October 18, 2012
The George Washington Carver School, Fulton's historically black grade school that sits off Westminster Avenue, will turn 75 this year. The building, which in later years served as an activity center and museum, has been closed and is in dire need of repair.
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The etching above the door still reads “George Washington Carver Grade School,” though if you peel apart the overgrown brush in front of the wood sign in the yard, you will see the building’s most recent title: “George Washington Carver Library, Museum and Memorial.”
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