OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The post-World War I armory on the University of Oklahoma campus and some rural farmsteads are among 12 new Oklahoma locations being added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Oklahoma Historical Society officials announced the new additions to the list on Monday.
They include the OU Armory, built in 1919 to house its Reserve Officers Training Corps, or ROTC, program, the Vannerson Homestead near Erick in Beckham County and the John and Mary Fuksa Farm in Garfield County.
Others include four properties in Enid: the Robert and Minnie Kisner Mansion, Marshall Hall on the Northern Oklahoma College campus, the Public Library of Enid and Garfield County, and the Santa Fe Freight Depot.
Other properties are in Ponca City, Fairview, Foyil, Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
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