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shavethewhales
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« on: July 28, 2022, 08:38:23 am »

https://www.newson6.com/story/62e26041027ff9072740b44b/earlymorning-fire-destroys-building-near-downtown-tulsa-

A historic building next door to the Irving School burned down this morning, which made me think of how much longer the historic school has left. It has been crumbling for decades sadly. The Blue Sky Supply company uses the campus for it's storage, but has never taken care of the buildings. This side of town needs a lift, and this building is stunning. I wonder what it would take to get them to at least fix up the main building?

https://www.tulsapeople.com/tulsa-people/march-2019/the-story-of-an-111-year-old-schoolhouse/article_e1c130b4-b1ae-5ca1-bf35-2aa7e674e6af.html
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