Oklahoma Library Legends
Carnegie, Andrew Foundation
Delphian Clubs and Societies
Ferguson, Milton J.
Ferguson, Mrs. Thomas B. (Eva Shartel)
Frasier, Sally Freeman
Friends of Libraries groups around Oklahoma
Friends of Libraries in Oklahoma (FOLIO)
Friends of Tulsa City-County Library
Funk, Mrs. Trimmier Sloan
Gates, Bill & Melinda Foundation
Hardesty, Roger & Donna
Henke, Esther Mae
Johnson, Edward R.
Lowry, William (Bill)
Maddox, Eugenia (Frances)
Marable, Mary Hays
Martin, Allie Beth
Masters, Anne Rounds
McGlenn, Alma Reid
Morgan, Anne Hodges
Motter, Robert T., Jr.
Motter, Robert T., Sr.
Norberg, Lillian Born
Parker, Mrs. J.C.
Phelps, Edith Allen
Phillips, John & Vicki
Porter, Cora Case
Ratliff, Julia Brady
Ray, Dee Ann
Robbins, Louise S.
Rouse, Roscoe and Charlie Lou
Segal, Bob & Pat
Thompson, Clinton M. Jr. (Marty)
Townsend, Mrs. Hosea
Troy, Forrest (Frosty)
Wentroth, Mary Ann
Women's Federated Clubs
Women's Clubs of Oklahoma
Zarrow, Henry & Anne
well-known community volunteer in Tulsa, Sally Frasier has served more than 20 years on the Tulsa
City-County Library Commission. She took an active role right from the start, and served as chair
of most of its committees, and Chair of the Commission 1992-94. Sally was also appointed to the Urban
Libraries Council Executive Board, on which she served from 1990 to 1999. She was Secretary for 3
years and Legislative Committee chair for 4 of those years.
In addition, Mrs. Frasier was invited to join the University of Oklahoma Advisory Board to the
School of Library and Information Studies from 1995 to 1999, and served on the
American Library Association Task Force to Revise the Library Services and Construction Act 1995-1997. In 1994 she was awarded OLA’s Citizen’s Recognition Award, and was recognized in 1996
as one of ALA’s Legislative Grass Roots Library Champions. She was inducted into the Tulsa
Library System’s Hall of Fame in 1997 and
won an ALA-ALTA Citizen Advocacy Award in 2000.
Throughout her years of involvement with libraries, Sally worked most diligently in the area of
legislative changes. She visited Oklahoma state legislators on behalf of libraries for many years,
and has done the same with Oklahoma’s Washington legislators. She has been an effective advocate
for libraries across the nation, but especially in Oklahoma.