Oklahoma Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings (page 2)

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Victory Bible Institute [gone]
Tulsa, OK
The buildings of the Victory Bible Institute were designed by Jack W. Kelley and Tom Marshall and constructed between 1962-1963. They were originally used by T.L. Osborn Ministries and donated to VBI in 1994. The complex also contained the "World Museum" with strange objects and artifacts, the contents of which were sold in 1981. These buildings were demolished in 2009 for widening of I-44. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

Career Service Center
Tulsa, OK
The Career Service Center is part of Tulsa Tech's Lemley Campus. It was built around 1965. [map]

Northwest Classen High School
Oklahoma City, OK
Northwest Classen High School was built in 1957. It was designed by Hudgins, Thompson & Ball. [map]

F.D. Roosevelt Junior High School
Oklahoma City, OK
F.D. Roosevelt Junior High School was built in 1960. It was designed by Hudgins, Thompson & Ball. [map]

Oologah-Talala School District
Oologah, OK
The Oologah-Talala School District building appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. It houses the Elementary, Middle School, and High School. [map]

University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond, OK

Nigh University Center

Y Chapel of Song
The University of Central Oklahoma's Nigh University Center was built in 1965. The Y Chapel of Song was designed by Conner & Pojezny and built in 1949. For more, see this website. [map]

More Oklahoma Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings:
Phillips University: Eugene S. Briggs Auditorium (Enid) [map]
Fairview High School (Fairview)
Timberlake High School (Helena)
Poteau High School (Poteau)