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Property Name Colorado Sanitary Canning Factory
Reference Number 16000073
State Colorado
County Adams
Town Brighton
Street Address 224 North Main Street
Multiple Property Submission Name Ornamental Concrete Block Buildings in Colorado, 1900-1940
Status Listed 3/15/2016
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE, MILITARY
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/16000073.pdf
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The 1908 Colorado Sanitary Canning Factory is locally significant under Criterion A in the area of Military history for housing German prisoners of war during World War II in 1945. It is also locally significant under Criterion C in the area of Architecture as an example of local ornamental concrete block construction applied to an early twentieth century manufacturing building. The building meets the requirements for listing under the Multiple Property Documentation Form "Ornamental Concrete Block Buildings in Colorado, 1900-1940," under the associated property type Ornamental Concrete Block Commercial/Industrial Buildings.

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Ornamental Concrete Block Buildings in Colorado, 1900-1940 http://focus.nps.gov/NRHP/AssetDetail?assetID=7db7af7b-91e5-4b16-9516-7cc7521290a5

 

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