Tuscaloosa County High School Demolition

Tuscaloosa County Highschool Demolition

Such a sad day in the history of this school. The demolition started on November 18th and is set to be complete by January 5, 2011. The school has been there since 1927. It was one of the oldest existing school facilities in the state of Alabama. There are generations and generations of families that went to school here. Many historical societies tried to save it, but were unsucessful. We managed to get into the school before too many things were torn up or destroyed. We have beadboard from the walls and even some paneling that is in good condition. We are making picture frames, framed chalkboards, and mirrors with the chipping beadboard as the frame. What a wonderful piece of history to own from this school. I’m sure there are so many memories in each piece. The framed pieces will be priced according to size. This is a sample of what a frame might look like.

These will go quickly! Get your gift of the Tuscaloosa County Highschool history while you can! The paneling is 2x8ft with a wood grain facade and is selling for $95 a piece.

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