(KFOR) — OKLAHOMA CITY — A piece of our history is etched in chalk. It’s a reminder that we were all school children once.
“Everybody at some point has gotten chalk dust on their hands, and can immediately identify very personally with those chalkboards,” Jeff Briley, with the Oklahoma History Center, said.
When this 100-year-old blackboard was first uncovered during construction work at Emerson High School, officials looked to historians for advice on how to preserve it.
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