Re: 100 year old floor - Help!
With no ill will intended, I have to disagree with my more easterly located brethren. Here on the west coast, 1/4" oak strip flooring is quite common in 1940's - 1960's homes. Whether there is a market for your salvaged flooring I cannot speculate.
An option may be to contact local woodworking supply shops (tool and materials dealers ) for either flooring shops that specialize in flooring of this nature OR for local woodworking groups that could turn your salvaged floor into any number of things, from toys to disadvantages kids (Toys for Tots via the Salvation Army to name one ) to intartia, inlays, and any number of marketry (fine miniature woodcraft ) items.
Good luck in finding a new home for your flooring. Kudo's in "reduce, reuse, and recycle".
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