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Cranford’s History For Sale
Own a (reproduced) piece of Cranford’s history! Before the Roosevelt School on Orange Avenue was demolished in 2010, members of HPAB found wonderful animal tiles covered with paint surrounding the kindergarten room. HPAB has reproduced six of the designs on 6X6 inch trivet tiles – a mountain goat, a bear, a rabbit, a parrot, a snail, and a donkey. Get yours at the Artist Framer at 17 North Avenue East . The price is $15 each, or $25 for 2. Proceeds from the sales will go to help fund Cranford HPAB projects such as a remake of the 1989 video “Tour Through Cranford’s Historic Architecture”, publishing self-guided walking tours of Cranford’s historic sites, and the potential placement of the Roosevelt School fireplace in the Community Center.
More About The Artist Framer
The Artist Framer carries frames in a wide variety of styles and textures. It also carries art from such artists as Linnea W. Rhodes, who does landscapes and more. It offers custom and do-it-yourself framing. The building, located directly across from the Cranford train station, is hard to miss because of its light purple walls accented with bright yellow trim.