A high school in Oklahoma City went under renovation, but instead of getting something new, they got something very, very old.
When contractors went to remove the old chalkboards from Emerson High School, they made a shocking discovery: underneath them laid another set of chalkboards – perfectly preserved and untouched in almost 100 years.
“We find a lot of hidden things, but rarely do we find kid’s work and teacher’s work and text like this on blackboards,” MAPS program coordinator, David Todd, told The Oklahoman. “We usually find broken pipes and wires and things that we have to work around.”
The markings on the chalkboard, which date back to 1917, range from handwriting lessons to a lesson about Pilgrims.Read More »from Haunting 100-year-old blackboard lessons uncovered at Oklahoma school