Bartlesville Newspaper Index: The Local and Family History Staff has been indexing the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise newspaper since 2000. Newspapers are archived on microfilm and are available in the LFH Room.
We have an excellent collection of resources for this kind of research. Local files include Bartlesville-Area newspapers on microfilm back to the 1800’s and an extensive obituary file. We also offer occasional genealogy classes. Contact the LFH department for details at 338-4167.
Obituary Lookups: At no charge to out-of-town patrons, LFH Library staff will search for up to 3 obituaries or conduct one hour of lookup time per patron. Obituary lookups are limited to only those who are believed to have lived in/and or died in Washington County, Oklahoma. There is a charge of $2.00 per page for copies of successfully located obituaries. These will be sent to requestors in self-addressed, stamped envelopes sent to LFH at 600 S. Johnstone, Bartlesville, OK 74003 or as attachment e-mails to the patron’s e-mail address. Copies will not be mailed or sent as attachment e-mail files until payment is received. LFH accepts cash, checks or money orders made to Bartlesville Public Library. Due to limited staff time, this is a one time service. If additional research is required or requested, LFH Staff will be happy to provide names and contact information for area researchers who have indicated a willingness to provide further assistance. Terms of their services are negotiated directly with the researcher.
Mausoleum Stories at White Rose Cemetery
White Rose Cemetery presents the annual Mausoleum Stories,
written and directed by Marilyn Johnson.
Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchase for $10 each
at Bartlesville Public Library only.
These are limited tickets, so buy yours today!
Thursday October 25th at 7PM
Friday October 26th at 7PM
Saturday October 27th at 2PM
Labor Day Closing!
Although the BPL building is closed
for the holiday weekend,
remember all of our
virtual services are always available!
Don’t forgot, even though the BPL building is closed this weekend, we still have tons of online and virtual services including OverDrive through the Oklahoma Virtual Library!
Enjoy your holiday!