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Littleton Public Schools Administration Building (Littleton High School)

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Littleton High School
1920, Robert K. Fuller. 5776 S. Crocker St.

Breaking with the Beaux-Arts tradition, Robert Fuller incorporated zigzags, chevrons, and stylized floral ornament into this three-story, poly-chromatic brick building with terracotta eagles guarding the entry. In 1956 it became Grant Junior High School and has since been converted to the administrative headquarters of the Littleton Public Schools.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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