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Warsaw, North Carolina: Warsaw High School Tombstone

A lot of granite was used to create an etched replica to mark the site of the old Warsaw High School building, which closed in 1957.

Address:
309 Memorial Drive, Warsaw, NC
Directions:
North side of town, on the north side of NC-50/Memorial Drive, in front of the Community Center. Look for the flagpoles.
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Warsaw High School Tombstone.

Warsaw High School Memorial

Memorial for Warsaw High School 1924-1957.

[Elizabeth Meyer, 04/16/2024]

A lot of granite was used to create this etched replica of a long-gone building, fronted by a sweeping slab of personalized pavers.


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