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.

The Ardmore Public Library features wireless Internet access, public meeting rooms, public access computers, electronic databases, study rooms, a large periodical collection, large print, local genealogy, audio books, DVDs, eBooks, eAudio, videogames, the Daily Ardmoreite on microfilm, programs for children, teens and adults and over 80,000 titles to choose from. Two unique collections, the Mac McGalliard History Collection and the Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Collection were chosen as Oklahoma Centennial Projects in 2007.

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320 E St SE, Ardmore, OK 73401

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Ardmore Public Library, partner contributing to The Gateway to Oklahoma History. University of North Texas Libraries. accessed April 24, 2024.

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