Oklahoma Archives and Records Commission

 

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The Archives and Records Commission is a five member statutory board created in 1947 (67 O.S., Section 305). With certain exceptions, it has the sole, entire and exclusive authority for the disposition of all public records and archives of state officers, departments, boards, commissions, agencies, and institutions.

In most cases, by law, records created or received in the transaction of official business cannot be destroyed by a state agency without prior authorization from the Commission.

The Commission normally meets in January, April, July, and October to consider requests for records disposition from state agencies and to conduct other business.

Contact Jan Davis to discuss placing items on the agenda for the meetings of the Commission.

Special or emergency meetings of the Commission may be called by the Chairman at the request of any member. Staff for the Commission is provided by the ODL Archives and Records Management Division.

Archives and Records Commission Rules and Regulations


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Members of the
Oklahoma Archives and Records Commission

  • Nicole Willard, Chair
    Appointed by the Governor
  • Melody Kellogg, Vice-Chair and Secretary
    Director, Oklahoma Department of Libraries
  • The Honorable Matt Pinnell
    Lieutenant Governor
  • Randy McDaniel
    State Treasurer
  • Cindy Byrd
    State Auditor and Inspector

  • Oklahoma wildlife, Volume 15, Number 1, January 1959
    Official monthly magazine 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 wildlife, Volume 15, Number 12, December 1959
    Official monthly magazine 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 wildlife, Volume 15, Number 4, July-August 1959
    Official monthly magazine 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 wildlife, Volume 15, Number 9, September 1959
    Official monthly magazine 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 wildlife, Volume 15, Number 10, October 1959
    Official monthly magazine 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.