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OSU Digital Collections - Photographs from the OSU Library

Tulsa City - County Library - Online collection that contains photographs from the TCCL African-American Resource Center

From Tragedy to Triumph: Race Massacre Survivor Stories - OU Libraries' Tulsa Race Massacre Exhibit

Primary Source Collections & Resources

Tulsa Race Massacre from the Oklahoma Dept. of Libraries - Documents and images from various Oklahoma state government agencies. The collection includes eye-witness testimony, letters, telegrams, police reports, and court cases.

Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 from the Edmon Low Library at Oklahoma State University. This Collection documents the history of the event through photographs that are all part of a rich archive of materials from the Ruth Sigler Avery Collection housed at the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Library.

Tulsa Historical Society has photographs, documents, audio files and other resources on this event.

Ruth Sigler Avery Collection from Oklahoma State University Tulsa - collection housed in the Special Collections and Archives in the OSU Tulsa Library

Tulsa Race Massacre: Topics in Chronicling America - A searchable digital collection of historic newspapers from the Library of Congress

Museum, Archives, & Newspaper Collections


A Report by the Oklahoma Commission to Study the Race Riot of 1921

Greenwood Cultural Center - Pictorial Exhibit - A selection of photographs and list of resources from the Greenwood Cultural Center

Back Dispatch - The Black Dispatch was a weekly African-American newspaper published in Oklahoma City