Douglass Junior and Senior High School is a historic school building located at Huntington, Cabell County, West Virginia. Built in 1924, it was the segregation-era high school for African Americans in the city, and replaced the earlier Douglass school building which had been built in 1891, and was named after abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The school is a three-story building measuring 113 feet wide and 230 feet long. It is built of red brick, with terra cotta trim, and rests on a concrete foundation. It closed as a school in 1961, but continued to be used as a school for special education until 1981. After that it housed educational offices. It now serves as a community center.
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