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Ardmore Public Library

The Ardmore Public Library is a municipal department of the City of Ardmore, making it a unique repository of vital information for the citizens of Ardmore. Current Director Daniel Gibbs has worked at the library since 1995 and has served as Director since 2004. The Ardmore Public Library serves as the hub of the community, providing information, access, and a destination for all the citizens of Ardmore and Carter County. From a past rich in history to a future full of promise, the Ardmore Public Library stands ready to begin its second century.

Joined: March 2020.

Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center

The Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center is a unique and nonpartisan institution that strengthens representative democracy through scholarship, learning, and service.

Joined: May 2021.

Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

The museum is a property of the Oklahoma Historical Society. The mission of the Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of the Cherokee Outlet. he museum complex sits on five acres and consists of four buildings: the museum, a blacksmith shop, a large implement building, and an original one-room schoolhouse.

Joined: April 2021.

The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, a property of the Oklahoma Historical Society, tells the story of the largest land run in American history. Its archives house a varied collection of historical material—including numerous eyewitness pioneer accounts, oral histories, original manuscripts, books, and more than 20,000 original and reproduced photographs.

Joined: February 2020.

Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

The Keystone Crossroads Historical Society (KCHS) was founded in 1975 to preserve the area’s local history that was impacted by the development of the Keystone Reservoir.

Joined: June 2022.

Museum of the Western Prairie

Established in 1974, the Museum of the Western Prairie reopened in 2011 following an extensive renovation. A property of the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Museum tells the story of the settlement of Southwest Oklahoma, concentrating on the decades from 1880 to 1920 spanning, in part, the Territorial Era and the Early Statehood Era. The collections housed in the 8,000 square foot facility include approximately 35,000 artifacts, 14,000 photographs, and 11,000 resource materials along with a reference library of 2,000 books and family history files.

Joined: April 2021.

National Archives and Records Administration

Congress established the National Archives in 1934 to preserve and care for the records of the U.S. Government. Previously, federal records were kept in various basements, attics, abandoned buildings, and other storage places with little security or concern for storage conditions. In 1935, Archives staff and WPA workers began to survey federal records and the next year the first batch of federal records were transferred to the new National Archives Building in Washington, DC.

Joined: March 2022.

Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

The Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society (OCHS) was organized and became a functioning organization in 2018. Partnerships were formalized with the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts (OACD), the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Oklahoma State University Oral History Research Program and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

Joined: February 2020.

Oklahoma Historical Society

The mission of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is to collect, preserve, and share the history and culture of the state of Oklahoma and its people. The OHS was founded on May 27, 1893, by members of the Territorial Press Association.

Joined: May 2009.

Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

The Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum is home to many exhibits of the Oklahoma Fire Service, artifacts from the London Fire Brigade, a dozen restored fire trucks - with the oldest dating from the very early 1900’s, and artifacts from the 18th Century through the 20th Century.

Joined: May 2022.

Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar

The Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar is housed in the 1928 building that originally was the First Church of Christ, Scientist. The Stillwater Arts and Humanities Council purchased this building with funding assistance from Leonard and Molly Sheerar in the early 1970s, and the Sheerar Cultural and Heritage Center was formed. On the lower level of the two-story building, the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History opened in 1974. The mission of the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar is to collect the material culture of our community, preserve these materials, make them available for study, and share them through all effective means.

Joined: January 2022.

Three Rivers Museum

The Three Rivers Museum of Muskogee was established in 1989 as the dream of local historian Dorothy Ball, who was the chairman of the Muskogee Historic Preservation Commission. The museum was created to provide a location to collect, preserve, research, interpret and exhibit artifacts that illustrate the history and heritage of the Three Rivers area of Eastern Oklahoma. The Three Rivers area includes: Muskogee, Wagoner, Cherokee, McIntosh, Okmulgee, Haskell, Southern Mayes and Western Sequoyah Counties.

Joined: April 2021.

UNT Libraries

The UNT Libraries serve the university and community by providing access to physical and online collections, fostering information literacy, supporting academic research, and much, much more.

Joined: March 2009.
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