OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City University's School of Law is moving its library into a historic building in downtown Oklahoma City.
More than 90,000 books and 22 cabinets of microfiche will begin making the move Thursday into the old Central High School building at 800 North Harvey. The move is part of the law school's transition into the historic building that has been completely renovated.
Among the items in the law library's collection are a collection of Native American documents, including tribal codes, constitutions, cases, and materials on tribal customs and practices. Current OCU President Robert Henry also donated all of his judicial papers from his tenure as chief judge of the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Denver.
Moving the library is expected to take about two weeks.
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