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Etowah marble

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Etowah marble

Etowah marble, also called Georgia pink marble, is a marble with a characteristic pink, salmon, or rose color that comes from quarries near Tate, Georgia.

Notable buildings built with Etowah (also Ethowa) marble

  • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, 1923, Walker and Weeks, architects
  • Tate House, Tate, Georgia, 1924, Walker and Weeks, architects
  • College Hall (former home of Charles Edward Ringling and his wife, Edith), New College of Florida, 1925, Sarasota, Florida
  • Cook Hall (former home of Charles Edward Ringling's daughter, Hester Ringling Sanford), New College of Florida, Sarasota, Florida
  • Carillon, Bok Tower Gardens, 1927, Lake Wales, Florida
  • Joslyn Art Museum, John and Alan McDonald, architects, 1928, Omaha, Nebraska
  • References

    Etowah marble Wikipedia


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