Gravley Sign Comes Down

Gravley Sign Comes Down

After The Gravley Hardware Store closed its doors permanently in 1987, the sign continued to hang from the building as a piece of Carrollton History, up until this year. The original Gravley sign was constructed in 1924, making it nearly 100 years old. The sign was taken down after the historic building was purchased by the O’Hare Law Firm. Gary Gravley hopes to have the sign restored, or maybe even donate it to the city of Carrollton as a reminder of the historic building that once sat in the Downtown Carrollton Square.

photo courtesy of Gary Gravley


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