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Photo courtesy Plant City Photo Archives and History Center.

Still Standing, Still Empty: An inside look at Historic Turkey Creek High School

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

Photo courtesy Plant City Photo Archives and History Center.

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“It would take a lot of money. I would like to see it used like a community center.” — Rosina Bodden, teacher

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

“It would take a lot of money. I would like to see it used like a community center.” — Rosina Bodden, teacher

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“I’d like to see it used as something like the 1914 building.” — Sandee Sytsma, alumna

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

“I’d like to see it used as something like the 1914 building.” — Sandee Sytsma, alumna

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“It’s a school site. It could also be a library or a space for the archives.” — Ludo Van Den Bogaert, alumnus

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

“It’s a school site. It could also be a library or a space for the archives.” — Ludo Van Den Bogaert, alumnus

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“I’d like to see space for a meeting room and offices of some type. Those are the things that would be ideal for me.” — Willeva Van Den Bogaert, alumna

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

“I’d like to see space for a meeting room and offices of some type. Those are the things that would be ideal for me.” — Willeva Van Den Bogaert, alumna

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“It’s not set up for large volume traffic or a modern classroom. But it could be a small library or used as an archive.” — Mike Rimoldi, Hillsborough County building inspector

Friday, Jun. 10, 2016 |

“It’s not set up for large volume traffic or a modern classroom. But it could be a small library or used as an archive.” — Mike Rimoldi, Hillsborough County building inspector

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