Tulsa Genealogical Society Library
The Tulsa Genealogical Society Library holds a number of genealogical resources. Open to the public, the library contains over 7,000 books, microfiche and microfilm, most of which are related to Tulsa County or Oklahoma. Tulsa County cemetery records, voter registration books and marriage records are available, the "Tulsa Daily World" (through 1914) is accessible on microfilm and the library contains many books detailing individual family histories, as well as city directories, yearbooks, oral histories and funeral home records. A number of census records are also housed in the Tulsa Genealogical Society Library, including the 1890 First Territorial Census of Oklahoma and the 1900 Oklahoma Territory Federal Census.
In addition to the regular library hours, arrangements can be made for special openings of the library for research groups or out-of-state visitors, and the library is Wi-Fi accessible. The Tulsa Genealogical Society meets at 7pm on the third Monday of the month from September through May (except December), and they hold a genealogy class at 6pm on those nights. Both the class and meeting are open to the public.