"It's just a desktop calendar. It depicts the picture of the building, the name of the building and then the calendar," Huffman said. "And then on the back, you have a brief concise history of the building."
He said the company that created the calendar added what he called, "flairs of their own," including a shadowed version of the building as a background for the description of the history of the building.
"I am a product of the Portsmouth City Schools. I went to Wilson (Elementary), Grant (Middle School) and PHS (Portsmouth High School), and I'm starting my 26th year as a teacher," Huffman said. "I have just always had a knack for history and archival stuff. So when we passed our bond levy, the wheels were turning about the fear of losing some of our buildings