations for Faith-Based Organizations

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Start Time: 1:00 PM

 

Popular Gel Bracelets for Sale

You can now purchase a cool "Libraries Change Lives" gel bracelet at every library location for just $1, and help fund the renovation of the Central Library.

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