Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Campus 2: Photo 1
The campus was seriously overcrowded after the conclusion of World War II, when Norman had been a major training base for the Navy. That's how this building, surplus after the war, came to the campus in 1947. Originally a barracks on the Navy's North Base, it was dragged a couple of miles south and set up as the home of the Air Force ROTC unit. It's been there in that capacity ever since, which makes it one of the least changed buildings on campus, ironic for a building never designed as anything other than temporary.
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