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This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)

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While contractors were working at Emerson High School in Oklahoma City they discovered some chalkboards that had been untouched for almost a hundred years. The city is now trying to find a way to preserve the chalkboards as they are an important part of the school's history.

1 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


2 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


3 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


4 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


5 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)



6 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


7 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


8 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


9 This Oklahoma City High School Discovered 100 Year Old Chalkboard Drawings (9 pics)


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№1 Author: LewisJones (15 Jun 2015 15:34) Total user comments: 2181


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what the hell was taught in that classroom?
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№2 Author: Tomaz86 (15 Jun 2015 15:59) Total user comments: 10832


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Seems cool.
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№3 Author: Phynix4 (15 Jun 2015 16:48) Total user comments: 5461


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preserving would be technically easy, but I dont see anything really that historical about saving...
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