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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and constructed in 1925 for the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Casa Blanca is one of the best examples of Spanish mission revival style architecture in Norman.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designed by noted local architect Harold Gimeno, the Beta Theta Pi house is an outstanding example of the Italian renaissance revival style.
Completed in 1929, Bizzell Library is an elaborate Collegiate Gothic Building and is a National Historical Landmark of the Untied States.
The most recognizable Norman residence is the Boyd House, also known as the President's House and the "OU White House."
The Chautauqua (and Miller) Historic Districts are made up of approximately 150 historical homes each built between 1910 and 1938, with the majority of the development occurring in the 1920's.
City of Norman Municipal Complex houses city officials and hosts city council meetings and other sessions.
Houses various Community Services agencies.
Downtown Norman provides you with a historical walk through the beautifully landscaped and paved Legacy Trail, with sculptures and other historical points of interest.
Located within the Bizzell Library, this collection contains some of the original works by Galileo and the first book on agriculture in Europe printed with moveable type dating back to 1467.
One of two houses designed by Bruce Goff in Norman.