Archives and Records

Archives.OK.GovOklahoma State Archives and the Records Management combined have accessioned and processed more than 65,000 cubic feet of records reflecting approximately 5,000 series. These materials include records of most state agencies and constitutional officers, vividly reflecting the history of Oklahoma State government.

The State Archives preserves the permanent records of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of Oklahoma state government.  From territorial days forward, subject matter touches a wide variety of political, economic, social and worldly issues. For the researcher it is an opportunity to examine primary administrative materials and acquire knowledge regarding the trials and triumphs of Oklahoma State government.

Among the records of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches on deposit at the State Archives and Records Center are:

 


For these archives and historical records, check out the online digital collection: Oklahoma Digital Prairie and Archives.OK.Gov.

Digital Prairie Collection link


If you have questions, please contact the Archives or State Records Division.

 

 


  • Outdoor Oklahoma, Volume 22, Number 1, January 1966
    Official monthly newsletter of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation dedicated to the conservation of Oklahoma natural resources and to the continued benefits of wildlife and fisheries for hunters, fishermen, trappers and others of this and future generations who value the opportunities of outdoor recreation.
  • Oklahoma game and fish news, Volume 1, Number 1, January 1945
    Official monthly newsletter of the Oklahoma State Game and Fish Commission published in the interest of Oklahoma hunters, fishermen, trappers, naturalists, and wildlife conservationists.
  • Oklahoma wildlife, Volume 21, Number 1, January 1965
    Official monthly newsletter of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation dedicated to the conservation of Oklahoma natural resources and to the continued benefits of wildlife and fisheries for hunters, fishermen, trappers and others of this and future generations who value the opportunities of outdoor recreation.
  • State general and tuberculosis hospitals in Oklahoma : a preliminary study of present facilities and conditions
    This report is the fifth in a series on State public institutions in Oklahoma, which was initiated by the Oklahoma State Planning Board in 1935. This report was prepared with the assistance of three Works Progress Administration projects: W.P.A. Project No. 65-65-434 provided field surveys of the physical properties; W.P.A. Federal Project No. 3, O.P. […]
  • Annual Report of the Department of Charities and Corrections, 1955
    Annual report of the Department of Charities and Corrections submitted by Buck Cook, Commissioner of Charities and Corrections, to Raymond Gary, Governor of Oklahoma, for the year ending June 30, 1955.