October 05, 2014 • Leave a Comment
I have been going through some of my old files and found these three takes of the monument to education that used to sit outside the old Board of Ed building on Main Street. I used to have a single image up which was the one on the left, and had forgotten that I walked around it to photograph is from each side. It's like I knew that the building was going to be torn down and the statue would disappear. Below the statue is an engraving that says that it was donated to the City of Hamilton by the Dutch Community in the Centennial Year of 1967. I have no idea where it resides now. It's sad how Hamilton's history disappears and nobody seems to care. I personally could not understand people who thought the old Board of Ed building was ugly. I thought it was lovely and took many pictures of it. I only with I had taken more.
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