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Polychrome Historic District

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Built  1934 (1934)
Opened  1934
Architectural style  Art Deco
NRHP Reference #  96000900
Area  4,500 m²
Added to NRHP  29 August 1996
Polychrome Historic District
Location  9900 and 9904 Colesville Rd., 9919, 9923, and 9925 Sutherland Rd., Silver Spring, Maryland
Address  9900-9904 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20901, USA
Similar  Glen Echo Park - Maryland, Jolly Roger Amusement Park, Susquehanna State Park, Six Flags America, Trimper's Rides

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The Polychrome Historic District is a national historic district in the Four Corners neighborhood in Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland. It recognizes a group of five houses built by John Joseph Earley in 1934 and 1935. Earley used precast concrete panels with brightly colored aggregate to produce the polychrome effect, with Art Deco details. The two-inch-thick panels were attached to a conventional wood frame. Earley was interested in the use of mass-production techniques to produce small, inexpensive houses, paralleling Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian house concepts.

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Polychrome Historic District Wikipedia


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