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Location DB > United States > Tennessee > Memphis > E.H. Crump Stadium, Central High School
E.H. Crump Stadium, Central High School
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created by natxtron on 6/14/2006 10:05 PM
last modified by ChrisTVDir on 1/28/2019 10:58 PM
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This location has been labeled as Demolished, and therefore can be viewed by anyone.
the new stadium they put in its place is awful. i dont care if it's more modern, it's looks like they made it out of recycled aluminum cans.
 Basic Information
Type: Building, Outdoors
Status: Demolished
Accessibility: Easy
Recommendation: not very exciting
 Physical Information

Memphis, Tennessee
United States
Owner: Memphis City Schools
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  •  Hazards
  • unsafe flooring
  • water
  • hard hat area
  •  Interesting Features
    underground lockerooms (flooded)
     Security Measures
  • fences
  •  Historical Dates
    Built: 1934
    Closed: 2004
     Required Equipment
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  • head protection
  • long pants / sleeves
  • towelettes
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    Central High School was originally built in 1897 on Poplar Ave. and was re-built in 1911 at its current location near the medical district in downtown Memphis. In 1918, the school was closed for a month and used as a overflow hospital during the Influenza epidemic, and many teachers served as Red Cross nurses. In 1939, 20,000 dollars was spent to renovate and improve lighting, heating, and the auditorium, which includes a full stage, backstage, and system of catwalks.
    In February 0f 1937, during a great flood, 1100 cots were placed in the school and again, teachers and students became volunteers.
    In February of 1934, E.H. Crump Stadium was built on the east grounds of the remaining thirteen acres of the Central campus at a cost of 35,000 dollars. The stadium originally included three main stands with a capacity of 7500 and underground lockerooms for players on both teams. It was later expanded to seat 25,000. Since there were so few high school teams at the time in Memphis, college teams used the stadium as well. It was not until 1940 that African Americans were allowed access to the stadium.
    The stadium is named after the late E.H. "Boss" Crump, a former congressman and businessman in Memphis.
    The stadium was closed in 2004, and will be replaced by a new stadium.
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    construction of new stadium

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    my alma mater
    Wed, Jun 14th, 2006
    posted by natxtron
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    later that night
    Thu, Jun 15th, 2006
    posted by natxtron
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    Wed, Jun 21st, 2006
    posted by natxtron
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    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Steed on 1/30/2019 3:23 AM.

     Latest Changes
  • on Jan 30 19 at 3:23, Steed validated this location
  • on Jan 28 19 at 22:58, ChrisTVDir changed the following: Latitude, Co-ordinate Accuracy
  • on Jan 28 19 at 22:57, ChrisTVDir changed the following: Latitude, Longitude
  • on Feb 13 07 at 21:53, Emperor Wang validated this location
  • on Feb 13 07 at 8:00, natxtron changed the following: Status, Description
  • on Jul 28 06 at 21:51, Emperor Wang validated this location
  • on Jun 21 06 at 20:11, natxtron updated gallery picture tickets001.jpg
  • on Jun 21 06 at 20:09, natxtron updated gallery picture tickets003.jpg
  • on Jun 21 06 at 20:09, natxtron updated gallery picture tickets001.jpg
  • on Jun 21 06 at 20:08, natxtron added some pictures to a gallery
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