Ohio district preserves its history in archive room

An Ohio school district has created a type of "presidential library" in one of its schools, where high-school yearbooks, pictures, copies of the school newspaper, records of past classes and other information detailing the district's history will be housed. Materials will be available to the public. "We want to be where people do research or take a walk through Marion City Schools history," district spokeswoman Becky Gilliam said.

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