Oklahoma Digital Collections

 

  • The Cyrus Avery Collection. Oklahoma State University – Tulsa Library
  • Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The Route 66 portion of the website has photos, a listing of the movement and relocation of the roadways from the 1920s through the 1980s, and maps.
  • Michael Wallis Audio Collection. Oklahoma State University – Tulsa Library
  • T. Lindsay Baker Collection. Oklahoma Historical Society, Research Archives
  • Ghost Town Press. Photos, publications, and information about Route 66 in Oklahoma as well as other states.
  • Route 66 Museum Collection. Oklahoma Historical Society
  • Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center. Route 66 holdings.
  • T Lindsay Baker Collection- Collection of Photographs of Route 66 Signage in Oklahoma
  • Digital Prairie. Online digital repository created by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. As the official state archive, ODL is the repository of Governor’s papers, state publications and all Oklahoma state agencies. There are maps, collections, photographs, and state publications that have been digitized and made available to the public.
  • Gateway to Oklahoma History. Features all the pre-1923 newspapers in the Oklahoma Historical Society newspaper archives as well at the photos from the Oklahoma Publishing Company Collection (OPUBCO) otherwise known as the photo morgue from the Daily Oklahoman. There are many photos from Route 66 in this collection.
  • Oklahoma Route 66 Association. This group dedicates themselves to the study of Route 66. They have photo galleries and links to other Route 66 resources.