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Sapulpa Historical Society, Inc.

P. O. Box 278, Sapulpa, OK 74067
100 E. Lee, Sapulpa, OK 74066
918-224-4871


Monday - Thursday 10:00 am to 3:00 p.m. 
Wednesday - closed during noon hour 
Doris R. Yocham,  President
email: doris.yocham@juno.com


A wealth of information is housed in the museum, a few items being...

  • old telephone books
  • old city directories c1907 to 2000
  • many many old school photos and yearbooks
  • Sapulpa Herald on microfilm (obits)

Books available for sale at the Sapulpa Historical Society:

Picturing Our Heritage
printed for the Centennial 
~1898-1998
$20.00
Sapulpa, OK 74066 Vol. I
(train wreck pictures)
40.00
Sapulpa, OK 74066 Vol. II 40.00
Virginia Wolfe Book I 25.00
Virginia Wolfe Book II 25.00
 

Send orders Sapulpa Historical Society, P. O. Box 278, Sapulpa, OK 74067 and include $3.00 per book for postage and handling.


Sapulpa Historical Society Museum is an independent museum receiving no city, county, state or federal monies.

The building located on Lee Street was once a hotel and the third floor housed the Business College from 1921-1925. The college moved east of there for a number of years before closing. From 1930-1960's it was the YWCA which housed young ladies on the second floor. Various businesses have occupied the first floor. 

Many nostalgic artifacts are available for viewing which features the history and heritage of Sapulpa and the surrounding area of Creek County. Exhibits include Glenpool Oil Field, Frisco Railroad, Creek and Yuchi Indians, Brick Glass & Pottery Industries, 1890s Kitchen, Country Store and War Room.

You found this information at http://www.rootsweb.com /~okcreek/sapulpahist.htm

Updated: 19 Nov 2008
Marti Graham, County Coordinator & Webmaster

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