Constructed in 1929 within the school grounds of University of Oklahoma, the Bizzell Memorial Library provides not only historical architecture but also an important event that transpired in the history of the country. Bizzell Library was the site of an important anti racial segregation case for a student who was not admitted solely on the basis of race.
Not only does it boast that important part of the history, it also houses a huge collection of books written by Charles Dickens and hand written documents by Galileo Galilei.
The Bizzell Library will remain as a landmark not only showing brilliant architecture but will also serve as a symbol of justice and impartiality. It?s a good destination for locals and tourists who want to be a part of a sad yet touching part of history.