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March 07, 2014


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Tough one! The building is Oklahoma City's Page-Woodson School. It was known as Douglass Senior High School when Ralph Ellison graduated in 1932.

Alfred L. Brophy

As always, Owen, you got it. Very, very impressive on all points. This month is the 100th anniversary of Ellison's birth (or maybe it's 101 -- there's a dispute about whether he was born in 1913 or 1914.)

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