Albany history disassembled for class work
A part of Albany history is being disassembled to aid students in their class work.
Officials with the Griggs building in Downtown Albany, also known as the Downtown Courthouse, are dismantling furniture in the old third floor court room.
All items will be donated to Albany Tech in order for students to use in mock trials.
The courthouse was built back in 1910 and furnishings were added shortly thereafter.