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Van Briggle Memorial Pottery Building

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  • Van Briggle Memorial Pottery Building

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    Built in 1907-8 as a showcase for the company's products, the Van Briggle Memorial Pottery Building incorporated thousands of tile and terra cotta elements designed by Anne Van Briggle.
    Van Briggle Memorial Pottery Building
  • Anne Van Briggle

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    After Artus Van Briggle's death in 1904, Anne Van Briggle took over their pottery company and led it for the next eight years. She oversaw the planning and construction of the company's new headquarters, which served as a memorial to her late husband.
    Anne Van Briggle
  • Workers at the Van Briggle Pottery

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    The Van Briggle Pottery featured giant kilns and smokestacks designed by engineer Frank Riddle to get better combustion with less smoke.
    Workers at the Van Briggle Pottery
  • Colorado College Facilities Services

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    Now home to Colorado College's Facilities Services department, the Van Briggle Memorial Pottery Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.
    Colorado College Facilities Services

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