FOLIO proudly sponsors OK Literary Site dedications.
Sites must be dedicated to a deceased literary figure, author, or his or her work.

Dedications before 2024 were originally sponsored by Literary Landmarks™, a national project of United for Libraries, a division of the American Library Association currently on hiatus.   http://www.ala.org/united/products_services/literarylandmarks


Robert J. Conley and the Cushing Public Library (2020), Cushing, OK.

Bill Wallace and the Centennial Kids Place Park (2020).  610 W. Texas Ave., Chickasha, OK

Dr. John Hope Franklin and the John Hope Center for Reconciliation (2018), Tulsa, OK.

Marquis James and the Enid Public Library (2016). Enid, OK

Harold Keith and the Norman Public Library (2015). Norman, OK

Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel and Stroud Public Library (2013). Stroud, OK

Wilson Rawls and the Tahlequah Public Library (2011). Tahlequah, OK

John Joseph Mathews and the Osage Tribal Museum (2009). Pawhuska, OK

Will Rogers and Will Rogers Memorial Museum (2007). Claremore, OK

Sequoyah and Sequoyah’s Cabin State Park (2006). Near Sallisaw, OK

John Berryman and McAlester Public Library (2005). McAlester, OK

Angie Debo (2004). Two sites: Oklahoma State University Library, Stillwater, and Marshall, Oklahoma.

Lynn Riggs and Territorial Claremore (2003). Plaque is at the Claremore Museum of History.

Ralph Ellison and the Ralph Ellison Library (2002). Oklahoma City.

Woody Guthrie and Okemah (2001). Plaque is downtown in Woody Guthrie Park.