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State of the Union Action Items... the Library can Help

save the middle class

Last night was the State of the Union Address... it was President Barrack Obama's fifth State of the Union. A large focus of this year's speech was on the middle class -- " But what I offer tonight is a set of concrete, practical proposals to speed up growth, strengthen the middle class, and build new ladders of opportunity into the middle class."

Explore the past with the library's Daily Life through History and Pop Culture Universe databases!

Whether you're interested in the people of the 20th Century or 20 centuries ago, we've got you covered. The library has two databases that allow you to learn about the life, culture and events of the past. Daily Life through History is a comprehensive source for information from the beginning of recorded history to the present, while Pop Culture Universe focuses on the fads, trends, and news of the last hundred years.

I'd like to find out who owns a piece of property up the street from me. Can I access the County Land Records at the library?

Yes, the library does have access to the Tulsa County Land Records. Using these databases, you can look up residential and commercial properties by address, owner, subdivision, and more. You can also access the Land Records to find out information about your own property, such as square footage, year built, and tax details. If you are looking to buy a home, it's also a good resource to see if your potential new home has any existing liens before you buy.