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Kelley Memorial Building

As part of St. Dunstan’s University, Kelley Memorial Building was built in 1963 and originally housed the campus library. It was named for Bishop Francis Clement Kelley, late bishop of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. He was the founder of the Catholic Church Extension in the United States, accomplished diplomat, noted author and lecturer, and generous donor to the library of his Alma Mater, St. Dunstan’s University.

Building Code: KMB
Building Number: 11
Architect: Alfred J. Hennessey
Year Built: 1963
Total Area: 31,654 ft2 (2,941 m2)
Structure: Structural steel, masonry
Primary Role/Purpose: Administrative, academic, research


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