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Luther Library

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About the Luther Library

The Luther Library is one of five extension libraries in the Metropolitan Library System. Once a part of the Kickapoo Reservation, the city of Luther first began as Garnettville, Oklahoma Territory in 1892. The name changed when railroad developer and prominent Oklahoma City industrialist C.G. Jones named the town Luther in honor of his son, Luther Jones. Luther's history is important to the community and to the Luther Library. With this in mind, the Luther Library maintains a collection of articles about the town of Luther, the early settlers, area cemeteries, and several photographs chronicling the town’s history. You can locate the Luther Library on NE 3rd Street along the railroad tracks in Luther, Oklahoma.

Book drop location: By the entrance.

Services: 
  • Public use computers with Internet access and printing capabilities
  • Free WiFi
  • Copy machine
  • Library staff who can provide assistance locating information, using print and electronic sources, and provide readers' advisory
  • Place and pick up interlibrary loan requests
  • Access to an electrical outlet outside the library (next to the bench) to plug in devices
  • Marked series books
  • Nintendo and Xbox
Collection: 
  • Fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages available as hardback or paperback books, magazines, newspapers, books on CD and music CDs, DVDs, Playaways, and more
  • Special collection of information on the City of Luther, including the town's history and naming
  • Inspirational fiction marked and separated from other fiction for easier access

Luther Library

310 NE 3rd Street
Luther, OK 73054
Phone: (405) 277-9967

Monday - Thursday 9:30am - 6 pm

Friday and Saturday 9am - 5 pm

Closed 12:30pm - 1pm