The Oklahoma State Archives and ODL's Records Management Service 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:
- Historical Records
- Official papers of the Governor's office
- House and Senate bills, joint resolutions and concurrent resolutions
- Supreme Court case files
- Territorial survey records and public land survey corner monument filings
If you have questions, please contact the Archives or State Records Office.