In 2017, the Oklahoma City Public School Board voted to designate this building, formerly the administration building, as surplus property. This 97-year-old building in the
2016 marks the 81st anniversary of the Works Progress Administration legislation and today, many of the structures constructed during this time have fallen into disrepair.
2015 marks the 80th anniversary of the Works Progress Administration legislation and today, many of the structures constructed during this time have fallen into disrepair.
In the early part of the 20th century, there were few public structures available for the education of African-American citizens. The Julius Rosenwald Fund was
Designed by architect Walter T. Vahlberg, the Pocasset Gymnasium was constructed from local materials and completed in 1941. The gymnasium soon became a critical part
While visiting Alva this week, we had the opportunity to tour NWOSU’s campus. Featured on our 2012 Most Endangered Places list, Science Hall/Fall Arts Building/Ryerson
The first African American educational institution in Oklahoma City, Douglass High School occupied several locales before moving into the old Lowell School, where numerous community