Plaque From Historic Segregated McKinney School Returns to Texas From Canadian Antique Store

McKINNEY — No one knows how a 70-year-old bronze plaque bearing the names of former McKinney ISD school board members and the district's superintendent made its way to an antique shop in Canada. Maybe it was pulled from a pile of scrap metal and passed from thrift store to thrift store, someone guessed.Or divine intervention, chimed in another. And while the case of the traveling plaque remains a mystery, the sign — which identifies the John Fenet Auditorium at the formerly segregated E.S. Doty School in McKinney — is finally home after decades away.  Continue reading...

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