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Oklahoma Memories

Oklahoma Memories is a collection of the Oklahoma resources the Metropolitan Library System has developed which include the Oklahoma Folklore collection, Oklahoma Images, Oklahoma Image Videos, and Oklahoma Moments videos. These stories, videos, songs, pictures, essays, people and events make Oklahoma history unique. Take a moment to view our collection and make some Oklahoma Memories of your own.

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Oklahoma County Building Index

An index of photographs of buildings erected in Oklahoma County from it earliest days to the present. This index does not contain the photos themselves but instead indicates where the photos can be found.

Oklahoma Folklore Collection

A collection of the stories, songs, letters, interviews, poems, sheet music, brochures, and much more that make up Oklahoma's rich folk tradition. Along with the transcribed documents, you will find a scanned image of the original document.

Oklahoma Folklore Collection

A collection of pictures and essays that illustrate the history of Central Oklahoma. You will find photographs, art works, primary source materials, and essays that tell the story of the people who have called Oklahoma home.

Oklahoma Videos

Watch videos about Oklahoma's rich history as told by local historian Bob Burke and former governor George Nigh.
 

Access full-text archives of The Oklahoman newspaper, exclusive of paid advertisements, from 1981-present.

Take practice tests for obtaining a driving permit, a motorcycle license or a commercial driver's license (CDL) in Oklahoma, get access the official driver's manual for each license, and search an FAQ with answers to over 100 questions about an Oklahoma driver's license.

Provides full-text access to dozens of newspapers across Oklahoma.

This database contains full-color, digital copies of The Oklahoman newspaper, including today's edition. Search the entire archives of The Oklahoman or search individual issues. You can browse the newspapers by date or search by keyword across articles, advertisements and photo captions.

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