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Exhibits in 2002

Community High Schools of Yesteryear
Spring 2002
This "Board of Colors" represents by-gone High Schools of  Henry County.  From Left to Right,  The Black and Gold represents Central, Springville, and Buchanan High Schools.  Blue and White represents E.W. Grove High School.  Purple and Gold are Henry, Red and White Cottage Grove, and Dark Blue and Gold represents Puryear High School.
These old Football Programs are from E.W. Grove games form the 1950's and 1960's.
The case on the left houses Memorabilia from Central High School.  The Case on the right represents E.W. Grove.  The bridge in the middle shows the integration of the late 60's.


In the Line of Duty:
Henry Counties Heroes and Patriots

Fall 2002
City of Paris Police Department Memorabilia and photos of past Chiefs of Police. An Overview of
the the Exhibit.
Henry County Medical Center and the Rescue Squad.
Notice the Old Jaws-of-Life attached to the car door.


Rockin Around the Christmas Tree in the 1950'S
Winter 2002

Where can you see “I Love Lucy” reruns through a 1950 Philco television set? At the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center, of course! Remember Hula Hoops, Silly Putty, and Play Doh? How about Red Ryder BB Guns, Roy Rogers spurs, and Rin Tin Tin?

Paris-Henry County Heritage Center, PO Box 822, Paris, TN  38242