Both below offer check-out programs for records, videos, art, magazines, tapes and news-papers, and they provide references guides for business, science, social studies, etc. The libraries also sponsor Internet access, traveling exhibits, discussions and children's programs.
Ardmore Public Library , 320 E NW, (580) 223-8290.
Chickasaw Public Library, 601 Railway Express, (580) 223-3164. The Chickasaw Library System is the resource for inter-loaned services for public library services.
Ardmore Higher Education Center Library, 611 Veterans Boulevard, (580) 220-2855, is also open to the public. Designed to support the Center's educational program, the library offers computerized access to national research and academic libraries, academic networks and specialized collections in business and education.
Genealogical Library (housed within the Greater Southwest Historical Museum) is located at 35 Sunset Drive, (580) 226-3857.
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. One of the nation's leading agricultural research organizations with public seminars, owner cooperator programs and research libary paralled by few. (580-223-5810.