118 E. Fourth Street,
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Architects: Fred W. Elliot
An unusually elegant (especially for this reknown pottery-manufacturing town) theater. It was originally opened on November 21, 1904 for live legitimate productions and by 1926 had converted to cinema. The name, of course, derived from what the town was/is famous. The interior had brocade-covered walls, gold leaf detailing and carved architectural elements. Definitely worth looking into.
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