Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 20, Number 2, Fall, 2008 Page: 4 of 68
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Dallas was proud of its public schools, and several postcards featuring them were published. The
top card was already outdated when it was mailed in 1908, because the building labeled "Central
High School" had been torn down and was replaced that year by a new structure, shown on the
lower card as "Bryan High School." Better known today as "Crozier Tech," that building still
stands, boarded up, as its dedicated alumni battle to keep it from being demolished.
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